Athletic Department Newsletter

3/12/19

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THS Sports Boosters Bull & Oyster Roast

Saturday, March 30th, 6:30-10:30pm

125 York Road

Towson, MD

Our Towson High School Sports Boosters Bull Roast is three weeks away on Saturday, March 30th from 6:30-10:30. The bull roast will be held at the Towson American Legion and will feature delicious food and drinks, a 50/50 raffle, money wheel, wine wheel, silent auction and music! To purchase tickets please go to www.towsonhighsportsboosters.com. This event is sure to sell out, so get your tickets soon!

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THS Sports Booster Membership Information:

There is no better time than now to get involved and become a sports booster member at Towson High School. We need your help more than ever and we are inviting all parents and family members to get involved and sign-up today. If you’re not already a member, please go online to http://towsonhighsportsboosters.com/page-1603707 and become one.


If you are a member, we thank you for all of your support and dedication to the Towson High’s athletic program. Your generous membership donation facilitates the purchase of new uniforms, equipment, awards, and improved facilities.


We want our student athlete to have a first class high school experience and your help will be essential in order for my vision of Towson High Athletics to become a reality. Let’s work together and continue to build on our solid foundation.

Spring Sports Information

Social Media

Website: www.towsonathletics.digitalsports.com

(Sign-up for schedules, cancellations alert, info, etc.)

Twitter: @TowsonHSsports Instagram: @towsongenerals

Admissions:

High School Regular Season Events: $3.00 for students/senior citizens; $5.00 for adults

children 7 and under-FREE

Sportsmanship is an Expectation!

Let's set the example...


So Please Let the Players Play,

Let the Coaches Coach,

Let the Officials Officiate,

Let the Spectators be Positive!


General Pride!

Concession Stand Sign-up for Spring Sports

The Spring sports season is underway and we will have our first set of games in the next couple weeks. We need volunteers to help run the concession stand. Please consider signing up to work a shift this spring. Thank you for the consideration and look forward seeing you down at the stadium. Go Generals!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B054BAFAB22A31-spring
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Spring Sports Sports Pass Information

Adult: $40

Student: $20

Family of 5: $125


Checks can be made out to Towson High School and given to the Athletic Director. If you purchase a pass, please email the AD (Justin Nash) at jnash3@bcps.org with the pass holder names.

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Baseball Alumni Game

May 4th at 11:00 AM

Email Coach Shawn Tormey if you're interested in playing/attending.

stormey@bcps.org

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Winter Sports Highlights


STUDENT-athletes

Team GPA’s above 3.0

Boys Varsity Basketball-3.0, Boys JV Basketball-3.13 Girls Varsity Basketball-3.57, Girls JV Basketball-3.51, Boys Indoor Track-3.33, Girls Indoor Track-3.45, Wrestling-3.00

74% of our winter student-athletes received a 3.0 or higher for the 2nd quarter

34 students earning a 4.0

3.25 Average GPA for Winter Athletes


Varsity Girls Basketball

3A North Region Finalist

All-division: Erin Steinberg, Rebecca Grim, Anna Lucas

Senior all-star game: Bernadette Brezinski

McCormick Unsung Hero: Rebecca Grim


Varsity Boys Basketball

Big Win at Woodlawn at the buzzer!

+8 point differential for the season

Big win on Senior Night!


Varsity & JV Wrestling

Towson's wrestling team had a solid year. They managed to pick up a few wins despite having several holes in the lineup and several weight classes occupied by first-year wrestlers. Captains Stuart Morgan and Sam Ganas were leaders on the team. Their strong leadership and commitment showed as their season was extended when they qualified individually for the regional tournament. With over half of the Towson Wrestling team graduating this year, the wrestling team will be looking for some young recruits and rebuilding in the years ahead.


Allied Bowling

The Allied Bowling team had a fantastic year of bowling. The team continually improved their team and individually averages as the season progressed. The team lost 1 match by only 8 pins, tied a match, and won against Kenwood. At the County Championships, the had a great finish to their season by finishing 6th place!


JV Girls Basketball

The JV Girls Basketball team finished the year with a 9-4 record. More impressive than the record was the improvement and resiliency that these players showed throughout the course of the year. The team took some hard losses versus some tough opponents early on, but that didn’t stop them from continuing to work hard and support one another. The players summed up this season by showing exactly how much they really grew as a TEAM by ending the year by beating Franklin after they were trailing 12-1 midway through the second quarter to come back to win 34-25. I am extremely proud of these 14 girls and want to thank them all for a wonderful experience! Now for some highlights…


Keturah, Katy, and Aniya provided some “icy-ness” down-low to help our team out score and outrebound most opponents. Rory, Miranda, and Maggie provided the team with smooth low-post moves and mid-range jumpers to keep the offensive momentum going. Hannah never saw a shot she didn’t like, and her confidence oozed onto others. Sydney had the “skillz that killz” with the ball, breaking many opponent’s ankles along the way. Isabella’s quick feet made her one of the best 1 on 1 defenders in the county being a pest to any team’s best guard. Chloe had the best hands on the team always finding a way to deflect opponent passes and get clutch steals. Fiona aka FiFi always provided the team with a spark with her positive attitude and effort. Lila showed true toughness in practice and games getting rebounds against just about anybody. Lili’s work ethic, positive attitude, and athleticism helped pushed her teammates to work harder. Maddie was the ultimate team player that showed constant enjoyment being with her teammates.


JV Boys Basketball

9-9 Record

Beating Woodlawn 57-51 @ Woodlawn

Scoring 72pts in a game

Largest victory 26pts vs. Loch Raven

Scoring 26pts in 1st Qt vs. Sparrows Point

Had a 4 Game winning streak


Varsity Indoor Track & Field


Girls:

Regular Season Record: 42-1

5th at Baltimore County Championships

2nd at Baltimore County Fresh/Soph Championships

4th at 3A Central Regional Championships

18th (t) at 3A State Championships (second-highest Baltimore County finish in 3A)

Fresh/Soph County Finalists: Nicole Poling 55m Dash; Aniah Brewer, 55m Hurdles and 300m Dash; Malia Gutierrez, 500m Dash

Fresh/Soph County Runners-up: Nicole Poling, High Jump; Chiara Menegatti, Emmy Demshak-Geddes, Lydia Lesnevich, Alessandra Crippa 4x800m Relay

Fresh/Soph County Champions: Madeline Kuehn, 300m Dash; Alessandra Crippa, 3200m Run; Aniah Brewer, Maryrose Gardiner, Madeline Kuehn, Nicole Poling 4x200m Relay; Maryrose Gardiner, Malia Gutierrez, Josie Scherer, Madeline Kuehn 4x400m Relay

County Bronze Medal: Madeline Till, 1600m Run

County Silver Medals: Madeline Till, 800m Run; Claire Briglio, Jaqui Sheedy, Millie Dinsmore, Madeline Till 4x800m Relay

Regional Runners-up: Jaqui Sheedy, 3200m Run

Regional Champions: Madeline Till, 800m Run and 1600m Run; Millie Dinsmore, 3200m Run; Claire Briglio, Sofia Grose, Millie Dinsmore, Madeline Till 4x800m Relay

State Meet Scorers: Madeline Till, 4th place 800m Run and 8th place 1600m Run; Millie Dinsmore, 7th place 3200m Run; Claire Briglio, Sofia Grose, Millie Dinsmore, Madeline Till 7th place 4x800m Relay

New School Records: Madeline Till, 800m Run 2:25.72 and 1600m Run 5:25.35

All-County First Team: Madeline Till

All-County Honorable Mention: Millie Dinsmore


Boys:

Regular Season Record: 27-7

8th (t) at Baltimore County Championships

4th (t) at Baltimore County Fresh/Soph Championships

3rd at 3A Central Regional Championships

18th at 3A State Championships (fourth-highest Baltimore County finish in 3A)

Fresh/Soph County Finalists: Brendan Berger, 800m Run; Daniel Melia, 3200m Run; Daniel Melia, Colin Freas, Brendan Berger, Miles Kline 4x800m Relay

Fresh/Soph County Runners-up: Miles Kline, 800m Run

County Bronze Medal: Damone Moore, Shot Put

County Silver Medals: Quentin Pastore, Drew Conboy, Cory Parts, Sam Fields 4x800m Relay

Regional Finalists: Cory Parts, 1600m Run; Sam Fields, 3200m Run; Tim Paulis, Pole Vault

Regional Runners-up: Drew Conboy, 3200m Run; Damone Moore, Shot Put; Miles Kline, Peter Sorensen, Matthew McShane, Sam Fields 4x800m Relay

Regional Champion: Cory Gray, Shot Put

State Meet Scorers: Damone More, 8th place Shot Put

State Silver Medal: Cory Gray, Shot Put

New School Record: Cory Gray, Shot Put 49’ 0”

All-County First Team: Cory Gray

All-County Honorable Mention: Damone Moore, Cory Parts, Sam Fields

Congratulations to Alex Simet on winning the the 2019 National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award

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Congratualtions on a Great Season Generals! 3A North Regional Finalists

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Congratulations to Senior Leighton Bechdel

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Congratulations to Junior Karon Ball

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Mark your calendars Student-Athletes! Positive Coaching Alliance will be conducting a workshop for all student-athletes on May 29th from 2:30-3:45 PM in the Auditorium. Get a chance to hear about what it takes to be a Triple-Impact Competitor. Be There!