There has not been a lot of movement in the last 2 weeks due to most teams either not racing major invites or Hurricane Ian canceling meets both in-state and out of state. With that said Charlie Butler takes over the new #1 spot in Maryland from Centennials Antonio Camacho Bucks. Camacho-Bucks has had a great start to the season and definitely did not "lose" the number 1 spot, however, Butler has been on fire lately. He won the Bull Run Elite race and then went up to NY and ran the Mcquaid Invitational running a PR and new #1 MD 3mile time of 14:54.
Wilde Lakes Henry Hopper also moves up a few spots since winning the Medium Race at Bull Run running a very impressive 16:18 on that course. Gage Osborne from Northwest also joins the list as he has started to really improve this season. He won the Rebel Invitational a few weeks ago and recently dropped a 15:53 at a local Montgomery County Duel meet.
Also, there have been a lot of names added to the Honorable Mention list. As the regular season is winding down and anticipation for the Championship meets is building up, there could be a lot of individuals right on that cusp of the top 10 and may make their way in soon!
BOYS POWER RANKINGS
Honorable Mention: Carter Bruns (Loyola-Blakefield), Jackson Kodenski (Loyola-Blakefield), Noah Fisher (Richard Montgomery), Rei Nettey (Calvert Hall), Colin Abrams (Magruder), Quinlan Ballou (River Hill) Kieran Mischke (Towson), Ashton Tolson (C Milton Wright). Caleb Tenney (St. Vincent Pallotti), Christian Brower (Long Reach), Ethan Mulcahy (Atholton), James Partlow (Thomas Johnson), Peyton Dill (Century)