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Montgomery Invitational Coverage Jan 8, 2012

Osbourn Park girls ran just outside of US top 10 with VA #2 clocking of 1:44.80 in the 4x200. Relay member Breanna Walker won the 300 meter dash with a VA #4 time of 40.76.   Too easy for Annandale's Ahmed Bile as he wins his indoor season debut race with a 4:21 mile.   More highlights to come from the Montgomery Invitational.   Meet Results Photo Gallery by Andrew Kicinski - 3,173 photos total

Upcoming Week 1/3 - 1/8 Tons of Meets! Jan 3, 2012

  01/05 Glen Mills Relays Glen Mills Schools  Glen Mills, PA 01/06 Delaware Invitational University of Delaware Newark, DE 01/06 UMES Coach O HS Invite University of Maryland Eastern Shore Princess Anne, MD 01/07 Golden Bear Invitational Kutztown University  Kutztown, PA 01/07 - 01/08 Hispanic Games presented by The Navy The Armory  New York, NY 01/07 Montgomery Invitational Walter Johnson High School  Landover, MD 01/07 UAGTCA Indoor Meet #1   Chester, PA 01/08 Delaware Open Meet University of Delaware Newark, DE 01/08 N5CTA Indoor Track and Field Meet   Haverford, PA  

Upcoming Week 1/3 - 1/8 Tons of Meets! Jan 2, 2012

  01/03 District 5 Challenge   Baltimore, Md 01/03 Terry Baker Invitational   Landover, MD 01/04 Anne Arundel v. Howard   Landover, MD 01/04 Bayside League Meet   Snow Hill, MD 01/04 HCC B Developmental Meet   Hagerstown, Md 01/05 PG County Novice Championships   Landover, MD 01/06 Antietam Conference Championships   Hagerstown, Md 01/06 Delaware Invitational University of Delaware Newark, DE 01/06 UMES Coach O HS Invite University of Maryland Eastern Shore Princess Anne, MD 01/07 CCBC-ESSEX INVITATIONALS Community College of Baltimore County Baltimore, Md 01/07 Chesapeake & Piedmont Conference Championships   Hagerstown, Md 01/07 Golden Bear Invitational Kutztown University  Kutztown, PA 01/07 - 01/08  

Girls Athlete of the Week: Maggie Rampolla, Maryvale, indoor track Jan 11, 2012

Despite suffering from tonsillitis, the senior pole vaulter set a meet record by clearing 11 feet, 3 inches Saturday to win the Montgomery Invitational title. Rampolla returned to the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex Sunday for an unsanctioned all-comers meet and cleared 11 feet, 6 inches — a personal best. By comparison, 11 feet 3 would have won a state public school title in all four classifications last winter. A former Level 8 gymnast who began pole vaulting as a freshman, the 5-foot-2 Rampolla is the defending IAAM champion indoors and a three-time IAAM champion outdoors. She qualified for the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships last summer after competing with the DC Vault club but opted not to make the trip. Rampolla, who plays soccer for the Lions, also competes in the long jump, triple jump and 800-meter relay. She had a 3.85 GPA last semester and is drawing attention from such college programs as Clemson, Maryland, Tennessee and Tulane. (via baltimoresun.com)

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