Can Elizabeth Seton stay on top? Find out who is winning the race for the title of Best Team in MD.
We give an update to our girls power rankings - where is your team? Did they crack the top five? Find out here!
Check out Elizabeth Seton open the season in a big way! With good stick passing and some fast ladies they ran their way to US #1 spot to begin the season. Check this race and over a hundred more here too!
The DeMatha Catholic boys and Elizabeth Seton girls traveled all the way down to Birmingham, Alabama this past weekend to compete at the Ice Breaker Invitational.
A list of the top girls indoor track & field performances in the state of Maryland as of December 31st. Links to full event rankings as well. Any mistakes or missing results/performances, email to email@example.com
A light-hearted attitude and a competitive drive carried sprinter to a WCAC championship sweep (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Roadrunners performed well in South Carolina; took five seconds off time at Penn Relays (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
A list of the accepted individual entrants in the high school events for the 2013 Penn Relays to be held on the last weekend of April in Philadelphia, PA at University of Penn's Franklin Field. All Maryland and DC athletes are highlighted in bold.
Syers overcomes injury, misdiagnosis (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
After clearing her first hurdle as a 3-year-old eluding a dog, Javonne Antoine has jumped to the top (via )
Stevens happy with choice after Roadrunners win sixth consecutive championship (via )
TRACK AND FIELD | Gonzaga’s Mike Crozier earns top honors at WCAC meet, but DeMatha wins team crown. (via )
Chelsie Stevens’ notable career is highlighted by a race she didn’t win (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Carroll’s Kiah Seymour powers to three impressive victories, but Seton pulls out the girls’ title while Gonzaga wins its fourth straight boys’ championship. (via Washington Post)
An exciting two days of competition as several out-of-state teams and indivdiuals certainly enhanced the fields at the Boo Williams Winter Break Invitational in Hampton. The Elizabeth Seton girls from Maryland and Wakefield boys from North Carolina won the team titles. More to come from the meet including photo gallery and meet summary. Complete results and all race videos posted.
This was an exciting weekend for the state of Maryland! It featured a new meet (Pikesville Track Classic), a cool new event (1500m Steeple at Woodward Relays), the return of a star (Alison Smith - 2:18 800 at PTC), and many meet records (Jeremy Samuels - DeMatha 48.26 400m MRW Meet; Warren Gray, Oxon Hill 46-9.25 Triple MRW, Christy Johnson - Bryn Mawr - 4:59.86 1600m MRW) to name three. Maryland even dominated many events at a Northern Virginia meet! Read on for summaries!