Players to watch
Achiri Ade, Seton Keough, 6-1, Sr., Forward
Daisy Aleaze, Roland Park Country School, 5-9, Jr., Forward
Shaquila Curtis, Archbishop Spalding, 5-9, Sr., Guard/Forward
Zameria Jones, Joppatowne, 5-4, Sr., Guard
Alexus Harrison, Digital Harbor, 6-0, So., Forward
Candice Hendricks, McDonogh School, 5-10, Sr., Guard
Maggie Morrison, Archbishop Spalding, 5-8, Sr., Guard
Amber Singletary, Seton Keough, 5-9, Sr., Guard
Jannah Tucker, New Town, 6-0, So., Guard
Ciarra Webb, Patterson, 5-9, Sr., Guard
Games to watch
No. 7 St. Frances Academy at No. 14 Arundel, Dec. 6: Defending IAAM A champions visits 2010 4A state champions in yearly non-league match.
No. 1 Archbishop Spalding vs. Riverdale Baptist at Poly, Dec. 10: Area’s best tests its’ worth against Prince George’s County powerhouse, ranked 15th nationally by USA Today.
No. 2 Seton Keough vs. No. 4 Digital Harbor at Poly, Dec. 11: Top 5 showdown part of Breezy Bishop Showcase.
No. 2 Seton Keough at No. 1 Spalding, Dec. 17: Round one between IAAM A heavyweights.
No. 1 Spalding at No. 5 McDonogh School, Jan. 5: Eagles look to get Cavaliers in Spalding’s first local match after Nike Tournament of Champions in Arizona.
Western at No. 4 Digital Harbor, Jan. 7: Rams look to signal changing of the guard in Baltimore City league.
No. 1 Spalding at No. 4 Digital Harbor, Jan. 13: Baltimore City league’s best welcomes team to beat in IAAM A.
No. 7 St. Frances Academy at No. 1 Spalding, Jan. 21: Rematch of last season’s IAAM A finals.
No. 14 Arundel at No. 10 Meade, Feb. 1: The Mustangs look to avenge only losses from last season, and serve notice in Anne Arundel County.
No. 8 Aberdeen at No. 3 Joppatowne, Feb. 10: Likely the “Game of the Year,” in UCBAC.