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The awards keep coming for 6-10 McDonald’s All-American Jalen Smith. Today, Mt St Joe’s senior was honored by receiving the Baltimore Catholic League Player of the Year award at a annual banquet at the Pikesville Hilton. This is the second year in the row Jalen has received the award. Listed below are other awards handed out to BCL players. 

Jerry Savage Player of the Year: Jalen Smith (MSJ)

Mark Amatucci Defensive Player of the Year: Rajeir Jones (SFA)

O. Ray Mullis Coach of the Year: Nick Myles (SFA)

Cokey Robertson Most Improved Player of the Year: JJ Halaby (Loyola)

 

1st All-BCL Team

Jalen Smith Mount St. Joseph

Immanuel Quickley John Carroll School

Adrian Baldwin St. Frances Academy

Montez Mathis John Carroll School 

Elijah Epps St. Frances Academy 

 

 

2nd team All-BCL Team

Brendan Adams Calvert Hall College

James Bishop Mount St. Joseph

RJ Blakney St. Maria Goretti

JJ Halaby Loyola Blakefield

Yavuz Gultekin John Carroll School 

Jordon Jones Mount Carmel

 

Honorable mention

Logan Curtis Calvert Hall College

Jordan Toles St. Frances Academy

Cameron Shaw Loyola Blakefield

Rene Alphonso Archbishop Spalding

Josh Mack St. Maria Goretti

Tyree Myers Mount St. Joseph

 

Dave Kropfelder “Never, Never Quit” Award

Mitch White Archbishop Spalding

Cameron Watts Calvert Hall College

Brandon Craig John Carroll School

Chad Nnake Loyola Blakefield

Teon Rushing Mount Carmel

Kendall McMillian Mount St. Joseph

Edward Ferguson St. Frances Academy

Trey Boothe St. Maria Goretti

Troy Queen
Troy Queen
In 2000, I blazed a few trails by landing a sport reporter/anchor job for an NBC affiliate in rural Texas. Today I've progressed into several entrepreneurial ventures but my passion for sports continues to be my center focus. The SportsMajors Blogazine is designed to keep you informed on the latest happenings in the Baltimore sports world from a unique perspective. Feel free to contact the SportsMajors staff at SportsMajors@gmail.com

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