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2008 Game of the Week Crew
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Andrew Seger
Matt Volland
Roy Yanosh
Norman Hill

Thanks to all the crew for
volunteering their time to
cover Charles County sports.
This season marks the 5th
year of the Game of the Week
on Channel 96.
The Game of the Week Salutes Charles County's 2008-09 High School Champions
FOOTBALL -
SMAC Champions - North Point
At 7-1 the Eagles finished atop the conference along with Huntingtown and Patuxent to capture the school's
first football title.
Class 3A State Champions - Westlake
The Wolverines beat county-rival Lackey and state power Seneca Valley on their way to winning Charles
County's first state title since 1990.  The 13-0 victory over Wilde Lake brought SMAC it's first championship
since Calvert won in 2000.
BOYS' SOCCER -
3A South Region Champions - La Plata
12-7 overall, 7-5  in SMAC The Warriors won  their first regional championship since 2000, beating top-seeded
Northern 3-0. La Plata lost to Fallston, 1-0, in the state semifinals.
SOFTBALL -
2A State Champions - McDonough
Melanie Mitchell's 19 strikeouts tied the record for a state tournament game and Jasmine Hairston's second
inning RBI single provided all the runs McDonough (19-0) would need as the Rams blanked the Landsdowne
Vikings, 4-0. The win was the team's fifth state softball championship and first since 1998.  2009 marks the
seventh time two SMAC teams have won state titles in the same year as Northern beat Franklin 4-0 in 3A
championship game. SMAC teams have now captured a state title in 15 of the last 18 years.
GOLF -
Class 2A /1A State Champions - North Point
The SMAC champion Eagles dominated the event besting Glenelg by 36 strokes, 659 to 695, winning the
conference's first state title since McDonough in 2001.  McKenzie Cutter finished fourth overall in the girls'
competition.  La Plata's Jay Dove had the second best boys' total.  Cutter won the 18-hole Girls' Golf Challenge
by five strokes while teammate Karen Eaton won the 9-hole Challenge by two.
TENNIS -
SMAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions, Region IV Tournament Champs - La Plata
The Warriors followed up an undefeated regular season with the SMAC and Region IV tournament titles.  La
Plata's Aaron Gomez won the boys' singles and Anna Wells and Danira Lutui prevailed in girls' doubles in both
post season tournaments.  The region title was the Warriors' first in five years.  Gomez  was the SMAC's best
finisher in the state tournament, advancing to the semifinals where he lost in three sets.
TRACK AND FIELD - INDOOR
SMAC Champions, Boys and Girls - North Point
3A State Boys' Champion - Westlake (WL 65 Atholton 49)
2A State Boys' Champion - North Point (NP 50 Baltimore Poly 41)
Individual Boys' State Champs
- Jonathon Harper (WL) - High Jump
- Devon Smith (WL) - 300 meter dash
- 4 x 200 Relay (WL)
- 4 x 200 Relay (NP)
- Trae Proctor (TS) - 55 meter hurdles

North Point girls finished 3rd in 2A. The Eagles won three events including Lauren Gross (Shot Put), Geranda
Williams (55 meter Relay) and the 4 x 400 Relay.  
TRACK AND FIELD - OUTDOOR
2A State Girls' Champions - North Point
3A State Boys' Champions - Westlake
The SMAC and Region champion Eagles beat second place River Hill, 92-57, while the Wolverines held off
Annapolis, 47-44.
Individual State Girls' Champs
Shavon Briscoe (NP) - 100 and 300 meter hurdles
Geranda Williams (NP) - Triple Jump
Lauren Gross (NP) - Discus
4 x 100 meter relay and 4 x 400 meter relay (NP)
Abigail Monaghan (LP) - Discus  
Lackey  - 4 x 200 meter relay
La Plata - SMAC Dual and Tournament Champions, 3A / 4A Region Dual and Tournament Champions
The Warriors advanced to the state dual championship match but lost 33-27 to Old Mill.  La Plata's wrestling
dominance includes the following winning streaks:
5 -Dual Meet SMAC titles
7 - SMAC Tournament titles
4 - 4A/3A South Region Dual titles
6 - 4A/3A South Region Tournament titles
BASKETBALL
SMAC Girls' Champions - North Point (16-0, 23-2)  The Eagles advanced to the region final before losing to
River Hill.
SMAC Boys' Champions - Lackey (16-0, 23-3)  The Chargers became just the fifth boys' team to finish the
conference schedule undefeated.  Lackey moved ahead of Calvert for the most SMAC boys' titles in history with
11.
4A East Region Champions - Thomas Stone  (21-5)   The Cougars made the state tournament for the second
consecutive year, falling to Wise in the semifinals, 59-57.
LACROSSE - Charles County Champions
Boys - La Plata (10-1)
Girls - Thomas Stone (12-0)
The Warriors won the inaugural Charles County boys' lacrosse championship game, 9-4 over Lackey.  The
Cougars concluded their undefeated season with a 16-4 victory against La Plata in the title game.
Individual State Boys' Champs
Devon Smith (WL) - 200 meter dash
Westlake - 4 x 400 meter relay
Jonathan Harper (WL) - High Jump
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North Point Boys and Girls Repeat as Indoor Track SMAC Champions
The North Point girls won four events and had nine
other top-five finishes to secure their second
consecutive SMAC indoor title.  Shavon Briscoe had
three first place finishes (500 meter run, 55 hurdles,
1600 relay) to lead the Eagles.  Shannon Hall, a VSE
Productions camera operator, had two second place
finishes in the 500 and 800 meter runs.  North Point
finished third in the 2A state meet last year.
The Eagles boys successfully defended their SMAC
title despite winning only one event.  Ten top-five
finishes along with a win in the 1600 relay were
enough to push North Point past Huntingtown to
capture the SMAC indoor crown.  The Eagles, who
won the 2A state title last year, will compete for the 4A
championship this year.
North Point Girls 122
Leonardtown 109
North Point Boys 84
Huntingtown 66
McDonough boys finish second in the 2A East Region Indoor Track Championships.  
The Rams scored 84 points, just one behind meet champion North Caroline.  
McDonough earned a berth in the 2A State Meet later this month.  The girls' team
finished fifth in the region meet.
The Game of the Week Salutes Charles County's 2009-10
High School Champions
BASKETBALL
SMAC Girls' Champions - North Point (12-0, 20-4)  The Eagles defended their SMAC title and
advanced to the region semifinals before losing to Arundel, 74-69, in overtime.  North Point is
28-0 in the conference in the last two years

SMAC Boys' Champions, 3A South Region Champions - Thomas Stone (11-1, 22-2)  
The Cougars won their sixth title and first since 2007.  Thomas Stone lost in the state finals for
the second time in three years.
FOOTBALL -
SMAC Champions - North Point (10-1, 8-0)
At 8-0 the Eagles finished atop the conference, along with Huntingtown, to capture the school's
second consecutive football title.  Since joining the SMAC in 2007, the Eagles are 21-11 overall,
17-7 in the conference and have made two playoff appearances.
TRACK AND FIELD - INDOOR
SMAC Champions, Boys and Girls - North Point

Individual State Champs
- Julian Blair (WL) - 55 meter dash
- 1600 meter relay (WL) - Blair, Marcus Anderson, Courtney Jarvis, Tony Hale
La Plata - SMAC Dual and Tournament Champions, 3A / 4A Region Dual and Tournament
Champions
For the second straight year, La Plata qualified a school-record 11 wrestlers for the state
tournament.  The Warriors finished second to Reservoir in both the state duals (31-31, LP lost
tiebreaker 3 pins to 2) and in the state tournament (106-80).  La Plata's wrestling dominance includes
the following winning streaks:
6 -Dual Meet SMAC titles
8 - SMAC Tournament titles
5 - 4A/3A South Region Dual titles
7 - 4A/3A South Region Tournament titles
GOLF -
SMAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions, District 4 Champions - North Point
North Point won its third straight SMAC regular season title, going undefeated (12-0) for the second
consecutive year.  The Eagles led a Charles County sweep of the SMAC tournament.  North Point won by 19
strokes over second place La Plata. McDonough was third, 22 strokes back. North Point won the District 4 title
by 25 strokes over McDonugh and finished third in the 3A / 4A state tournament, 14 shots behind Urbana
Game of the Week Crew - ( left to right ) Andrew Seger,
Matt Volland, Roy Yanosh and Leena Neeb.
The Game of the Week Salutes Charles County's 2010-11
High School Champions
BOYS' BASKETBALL
State Champions, SMAC and 4A Region Champions - North Point (27-0, 12-0)  The Eagles
became the first SMAC team since Thomas Stone in 1972 to capture a state boys basketball title.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL
4A East Region Champions - North Point (21-4, 11-1)  
North Point missed out on a conference three-peat but won the region and advanced to the state
final.
FOOTBALL -
State Champions- McDonough Rams (13-1, 7-1)  The Rams won their first state title since 1990
and Charles County's second in three years.
SMAC Champions - McDonough, North Point (9-2, 7-1), Westlake (9-2, 7-1)
Charles County teams dominated the conference.  The Eagles won a piece of the title for the
third straight year.  Westlake's last title was in 2005, McDonough's in 2006.
La Plata - State Dual and Tournament Champions,SMAC Dual and Tournament Champions, 3A /
4A Region Dual and Tournament Champions
For the second time in school history, La Plata won both the state 3A-4A dual and tournament titles.   
La Plata's wrestling dominance includes the following winning streaks:
7 -Dual Meet SMAC titles
9 - SMAC Tournament titles
6 - 4A/3A South Region Dual titles
8 - 4A/3A South Region Tournament titles
Matt Volland and Roy Yanosh
Leena Neeb
Andrew Seger
The Game of the Week Salutes Charles County's 2011-12
High School Champions
BOYS' BASKETBALL
SMAC and 4A East Region Champions - North Point (23-2, 12-0)  The Eagles won 20 games
and finished undefeated in the conference for the second straight year.  North Point lost by two
points in the state semifnal.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL
SMAC and 4A East Region Champions - North Point (24-2, 12-0)  North Point won its third
SMAC title in the past four years.  The Eagles lost by 2 in the state semifinal

3A South Region Champions - Westlake (17-6, 10-2)  The Wolverines lost by 5 in the state
semis
FOOTBALL -
SMAC Champions -North Point (9-3, 7-1)
The Eagles won a share of the SMAC title for the 4th consecutive season.  North Point also won
the program's first playoff game, 38-21, over Arundel.
La Plata - SMAC Dual and Tournament Champions, 4A/3A Tournament Champions
For the second time in school history, La Plata won both the state 3A-4A dual and tournament titles.   
La Plata's wrestling dominance includes the following winning streaks:
8 -   Dual Meet SMAC titles
10 - SMAC Tournament titles
9 -   4A/3A South Region Tournament titles

North Point - 4A/3A Region Duals Champions - The Eagles ended La Plata's run of 6 consecutive
titles, 30-29, in the semifinal before routing Parkdale, 41-28, in the final.  North Point advanced to the
State duals semifinals before falling 27-24 to Urbana.
Cross Country - North Point Boys (12-0) SMAC regular season and SMAC meet champions
Both titles were firsts for the North Point boys.
North Point Girls (11-1) SMAC regular season champions  

Track and Field - Thomas Stone Boys - SMAC meet and 3A South Region champions  The Cougars won
their first region title in 30 years.  Stone beat 3-time defending champion North Point, 132-123, at the SMAC
meet
North Point Boys- SMAC regular season champs - The Eagles fourth consecutive title
North Point Girls - SMAC regular season, SMAC meet and 4A East Region champions - The Eagles last
won a region title in 2009 when North Point was in Class 2A.  This was the Eagles' first conference title in four
years.
GOLF -
McDonough (21-3, 10-2)  2A/1A State champions  
The Rams erased a 17-shot first day deficit to rally for a 3
shot win over Marriotts Ridge in the state final.  McDonough captured its second state golf title, the first since
2001
North Point (21-3, 11-1)  SMAC regular season and District IV champions The Eagles captured their 4th
SMAC regular season title in 5 years.  North Point held off McDonough, 324 to 325, to win the District crown.
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LAS PALMAS, Spain – Former VCU and North Point High School standout Robyn Parks signed with
Gran Canaria of the Spanish Women's League.

Parks led the Rams last year in scoring (692 points), steals (57), and rebounds (299).

The Waldorf, Md. native played in 125 games
with the Black and Gold and became a member
of the elite 1,000-point club amassing 1,561 points
during her career.

During her senior season, Parks earned
All-Atlantic 10 First Team honors after
leading the conference in scoring and rebounds.
She also earned a spot on the All-Defensive Team
and picked up
All-Tournament honors.
ROBYN PARKS SIGNS DEAL IN SPANISH WOMEN'S LEAGUE
2014 Football Playoff Results
4A East Semifinal
Arundel 35  North Point 29
2A South Semifinal
Patuxent 60 Oakland Mills 41
This Panthers roll in the highest scoring game in the history of the Class 2A playoff
tournament, begun in 1974. Patuxent broke McDonough's record for most points
by a winning team, 55 set in 2010, and the teams combined to break the record for
most points scored by both teams, shattering the old record of 82 points
Thomas Stone Cruises Into State Semifinals, 40-14
Thomas Stone (11-1) captured the 3A South Region title for the first time since 1999, beating
Potomac (10-2) 40-14, Friday night at Mike Davis Alumni Stadium. Juwan Briscoe ran for 214
yards and 5 touchdowns to lead the Cougars' offense. Briscoe's 86-yard touchdown on the first
play of the second quarter gave Thomas Stone a 20-0 lead and proved to be the game-winner.

The Cougars will travel to Baltimore County to take on defending state champion Franklin in the
state semifinal. Franklin beat Bel Air, 28-14, in the 3A North Region Final. Thomas Stone finishes
7-0 at home for the first time since 1999 and has now won 11 consecutive games. A win in the
semifinal will tie the school records for most victories in a season and most consecutive victories.
Patuxent Falls to Douglass, 57-19, In 2A South Final
A week after setting the Class 2A record for points in a playoff game, the Patuxent Panthers
allowed the second most points in a game, falling 57-19 to Douglass. The Panthers (8-4) scored
on their first drive and led 10-8 after the first quarter but they couldn't stop the Eagles' (12-0)
offense. Douglass had 390 rushing yards and 7 rushing touchdowns to stay undefeated.

Patuxent opened the season with a 47-6 loss at North Point and had an 0-2 record before
winning 7 of their last 8 games and advancing to the playoffs for the 8th time in school history.
Thomas Stone Falls in State Semis, 30-0, at Franklin
Thomas Stone's best season in 15 years came to a screeching halt Friday as the Cougars fell to
defending state champion Franklin, 30-0. Thomas Stone dominated the time of possession in the
first half but couldn't convert in the red zone and trailed 7-0 at halftime. Franklin led just 10-0
after the third quarter. Following a Cougar punt that pinned them at their own 1 yard line, the
Indians drove 99 yards to take a 17-0 4th quarter lead, then picked off a Thomas Stone pass
and returned it for a touchdown and a 23-0 lead. The Cougars had outscored their opponents by
a combined 73-14 in their first two playoff games. This was their first shut out loss since week 2
of 2012.

Thomas Stone finishes the season with a 11-2 record, second only to the 12-1 1999 state finalist
team. The Cougars rattled off 11 wins in a row, a drastic turnaround for a program that had just
12 combined wins in its previous 5 seasons. Paul Friel's team has shown improvement in each of
his three seasons as head coach. Thomas Stone was 3-37 from 2008 to 2011. In 2012, Friel's
first year, the Cougars went 4-6. In 2013 they were 6-4, missing the playoffs by just one point.
And in 2014, 11-2 and a state semifinals appearance.
2015 SMAC Football
Playoff Results
Thomas Stone
7
(8-3, 5-1)
Gwynn Park
18
 
North Point
14
(10-1, 6-0)
Broadneck
20
 
Patuxent
9
(9-2, 4-2)
Calvert
7
(7-4, 4-2)