Everything you need to know heading into Saturday's 4A state meet!
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Behind three-time county and regional champion Javon Watts, the Flowers girls look to extend their recent run of dominance in PG County.
Previewing the 2019 PG County girls XC championships by the numbers.
The Roosevelt boys are shooting for their fourth title in the past six years. Meanwhile, Parkdale's Jafar Hussen looks to defend his title and potentially vault into the statewide spotlight as a senior.
Previewing the 2019 PG County boys XC championships by the numbers.
DeMatha Catholic is off to a hot start, but do their relay times hold up against the best?
Suitland's Jaylin Nelson was a key member of his school's state leading 4x400 meter relay team who claimed the 4A state title in the event with a MD #1 time of 3:18.61.
A huge field of talent from across the Mid-Atlantic will converge for Saturday's Bullis Bulldog Invitational.
As the track season draws nearer check out the top 100 returning boys in each of the primary indoor field events from 2016!
Check out the virtual meet for the 4A South region using 5K personal bests from the 2016 season in the current MileSplit database.
Suitland's Keith Washington ran sub 51 seconds in the 400 as a freshmen last year and got off to a great start for his sophomore spring season with a fifth place finishing time of 51.18 at the Central Invite winning his 400 meter heat. He also split sub 2 minutes on the opening leg of the 4x800.
Check out the top 50 times and marks by event from athletes and relays in the state of Maryland from January 25th thru January 31st meets. Probably not exactly the way that Nikolas Thomas would expected to get a win at Virginia Tech, but he'll take it and the time as well.
Check out over 3,600 photos taken from the running events at the 2016 Southern Maryland Indoor Classic by Lisa McArthur.
A whopping total of 16 new state leading performances were recorded on Saturday at the Howard County Winter Festival. Needless to say, an update to the leaderboard is in order.
Football: Former Suitland receivers on same team for just second time (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News) Suitland High School graduate Taivon Jacobs (center) is teammates with his older brother, Levern, on the University of Maryland, College Park football team.
Suitland All-Met wide receiver Taivon Jacobs said he’ll decide between Ohio State and Maryland on National Signing Day. (via Washington Post)
Rams’ coaching change elevates Cyrus; Walker takes position at Central (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Prince George’s track stars redirect their focus towards the 2016 Olympics (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
By Steve Yanda Thursday, Jul 19, 2012 Suitland rising senior Taivon Jacobs, an All-Met wide receiver and sprinter, orally committed to Ohio State on Thursday and said in a telephone interview he plans to play football and run track in college.
Potomac's Echols; Douglass' Smith; Wise's Page set for junior world qualifying meet (via )
The National Scholastic Sports Foundation is an organization dedicated to the support of junior age (sub-20) and high school track and field. Aside from offering support to the USATF Junior Track and Field and selected high school track and field meets, we own and operate the NB Indoor Nationals, the New Balance Outdoor Nationals, and the Great American Cross Country Festival. (via )
TRACK AND FIELD | Suitland senior David Winters, who only started running track six months ago, wins the 100, 200 and 400. (via )
Three Prince George's County high schools have the chance to do what a team from Maryland has failed to do for the first 117 years of the Penn Relays: win the 400 relay. (via )
TRACK AND FIELD | Bulldogs 4x800 relay team earns finals berth. Annandale’s Ahmed Bile finishes fifth in mile on Day 2 of Penn Relays. (via )
The junior wide receiver, who also wants to run track in college, has added football offers from Nebraska, Notre Dame and Ohio State in recent weeks. (via Washington Post)
Wise’s Page, Potomac’s Echols enjoy standout performances
Suitland High School senior Taivon Jacobs has crossed the finish line in first place often this indoor track season.
INDOOR TRACK | Suitland‘s Taivon Jacobs wins 300 at Pr. George’s meet with the second-fastest time in the country this season. (via Washington Post)
Long Beach Poly, CA, lit up the track in the boys COA 4x800 with a US#3 All-Time clocking of 7:31.69! Anchor Myles Andrews split 1:49.54. (Photo by Don Rich). Dendy 50-8.25 Triple Jump (Photo by Don Rich). Ammar Moussa 14:05 at Stanford (Photo by Victah Sailer/PhotoRun).
Chad Noelle, NY (pictured far left), rolled to the win with a time of 4:16.71 over Matt Jablonski (pictured center), MD, 4:16.88. Photo by Don Rich, PennTrackXC.com.
After the 4x200 trials at the Hispanic Games, Suitland (Md.) knew its relay needed to make a small but major adjustment to they way they raced. “Everybody needed to get out faster,” said anchor leg Levern Jacobs.
The 11th Annual Friends of Indoor Track Invitational appears to have brought together, once again, many of the top athletes from around the area as they continue their hoped for improvement heading into the new year. The meet was held for quite a few years as a relay only meet at George Mason University with very good success; but has now evolved into a regular track and field championship event format at the extremely nice venue at the Prince George\'s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Maryland with the same continued success. Approximately 1,150 athletes representing forty six high schools will partake on the 200 meter unbanked six lane track in the hopes of eliciting some post Christmas cheer as they try to build up some momentum before heading into the brunt of the indoor schedule.