Baltimore Sun’s high school Athletes of the Week (May 23-29): Glenelg’s Nick Duvall and Howard’s Nimrit Ahuja

Glenelg's Jeff Duvall and Howard's Nimrit Ahuja are The Baltimore Sun's high school Athletes of the Week for May 23-29.

Every week, The Baltimore Sun will identify one secondary school gamer from a kids sporting activity as well as one from a women sport for their sports success.

Kids sport Athlete of the Week: Nick Duvall, Glenelg, baseball

The junior delighted in a great throwing efficiency and also created the most significant hit of the day in leading No. 5 Glenelg (19-5) to a 4-1 win over formerly unbeaten Patuxent (21-1) for the Course 2A state championship on Saturday. In his six innings, Duvall enabled one run and two hits to obtain the win.

This season, Duvall went 4-1 with a 0.35 ERA, starting out 32 batters in 39-plus innings. He batted.367 with 27 RBIs and also 11 runs. The sixth-inning dual was his 11th of the season.

Ladies sport Professional athlete of the Week: Nimrit Ahuja, Howard, track and also area

The standout elderly won 2 specific titles and a 3rd in a relay to lead the Lions to the Class 3A state champion Saturday at Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complicated. Ahuja won the 800- and 1,600-meter races as well as teamed with Hannah Schwab, Jasmine Wilson as well as Kiley Mann to capture the 4×800 relay. The Lions conveniently outpointed second-place Linganore, 104-52.

In the cross country period, Ahuja set a brand-new training course record in winning the Howard Region individual title at Centennial, and also her sixth-place coating led the Lions to a state title. In the interior track and also area season, she took initially in the 1,600, second in the 800 and also belonged to the winning 4×800 relay at states.

The junior delighted in a great pitching performance and produced the most significant hit of the day in leading No. 5 Glenelg (19-5) to a 4-1 win over formerly unbeaten Patuxent (21-1) for the Course 2A state championship on Saturday. In his 6 innings, Duvall enabled one run and also two hits to obtain the win.

The standout elderly won 2 individual titles and a 3rd in a relay to lead the Lions to the Class 3A state champion Saturday at Royal prince George’s Sports & Discovering Complex.

Nimrit Ahuja, Howard HS, wins the girls 3A 800m with a 2:16.14 PR. 1A/2A/3A/4A Maryland state track and field championships, Saturday May 28, 2022 at Prince Georges Sports and Learning Complex Stadium in Landover, MD. (Mark D. Wecht/Capital Gazette)

Previous winners

May 16-22: McCabe Millon, McDonogh, lacrosse (boys sport); Maddie Karns, South Carroll, softball (girls sport)

May 9-15: Thomas Smith IV, Calvert Hall, track and field (boys sport); Madison Beale, St. Paul’s, lacrosse (girls sport)

May 2-8: Caleb Estes, Archbishop Spalding, baseball (boys sport); Sara Novak, Oakland Mills, lacrosse (girls sport)

April 25-May 1: Brian Ruppel, Catonsville, lacrosse (boys sport); Mallory Cooper, Carver A&T, softball (girls sport)

April 18-24: Chase Supensky, Towson, baseball (boys sport); Hannah Zabik, Century, softball (girls sport)

April 11-17: Aiden Dixon, Fallston, lacrosse (boys sport); Lauren Hackett, Century, lacrosse (girls sport)

April 4-10: Josh Flick, Centennial, lacrosse (boys sport); Denisha McLaurin, Woodlawn, track and field (girls sport)

March 21-27: Ryan Edmonds, Archbishop Curley, baseball (boys sport); Caroline Little, Century, lacrosse (girls sport)

March 14-20: Michael Weisshaar, Spalding, lacrosse (boys sport); Annabelle Jackson, Maryvale Prep, lacrosse (girls sport)

March 7-13: Donovan Young, Gilman, track and field (boys sport); Da’Brya Clark, Poly, basketball (girls sport)

Feb. 28-March 6: AJ Rodrigues, South Carroll, wrestling (boys sport); Amourie Porter, Glen Burnie, basketball (girls sport)

Feb. 21-27: Bryson Tucker, Mount Saint Joseph, basketball (boys sport); Ny’ceara Pryor, Western, basketball (girls sport)

Feb. 14-20: Judson Lincoln IV, Oakland Mills, track and field (boys sport); Piper Lentz, Hereford, track and field (girls sport)

Feb. 7-13: Jacob Wright, Mount Saint Joseph, wrestling (boys sport); Myah Hazelton, Sparrows Point, basketball (girls sport)

Jan. 31-Feb. 6: Alan Cherches, McDonogh, swimming (boys sport); Jillian Crawford, Fallston, basketball (girls sport)

Jan. 24-30: Camerin Horton, City, basketball (boys sport); Laynie Sheahy, North Harford, basketball (girls sport)

Jan. 17-23: Christian Thomas, SEED, basketball (boys sport); Lauren Pellegrini, Centennial, basketball (girls sport)

Jan. 10-16: Andrew Dolezel, Reservoir, wrestling (boys sport); Erin Miller, Roland Park, basketball (girls sport)

Jan. 3-9: Luke Bamgboye, Mount Carmel, basketball (boys sport); Madison Knight, Patterson Mill, basketball (girls sport)

Dec. 20-26: Carlton Carrington, St. Frances, basketball (boys sport); Ashley Dickey, Catonsville, basketball (girls sport)

Dec. 13-19: Dorian Jones, Parkville, basketball (boys sport); Ava Wooster, Southern-AA, basketball (girls sport)

Dec. 6-12: Amani Hansberry, Mount Saint Joseph, basketball (boys sport); Amori Jarrett, Pikesville, basketball (girls sport)

Nov. 29-Dec. 5: Kylish Hicks, Mervo, football (boys sport); Tsion Smith, Mount Carmel, basketball (girls sport)

Nov. 22-28: Marcus Hines, Loyola Blakefield, football (boys sport); Zaria Ragler, Arundel, volleyball (girls sport)

Nov. 15-21: Donnie Lewis, Calvert Hall, football (boys sport); Stephanie Lathrop, Glenelg, soccer (girls sport)

Nov. 8-14: Antonio Camacho-Bucks, Centennial, cross country (boys sport); Christina Candella, Arundel, field hockey (girls sport)

Nov. 1-7: Rich Monath, Calvert Hall, soccer (boys sport); Ruby DeFrees, Spalding, field hockey (girls sport)

Oct. 25-31: Benjamin Siriboury, River Hill, golf (boys sport); Helen Yeung, River Hill, golf (girls sport)

Oct. 18-24: Ty Dailey, Dulaney, cross country (boys sport); Samiha Foster, Reservoir, volleyball (girls sport)

Oct. 11-16: Jordan Fiorenza, Dundalk, football (boys sport); Cassi Shields, Westminster, volleyball (girls sport)

Oct. 4-9: Jacob Murrell, McDonogh, soccer (boys sport); Dani Mendez, Garrison Forest, field hockey (girls sport)

Sept. 27-Oct. 2: Bisi Owens, Glenelg, football (boys sport); Izzy Rothwell, Bryn Mawr, field hockey (girls sport)

Sept. 20-25: Jordy Eckman, Loyola Blakefield, soccer (boys sport); Elizabeth Pickett, Bel Air, cross country (girls sport)

Sept. 13-18: Devin Roche, Dunbar, football (boys sport); Maya Everett, Broadneck, field hockey (girls sport)

Sept. 6-11: Noah Brannock, Calvert Hall, football (boys sport); Mackenzie Calhoun, Glenelg, volleyball (girls sport)

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