Add Quince Orchard to the area high school list for 1988-89. The new Gaithersburg school will play mostly Class B competition in Maryland this fall, but will move up to AA after one season with an expected enrollment of 1,600 students.

"They will play in our smaller {Montgomery County} division for sports such as tennis, swimming, golf, cross country," said Montgomery Supervisor of Athletics Bill Kyle. "We have a B schedule for football and a modified schedule for basketball and soccer. I'm not sure about softball and baseball."

Tom Kautz moves from Churchill to Quince Orchard as athletic director. The football coach will be longtime Poolesville head man Ernie Ceccato, who has previously worked AA football as an assistant at Peary.

Other Montgomery football coaching changes include Terry Changuris for Al Thomas at Seneca Valley and Leo Campion replacing Ceccato at Poolesville. Thomas, after winning the state AA title and announcing his retirement, did not stay on the sidelines long. Last week, he accepted the head football position at Damascus. Dan Contesti recently resigned as football coach there to become athletic director at Paint Branch.

Other new athletic directors include Tom Nawrocki at Einstein and William (Duke) Beattie at Rockville. Pete Menke replaces Kautz at Churchill.

All-South Team

Catcher Adam Parsons of Bowie, pitcher Steve Koennel of DeMatha and infielder Chris Chatterton -- each a 1988 All-Met baseball selection -- were named to the Coaches Maryland Crown All-State South team. Also, chosen were catcher Tom Coleman of Old Mill; pitchers Joe Andrzejewski of Chesapeake, Mike Butler of North Caroline and Kevin Alarie of Annapolis; infielders Chris Smoot of J.M. Bennett, Pat True of Arundel, Barry Given of Broadneck and Luke Lappin of Landon; outfielders Dave Haber of Glen Burnie, Kevin Marhaus of Surrattsville, John Keen of Great Mills and Wayne Williams of Chesapeake.

The coaches of the South team are J.H. Knauss of Easton, Glen Larnard of Leonardtown and Bernie Walter of Arundel.

The South will play the North at Memorial Stadium July 10 following the Texas Rangers-Baltimore Orioles game.

Softball Choices

All-Met softball pitcher Ivy Dashkin is one of four O'Connell players on the Catholic Girls Athletic Association all-league team, named by the coaches. The other Knights selected are infielders Kristin Render and Julie Finnerty and outfielder Tanya Spishak. Also named to the first team: pitcher Sherri Burns, catcher Tricia Gray, infielder Kim Helms and outfielder Anne Rumsey of La Reine; pitcher Jenny Green, infielders Janell Salazar and Kristen Painter of Pallotti; catcher Dede Lang and outfielder Cindy Jordan of Paul VI; infielders Ann Farrell and Jennifer Zaccagnini of Seton, and Katie Smyth of Holy Cross.

Named to the Independent girls all-star softball team by league coaches are Holy Child's Alex Minicozzi, Christy O'Rourke and Becky Herzog; Maret's Julie Fuchs, Jenny Cornell, Perry Morgan and Katie Roumel; Visitation's Jennifer Edwards and Sarah Readon; Immaculata's Norrine Feeney; National Cathedral's Alexis Gentile; Georgetown Day's Sara Wilensky; Notre Dame's Dawn Lovelace; Bullis' Anne Bluthardt, and Friends' Kristin Walton.

All-Independent Track

The Independent girls all-league track and field team: Friends' Christa Farmer, Elizabeth Butler, Carole Jones, Meredith Kolodner, Monique Anderson, Sarah Horne, Vivian Hamilton, Mary Dowling, Jocie Childs and Vaughn Carroll; Bullis' Cheryl Gnehn and Georgetown Day's Jenny Gibson.

Opponents Needed

Riverdale Baptist is seeking football games for Oct. 14 and Nov. 4. Contact Wayne Clark at the school . . . Cardozo needs football scrimmages in August. Contact Bobby Richards at the school . . . Coolidge is seeking football games for September. Contact Sam Taylor at the school.