Boys Runner of the Decade: Eric Walz (Dulaney High School, Class of 2016)
Photo by Lisa McArthur
Personal Bests: 15:44 3M, 15:27 5K
Medals: 3 county, 3 region, 1 state
Walz spearheaded a resurgence of the Dulaney boy's program that hadn't finished higher than fifth at states since 2001. After running on the JV team as a freshman in 2012 he began to break out in the spring, winning a regional title in the 3200. In 2013 he led a young-and-improving Dulaney squad out of the gate, running 16:26 at the Spiked Shoe Invitational and never looking back. He won both county and regional titles and placed ninth at states as Dulaney finished as the team runners-up. As a junior he ran 15:33 to kick off his season at the Barnhart Invitational, placing third at one of the fastest in-state races of the decade. He won the elite race at the Bull Run Invitational and repeated as county and regional champion, then finished second at the 4A state meet, as did the Lions as a team once again. He capped off his junior year with a 16th-place finish at NXR Southeast. As a senior he became just the second runner of the decade (and would finish as the second runner of the decade) to break 15:30 on his home course by running 15:27 at the Barnhart Invitational. He didn't lose a non-league meet race within the state all season, a streak which he completed by becoming the school's first-ever XC state champion. Behind Walz the Dulaney boys also won their first team state title since 1983. He finished off his cross country career at Dulaney by placing tenth at NXR Southeast.
Walz's 15:27 5K personal best ranks 20th among all Maryland runners throughout the course of the decade. His 15:44 winning time from the Bull Run Invitational as a senior ranks seventh in the course's seven-year history. When he won the state title in 2015 he became the first Baltimore County runner since 1976 (Mike Sheely, Kenwood) to win the state's largest classification. Walz was also one of just 13 Maryland runners to have finished in the top ten at NXR Southeast this past decade.
College: North Carolina State University
Personal Bests: 25:59 8K
Walz ran an 8K personal best at the 2016 VertCross Invitational.
Taylor Baranoski (Eastern Technical High School, Class of 2017)
Photo by John Roemer
Personal Bests: 16:03 3M, 16:22 5K
Medals: 1 region, 1 state
A star on the track (he won the 2A outdoor 1600 meter title as a junior), Baranoski hopped onto the course as a senior and found late-season success. He finished ninth at both the Barnhart and Spiked Shoe invitationals early in the season, running his 5K personal best at the latter. He stayed in the mid-16s range throughout October, placing third at the Baltimore County Championships and then winning the 2A North regional title by 54 seconds. Still, he was not quite considered one of the favorites for the 2A state title entering the championship race - though you wouldn't tell from the results. Baranoski surged into the final mile of the race, extending his lead up and over the dip and winning by nearly 15 seconds to win the school's first-ever individual state XC title (boys or girls).
His 16:03 time from the 2016 state championship is the third-fastest time by a county runner on the new course, trailing only Walz and Peter Sorensen. He, Walz and Mason Rivera are the only Baltimore County individual state XC champions since 1995.
College: University of Maryland - Baltimore County
Personal Bests: 16:02 5K, 25:28 8K
Baranoski ran both 5K and 8K personal bests in the fall of 2019, the latter coming at the Paul Short Invitational. He also recorded his highest finish at the America East Conference championships (48th) in 2019.
Vincent Ciattei (Perry Hall High School, Class of 2013)
Photo by Steve Lee
Personal Bests: 16:35 3M, 15:42 5K
Medals: 1 county, 1 region
One of the best milers of the decade in the state, Ciattei also became one of the top cross country runners of his class. As a sophomore Ciattei ran JV races at the beginning of the year (finishing second at the Barnhart Invitational and first at the Baltimore County championships) and worked his way onto the varsity team, placing seventh at regionals. He set a new 5K personal best (16:24) out of the gate as a junior, then won his first major race at the Gunpowder Invitational. Ciattei also won his first 4A North regional title and placed seventh at states. As a senior he finished second in the elite section at the Bull Run Invitational and then placed sixth in the prestigious Eastern States race at the Manhattan College Invitational. He won his first Baltimore County title and repeated as regional champion before placing third at the 4A state championship. Ciattei rounded out his cross country career by placing 17th at the 2012 Foot Locker Northeast regional.
His 12:26 time at the 2012 Manhattan Invitational was the top time by a Maryland runner at the meet over the course of the decade. Ciattei's 15:42.57 winning time at the 2012 Gunpowder Invitational was the meet's fastest time of the decade. Both his place (17th) and time (16:08.80) at Foot Locker Northeast in 2012 ranked as the seventh-best by Maryland runners since 2010.
College: Virginia Tech University
Personal Bests: 18:31 6K, 24:00 8K, 30:25 10K
Ciattei set his 8K personal best as a senior in the fall of 2017, running 24:00 on two separate occasions (including the ACC Championships, where he placed 18th). He also ran a 10K personal best at DI Southeast regional where he helped Virginia Tech qualify for the national championship. There, Ciattei placed 190th in his final cross country race at Virginia Tech.
Jonathan Luckin (Hereford High School, Class of 2013)
Photo by Steven Pham
Personal Bests: 16:22 3M, 15:52 5K
Medals: 1 region
After running track as a freshman, Luckin ran cross country for the first time as a sophomore in the fall of 2010. It didn't take long before he was one of the county's top runners, as he finished fifth (the final member of a 1-5 sweep for the Bulls that year) at the county championships. He went on to medal at regionals (sixth) and finish just one spot outside the top 25 at the 3A state championships. As a junior, Luckin's best performances arguably came on his home course: he finished tenth in the elite race at the Bull Run Invitational in September and fifth at the state meet, helping Hereford win its second state title in a row. In between he finished second at the county championships and won his first regional title. During his senior year he kept his streak of running faster each time he ran his home course, first finishing fourth in the elite race at the Bull Run Invitational and then third at the state meet. Hereford once again swept county, regional and state titles, and in between he also ran a 5K personal best at the 3A North regional meet. His last career high school cross country race came at Foot Locker Northeast where he placed 32nd.
Luckin and fellow classmates Julian Rivera and Kevin Payne are the only Baltimore County runners to win three state XC titles since 1983. Between 2010 and 2012, only eight other Maryland runners ran faster at Hereford's home course than Luckin did (and none from Baltimore County). His 15:52 time at Gunpowder Falls State Park - the site of the Gunpowder Invitational and numerous regional meets - is the fifth-fastest of the decade.
College: University of Maryland - Baltimore County
Personal Bests: 15:29 5K, 24:46 8K, 31:42 10K
Luckin broke the 25-minute mark in the 8K as a junior at the 2015 Princeton Invitational. His top finishes at both the America East (14th) Conference championships and NCAA DI Mid-Atlantic regionals (61st) came during his sophomore season the year before.
Julian Rivera (Hereford High School, Class of 2013)
Photo by Don Rich
Personal Bests: 16:28 3M, 15:46 5K
Medals: 1 county, 1 region
Rivera worked his way from the JV team (second and third in the underclassman JV races at the Barnhart Invitational and county championships, respectively) onto the varsity squad (14th at the 3A North regionals) as a freshman at Hereford in 2009. As a sophomore he placed fourth at both the Baltimore County championships (one of the five Bulls that swept the top five spots) and the 3A North regionals. He was the team's fourth finisher at states (21st) as Hereford won its first boys state title since 1978. In 2011, Rivera and Luckin took over the top two spots left by Julian's older brother Mason and fellow senior Ben Bemis. Rivera first broke 17 minutes in the 5K at the Barnhart Invitational and returned to Dulaney later that fall to win his first major title at the Baltimore County championships. He went on to finish eighth at states and help the Bulls defend their state title against a strong Linganore team that lost by just three points. In his senior season, Rivera traded a county title (finishing second behind Perry Hall's Vincent Ciattei) for his first regional title, where he ran a 5K personal best. Rivera finished fourth at the 3A state meet, as a Hereford team comprised of seven seniors (including Luckin) dominated with just 52 points to win their third title in a row.
His 15:46 5K personal best is fourth on the county leaderboard throughout the decade. Rivera's 16:28 time on the old Hereford course ranks 14th among Maryland runners from 2010 to 2012, and only Luckin and Rivera's brother Mason had faster times among county runners. His 15:46 5K time at Gunpowder Falls ranks as third-fastest among Maryland runners throughout the decade, one spot above his teammate Luckin and just four seconds behind the top two spots owned by Ciattei and Catoctin's David Dorsey.
Mason Rivera (Hereford High School, Class of 2011)
Photo by John Roemer
Personal Bests: 15:58 3M, 16:06 5K
Medals: 2 county, 2 region, 1 state
After running on the JV squad as a freshman back in the fall of 2007, Rivera joined the varsity team as a sophomore and helped the team score its highest finish at states (fourth) since 2003. That year he finished 17th at the Baltimore County championships and 41st (the team's third finisher) at states. As a junior Rivera truly became one of the top runners in the state, running a 5K personal best at the Bobcat Invitational and winning his first Baltimore County and 3A North regional titles. He wrapped up his junior season with a third-place finish at the 3A state meet, tying for the top finish in school history dating back to 1988. At the 2010 Bull Run Invitational Rivera finished second in the elite school race at the Bull Run Invitational behind 3A rival Braden Bruning. After winning his second consecutive county and regional titles, Rivera came back for another matchup with Bruning at states, and this time came out on top, becoming Hereford's first individual (male) state champion since John Cornwell in 1977. He also led Hereford to its first state title since the year after Cornwell's victory in 1978. He finished his cross country career at Hereford by running 16:14 at Nike Cross Southeast.
Rivera and Eric Walz are the only two Baltimore County runners to have won multiple regional titles since 2009. Dating back to 1989, Rivera is one of three Baltimore County runners (along with Eric Walz and Parkville's Joe Smith in 1995) to win a state title in the 3A or 4A classifications. Between 2010 and 2012 only five other Maryland runners ran faster at the Bull Run Invitational (not the Hereford course in general) than Rivera's 16:38 time as a senior.
College: Appalachian State University
Personal Bests: 26:37 8K
Peter Sorensen (Towson High School, Class of 2021)
Photo by John Roemer
Personal Bests: 16:03 3M, 15:54 5K
Medals: 1 county
Sorensen was part of a wave of young talent that arrived at Towson in 2016 and 2017 and has taken the Generals to their highest mark since the turn of the millennium. As a freshman Sorensen finished fifth in the freshman/sophomore race at the Baltimore County championships, running a season best time of 17:06. He was the team's second-highest finisher at states where he ran 17:56, good for 39th in the 3A race. Sorensen emerged as the team's leader as a sophomore in 2018, breaking 17 minutes in the 5K for the first time at the Baltimore County championships. He finished sixth at counties and fifth at regionals, where the Generals edged C. Milton Wright by four points to win their fifth title in a six-year span. He would go on to finish 13th at states, the team's second-highest finisher since 2006, and Towson placed third as a team for the first time since 1998. Sorensen then finished second in the Rising Stars division at Nike Cross Southeast. This past fall, outside of a 14th-place effort in the elite race at Bull Run, he finished no lower than third at any major race. That included third-place finishes at the Westminster and Gunpowder invitationals and then his first major victory at the Baltimore County championships. He would go on to finish second at both regionals and states, the highest finish by a Towson runner since Lindsey Duvall won the Class A (the equivalent of 3A today) title in 1985.
Among Baltimore County runners, only Eric Walz has a faster time on the new Hereford course than Sorensen's 16:03.31 time from this past year's state meet. His 15:54 5K personal best also ranks ninth throughout the decade in the county and is the 15th-fastest time of the decade at Dulaney's home course.
All-County Second Team:
Austin Carey (Dulaney High School, Class of 2016)
Adolfo Carvalho (Dulaney High School, Class of 2015)
Drew Dailey (Dulaney High School, Class of 2019)
Jonathan Ellis (Towson High School, Class of 2017)
Jordan Leon (Milford Mill High School, Class of 2015)
Brian McCullough (Dulaney High School, Class of 2018)
Sean Smyth (Dulaney High School, Class of 2016)
Table of Champions:
2010 (Dulaney HS): Mason Rivera (Hereford) - 16:29
2011: Julian Rivera (Hereford) - 16:12
2012: Vincent Ciattei (Perry Hall) - 16:05
2013: Eric Walz (Dulaney) - 16:12
2014: Eric Walz (Dulaney) - 15:49
2015: Eric Walz (Dulaney) - 15:43
2016: Jonathan Ellis (Towson) - 16:03
2017 (Baltimore County Agricultural Center): Drew Dailey (Dulaney) - 16:19
2018: Drew Dailey (Dulaney) - 16:07
2019 (Dulaney HS): Peter Sorensen (Towson) - 15:54
Girls Runner of the Decade: Isabel Griffith (Dulaney High School, Class of 2014)
Photo by Jon Fleming
Personal Bests: 19:40 3M, 17:49 5K
Medals: 2 county, 3 region, 1 state
As a freshman at Dulaney in 2010, Griffith won the freshman/sophomore race at the Barnhart Invitational and was a top-50 finisher at the 4A state meet. After a freshman track season during which she finished sixth at outdoor states in the 3200, Griffith became one of Maryland's top distance runners. She registered top-five finishes at Barnhart, Georgetown Prep (seeded race) and Bull Run (elite race). She broke 19 minutes in a runner-up effort at the county championships, won her first regional title and finished third at the state meet. In 2012, Griffith picked up her first major invitational victory on her home course at the Barnhart Invitational, and was also the top Maryland finisher at the Glory Days Invitational where she ran a season-best 18:49 5K. She won both county and regional titles but finished fourth at the 4A state meet, one spot lower than she had finished as a sophomore (that fourth-place finish, however, would be the lowest of her high school career going forward in any race above 1600 meters, excluding NXN and nationals). Griffith kicked off her senior season with a second-place finish in the elite race at the Spiked Shoe Invitational, then went on to win three straight races on her home course (Barnhart - where she ran 17:49 - counties, and regionals). She won all three by at least 15 seconds, and the last by over a minute. After having finished second or third at states six times in her career up to that point, Griffith won her first state title at McDaniel College, beating the runner-up, B-CC's Nora McUmber, by 26 seconds. She didn't stop there, either, finishing fifth at NXN Southeast and earning a trip to Portland, Oregon. There she finished her high school cross country career with a 52nd-place effort at Nike Cross Nationals.
Griffith is one of just two Baltimore County girls to have run under 18 minutes in the 5K this decade, and her time ranks among the top ten on the Maryland leaderboard during this time frame. She is the only girl to have run sub-18 on her home course at Dulaney during the decade as well. Griffith is one of just four runners to have represented Maryland at Nike Cross Nationals during the decade, along with McUmber, Ellie Gonzalez and Emily Mulhern. In 2013, she became the first Baltimore County girl to win a XC state title in the state's highest classification since Dulaney's Tenke Zoltani did so in 1999.
College: University of Pennsylvania
Personal Bests: 14:44 4K, 17:49 5K, 21:37 6K
Griffith set 4K and 5K collegiate bests in the fall of 2015 as a sophomore; that year, she also registered her highest Ivy League conference finish (32nd) and finished 55th at the NCAA DI Mid-Atlantic regionals. As a junior in 2016 she ran her 6K personal best at the Paul Short Invitational.
Erin Causey (Hereford High School, Class of 2014)
Photo by Jon Fleming
Personal Bests: 19:21 3M, 18:49 5K
Medals: 1 county, 1 state
Throughout the decade, only five girls won individual state titles as freshmen. Causey was the first to do so back in 2010. That year she had finished seventh at both the Howard County and Bull Run invitationals, but it was not until the back half of the season in October that she really caught fire. She won the Baltimore County title (the only freshman to do so this decade) and, after a runner-up finish to North Harford's Megan Schott at the 3A North regionals, she won the state title on her home course by 18 seconds, leading Hereford to its first state title in 2005 (and kicking off the most powerful cross country dynasty of the decade). As a sophomore Causey was once again the regional runner-up, this time behind her teammate Sara Carter, and placed fifth at the state meet, helping the Bulls score the same 48 points they had the year before. In 2012, Causey returned back to the top five at the Baltimore County championships and finished second at the 3A North regionals for the third consecutive year, this time behind another teammate, Meghan Anderson. Despite her team-leading fourth-place finish at states, Hereford fell back to fifth in the team scores that year. As a senior Causey ran her best time on the Dulaney High School course (19:12) at the Barnhart Invitational and finished third at the county championship, and after not running at regionals she finished 12th at the 2A state meet, helping Hereford handily win its third title in four years.
As mentioned above, Causey was the only freshman to win a Baltimore County title during the decade. Causey was also one of just five freshmen, along with Emily Mulhern, Brit Lang, Haley Cummins and Erin McQuitty (only Mulhern and Cummins did so in the 3A classification).
College: University of Maryland
Personal Bests: 19:25 5K, 22:56 6K
Causey ran her 6K personal best at the 2017 Paul Short Invitational as a senior. The year before she competed at her only Big Ten XC Conference championships, placing 122nd.
Sarah Coffey (Hereford High School, Class of 2016)
Photo by Debbi Persinger
Personal Bests: 19:13 3M, 18:25 5K
Medals: 1 county
After spending most of her freshman season in the fall of 2012 running on the Bulls' JV squad (winning the freshman/sophomore race at the county championships), Coffey worked her way onto the varsity team for regionals (where she placed 11th) and states. As a sophomore, she was not just a constant member of the varsity team, but its top runner at most meets. She first broke the 20-minute barrier at the Oatlands Invitational, placed ninth and the Barnhart Invitational and then finished as the runner-up at the county meet behind Isabel Griffith. She was also a surprising second-place finisher at states, crossing the line just seven seconds behind Boonsboro's Meggan Grams and leading Hereford to another state title. She nearly won her first major race at the Barnhart Invitational as a junior, finishing just four seconds behind Howard's Gabby Rayner. She was the team's top finisher at states (eighth), although it wasn't enough to overcome Sarah Rinehart and the Liberty girls as Hereford settled for second place. After two more second-place finishes as a senior (at the Bull Run and Gunpowder invitationals), Coffey won her first major race at the Baltimore County championships where she ran an 18:25 personal best. The Hereford girls also returned to the top of the state podium in a big way behind Coffey's third-place finish, scoring just 50 points in the first of what was to become a four-year championship streak.
Coffey's 18:25 time at Dulaney High School was the sixth-fastest time of the decade on the course. Among Baltimore County runners only Kelly Wesolowski has run faster on the new Hereford course. She is also one of just four Baltimore County girls (along with Griffith, Emily Konkus and Emily Ruppel) to have finished in the top three at states twice.
Emily Konkus (Hereford High School, Class of 2019)
Photo by Craig Amoss
Personal Bests: 18:24 3M, 19:09 5K
Medals: 2 county, 2 state
The only two-time state champion from Baltimore County since 2000-01 (when Towson's Cori Koch won back-to-back titles), Konkus' high school career coincided with Hereford's four-year stretch of 2A dominance. As a freshman she won JV races at the Bull Run and Gunpowder invitationals, then finished eighth at counties and second at regionals. She finished 15th at states and was the top freshman in the 2A race. As a sophomore she finished second behind teammate Kelly Wesolowski at the Baltimore County championships, and then went on to finish fourth at the 2A state championships, helping Hereford repeat as champions. It would also be the last time she lost a championship season race. As a junior in 2017 Konkus repeated as county champion in dominant fashion, putting 26 seconds between herself and Dulaney's Brooke Ruffin. At the state meet, Konkus came back and erased a large deficit to win a thrilling 2A girls race, beating Damascus' Heather Delaplaine by just one second. As a senior Konkus set personal bests in both the three mile (at the Frank Keyser Invitational) and the 5K (winning her second straight county title, this time by "just" 24 seconds). Konkus capped off a high school career highlighted by an unblemished team record at states by repeating as the individual champion as well, beating Poolesville's Nandini Satsangi by 12 seconds.
In the history of the girls XC state championships (dating back to 1975), Konkus is one of just four Baltimore County girls to win multiple state titles. She is one of just three girls (along with Walter Johnson's Abigail Green and Bohemia Manor's Emily Krakowski) to be a part of four team titles and finish in the top 15 each year at states.
College: Washington University in St. Louis
Personal Bests: 23:17 6K
Konkus ran her 6K personal best as a freshman at the Wheaton Gil Dodds Invitational.
Kristin Meek (Dulaney High School, Class of 2016)
Photo by Natalie Smolyak
Personal Bests: 19:24 3M, 18:43 5K
Medals: 1 county
A late entrant into the sport of cross country, Meek already had numerous top-five state finishes on the track under her belt when she stepped onto the course for the first time as a junior in 2014. Her first major race was a fourth-place finish at the Barnhart Invitational, and it was far from the only success she would find on her familiar home course. She won her first major race that season back home at the Baltimore County championships and then finished as the 4A North regional runner-up, leading Dulaney to team titles in both. She would go on to finish tenth at the state meet and leading Dulaney to fourth place in the team scores. As a senior Meek was a top-five finisher at both the Barnhart and Bull Run invitationals, and despite dropping back to fourth in the county, she ran her 5K personal best at the county championships. At the state meet Meek finished seventh - tied for the second-highest finish by a Dulaney girl at states this decade behind Isabel Griffith - and the 2015 Lions did something that no other Dulaney team had done since 2006: finish second in the state. She finished her high school cross country career with a 58th-place finish at NXR Southeast.
Meek's 19:24 time on the post-2013 Hereford course is fourth-best by a Baltimore County runner and the fastest by a non-Hereford runner. Her 19:12 time at the 2015 Glory Days Invitational is tied for tenth-best among Maryland runners at the meet over the course of the decade.
College: Johns Hopkins University
Personal Bests: 15:07 4K, 18:12 5K, 21:20 6K
Meek ran both her 5K and 6K personal bests during the 2019 fall season, during which she also registered her highest finishes at the Centennial Conference championships (fifth) and NCAA DIII nationals (41st). Meek has also twice finished among the top 16 at the NCAA DIII Mideast regionals.
Kelly Shearer (Hereford High School, Class of 2018)
Photo by John Roemer
Personal Bests: 19:20 3M, 18:30 5K
Shearer found immediate success on the course as a sophomore in the fall of 2015. Her fifth-place finish in the elite race at the Bull Run Invitational was her lowest finish of the entire season. That included second place finishes at both the Scorpion Crawl Invitational and the Baltimore County championships, where her 18:30 time would stand as her high school 5K personal best. Her emergence alongside senior Sarah Coffey was a big reason behind Hereford's reclaiming the 2A state title, as Coffey and Shearer finished third and fourth, respectively, at states. Shearer was once again one of the Bulls' top runners in 2016, finishing eighth at both the Barnhart Invitational and county championships. Her top finish of the season came at the state championships, where she finished seventh (one of three Hereford runners to place in the top seven). As a senior Shearer rebounded to finish third at the county championships, and was still a state medalist despite dropping down to 21st at the state meet.
Shearer's 18:30 5K personal best was fourth-fastest among county runners this decade. That time is also the eighth-fastest on Dulaney High School's course dating back to 2010, and her 18:44 time at the 2015 Gunpowder Invitational ranks fourth on the decade leaderboard. Only former teammates Kelly Wesolowski and Sarah Coffey have run faster on the post-2013 Hereford course among county runners.
Kelly Wesolowski (Hereford High School, Class of 2017)
Photo by John Roemer
Personal Bests: 18:42 3M, 17:41 5K
Medals: 1 county
Kelly Wesolowski held distinctions as both a freshman phenom and a senior star, although the journey between the two was not the most typical. She ran 10:47 in the 3200 as a freshman after not having run cross country and finished second in the 3200 at the indoor state championship. Over the course of the next two years she competed on the track sparingly, but by the time she stepped onto the cross country course for the first time in 2016 she was running like a seasoned veteran. She finished either first or second in every race through states, which included a county title and a 17:41 5K personal best at the MileStat Invitational that tops the county leaderboard over the course of the decade. Her second-place finish at states helped Hereford repeat as state champions for the first time since 2010-11. She finished her high school career by placing 13th at Foot Locker Northeast, the fifth member of possibly the greatest group Maryland has ever sent to the meet (the other four all finished in the top ten and qualified for Foot Locker Nationals).
Wesolowski's 18:42 time ranks tenth on the post-2013 Hereford course leaderboard and tops among Baltimore County runners. Her 17:41 5K personal best was the fifth-fastest of the decade, trailing only Juliette Whittaker, Maria Coffin, Jenna Goldberg and Nora McUmber. She clocked the fastest times of the decade at both the Spiked Shoe and Gettysburg invitationals, beating the likes of Griffith, Storrie Kulynych-Irvin and Ellie Gonzalez in the former.
All-County Second Team:
Johanna Admiraal (Towson High School, Class of 2016)
Caroline Benda (Hereford High School, Class of 2021)
Sara Carter (Hereford High School, Class of 2014)
Marissa Dailey (Dulaney High School, Class of 2021)
Emily Ruppel (Loch Raven High School, Class of 2012)
Alyssa Taylor (Owings Mills High School, Class of 2013)
Madeline Till (Towson High School, Class of 2021)
Table of Champions:
2010 (Dulaney HS): Erin Causey (Hereford) - 19:38
2011: Emily Ruppel (Loch Raven) - 18:47
2012: Isabel Griffith (Dulaney) - 18:56
2013: Isabel Griffith (Dulaney) - 18:47
2014: Kristin Meek (Dulaney) - 19:08
2015: Sarah Coffey (Hereford) - 18:25
2016: Kelly Wesolowski (Hereford) - 18:06
2017 (Baltimore County Agricultural Center): Emily Konkus (Hereford) - 19:21
2018: Emily Konkus (Hereford) - 19:09
2019: Marissa Dailey (Dulaney) - 19:10