He was young. He seemed cool and hip. He wore his hair long and he rode a motorcycle. ... He was a priest, but he seemed more like a regular guy.
"Todd Hicks" is a former American soccer defender (football)/left back who played in the National Professional Soccer League (1984-2001)/National Professional Soccer League, USISL and USL Second Division. He coaches youth soccer. And currently lives in Hanover, PA.
Hicks attended Bowie High School (Maryland)/Bowie High School where he played on the 1990 and 1991 State High School champion soccer team. In 1992, he entered Towson State University, playing on the men's soccer team until 1995.
In 1995, the Baltimore Spirit of the National Professional Soccer League (1984-2001)/National Professional Soccer League selected Hicks in the NPSL Territorial Draft. He spent the six seasons with the team. In his first two seasons, the team used the Spirit name and in the next four they were known as the Baltimore Blast (current)/Baltimore Blast. In addition to his indoor career, Hicks played outdoor soccer. In 1996, 1998 and 1999, he spent the summers with the Delaware Wizards of the USISL. In 1997, he played for the Baltimore Bays (USISL)/Baltimore BaysMore Todd Hicks on Wikipedia.
The defendant had a dark side. His lifestyle was preach on Sunday, molest Monday through Friday and pray on Saturday.