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2005 - 2006 Media Guide. General Information Location: 5114 North Charles St Baltimore, MD 21230 Enrollment: 975 (Upper School: 367) Founded:1784 Faculty/Student.

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2 General Information Location: 5114 North Charles St Baltimore, MD Enrollment: 975 (Upper School: 367) Founded:1784 Faculty/Student Ratio: 1:11 Affiliation: MIAA B Conference Phone: Administration Head of School: Matthew Micciche Asst Head of School: Kathy Smith Director of Admissions Middle School: Karen Dates Assoc. Director of Admissions Upper School: Josh Carlin Basketball Staff Head Varsity Coach: Brian Anglim Assistant Varsity Coach: Matthew Sherman Head JV Coach: Mark Sissman Assistant JV Coach: Leonatey Bazemore Phone: (Brian Anglim) Athletic Department Director of Athletics: Jon Garman Associate Athletic Director: Anne McGinty Head Athletic Trainer: Kathy Beaulieu Sports Information Director: Amy Mortimer Friends of BaltimoreQuick Facts

3 Senior Class Plans on Starting New Winning Tradition A veteran Quaker basketball team will take the floor for the season under new head coach Brian Anglim. After a frustrating season, eight seniors are excited and focused on a new start and a new direction for the basketball program. Brian Anglim returns to Friends after a four-year hiatus. Coach Anglim led the Friends junior varsity team in 1999 and 2000, winning two state championships in his only two seasons at Friends. His return has created a buzz on campus and amongst the alumni. Coach Anglim revealed, I am fortunate that this opportunity at Friends presented itself to me. The environment at this school is just amazing and its a pleasure to work with such special kids and faculty members. I have every belief that we will return to the high level of basketball excellence that this program once exuded. The Quakers had a productive summer preparing for the upcoming season. Holding open gym scrimmages throughout the summer, the new coaching staff had the opportunity to work with the players in instilling the philosophies and systems for the upcoming season. These open gym periods were a great opportunity for the team to understand my expectations and for me to learn about them as players. As a staff we were able to start putting in the basic concepts of our full court pressure man-to-man defense and our fast break style of offense. explains Coach Anglim. Players also participated in their own individual development workouts, basketball camps, and many competed on various AAU basketball teams. The Quakers return eight seniors and three starters from last years team. The team is highlighted by second-team All-Conference guard Patrick Sissman. Patrick has been on the varsity team since his freshman year and is on the verge of eclipsing the 1,000 point barrier. The backcourt will be rounded out with speedy senior point guard Maxxwell Davis and talented sophomore combination guard Justin Prushansky. At the swing position, the Quakers show great depth with rapidly improving Ronald Johnson, sharpshooter Jon Alston, and last years starter Tommy Adolph, who is recovering from a serious injury. Combination forward Phil Bartolinis versatility will be a great asset to the team as he is equally skilled playing on the inside and outside and has tremendous passing abilities. The post positions will be manned by shot-blocking senior Max Hammaker, physical banger sophomore Tommy Goldman, athletic and intense senior Bo Heitz, and the silky smooth sophomore Joe Richardson. I really like the depth of our team, says Anglim It should lead to some competitive practices and allow us to play a fast paced style of basketball. If the experienced seniors and these three talented sophomores can mesh as a team we could be the first Friends team to ever qualify for the MIAA B Conference playoffs. Its an achievable goal Season Outlook

4 No.NamePositionHtClass 22Tommy AdolphForward6-1Senior 24Jon AlstonGuard6-0Senior 32Phil BartoliniForward6-1Senior 12Maxxwell DavisGuard5-9Senior 44Tommy GoldmanCenter6-2Sophomore 52 Max HamakerCenter6-3Senior 40Bo HeitzCenter6-2Senior 20Ronald JohnsonForward6-0Senior 10Justin PrushanskyGuard5-11Sophomore 42Joe RichardsonForward6-2Sophomore 14Patrick SissmanGuard6-0Senior Friends Roster

5 Tommy will be entering his third year as a varsity basketball player. He is a talented offensive player with solid shooting skills and is effective in beating defenders off the dribble. His unselfish attitude and passing ability greatly increase the effectiveness of the Quaker halfcourt offense. Tommy Adolph #22 Jon Alston – Jon is an excellent athlete. He is gifted with great strength, leaping ability, and speed. Jon couples his athletic ability with a great 3 point jump shot and serves as the teams designated zone buster. He runs the floor relentlessly and is a key to the Quakers up- tempo attack. Jon Alston #12 Maxxwell Davis – Maxxwell is a high energy player with great speed. He is great at putting ball pressure on opposing point guards and relentlessly pushes the basketball. Maxxwell isnt afraid to mix it up in the paint and is a very strong rebounding guard. Maxxwell was also elected captain by his teammates and was the MVP of this years Soccer team. Phil Bartolini #22 Phil Bartolini – Phil is a versatile offensive and defensive player. He is one of the top rebounders on the team and leads fast breaks off of defensive rebounds. Phil has ball handling and passing skills that are rarely found amongst post players. Maxxwell Davis #12 MeetThe Players

6 Tommy Goldman – Tommy is a physical, defensive minded post player. He relishes contact and brings tremendous intensity into the game. He is a very good position rebounder and often serves as the defensive stopper against opposing post players. Tommy is rapidly improving as a jump shooter. He also is the guitarist for the band August. Tommy Goldman #44 Max Hammaker – Max is the teams leading shotblocker and offers a strong defensive presence to the team. He runs the floor very well for a big man and is quickly improving as a rebounder and offensive low post player. Bo Heitz – Bo is the fastest post player on the team. He is relentless in running both ends of the floor. He has good length and uses it on the defensive end closing down passing lanes and challenging shooters. He is an exceptional offensive rebounder who relentlessly pursues the basketball. He is one of the best help defenders on the team. Ronald Johnson – Ronald made dramatic strides in the summer as a basketball player. Ronald is a very good athlete but his defensive fundamentals have improved to the point where he is now the best defensive player on the team. His shooting has also improved and has gained a better understanding of how to move without the basketball. Despite being a small forward on the team, he is one of the teams best rebounders. Max Hamaker #52 Bo Heitz #40 Ronald Johnson # 20 MeetThe Players

7 Justin Prushansky – Justin is an exceptional shooter. He has deep three point range and is a fantastic free throw shooter. Justin does an excellent job in getting into the lane where he is very creative with his passing and has a crafty ability to draw fouls. Justin has shown great ability to hit key free in key situations Justin Prushansky #10 Joe Richardson – Joe is a talented sophomore who is moving up to the varsity after a very successful campaign on the junior varsity. Joe is an great offensive and defensive rebounder. He has excellent quickness within the paint which allows him to get rebounds outside of his area. Joe owns a very quick first step which he uses to beat bigger defenders off the dribble. Patrick Sissman – Patrick is a returning for his forth year on the varsity and is serving his third year as captain. Patrick is a point guard with a strong ability to beat players off the dribble, creating opportunities for himself and his teammates. He has 3 point range and has the ability to pull up from three off the dribble. Last year, Patrick led the team in points, assists, and steals. He currently stands only 240 points away from eclipsing the 1000 point barrier. Patrick has also played with the highly competitive Baltimore Stars AAU team. Joe Richardson #42 Patrick Sissman #14 MeetThe Players

8 Brian Anglim - Head Varsity Coach Coach Anglim returns to Friends after a five-year hiatus. He was the Junior Varsity coach in 1999 and 2000 and won two state championships, compiling an impressive record of 44 and 4. Prior to coming to Friends, Coach Anglim served as an assistant coach at Washington College under the legendary coach Tom Finnegan. His first coaching experiences came as the head coach of West Nottingham Academy in Colora, Maryland. As a player, Brian Anglim played at St. Marys College under former Cardinal Gibbons coach Bob Flynn. Coach Anglim has served as a coach at a number of basketball camps, including the prestigious Morgan Wooten Camp and Coach Don Meyers College Development Camps. He has a degree in History from St. Marys College and is the Senior Technical Instructor at Training America. He and his wife, Marina, live in Federal Hill in Baltimore. Matthew Sherman – Assistant Varsity Coach Coach Matthew Sherman is entering his fourth season as the varsity assistant coach. He is a graduate of Friends and was an instrumental player on the state championship team in 99. He has coached at a number of basketball camps and provides personal basketball training for local athletes. Coach Sherman assists in all aspects of the Varsity basketball program, in particular the individual development with the Friends guards. He is working on finishing his degree at UMBC and lives in downtown Baltimore. MeetThe Coaches

9 DayDateTimeOpponent TueNov 294:30 p.m.at Beth T'Filoh ThuDec 15:45 p.m.Lutheran SatDec 35:30 p.m.St. Mary's TueDec 65:00 p.m.at Mt. Carmel WedDec 75:00 p.m.at Chapelgate Christian FriDec 97:00 p.m.Mt. Zion TueDec 135:45 p.m.Arlington Baptist ThuDec 155:45 p.mJohn Carroll SatDec 173:00 p.m.at Boys Latin [Sherry Shootout] MonDec 194:00 p.m.at Park WedDec 213:00 p.m.at Gilman WedDec 288:00 p.m.Mt. Carmel [Tournament] ThuDec 296 or 8p.m.Tournament TueJan 35:45 p.m.Curley ThuJan 55:15 p.mat Pallotti SatJan 145:30 p.m.C.H.E.N. WedJan 185:45 p.m.St. Paul's For Boys FriJan 207:30 p.m.Gilman MonJan 234:00 p.m.at St. Paul's For Boys WedJan 255:45 p.m.at John Carroll FriJan 277:00 p.m.Boys Latin TueJan 316:00 p.m.at Curley WedFeb 15:30 p.m.at Severn FriFeb 37:00 p.m.Pallotti TueFeb 76:15 p.m.at St. Mary's FriFeb 107:00 p.mSevern Winter Quakers : Varsity Boys Basketball Schedule Matthew Micciche Head of School Jon Garman '75 Athletic Director Anne McGinty Associate Director Kathy Beaulieu Athletic Trainer


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