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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.
What will the MPSSAA's new classifications and regions look like for the next two years?
Check out the virtual meet for the 3A South region using 5K personal bests from the 2016 season in the current MileSplit database.
Buffalo Bills CB Ronald Darby was named the NFL defensive rookie of the month. He was a stud on the track too! Check out his killer track stats!
Seminoles.com's Brandon Mellor breaks down what to expect from Florida State two-sport football student-athletes Jameis Winston (baseball) and Marvin Bracy and Ronald Darby (track) this spring. (via www.seminoles.com)
This year’s boys A-A team is the 39th we have chosen. Most events are rated 5‑deep, but those contested less frequently may have fewer entries. The full version of the team, available in the December issue of T&FN, comes with details on major accomplishments for each of the team members, plus some explanatory background on the choices. Class data: *=junior; **=soph; ***=frosh; all others are seniors. # = repeater from the ’11 team. Track and Field News - The Bible Of The Sport Since 1948 (via www.trackandfieldnews.com)
Girls teams are strong, but Raiders and Bulldogs boys teams lost key components to graduation (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)
SUMMER POSTCARDS | All-Met Dondre Echols, who recently graduated from Potomac (Md.), recounts his trip to the IAAF world junior championships in Barcelona. Full Story on Washington Post...
Dondre Echols concludes senior season in Barcelona at the World Junior championships (via )
Coach of the year (via )
Vaughan, Kirillov rewrite records on Day 1 USA Junior Championships 6/15/2012 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Shelbi Vaughan set an American Junior record in the women’s discus and Nikita Kirillov broke a 19-year-old meet record in the men’s pole vault to highlight competition on day one of USA Junior Track & Field Championships. The competition kicked off this afternoon in Bloomington, IN at Indiana University.
Dondre Echols of Potomac HS is on his way to Barcelona! In winning USATF Juniors on Friday, the senior earned a spot to represent Team USA at World Juniors next month.
Potomac's Echols; Douglass' Smith; Wise's Page set for junior world qualifying meet (via )
The Washington Post honors the area's top high school athletes from baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, outdoor track, tennis, rowing, golf and gymnastics. (via )
After more than 50 years in track and field, Wolverines coach steps down (via )
Bowie girls, Wise, Potomac, Douglass boys win team titles; county wins 39 individual titles (via )
Dondre Echols sets two state records in leading Potomac to the Maryland 3A title, one of several standout performances by locals at the state meet. (via )
Four seniors from Potomac High School had something to prove at Saturday’s Penn Relays. Wolverines start slow, but finish fourth behind three teams from Jamaica (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 )
Dondre Echols of Potomac (Md.) beat friend and rival Ron Darby in one of the highlight races at the Penn Relays warmup hosted by McNamara. (via Washington Post)
TRACK AND FIELD | Champ Page, Ronald Darby and Dondre Echols impress at Arcadia Invitational. (via Washington Post)
Potomac sprinter back from groin injury that hindered him most of the indoor track season (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Greg Dohler/The Gazette Dondre Echols of the Potomac High School track team currently holds the fastest time in the nation in 55 hurdles. Dondre Echols crouches low, his electric green and black Nike spikes placed firmly against the starting block. He remembers his heart pounding, but he pushes it out. It's just him. All is quiet in his zone. Then the gun sounds and he's exploding off the blocks. (via www.gazette.net)
Potomac (Md.) senior Dondre Echols places second in the 60-meter hurdles at the Brooks PR Invitational in Seattle. (via Washington Post)
Patriots win region title, Potomac star runs nation's top time in 55 hurdles It was an exciting day for athletes from Prince George's County at Wednesday's 3A West Region Indoor Track and Field Championships. T (via www.gazette.net)
Today is February 1st, national signing day! Athletes around the country (and world) can now make their college commitments official.
Florida State's track program could be a major pull for Darby, SB Nation reports, while Maryland's track program could be cut. (via College Park Patch)
Suitland High School senior Taivon Jacobs has crossed the finish line in first place often this indoor track season.
The Orlando Sentinel hypothesizes that Florida State could possibly land Ronald Darby of Oxon Hill, MD. Since the Seminoles already have Marvin Bracy committed that would give them the fastest two sprinters in the country... which could have major repurcusions on the national scene both on the track and the gridiron. (via OrlandoSentinel.com)
A squad of 41 youth athletes headlined by Arman Hall and Amy Weissenbach look to start their careers as elite athletes on an international level and to defend Team USA’s winning streak at the 2011 IAAF World Youth Championships July 6-10 in Lille, France. (via www.iaaf.org)
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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.