Congratulations to both MSD Boys and Girls teams for winning MIAC Championship games on Saturday, February 24th at Annapolis Area Christian School. Read More...
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Athletes of the Month
Rory Lewis - Varsity Boys Basketball After a season-ending injury in the beginning of the season last year, Rory worked very hard in the off-season on perfecting his outside shooting game. He is always the first one in the gym and the last one to leave. Rory played an important role as the team won the Oriole Classic and the Clerc Classic in January. After scoring 64 points in three games at the Clerc Classic, Rory was named the Most Valuable Player. He tied two Clerc Classic tournament records for most three-pointers in a single game with 6 and three-games with 11. He also set a new program record for most three-pointers in a single season with 88, surpassing the record previously set by Mike Mabashov, assistant coach, with 72. - Head Coach James DeStefano
Rajena Guettler- Varsity Girls Basketball Through persistence and attention to detail, Rajena is playing in her strongest season to date. She is dedicated to building her fundamentals and technique in every aspect of the game. Rajena is always reflecting on ways she could improve as a person, as a leader, and as a student-athlete. Aside from her outstanding performance on the court, Rajena's positivity and contribution to the team's atmosphere has done wonders for the program's growth. - Head Coach Amy Mowl
Thalia Guettler - Varsity Cheerleading Thalia is focused, hardworking, and spirited. She does not just go out there and perform cheers and routines, she is a fierce competitor. During competitions and game days, Thalia is so much fun to watch because she has a spontaneous and dynamic personality that radiates positive energy. - Head Coach Aneesha Lane
Bryan Pineda - Varsity Wrestling Bryan is very passionate on the wrestling mat. He is committed to improving his offense and defense techniques. He is a determined wrestler and does not quit until he wins the match. At the Willigan Wrestling Tournament, Brian finished in first place in his weight class (195). - Head Coach Mike Gardner
John Werner, Jr. - Varsity Boys Basketball One of the best games John Werner, Jr. played in was the final game of his high school career against the defending MIAC champions, Mount Airy Christian Academy. In the MIAC championship game, John scored 30 points with 7 three-pointers in the team's 64-53 win for the program's first ever MIAC championship title. John closed out his season with 1,149 career points and moved into 10th on the boys' basketball all-time scoring list. He is also 2nd in career steals (301), 4th in career assists (383), and 4th in most three-point field goals made (127). Aside from his statistics, John is an outstanding leader and is well-respected by his teammates, coaches, peers, and teachers.
Cassidy "CJ" Perry- Varsity Girls Basketball Cassidy "CJ" Perry is an extremely talented student-athlete who has stepped out of her comfort zone this year. She has done all that has been asked of her and has worked hard on expanding her skill set. CJ has had to play through all kinds of junk defense throughout the season and has learned to handle pressure well. Her stats this season has ranked as one of the best in program history: 584 points (second highest); 334 rebounds (third highest); 46 blocks (fourth highest). In the final game of the season, CJ set a new program record for most points scored in a single game (50). She led all of Frederick with her 21.6 points per game average. CJ is the epitome of a student-athlete, as she works hard in the classroom, in the gym, and in the weight room.
Alexsander Raimundo - Wrestling Alexsander Raimundo is a humble, hard-working student-athlete. He dominates on the mat, earning the most takedown points on our team. At the Willigan Wrestling Tournament, Alexsander won the championship in his weight class (138).
Sierra Herzig-Wilcox is a newcomer on our girls track and field team. She is a multiple-event athlete, competing in hurdling, jumping, sprinting, and relay events. Sierra has shown outstanding dedication by working hard in every single practice. She is a great role model for our younger student-athletes as she is a hard-nosed competitor with a winning mindset. - Randy Shank
Miguel Pavao is a hard-working student-athlete. He has tremendous talent and speed on the field, and he is able to play anywhere defensively. Miguel is very motivated and is always willing to learn from his coaches on ways he could improve his fundamental skills. We are looking forward to seeing him grow as a baseball player. - Chester Kuschmider
Brody McAfee has shown a great deal of improvement on the baseball field this year. He is one of our key pitchers and has played well as a first baseman. He works very hard on improving his strength and speed. Brody has done exceptionally well hitting and has increased his RBI total. His outstanding play this season is a result of his hard work. - Chester Kuschmider
Lexi Bullock has played softball for us the last three years. She is a team captain and is committed to our softball program. Lexi is always willing to learn different positions and play wherever we needed her to. She has given her all and has never hesitated to do what was best for the team. It has been a pleasure having her on the team and watching her grow into a great softball player. - Lauren Buchko
Freshman Alyssa Glennon has worked hard in strengthening her hurdling skill since the beginning of the season. At the ESDAA and Arrow Invitational meets, she posted personal best times of 18.01 in the 100m hurdles and 53.68 in the 300m hurdles. She is a top-four hurdler among all schools for the deaf in the nation. - Head Coach Randy Shank
Senior Brady Perry returned to his outstanding running times after dealing with injuries earlier this year. He ran an remarkable race for both the 100m and 200m dashes. At the ESDAA track meet, Brady posted a personal best time of 11.28 in the 100m Dash, placing him in the top three in Frederick County. In his very last track meet at the Arrow Invitational, Brady also ran a personal best of 22.36 for the 200m Dash, earning him the title of “fastest sprinter” for 200m in Frederick County. - Head Coach Randy Shank