Education, Sports

BCPS celebrates winter 2021-2022 state champions and runners-up



TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools celebrates its high school athletic teams and student-athletes recognized at the state level during the 2021-2022 winter season.

The following student-athletes or teams and their schools and coaches were honored:

State Champions

Co-ed Wrestling – Dom Ambrosino – Sparrows Point High School

              Coach Mike Whisner

Co-ed Wrestling – Gage Carr – Sparrows Point High School

              Coach Mike Whisner

Co-ed Wrestling – Justin Briscoe – Woodlawn High School

              Coach Justin Wildy

Female Wrestling – Sarah Sunday – Dulaney High School

              Coach Scott Asher

Female Wrestling – Alaina Kopalchick – Perry Hall High School

              Coach Scott Asher

Female Wrestling – Ugochi Anunobi – Randallstown High School

              Coach Earnest Davison

Girls Basketball Class 1A – Pikesville High School

              Coach Michael Dukes

Girls Indoor Track Class 2A – Hereford High School

              Coach Brad Duvall

 

State Runners-up



Boys Indoor Track Class 4A – Dulaney High School

              Coach Eric Walz

Female Wrestling – De`Jae Erwin – Milford Mill Academy

              Coach Damon Royster

Girls Basketball Class 2A – Hereford High School

              Coach David Shreiner

“Please join me in congratulating all of our dedicated winter season student-athletes,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams. “I’d also like to thank their coaches, trainers, physical education teachers and families for their support of our amazing student-athletes and our schools, especially as we navigated various COVID-19 challenges and disruptions.”

“Congratulations to all of our winter sports state champions and runners-up,” said Michael Sye, BCPS coordinator of athletics. “This year our winter sports teams were eager to return to a more normal season, and they made the most of the opportunity. I am so proud of all our student athletes and coaches for everything they accomplished during the winter season.”

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