Everything you need to know heading into Saturday's 3A state meet!
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The Middletown girls are one of the state's youngest up-and-coming squads, but can they take down defending champ Sara Jarman and perennial powerhouse Urbana?
Previewing the 2019 CMC girls XC championships by the numbers.
Kyle Lund and the Oakdale boys are back after falling to second place at last year's meet in a sixth-runner tiebreaker. Plus, a new team on the rise in the 1A classification.
Previewing the 2019 CMC boys XC championships by the numbers.
Each weekend we'll highlight a few of the top breakout performers from the past week of action around the state!
Who was the top girls performer of the first week of April?
Virtual meet preview for the new-look CMC Championships set for Friday at Boonsboro High School!
Will Urbana reclaim their status as the top team in Frederick County?
Will Michael Belmaggio be the next in a long line of county champions from Linganore?
Check out the virtual meet for the 3A West region using 5K personal bests from the 2016 season in the current MileSplit database.
One lasting impression from Wednesday's Fraser Relays was how dominant the Tuscarora girls were. Their varsity relays won a total of four relay races including the 4x100 (49.90), 4x200 (1:47.45), 4x400 (4:17.14), and SMR (4:31.75).
Ryun Anderson provides his top 4 reasons that you will want to watch the Maryland 3A Girls Indoor State Championships next Tuesday at PG.
Check out the top 25 girls indoor returnees by event in Frederick County.
Check out the top 500 boys 5K times from this past week's meets in Maryland.
Linganore High School senior Patrick DuBoyce raced to second place and the Gov. Thomas Johnson boys cross country team won last weekend’s Frank Keyser Invitational’s large school race. DuBoyce finished the event in 15 minutes, 13.6 seconds and was runner-up to Clarksburg’s Will Bertrand (15:01.3). Thomas Johnson, paced by Ben Freed (fifth, 15:28.3), Thomas Trott (13th, 16:15.8) and Louis Levine (14th, 16:20), edged Jefferson (W.Va.) by nine places. Urbana placed seventh, Linganore was ninth and Tuscarora was 15th. In the girls large school race, Clare Mangan led Middletown to second place (86 points) by securing eighth individually in a time of 21:56.7. Bolstering her performance were Jennifer Kim (11th, 22:01.4), Brittany Levine (14th, 22:14.4) and Madison Jones (17th, 22:34.7). River Hill easily won the team title, placing six girls in the top nine to finish with 18 points. Linganore, paced by Emily Melluso (21:38.8) and Allyson Coggins (21:47.7), finished fourth (117). Urbana was seventh (175) and Tuscarora finished 10th (276). David Dorsey (15:03.5) and Kevin Dorsey (15:48.4) guided Catoctin to second place in the small school race by placing second and third, respectively. The Cougars finished with 103 points, 27 places behind champion Williamsport. Middletown, led by Brandon Folio (16:16.3), placed third (134). Oakdale (146) and Walkersville (242) took fifth and ninth, respectively. Scott Berryman (16:15.6) had Walkersville’s best finish in sixth place.
Clarke, Mowoe lead way as Titans make run at 3A West crown (via )
Clarke wins long jump, helps Titans to third-place finish at Viking Invitational (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Titans’ standout runner settles in at new school after leaving Magruder Tom Fedor/The Gazette Photographed on Tuesday afternoon, February 14, 2012 senior Tuscarora High School track and field athlete Rachel Watkins practices with teammates at the Frederick, MD school. It was just a friendly race with her stepbrothers, just another sibling rivalry contest. Until it wasn’t. (via www.gazette.net)