Four Wildecats get taste of life on losing out on side

Four Wildecats get taste of life on losing out on side

July 29, 1992By whilst gary Lambrecht

Such, That and one more:

It took throughout two years. But on wednesday night in the Big 33 Football Classic, Wilde Lake’s hockey team, Or at least a serious chunk of it, Finally found out how the partner lives.

Four players from Wilde Lake’s state great football team linebacker Brent Guyton, Lineman billy Easterly, Quarterback Phil White and defensive back Andre Martin endured a 38 0 thrashing by california, Which ended its eight year Maryland rivalry utilizing its sixth victory. It was the most lopsided score in the of the series.

"This is the first time I’ve lost in some time, The first time I’ve lost by this much in quite quite a while, And the beginer I’ve ever been this down during a game, Agreed Guyton, Who made five tackles and saved a second quarter landing.

The impression Pennsylvania left on Guyton is easy to understand. At some point, He has not been on the losing end of a football game since the final game of his sophomore season in the playoffs against Damascus(Montgomery state). Numerous, Coaches were touting Guyton as a player to watch out for future, Big time college thing to be considered.

Over the following two seasons, Wilde Lake took a roll. They won two sequential state titles with two straight 13 0 seasons, Where they outscored their opposition 837 114 and recorded 13 shutouts.

Guyton played a key role in that outcome, And reaped the savings for it. After being named the Sun’s All Metro Defensive Player of the season last fall, He is lead to UCLA on a full, Football scholarship grant.

Guyton’s three Big 33 teammates shared similar events. Processed, Still inconclusive about his college plans, Quarterbacked Wilde Lake for many years. Easterly, Who can play at Georgia Tech, Played in every some of those 26 victories. Martin, Who earned a fund to Maryland, Played a significant part in the Wildecats’ state title last fall.

But friday night, Wilde Lake’s fearsome foursome found on their own the same side of the score where so many of their high school opponents have been during the Wildecats’ memorable run.

Specific, A victory may well added a nice, Neat exclamation point to their your childhood years, But the Big 33 rout probably serves as a useful bridge between the old days and a reality.

Bryant, Each 6 foot, Senior forward at Mount Hebron and The Baltimore Sun’s reigning All Metro Player of the season, Underwent lasting surgery last week to repair the anterior cruciate she tore in her left knee while playing in a pickup game in Ocean City.

Bryant is doing five leg exercises a day to look after muscle strength. She is doing 300 leglifts a day and has begun comprehensive therapy, Including electric muscle excitement. Dreadful be rid of her crutches by next week.

"Things are proceeding as expected, Maybe a brief summary better than expected, Being spoken Russ Bryant, Kris’ father or mother.

Bryant will miss her online season, But hopes to earn a college basketball scholarship or grant.

Next week marks the first anniversary of possibilities ridiculous high school sports rules ever passed by the state that which prohibits people from bringing video cameras to high school games without permission from the host school.

Accorded, The rule has short effect in Howard County, Where coaches most times don’t care who videotapes their games. What’s advantageous is the rule supposedly was sparked partly by Wilde Lake’s football coaches, Who taped opponents aggressively everywhere over the state for scouting purposes. Some schools claimed that gave the Wildecats an unfair gain.

What the rule’s proponents are not aware is programs like Wilde Lake’s are blessed with assistants who don’t need cameras to get a good read on an opponent. Wilde Lake proved it yr after. Head coach Doug DuVall and his five staff estimate they traveled some 4,000 miles scouting teams in the more common manner, With the help of pen and clipboard.

The videotape rule certainly never hurts the Wildecats. Contrary, It hurts programs that lack Wilde Lake’s possessions. Many teams don’t have will likely determine coaches who can split up, Watch three of four opponents around the state concurrently and report back to the home base with detailed scouting reports.

Anyone can carry out a camera.

Subsequently, Glenelg move on Tanissa Dorsey, Who led the Gladiators the state match last winter and made The Baltimore Sun’s All Metro First Team, Has signed to play court at UMBC.

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