Richard (Mole) Janigian has resigned as baseball coach at Wilson High School, citing philosophical differences with the school administration over the direction of the program.

In four years, Janigian and assistant coach Jose Palmer directed the Tigers to a 64-12 record, went 58-6 in the Interhigh League and won three West Division titles and two league championships. Wilson defeated H.D. Woodson, 7-5, in the title game last season.

"I was very disappointed things had to come out this way. I'm sorry I won't be back," said Janigian, who coached at Bell and at D.C. Teachers College (now UDC) before taking over at Wilson. "We had a few in-house problems over small things and we couldn't work them out. The first couple of years, everything was fine. Last year, a few things happened and I stayed mainly for the kids. I really enjoyed Wilson and working with {principal} Mike Durso."

Janigian retired from the D.C. Public Schools system in 1985, mainly to take the Wilson job. He was teaching at Dunbar when he was appointed to coach the baseball team at Wilson. There were no teaching positions available at Wilson so Janigian retired and was hired as baseball coach.

"I am still interested in coaching baseball somewhere," Janigian said. "I am not retired from coaching yet."

Lake Braddock All-Met basketball player Hubert Davis has committed to the University of North Carolina.

The 6-foot-4 Davis, who averaged 23.0 points and five rebounds in leading the Bruins to a 19-3 record last season, will be playing his third year of varsity. The senior, the nephew of Phoenix Suns' guard Walter Davis, holds nearly 30 school records and is 140 points shy of becoming the all-time leader in total points scored.

Severna Park football Coach Andy Borland couldn't be more pleased with his team.

Last week's 29-0 victory over Chesapeake gave the Eagles a surprising 6-0 record, marking the first time the Anne Arundel AA school has opened with six consecutive wins.

"We felt we could be pretty good," Borland said. "We had a lot of experience in the backfield but needed help up front. In the last three games, we hadn't played well in the first half and had to rally to win. Last week, we played well both halves."

Borland prefers not to think about his upcoming schedule. In the final four weeks of the regular season, Severna Park will play Arundel (2-4), Broadneck (5-1), Meade (4-2) and Annapolis (5-1).

Maret junior running back Alex Markoff continued his outstanding play Friday despite his team's 34-6 loss at Blue Ridge. Markoff rushed for 117 yards Friday. He is averaging 90 yards rushing per game and his scored five touchdowns . . .

Fes Academy of Brooklyn, N.Y. is seeking a boys basketball opponent for either Dec. 9 or 11. The team is scheduled to play at Spingarn on the 10th. If interested, contact Fes athletic director Joe Jeffries-El at (718) 346-5090 . . . Anacostia is seeking boys basketball games on Dec. 4, 8 or 11. If interested, contact Coach Tom Hargrove at 767-7040 . . . Poolesville is seeking a fourth team to participate in its boys basketball tournament Dec. 29-30. The other two participating teams are Brunswick and Catoctin. If interested, contact athletic directors Carol Smith at Brunswick or Vonnie Walewski at Poolesville . . .