Everything you need to know heading into Saturday's 1A state meet!
Articles with Western Tech High School
A new generation of rising sophomores seems poised to take over the Baltimore County scene. Meanwhile, can the Hereford girls take their third straight county title?
Will 2019 be the year that Dulaney is finally toppled from its throne atop Baltimore County? And who will emerge as the individual favorite come October?
A stats breakdown of the fastest returning cross country teams and individuals from Baltimore County.
How will this year's group of boys sprinters stack up against last year's best?
Will one point separate the top two teams in the county again?
Will the Dulaney boys sweep the top seven spots at the 2017 county meet?
Top 50 boys sophomore rankings by event, updated May 12th.
If you haven't heard, the MPSSAA revised its classifications and regions; these changes will go into affect next fall and remain in place for at least the next two seasons.
Check out the virtual meet for the 2A North region using 5K personal bests from the 2016 season in the current MileSplit database.
The junior long sprinter won two races in record time and anchored the 1,600-meter relay victory in leading Western Tech to a second-place finish in the Class 1A state girls indoor track championships. Dorsey's times in the 500 meters (1 minute, 16.16 seconds) and the 800 meters (2:20.18) were Class 1A records and both were the fastest times run in any classification in last week's state finals. In addition, she joined Tori Taylor, Alexandria Willridge and Jayla Gaines to finish in 10:05.74 in the relay. Dorsey, a second-team All-Metro selection as a freshman, won Baltimore County titles in the 500 and 800, going undefeated against county competition this winter. She has a 3.98 GPA and is drawing attention from such college programs as Ohio State, Penn State, Virginia, North Carolina and George Mason. (via baltimoresun.com)
John Carroll's Kiana Wright led the way as Harford track and field teams entered the championship phase of the indoor season Feb. 1 at the Prince George's Sportsplex in Landover. (via baltimoresun.com)