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A.J. Francis

Cody Blue

Brigitte Strother

Tom Schaffler

Joe Cummings

Sean Mosley

Sander Beck

Kelly Trimble

Kelly Trimble

Trimble, a three-year starter at Pallotti and two-time IAAM A Conference All-Star Catcher, finished her junior campaign with a .984 fielding percentage and only one passed ball in 22 games. A strong and prolific offensive threat, Trimble hits for power and average. As team captain, she led Pallotti in all offensive categories with a .431 batting average in 68 plate appearances, a .638 slugging percentage, and a .569 OBP. Coached at Pallotti by Baltimore Sun 2008 Coach of the Year Paul O’Brien; plays travel ball for Riviera Beach Spirit Gold, coached by Mike Hyson. Her strength and acceleration coach is Frank Costello. Trimble committed to play for Maryland coach Laura Watten at the beginning of her junior year. She signed her national letter of intent to the Terps during the NCAA’s early signing period in November.

Moriah Young

All-Metro girls track: First team
The senior was dominant in the shot put and also very strong in the discus. Her throw of 44-6 in the IAAM title meet set a meet record by an amazing 5 feet, 1 inch. She won the event by 6 feet, 1 inch. Young’s winning throw is believed to be the only one over 44 feet this season by an area girl in the shot put. She finished second to teammate Candace Hendricks in the discus. Young is headed to the University of Maryland.



Here is a link to The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro first team for girl’s track.


Here is a photo gallery of The Baltimore Sun’s 2009 Spring All-Metro athletes.


Here is a gallery of archived Baltimore Sun high school sports photos.

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