Final Boys Cross Country Individual Power Rankings

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The battle for the top spot was close this year as both Cam Davis (Calvert Hall) and Antonio Camacho-Bucks (Centennial) earned trips to National Championships. Unfortunately, they decided to pick two different National Championships. Davis gets the edge in the rankings due to his consistent performance over the Championships season and a stronger performance at Nationals. Davis won the MIAA Championship and then surprised a lot of runners placing 6th at the Team Southeast Regional, earning a birth to Portland. His 15:15 at NXR was the fastest 5k by any Maryland Athlete this season. Camacho-Bucks also had an outstanding season, however, illness kept him from running in the Howard County Championship and most likely inhibited his ability to win the 3A East Regional and the 3A State Championship. Davis ran 15:49 for 51st place at NXN. Camacho-Bucks ran 16:02 and finished 37th at Champs Nationals. 

Tyler Dailey (Dulaney) holds on to the 3rd spot after a dominating performance at the 4A State Championships, running away with the title.

Henry Hopper (Wilde Lake) moves up the list after a surprise win at the 3A State Championships but also followed that up by running well at the Champs Northeast Regional, beating Mount St. Joesph's Charlie Butler. 

Ethan Aidam (Oakland Mills) moves back into the top 10 after comfortably winning the 2A State Championships. Kieran Mischke (Towson) also moves into the top 10 after a great race at the 3A State Championships placing 2nd and helping his Towson team win the 3A team title.