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Woodlawn - The Woodlawn girls won the Baltimore County Championship, upsetting Hereford High and ending their streak of county championships. Woodlawn was led by three superstar sprinters. Aryana Ladson won the 55m Dash in 7.25 seconds, Destiny Coleman won the 55m Hurdles in 8.44, and Nikiyah Williams won the 500m dash in 1:22.13. They also teamed up to win the very unique 4x160m relay. The Baltimore County Championships had to move locations to CCBC-Essex when the Baltimore Armory announced they were closing for the season. CCBC Essex has a 160-meter track. 

They will now move to Regionals and States and try to add team titles at those meets as well.

Katherine Morey (Winston Churchill) - The freshman distance runner stole the show at the Montgomery County Championships as she won both the 1600 (5:02) and the 3200 (10:57). Her 3200 performance is currently the fastest in Maryland and her 1600 time is ranked 2nd. 

Tressia Davis (Friendly) - Davis won 3 individual gold medals at the PG County Championships. She won the 55m Dash in 7.20, the 300m dash in 39.30, a new county record, and the 500m dash in 1:17.14. She almost had a 4th gold as she was the top finisher in the 55m Hurdles prelims running 8.48, but elected to not run the finals. 

Urbana Girls - The Hawks won both the Frederick and CMC Championships over the past two weeks. When it comes time for championships, Urbana is one of the best schools at putting girls in events that can earn them the most points. They will look to carry this momentum into Regionals and States. Felicia Siewe has looked great in the Shot this season and  Divine Bamgboye ran 7.41 to win the 55m Dash and ran 8.60 to place second in the 55m Hurdles. 

Alicia Hall (Oakland Mills) - Hall put on a performance at the Howard County Championships. The junior set an all-time Howard County record in triple jump with a mark of 39-00. It is the top mark in the state this year, US #20, and the 15th-best jump ever in Maryland. She went on to place 3rd in both the high jump and long jump as well as a 7th place finish in the shot put. Knowing it would be close between Oakland Mills and Howard for the team title, Hall scored 24 individual points to help the Scorpions take home the team title.