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Montgomery County Girls XC Preview Ryun Anderson Aug 4, 2019

The Walt Whitman girls return five of their top runners from last year's team that won both their county and regional championships. Plus, can last year's breakout underclassmen repeat their performances at Bohrer Park this fall?

MD's Top 500 Outdoor Returnees In Girls 100 Hurdles: Pyles To Come Back With A Vengeance Brandon Miles Mar 11, 2016

Check out the top 500 girls in the state of Maryland returning outdoors in the 100 meter hurdles including only F.A.T. times. After missing out on competing at the state meet indoors in the hurdles due to a DQ at regionals, you can bet that Clarksburg senior Alexus Pyles is ready for outdoor to begin and attack those hurdles once again as the state's fastest with a 14.07 personal best in the 100 hurdles. 

Clarksburg high jumper exceeds expectations May 15, 2013

Kaos Williams reluctantly came out for track, now he’s clearing 6-10 (via Gazette Maryland Community News)           Clarksburg High School’s Kaos Williams clears the bar during boys high jump Thursday at the Montgomery County Track and Field Championships at Winston Churchill High School in Potomac.

Penn Relays MD entries Stephen Lee Apr 9, 2013

  A list of the accepted individual entrants in the high school events for the 2013 Penn Relays to be held on the last weekend of April in Philadelphia, PA at University of Penn's Franklin Field. All Maryland and DC athletes are highlighted in bold. 

Gazette.Net: Frederick County prep notebook, Oct. 4 Oct 4, 2012

  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.