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This Week at Boys' Latin, January 12, 2015
1/12/2015

Pride & Tradition:  Gordon S. Kellerman ’07

Gordon Kellerman ’07, a thirteen year Laker, was a three-sport athlete and a member of the 2006 undefeated national championship lacrosse team.  

After graduating from Boys’ Latin he decided to continue his education at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, TX. He received his B.S. Degree in Economics with Finance from SMU in 2011.

Gordon decided to stay in Dallas because he felt it is very similar to Baltimore with its tight-knit community. While he was a student at SMU, he was fortunate to have had several great internships throughout his stay that further engrained his business network in Dallas and set the foundation to begin a career in real estate. 

The Texas real estate market has been booming the past decade, even weathering the recession in 2008-2009. Gordon knew that if he wanted to pursue a career in commercial real estate it was important to find a market 2and culture that fostered success both economically and personally. He had a great group of SMU friends who ended up staying in Dallas after graduation and found jobs in similar fields. He writes, “Baltimore will always be there for me and it was a product of the right place/right time that has kept me in Texas.”   

Gordon is working in commercial real estate development spearheading leasing and marketing efforts for Skybox Datacenters, (www.skyboxdatacenters.com), a data center development firm, specializing in the building of data centers that directly caters to the large data needs of Fortune 1000 companies.  His firm builds and operates world-class data center facilities for enterprise grade users with ultra-low latency connectivity and mission critical resiliency as a core focus on Skybox’s platform. Each Skybox facility is uniquely crafted to its particular market and the demands of its users. The company will build on both a speculative and build-to-suite basis.

Although a resident of Dallas, Gordon maintains his love for the Baltimore Ravens writing, he will “never turn my back on Raven Nation!”

He listed his BL influences: Ritchie Schell, Drew Haugh, Bob Shriver, Otis Read, Dyson Ehrhardt, Tom Kotras, Molly Mullally, Jean Campbell, Beau Dagenais, Steve Dubin, Jimmy Currie, Kate Berger, Brandon Mollet, Butch Maisel, and of course his mom, Anne Kellerman.

Networking Initiative Launched

Last Thursday nearly 50 alumni and friends gathered in the Alumni House for the roll-out of the Boys’ Latin Networking Initiative. The young Alumni present last week spoke with all of the alumni and BL parent “mentors” about various career opportunities.

The Alumni/Development Office wants young alumni to know that BL’s commitment to them does not end with Commencement Exercises in June. We want young alumni to come back to BL to seek advice on career counseling, career advice, and job opportunities.

We will continue to strengthen our mentoring list and hope to build the networking program on various platforms, including the BL website. Everyone in the BL community is welcome to get involved and we thank you for your willingness to help fellow Lakers. 

Thanks to EVERYONE who came out last Thursday or has already agreed to act as a future mentor.       

Alumni Notes

Stephen Wright ’69 is the Associate Dean and Associate Director of the University of Maryland Extension in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources in College Park. Stephen lives in Pikesville and was a speaker at last week’s inaugural Networking Initiative for Young Alumni here in the Alumni House. 

David Sugar ’98 recently received his MS in Information Technology at Towson University. David currently is an Information Systems Support Specialist here at Boys’ Latin.   

Brad Weiss ’09 graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point last May and is now stationed in Tacoma, WA, where he will be stationed at Ft. Lewis. He spent the last few months training for field artillery at Ft. Sill in Oklahoma.

Ben Keller ’11 was recently named one of the four captains for the 2015 Bucknell University Men’s lacrosse team. After missing all of his freshman year with a knee injury, Ben will be entering his third season as a starting defenseman. He has started all 31 games over the last two seasons, and last year he ranked third on the squad in both ground balls (37) and caused turnovers (14) for a team that gave up only 8.6 goals per game.  "Ben is the definitive vocal leader on defense," said his coach Frank Fedorjaka. "He has acted as a key liaison seaming the freshman class into the overall team culture, and his is effort in the weight room is exceptional."

BL Athletics

The varsity basketball team started the week with a 74-42 win over Severn.

On Wednesday the Lakers hosted Chapelgate.  Kodye Pugh ’16 led BL with 37 points and 16 rebounds to lead the No. 13 Lakers to a 93-67 win.

On Friday the team traveled to Laurel to play Pallotti and defeated their hosts 85-70. Kodye Pugh ’16 led five double-digit scorers for the Lakers with 22 points, and Patrick Spencer ’15 added 16. The Lakers travel to play St. Mary’s today at 5:30 and host Annapolis Area Christian School on Friday at 5:30.  

The ice Lakers played St. Paul’s last week at the Patterson Park Ice Rink and lost 7-0.

The Boys' Latin wrestling team spent the weekend at the Loch Raven Duals, wrestling seven duals meets throughout Friday and Saturday. Overcoming numerous injuries and having to forfeit a couple of weight classes, the Lakers overcame much adversity by winning their first three matches Friday night; defeating host school Loch Raven, North Harford, and Pikesville. On Saturday, the Lakers came out strong, upsetting Manchester Valley in their first dual of the morning.

Unfortunately, the toll of injuries and forfeits caught up to the grapplers, as they lost to eventual champion, Marriotts Ridge. Dulaney was up next, and in a classic thriller, the Lakers came from behind with two late pins to take a 42-36 lead with one match to go. Unfortunately, the Lakers could not fill the weight class and had to forfeit, allowing the Dulaney Lions to tie the match at 42. Dulaney “won” the match through the tie breaker system.

The Lakers bounced back in their next match, taking out the Towson High Generals, and finishing with a 5-2 record, pushing the wrestling Lakers to an impressive 11-3 overall dual meet record.

The Calvert Hall Cardinals come to Lakerland for a dual meet tomorrow, January 13, at 4:00 P.M.

Pictured above standing (l-r): Coach Drew Haugh ’77, Coach Shane Marquess ’93, Brian North ’18, Jack Morton ’18, McKenney Box ’18, Brandon Kagen ’18, Colton Haugh ’15, Coach Barron, Kahlan Lee-Lermer ’16, Charles Stokes ’15, Coach Carr, Evan Gaines ’17, Nate Malinowski ’16, Coach Sergeant, Noah Michael ’17, and Anthony Wyler ’15

Kneeling (l-r): Walker Santos ’17, Nick Malinowski ’16, Joe Santangelo ’15, Rocco Bruno ’15, Jamie Rice ’18

100 Years Ago - 1915

The Inkwell reported how a contingency of students under the leadership of Carrington Brown '14 contributed a collection of old clothes and money for the relief of suffering Belgian children during World War I. The Belgian children were very grateful to the BL students and wrote back letters of thanks. One child, Barthelemy Debuz, wrote and thanked Boys' Latin for his fine clothes which kept him warm and comfortable during the winter months. Another boy, Louis Mathiey, wrote that the BL boys saved his life and when America needs aid, Belgium will be the first to the rescue!

Unfortunately, these letters have been lost.    

90 Years Ago - 1925

Boys' Latin's swimming team lost to City College 32-22. Although BL lost by ten points, The Inkwell reported the meet was much closer than the score indicated. Having only six Latinists participating in the contest hurt BL's chances for victory. City won the first race - a team relay - but BL answered with Brunt Riepe '26 winning the breaststroke race. City countered by winning the 50-yard dash but Jere Lord '28 and William Mottu '26 finished second and third. The 50-yard backstroke was won by Robert Rector '27 making the score 24-21 but the lack of depth tired BL's six swimmers and the Latinists didn't place any in the top two in the final race - the 100-yard dash. 

35 Years Ago – 1980

BL's Jesse McDade '81 led the Lakers to an easy 76-61 basketball win over Archbishop Spalding. McDade, who was starting for the first time in weeks because of an illness, tied Guy Matricciani '81 for team high scoring honors with 18 points.

The Lakers jumped out to a 6-0 lead and never trailed in the game. BL led 44-31 at halftime and hit 24 of 30 free throws to maintain their winning edge. Rob Smith '81 added 15 points to the winning cause. Jim Emche '80 also scored 9 points.  

The win broke a three-game losing streak and lifted the Lakers' record over the .500 mark to 5-4.

40 Years Ago

BL’s basketball team was upset by Lutheran 67-64. It was just the Saints’ second league win in six years as a member of the Maryland Scholastic Association’s “C” Conference.  Kevin Waters ’77 led all scorers with 22 points Duane Thomas ’75 scored 18 and Mark Scroggins ’75 added 9 points.  

30 Years Ago - 1985

Jim Currie's '73 BL's varsity wrestling team did what no other Maryland Scholastic Association (MSA) team was able to do for nearly four years, when it defeated Mt. St. Joe's 33-24. St. Joe, the Baltimore area wrestling power had not lost a dual match to an MSA team since losing to St. Paul's in 1980.

Boys' Latin had to come from behind from an 18-9 deficit to win the match. BL's grapplers won seven out of the twelve weight class bouts including pins by George Dickey '87, Brent Palmer '85, John Szczypinski '85, Jeff Szczypinski '88, and Steve Barko '85.

5 Years Ago - 2010

Head Coach Todd Guntner's '72 "even" team made it four years in a row over the "odds" with a 62-58 win in the Annual Alumni Basketball game held in the Gelston Athletic Center. Over twenty alumni came back to play the game.

Boys’ Latin’s Middle School opened as students moved into the new facility after the holiday break.


 
Boys' Latin-St. Paul's Rivalry
5/15/2014

According to the dictionary, a rivalry is a competitive contest between two entities competing for the same objective. When one thinks of the perfect rivalry Army versus Navy comes to mind. In professional baseball we have the Yankees – Red Sox and the Dodgers - Giants. Our Ravens versus the Pittsburgh Steelers is a fierce rivalry and now one of the NFL’s best.

In college lacrosse no rivalry is bigger than Johns Hopkins and Maryland. The two have been playing against each other for decades since their first game won by the Blue Jays 10-0 back in 1895.

And when it comes to high school lacrosse rivalries there is nothing in the land that comes even close to the Boys’ Latin Lakers versus the St. Paul’s Crusaders match-ups. The rivalry continues tomorrow night when the two schools square-off for the 2014 MIAA “A” Conference title game at Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University. 

The two high quality preparatory schools have been playing against each other since 1933 and the overall school records are nearly equal:  BL has 50 total victories; St. Paul’s has 44 wins and there has been one tie.  Three times the schools have met for the conference title and all three times the Crusaders have won the game – twice by just a single goal.

On the field the schools have a real dislike for one another but off the field it is quite a different story. In fact it’s actually not just a rivalry but more like a “family feud.”  There is a bond between the two schools, one that is unique for such fierce competitors.  There have even been times when brothers from the same family have lined-up against one another in the big game.

The first lacrosse connection between the schools starts with legendary coach Howdy Myers, Boys’ Latin Class of 1929. Howdy was a terrific athlete in his day at BL but because Boys’ Latin didn’t start playing competitive lacrosse until 1929 Howdy never played the game in high school. Six years after he graduated from Boys’ Latin he started his coaching career at St. Paul’s after a few years each at the old Donaldson School and Friends School. At St. Paul’s Myers established a program that would be an area leader for generations.  Howdy won seven straight Maryland Scholastic Association (MSA) titles from 1940-1946 – a feat that will probably never be repeated.  Myers’ teams from 1943 – 1946 went 61-0! Boys’ Latin placed second in the league to Myers’ teams four times.

BL graduate Dietrich von Schwerdtner from the Class of 1948 learned the game from long time Boys’ Latin coach Claxton J. “Okey” O’Connor and began his coaching career winning several junior varsity titles at St. Paul’s in the early 1960s. Conversely, Ridge Warfield was a standout defenseman for the Crusaders in the early 1960s and from 1968-1979 a revered and much-loved coach at BL. While coaching the Lakers, Ridge won several junior varsity titles and as head coach of the varsity won 69% of his games. Ridge’s varsity teams went to three straight title games from 1977-1979. In the 1979 championship game, his last game at the Laker helm, Boys’ Latin lost 9-8 to none other than - St. Paul’s! 

One of Boys’ Latin’s first lacrosse stars was Cavendish “Cabbage” Darrell BL Class of 1930. “Cabbage” played on the Johns Hopkins University team that played in the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles and won the gold medal. Cabbage’s three sons, Butch, Skip, and Jack were lacrosse stars at St. Paul’s and in college.  In 1945 the Clausen brothers, Jack for St. Paul’s and Don for Boys’ Latin, played against each other in the game won by St. Paul’s 12-4. In the goal that day for Boys’ Latin was future National Lacrosse Hall of Famer Joe Sollers whose son Wick, was a star attackman for the Crusaders in the early 1970s.

Bob Vetters, Wayne Eisenhut, and Don Obrecht were all talented players who played varsity lacrosse for BOTH schools. Tom Mitchell was a star at BL who later played the game at the U.S. Naval Academy. Tom’s brothers Ben and Dick also had success wearing BL’s maroon and white togs. Their uncle, George was a star at St. Paul’s and a long time successful coach for the Crusaders.  George Mitchell won nine titles between 1957 and 1982 while leading the Crusader lacrosse program.  

In the mid-1960s BL’s Tom Peace, Class of 1965, played on the 1964 championship team for the Lakers and in 1966 Boys’ Latin faced St. Paul’s in a critical end of season game with Tom’s brother Jim - in the goal for the Crusaders.  In 1969 Dave Dempsey scored nine goals in a game against Boys’ Latin which to this day is still a record feat against a BL team.  Five years later his younger brother Brent was a starting attackman for Boys’ Latin against the Crusaders in a game won by BL 9-5. In the 1977 game won by Boys’ Latin in overtime Craig Cook scored two goals for the winners while his brother Jeff scored three times for the Crusaders.  Twins Chris Conkling (BL) and Charley Conkling (SP) played against each other in the 2000 season.  Charlie McComas, BL Class of 2008, was an outstanding defensive player for the Lakers and his father Michael was the same in the mid 1970s – for the Crusaders.  Current UMBC coach Don Zimmerman was a star for St. Paul’s in the early 1970s. A few years ago his son Jake was one of the Boys’ Latin team captains.  Current St. Paul’s head coach Rick Brocato  spent time as an assistant coach at BL and BL’s current offensive coach Gene Ubriaco spent a few years on the Blue and Gold sidelines.     

The connections go on and on – and on.  St. Paul’s has won 25 league titles to BL’s nine crowns. Twelve St. Paul’s graduates have won the Kelly Award (given to the best player in the state of Maryland) while twelve Lakers have also won the coveted Kelly trophy. BL’s record against St. Paul’s since relocating to Lake Avenue in 1960 is 48-22 but when the two teams line-up against each other – throw the records out - anyone can win.

Two weeks ago, in the last game of the regular season for both teams, BL defeated St. Paul’s 18-12. In 2010 BL won 11-10 in triple sudden-death overtime. In 2009 the game was won by Boys’ Latin 16-15 in sudden-death overtime. Both games rank as two of the most exiting games in recent memory. The 2010 championship contest turned into a 17-7 Crusader rout but was a close game through the middle of the third quarter.

Both teams received first round byes in this year’s MIAA playoffs and both defeated their foes in the semi-final games setting up the 2014 championship game.   

Anytime these two schools play each other I urge you to go to the game. If you like high school lacrosse and rivalries – tomorrow night’s game is a must see!  

This Week at Boys' Latin, September 16, 2013
9/16/2013

 

Pride & Tradition Yesterday: Donald R. Holland ’39   

Don Holland ’39 was born in Baltimore on October 30, 1922. According to his family, Don’s father was born in 1857 and his grandfather in 1797 making the lives of the three generations of Hollands span the terms of EVERY United States president.

Don arrived at Boys’ Latin along with his older brother Gordon Holland ’38 in the fall of 1937. The Hollands lived at Rolling Road and Edmondson Avenue in a house the family built and both of the boys transferred to BLS on Brevard Street from Catonsville High School. 

Don was a very good student finishing in the top five of his class of 21 with an 89.5 average. He was an honorable mention for the Class of 1939’s Best Boy and in his two years at BLS he was never once late or absent from school.

From Boys’ Latin he entered Johns Hopkins University graduating in 1943 with a degree in electrical engineering. His brother Gordon graduated from Hopkins in 1942 with a mechanical engineering degree. 

With war raging in Europe in the summer of 1943, Don enlisted in the United States Army serving as a 2nd Lieutenant. He was sent to Boston and trained at Harvard and MIT in the maintenance of anti-aircraft radar. He later was assigned commanding officer of the 259th Signal Radar Unit and spent six months in Europe with various anti-aircraft units defending against the German V1 and V2 missiles.  He received a letter of commendation from British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery for his work in the critical defense of Antwerp before and during the Battle of the Bulge.

In June 1946 he was discharged from the army with the rank of Captain.  

Don returned to Baltimore and began his career at the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company where he remained until his retirement in 1984 as a supervising engineer of the Electric Systems Engineering Division. During his four decade career at BG&E Don was responsible for developing the first microwave communications system to protect power grids from blackouts. He also served on various mid-Atlantic power grid committees.

He and his wife Hertha, who were married for 67 years, retired to St. Michael’s, MD in 1986. 

Don Holland died at the age of 90 on August 19, after a lengthy illness. He outlived his older brother Gordon by just 11 days.        

Boys’ Latin sends its condolences to both Holland families.

Pride & Tradition Today: Jamison M. McNulty ’09

Jamie McNulty ’09 graduated from Penn State University in May with a degree in Advertising & Public Relations as well as a Business & Liberal Arts minor. He served as President of the University's Men's Lacrosse Club and started at goalie. Penn State won the National College Lacrosse title back in May and his team was voted Division I team of the year.

Jamie is currently searching for career opportunities in both Baltimore as well as other cities up and down the east coast.

2013 Bull Roast

Start your Holiday Shopping at the BL Bull Roast! Mark your calendars…..Saturday, November 23, 5:00 pm - 9:00pm. Tickets will remain the same as last year - $45 for adults and $20 for children 12 and under. Tables of ten can be reserved for $450. Reservations can be made now with . 

If anyone wants to donate an item to the live or silent auctions please contact Mac Kennedy at mkennedy@boyslatinmd.com.

Admissions

BL’s Open House for potential students for the 2014-2015 academic year will take place on Sunday, October 20th. Please spread the word and/or let the Admissions Office aware of any families you know who might be interested in learning more about Boys’ Latin School.  

Student Shadow Days and Parent Interviews/Tours begin on September 23rd. For more information, call 410-377-5192 x1137.

This academic year, there are 70 families that have more than one son enrolled here at Boys’ Latin.    

BL Athletics

The BL football team is off to a good start. After traveling to Bethesda and shutting out Landon 10-0 the Lakers hosted Maryland Christian Home Academy Saturday and defeated the visitors 48-0.

BL’s football team will host the Kiski School on this Saturday, September 21, at 1:00 P.M.

The varsity soccer team will also host Kiski this Saturday at 12:00 noon.   

Alumni Notes

John Croker ’54 is retired and living in La Quinta, CA. He was in town last week and came to the Alumni House for lunch with fellow Latinists Bill Berndt ’54 and David Meese ’55.

John remembered his athletic days at BLS downtown. He spoke of an “awful game” as BL’s starting goalie in either 1953 or 1954. A few days after this “awful” day Joe Sollers ’47 came to visit him at school arriving at Boys’ Latin during school hours unannounced.  Joe knew a thing or two about playing goalie and today he is still considered one of the greatest goalies in the history of the game. 

John and Joe sat down on BL’s front steps on Brevard Street in between classes– something that was strictly forbidden back then.  Joe told John not to let a single game get him down – all goalies, even the great ones have bad days. Croker was just amazed at Sollers’ incredible kindness in taking the time to lift his spirits.

John said he will never forget that day.  

To anyone who knew Joe Sollers, being incredibly kind and genuine came real easy. It was just another day for him.  

John Fuller ’95 was recently named to the Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame. John was a three-time All-American and one of the most prolific goal scorers in Washington College men's lacrosse history. He scored between 35 and 42 goals in each of his four seasons for a career total of 159. He was also named a North-South Senior All-Star and played for the 1998 NCAA Division III National Championship team and the 1996 and 1997 NCAA Division III National Finalist teams.

Jason Carney ’96 is living in New York. Last week he announced that he has joined Atalaya Capital Management, an alternative investment firm primarily focused on investing in credit opportunities.  Jason will be spearheading the origination and sourcing functions.  

Andrew Taubman ’06 is living in Brooklyn, NY and working in Manhattan for Alton Lane, a Men’s Wear Company in New York.  

75 Years Ago

Boys’ Latin thrashed St. James of Hagerstown in football 33-0. The game was played at BL’s home field at Mt. Washington. John Wood ’41 scored 2 touchdowns and George Riepe ’40, Howdy Marshall ’39 and John Thomas ’41 each scored a TD. 

65 Years Ago

BL’s 6-man football squad consisted of the following players: Joe McFadden ’50, Skip LeBrun ’50, Mike DePasquale ’49, George Shriver ’50, Walter Calwell ’49, Jack Friant ’49, George Waxter ’49, Hugh Cochrane ’51, Bob McFee ’49, Alfred Bradley ’50, Markland Boyce ’50, Richard Koller ’50, Walt Kanwisher ’49, William Galvin ’50 and Leonard Bjorkman ’49 (mgr.)

40 Years Ago

Thirty students began football practice on September 4th and by the beginning of the season 23 were still playing. The team, coached by Rye Chapman, Jim Potter and Tom Peace ’65, was led by sophomore quarterback Hugh Andes ’76. Protecting Andes on the line were Bryant Waters ’74, Lee Buress ’75, Myrt Gaines ’74, Howdy Nichlas ’76, Mike Wallace ’74, Mike Preston ’75, Jimmy Talbert ’76, and Andy Wulff ’75.

In the backfield with Andes were Charlie Stieff ’74, Brad Gano ’74 and Phil Federico ’75. Wayne Birely ’75, Mike Maulsby ’75, and Scott Thompson ’74 were going to make up the receiving corps.

In a preseason scrimmage against Sanford of Delaware, BL lost the services due to injuries of Mark Dorney ’74 and Roger Levin ’74.  

BL got off to a slow start losing the opening game to Tatnall School of Delaware 19-18 but the following week the Lakers rebounded with a 32-0 thrashing of Severn School.

30 Years Ago

Head Coach Bob Shriver ’69 had one of his better soccer teams. He told The Baltimore Sun, “I’d hate to go overboard, but I’ve never seen a BL team play this well. We’ve got a lot of good young soccer players here.” Shriver also told The Sun that Chuck White ’84 and Kevin McCloskey ’84 were “outstanding.”

The Laker soccer team had two impressive wins. The host Lakers defeated Arlington Baptist 3-0 on goals by Dwayne Jennings ’84 (2) and Michael Sher ’84. Against Friends in Homeland BL won 3-0 with goals coming from Ken Greco ’84, Marshal Morgan ’85, and Steve Attias ’84.

 

“The love, dedication, and drive to help each student both academically and personally, is what makes the Boys’ Latin faculty and staff so unique.” Ed Hidalgo ’89 (June 1994)

 

 

 

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