You Should Have Seen

Megan Bosica,

Mount Hebron, lacrosse

The sophomore midfielder posted eight goals and two assists to help the No. 1 Vikings to victories over River Hill and Long Reach last week.

Bosica had four goals in a 15-2 victory over River Hill on May 4 and four goals and two assists in a 27-1 victory over Wilde Lake last Thursday.

Bosica has a team-high 49 goals, along with 14 assists, for the Vikings (12-0), who entered Tuesday's game at Oakland Mills looking to win their 14th consecutive county title.

"She's just been unstoppable for us, and she's been just as good defensively by getting back and putting pressure on the ball," said Coach Brooke Kuhl-McClelland. "And she's only a sophomore, so this is still just the beginning of what we're going to see her do."

Sam Stumpf and

Jonathan Stumpf,

Centennial, lacrosse

The brothers combined for 17 goals and nine assists to lead the Eagles to victories in two of their three games last week.

Sam, a junior attackman, had 13 goals and three assists, including a game-high four goals in his team's 8-6 loss at top-ranked Broadneck on Saturday. Jonathan, a freshman attackman, had four goals and six assists, highlighted by a two-goal, two-assist performance in a 17-4 victory at Howard on Friday.

The Eagles (10-3, 8-1) had won eight straight games before losing to Broadneck, Centennial's third game in as many days.

In a 20-0 shutout against Reservoir last Thursday, Sam compiled four goals and two assists, and Jonathan added a goal and three assists.

"Both the brothers had a great week for us and have been a big part in our scoring," Centennial Coach Mike Siegert said. "We knew Sam was going to have a good year, and we thought Jonathan had a lot of potential, but they have both given us the scoring we've needed."

The Stumpfs are playing on the same team for the first time in nine years, but they said the countless hours they've spent playing in the back yard of their Ellicott City home has made for a smooth transition.

"We've played so much together growing up that I think we have a great chemistry and know what each other is going to do," Sam said.

You Should See

Outdoor Track

County Outdoor Track and Field Championships at

Reservoir, 3 p.m. today

The second and final day of the meet features finals in 17 events and serves as the last tune-up before next week's regionals.

The Mount Hebron boys and the Long Reach girls are the defending county champions in the team competition, but Glenelg is coming off a stellar indoor season in which both its teams won the county title.


Megan Bosica had eight goals during two wins last week.