Kenwood Notebook: Football Ends on High Note
Also, Jada Boyd placed 7th in the state cross country finals.
Football: Kenwood held Towson to 72 yards in a 32-0 senior night win, their first in four tries under interim coach Brian Powell. Kenwood racked up 156 yards (101 passing) and two fumble recoveries. And it was a good night for the seniors—seniors Everett Owens and Adonta Wallace scored rushing touchdowns. Chrishawn Lewis hit senior Keith Moody for a 28-yard touchdown pass. Kenwood finishes with a 4-6 record.
Cross Country: Kenwood braved the cold in Friday's 4A north regional championship. On the boys side, Greg Alexander placed 55th, finishing the 5K in 19:57.20. Ethan Paul was 59th in 20:20.20. Ahmed Muhammad (22:22.20) and Collin McKinzie (22:23.00) held down 65th and 66th. Josh Aquino finished 69th with 22:56.40. And Gabe Papadopoulos (25:09.40) and Andrew Powis (27:35.30) finished 75th and 76th, respectively.
On the girls side, Jada Boyd finished seventh in the 74-runner field with a time of 20:23.30. Next was Tara Vizzi (5th) in 24:20.40. Kaitlynn Armstrong finished 58th in 26:22.00. Alexandria Lynn (29:19.40), Tiffany Kight (29:41.00) and Yuling Lok (29:56.00) took 68th through 70th. Alexis Bell finished 74th in 32:27.40.
Wrestling: Kenwood announced a new coach. John Cooper, a Nottingham resident and Baltimore County resident, was a two-time Maryland Scholastic Association champion at Archbishop Curley.