Twenty-one local high school football players have been named to the Maryland team for the "Big 33" all-star game against Pennsylvania on Aug. 2 in Hershey, Pa.

Eight Montgomery County seniors, including four from Class AA champion Springbrook, and seven from Prince George's County (three from McNamara) are on the team.

Wilde Lake had both of Howard County's selections and Thomas Stone has two of Southern Maryland's three picks. Arundel's Troy Turner is the only Anne Arundel County player to be named.

The players selected are: Denny Antzoulatos, center, High Point; Chris Baucia, quarterback, DeMatha; David Behrmann, kicker, Springbrook; Jack Bradford, linebacker, Wilde Lake; Keith Crawford, wide receiver, Largo; Joe Ellison, offensive guard, Wilde Lake; Jeffrey Ey, defensive end, John Carroll; John Finlay, defensive tackle, Seneca Valley; Nathaniel Franks, defensive tackle, Baltimore Poly; and Durwin Greggs, running back, McNamara.

Joe Hall, defensive tackle, McNamara; Rich Jessie, wide receiver, Alleghany; Eric Jonassen, offensive tackle, Mount St. Joseph's (Balt.); Jeff Keel, offensive guard, Calvert Hall; Chris Maruca, linebacker, McNamara; David Matthes, tight end, Springbrook; Mike McCall, running back, Springbrook; Gavin Millison, defensive back, Cambridge-South Dorchester; Ken Morris, defensive back, Queen Anne's, and Armand Moshyedi, defensive tackle, Churchill.

Clifton Phillips, running back, Fairmont Heights; Ceroy Robinson, defensive back, Bethesda-Chevy Chase; Michael Sanders, running back, Calvert Hall; Edward Sharkey, offensive guard, Gilman; Eric Smith, tight end, James M. Bennett; Scott Tucker, offensive tackle, Rockville; Pat Turner, center, Springbrook; Troy Turner, running back, Arundel; Bob Washington, defensive tackle, Thomas Stone; Curtis Williams, quarterback, McDonough; and Greg Williams, quarterback, Thomas Stone.

At least one additional player will be named later.

Springbrook's Bob Milloy will coach the Maryland all-star team.

Dennis Drown has resigned as basketball coach at Kennedy High. He signed a letter of resignation last year to take effect after this season. The Cavaliers finished 17-10 this past season . . .

Douglass' Morrell Savoy threw a no-hitter last Wednesday, beating Surrattsville, 7-1. Savoy had 11 strikeouts and issued seven walks. Savoy, who was the Eagles' quarterback last fall, will attend West Point next year . . . LaPlata's Cindy Bowling threw a 15-1 no-hit victory last week against Lackey . . .

Magruder needs a football opponent for Oct. 31-Nov. 1 . . . Bullis will have a basketball camp for boys and girls ages 9-14. The boys session is July 28-Aug.1; the girls week is Aug. 4-8. The cost is $80.

Parkdale's baseball, softball and track teams must play on the road this spring since the school's bleacher construction has left the fields unplayable. April games will be played at opponents' sites.