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Page 14e Sunday, May 11, 2003 The Sun High Schools Track and field Track and field Woodlawn boys get 8th straight county title As usual in city: It's Mervo's boys, Depth key for Warriors in holding off Loch Raven; Milford Mill girls triumph Western's girls By Mike Keeqan SPECIAL TO THE SUN Mustangs win 5th in row, 12th in the past 13 years; Doves claim 15th straight By Jeff Seidel SPECIAL TO THE SUN CHRISTOPHER T. ASSAF SUN STAFF Perry Hall's Mike Bukosky misses this attempt at clearing 6 feet 5 in the high jump, although he eventually cleared that height to win the event in the Baltimore County championships. in Kansas with his cousin, Frankie. "It just motivates us. We want to win the states because nobody thinks we can win them." Carver's Dominique Johnson (110 hurdles), City's Ramon Valentine (800 meters) and Davon Sington of Walbrook (high jump) were the only non-Mervo athletes to win events yesterday.

Western fared nearly as well on the girls' side, winning 12 of the 17 events. Angel Thompson (long jump, triple jump), Ashley West-Nesbitt (100 meters, 100 hurdles), Alicia Williams (800, 1,600) and Latosha Wallace (200, 400) each won twice for Western. Ashaley Davis also won the 300 hurdles for Western. The Doves then breezed to victories in the 400, 800 and 1,600 relays, often winning races by large margins. Western won the Class 4A state title last year after several years of coming close, but coach Jerry Molyneaux said his team isn't worried about repeating.

"We've got depth and quality athletes here," Molyneaux said. "We also have versatility, but we're not focusing on winning the states, just getting better in every event." Molyneaux has stressed that philosophy to his team, and it never stopped pushing yesterday. The Doves virtually had the title wrapped up after only a handful of the 17 events, but they kept working hard and got to take their victory lap once more at meet's end. "We take each race as it comes," West-Nesbitt said. "This prepares us for the regionals and states.

But our main focus is running fast times and beating the clock." Carver's Tierra Moore (high jump) and Jamya Canty (shot put), Mervo's April Mullen Poly's Duewa Partlow (discus) and the Mervo 3,200 relay team were the non-Western winners. There's more than one way to win a title. The Woodlawn boys and Mil-ford Mill girls demonstrated that at the Baltimore County track and field championships yesterday at Hereford. The Warriors won their eighth consecutive title, using their depth to place in every event except the race, 3,200 and pole vault, on their way to 108 points, nine better than runner-up Loch Raven. "When you talk about Woodlawn, you talk about a whole team effort," Warriors coach Mark Pryor said.

Conversely, the Millers ended the Dulaney girls' string of six straight county championships using five exceptional athletes. "Maximum effort," Milford Mill coach Sharon Johnson said. "Three girls did four events, one girl did three events and one girl did two events." Senior Dominique Washington led the way for Milford Mill, winning all four events she entered the long jump, 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and 4 400 relay. Those four wins counted for 40 of the Millers' 98 points. Dulaney finished second with 84 points.

A senior, Washington dominated the county meet for the second year in a row. As a junior, she took first in the 300 hurdles, long jump, high jump and 4 400. She traded the high jump for the 100 hurdles this season. And though she has yet to lose a race this season, she still wasn't satisfied with her come-from-behind performance in the 300 hurdles. "My steps from the beginning were off," said Washington, who is likely headed to Seton Hall.

"Usually it's 21 but for some reason it was 23. Franklin's Ruth Hedrick fooled me. I got her at the end, but I thought, 'Oh my gosh, I'm I've never lost before." Milford Mill also got big performances from Novia Brown, who took first in the 200 and 400, Arian Forbes, who placed second in the 100 and 100 hurdles, and Camara Ashe, who finished third in the 200 and 400. The Woodlawn boys were less dominant, but more consistent. They earned points in 15 events, including four first-place finishes in the long jump, 4 100, 800 and 110 hurdles.

Joey Young ran away with the 110 hurdles and was expected to do the The Mervo boys and Western girls once again eliminated suspense from the Baltimore City track and field championships, as both took big early leads and then cruised to victory. Top-ranked Mervo now has won for five straight years 12 of the past 13. The Mustangs dominated the meet at Poly, winning 14 of the 17 events and finishing with 213 points. Carver took second with 61 points. For No.

1 Western, the dominance was nearly as impressive. The Doves rolled up 223 points for an easy victory over second-place Mervo (85) and their 15th straight city title. The weather was the lone problem for the Mervo boys and Western girls, as storms delayed the start for about 35 minutes and a drizzle fell for much of the meet. The Mustangs stuck with the same formula that's brought success in the past. Mervo coach Freddie Hendricks brought a team loaded with depth and talent that kept winning events and piling up points in other places.

Frankie Wright won two events (triple jump and long jump) and tied for first with teammate Craig Tate in the 400-meter dash, while teammates Ronald Wright (100 and 200) and Brandon Lynch (1,600 and 3,200) both captured two races. Quentin Holliday (300 hurdles), Brannon Powell (shot put) and Anthony Green (discus) each won one event. To add some more points, Mervo won all four team relays. "This is one of my better teams," Hendricks said. "The talent and the depth is good, and it's a senior-dominated team." Mervo once again is pointing toward a bid for a state title.

The Mustangs have won once and come close several times, taking third place in last year's Class 4A state meet. "This is a good workout for us," said Ronald Wright, who is headed to Barton Junior College W1 same in the 300 hurdles. But he fell on the fourth hurdle, managing to fight back for sixth place. "Seeing Joey go down in the hurdles, it kind of hurt because we were counting on the score," Warriors junior Sam Henry said. "So that put some more stress on the 800." In the 800, Henry busted out for first place, followed by Jordan Davis in second, earning 18 points and distancing themselves from Loch Raven.

Davis preferred the 400, but on Pryor's request, has worked hard on the 800, and it paid off. "Jordan is Mr. Versatility," Henry said. Woodlawn needed those points with Loch Raven focused on ending the Warriors' seven-year run in the county meet, led by Michigan-bound Stan Waithe, who took first in the 200, 400, 4 200 and finished third in the 800. "Running my fastest time in the 400 took a lot out of me," Waithe said.

"And right after that I had to run the 800. But other than that, I had enough time to recover between events Lansdowne senior Glen Edwards, who won the county shot put and discus for the third year in a row, set a county shot put record with his throw of 61 feet, 5 inches on Wednesday, the first day of the meet. "You've got to hold that ball up there and use your technique. It's not all brute force," said the 6-foot-4, 315-pound Edwards, who scored all 20 of Landsowne's points. For the Dulaney girls, Natalie Bond won the 3,200 in just her second time running it this season after suffering from shin problems early in the season.

IIP CHRISTOPHER T. ASSAF SUN STAFF Results Dulaney's Chrissy Shoemaker (front) rests after winning the race. Teammate Annie Cecil (back) finished fourth. The Sun publishes results of all varsity sports. Reports can be made after 5 p.m.

at 410-332-6200 or 800-829-8000, ext. 6200. Franklin finished third for the girls behind a first place in the 800 from Candice Holden and a first place in the 4 800 relay. For the boys, Randallstown finished third, and got 16 of its 74 points from the triple jump, where Tom and Terrance Breaux finished first and third, respectively. Track Baltimore City championships (at Poly) Boys Franklin 20, Milford Mill 1 Goals: MM Wright; Dasinger 3, Carey 3, Montanye 3, Goldman 2, R.

Clements, Frankie, Schuster, Abarbanel, Perlin, Yankosky Evans, Ward-Hamiel, Kutscher. Assists: Frankie 5, Langrall 4, Carey, R. Clements, Staymates, Perlin, Naviasky. Saves: MM Coohs Chavis 1, Green 1, J.Clements 1. Half: 14-0.

Class 5A-2A East Northeast 17, Northwestern 1 Goals: NW Scott; Morgan 6, Fox 3, Baney 2, Woolford, Dumsha, Twombly Ribb, Pegg, Thompson. Assists: Woolford 3, Burns 2, Baney, Morgan, Fox, Ribb. Saves: NW Rottelle 11; Beaty 5, Wilner7. Half: 12-0. Class 2A-1A North Edgewood 14, Joppatowne 6 Goals: Slunt 2, Limm 2, Donohue Zimmerman 6, Roach 4, Gaines 3, Licata.

Assists: Donohue, James; Gaines 3, Zimmerman 2, Squires 2, Licata, Roach, Rollins. Saves: Reach Provenzano 18. Half: 10-2. Class 2A-1A South Hereford 22, Sparrows Point 3 Goals: Wittlesberger 4, Coleman 3, Bergman 3, Lentz 2, Becker 2, Goloboski, Henwinger, Yoder, Rada-baugh, Farrell, Meneies, Schippert, Prudente; SP All 3. Assists: Radabaugh 3, Meneies 2, Lentz 2, Yoder 2, Coleman, Wilt, Bergman; SP Crane, Bochenick.

Saves: Curtis SP Pritchett 11, Wright 1. Half: 18-1. Towson 6, Pikesville 5 Goals: Ford 2, Wyman, Mas-chusch, Cook, Skeen; Ginsberg 2, Schapiro 2, I. Meyer. Assists: Cook Jampel, Schapiro, I.

Meyer. Saves: Leslie Schwartzman 12. Half: 4-2. Teams: 1. Mervo, 213; 2.

Carver, 61; 3. Poly, 52; 4. Northwestern, 51; 5. Walbrook, 45; 6. City, 37; 7.

Patterson, 26; 8. R.F. Lewis, 12; 9. Southern, 10. Edmondson, 6.

Individuals: 3,200 relay: 1. Mervo, 2. City, 3. Poly, 9:21. Triple jump: 1.

F. Wright (M), 45-6; 2. Lawal (PO), 3. Sington (WAL), Shot put: 1. Powell (M), Watson (NW), 44-0; 3.

Harvey (ED), Long jump: 1. F. Wright (M), 2. Lawal (PO), 3. Adelya (NW), 18-7.

110 hurdles: 1. Johnson (CA), 14.90; 2. Jones (NW), 15.92; 3. Miller (CA), 16.71. High jump: 1.

Sington (WA), 5-10; 2. Okabigbo (PA), 5-2. 100 dash: 1. R. Wright (M), 10.8; 2.

Watson (M), 10.9; 3. Johnson (RFL), 11.0. 1,600: 1. Lynch (M), 2. Valentine (CI), 3.

Holliday (M), 4:51.0. 800 relay: 1. Mervo, 2. Northwestern, 3. Patterson, 1:40.0.

100: 1. (tie) Tate (M), F. Wright (M), 51.60; 3. Scott (CI) 52.20. 3,200: 1.

Lynch (M), 2. Young (PO), 3. Walker (NW), 11:15.3. Discus: 1. Green (M), 112-3; 2.

Powell (M), 97-7; 3. Barney (CA), 92-6. 200: 1. R. Wright (M), 21.8; 2.

F. Wright (M), 21.9; 3. Blanks (CA), 22.2. 100 relay: 1. Mervo, 43.5; 2.

Carver, 46.6; 3. Northwestern, 48.4. 800: 1. Valentine (CI), 2. Coleman (M), 3.

Lynch (M), 2:10.46. 300 hurdles: 1. Holliday (M), 40.9; 2. Jones (NW), 42.97; 3. Johnson (CA), 44.68.

1,600 relay: 1. Mervo, 2. Walbrook, 3. Poly, 3:47.4. Wagner, McNeeley; Schepers 2, Nos 2, Linfrio, Kelly, Oconois, Stiles, Setzer.

Assists: McNeeley 4, Czajkowski 3, Dennis, Seaby; Linfrio 2, Kelly 2, Nos, Gallagher, Oconis, Setzer. Saves: B. Kaskel 15; Krause 14. Half: 7-5. Perry Hall 16, Southwestern 2 Goals: Dorsey PH Flood 6, Coffman 2, Riesett 2, Schall, Knight, Glass, Kennon, Teng, Hess.

Assists: PH Schall 4, Flood 3, Knight, Kennon, Vain, Hess, Brooks. Saves: Maloney 14; PH Mitchell 7, Agostini 1, Hasner 2. Half: PH, 11-1. Class 4A-3A East Broadneck 6, 5 Goals: Chappelle, Pappas, Jones, Spilken, Gordon; Rowe Niland, Bruce, Davis. Assists: Schramek Sherman, Peck, Desaultes.

Saves: Sekingon 2, Willis 11; Boulay 10. Half: 3-2. Class 3A-2A North Goals: Oswald 5, E. Gurnsey 4, Manger 2, Andersen 2, Roussey 2, Schafer; Smith 2. Assists: E.

Gurnsey 3, Roussey 2, Oswald, Manger, Andersen, McCabe. Saves: R. Gurnsey 3, Affeldt Je-ter 10. Half: 11-1. North Carroll 13, Hammond 6 Goals: NC Swecker 4, Sumner 2, Weaver 2, Wilder, Walker, Smith, Pearre, Stromberg; Watkins 3, Chesley Gross, Stevens.

Assists: NC Sumner, Adami, Gailey Mellilo; Snyder 2, Griffith, Johnson, Johnston. Saves: NC Raynor 10; Wassenumg 16. Half: NC, 8-5. North Harford 15, River Hill 5 Goals: NH Mezzanotte 4, Rigdon 4, Petty 3, Kamyszek 2, Dulkerian, Vocke; RH Thomas 2, Brown, Tack, Kerchenstiener. Assists: NH Petty 4, Kamyszek 2, Mezzanotte, Rigdon, Vocke, P.Smith; RH Tack, Brown.

Saves: NH Hartline RH Smith 9. Half: NH, 10-4. South Carroll 13, Long Reach 1 Goals: LR Burkhart; SC Lewis 4, Lippy 2, Vollmerhausen 2, Cummins 2, Hidey Sunderlin, Eisold. Assists: LR Smith; SC Geary 4, Vollmerhausen 3, Lippy, Lewis, Hidey, Eisold. Saves: LR Raoul 13; SC Peterson 5.

Half: SC, 10-1. Class 3A-2A South Eastern Tech 1 5, Patapsco 6 Goals: Colaianni 4, Jones, Dewey; ET Deaver 3, Myerholtz 3, Wickman 2, Welsh 2, Emerson, Je. Riefner, Layte, Diegel, Vagizel. Assists: Wirth 2, Kuemmer, Balser; ET Wickman 4, Myerholtz 3, Emerson. Saves: Balser 15; ETJa.

Riefner 15, Oldewurtel 4. Half: ET, 9-2. Saves: Keller 10; SC Cowbow 9. Half: SC, 7-4. North Harford 15, North Carroll 4 Goals: NC Rihard, Engel, Meekins, Curgle; NH Ponton 4, C.

Gibson 3, Haley 2, Romanell, Bone, Lawrence, Gernand, Aburn. Assists: NC Morgan, Rihard, Meekins; NH Romanell 2, Lawrence 2, E. Gibson 2, Griffin, Troutman. Saves: NC Markle 11; NH Welkner 2, Warc-zynski 5. Half: NH, 9-2.

River Hill 14, Bel Air 9 Goals: RH Hostetler 5, Myers 3, Ingle 2, Zanelotti, Lynes, Green, Fadrowski; BA Fahey 3, Bugda 3, Gessner 2, Pope. Assists: RH Myers 3, Hostetler; BA Bugda, Christ, Fahey. Saves: RH Friedrich BA Smith 10. Half: RH, 8-4. Class 3A-2A South Dundalk 13, Lansdowne 5 Goals: Brown 3, Bradley, Walker; Meas 3, Mitchell 3, Shrewsbury 3, Katauskas 2, Preis, Weidow.

Assists: Costello 3, Meas 3, Katauskas, Lang. Saves: Bartlett 13; Bowman 4, Weiniger 6. Half: 9-1. Class 2A-1A North Centennial 18, Harford Tech 2 Goals: Sturgill 4, Zeitler 3, Renzi 2, Parks 2, Bornhorst, Degele, Foley, S. Siegel, McKinley, Thoreson, Faulkner; HT Joyce, Little.

Assists: Renzi 3, Foley 3, Bornhorst 2, Degele 2, S. Siegel 2, Parks, Reck, Zeitler. Saves: Hulvey 3, Cardoni 3, Cooper; HT Johns 11. Half: 13-0. Other score Joppatowne 1 1 Oakland Mills 2 Class 2A-1A South Hereford 20, Carver 2 Goals: CAT Bormel Reidt 3, Carls 2, Jones 2, McCausland 2, Neubauer 2, J.

Reese 2, Bateman, Collins, Cooper, Feldheim, M. Reese, A. Rude, C. Rude. Assists: M.

Reese 2, Rogers 2, Collins, Duvall, Reidt, C. Rude, Turnbaugh. Saves: CAT Rodney 15; Price 5. Half: 12-0. Loch Raven 21, Overlea 2 Goals: 0 Branch, Horseman; LR D.

Sutphen 3, Entwisle 3, Stone 3, Snyder 2, Homa 2, Sudbrook 2, Chapman, Harris, Hild, Linehan, K. Sutphen, Conheim. Assists: LR Homa 3, Kyne 3, Conheim 2, K. Sutphen, Entwisle. Saves: 0 Benson 17; LR Hayes 4, Dreisch 1.

Half: LR, 13-1. 200: 1. Wallace (WE), 24.9; 2. Layne (ED), 25.9; 3. Sommerville (WE), 26.0.

800: 1. Williams (WE), 2. Carter (WE), 3. Figueroa (WE), 2:42.9. 100 relay: 1.

Western, 49.0; 2. W.E.B. Dubois, 51.4; 3. Mervo, 51.6. 300 hurdles: 1.

Davis (WE), 49.15; 2. Ruffin (DUB), 52.91; 3. Thompson (WE), 52.97. 1,600 relay: 1. Western, 2.

W.E.B. Dubois, 3. City, 4:27.23. Baltimore County championships (at Hereford) Boys Teams: 1. Woodlawn (WO), 107; 2.

Loch Raven (LR), 98; 3. Randalls-town (R), 74; 4. Dulaney (DUL), 51; 5. Hereford (H), 34; 6. Eastern Tech (ET), 28; 7T.

Pikesville (PI), 22; 7T. Perry Hall (PH), 22; 9T. Westren (WE), 20; 9T. Lansdowne (LA) 20; 11. Catonsville (CA), 19; 12.

Chesapeake (CH), 17; 13. Parkville (PA), 16; 14. Towson (T), 15. Dundalk (DUN), 16. Milford Mill (MM), 17.

Kenwood (K), 18. Owings Mills (OM), 2. Individuals: 1001. Korkoya (CH), 10.9; 2. Pinckett (R), 10.9; 3.

Burley (LR), 10.9. 110H 1. Young (WO), 14.5; 2. Dubyoski (H), 15.1; 3. Saunders (ET), 15.1.

1x8001. LR, 2. WO, 3. 8:32.70. 16001.

Duffy (D), 2. Carmer (D), 3. Lyons (PV), 4:42.6. 1x2001. LR, 2.

3. WO, 1:31.5. 1001. Waithe (LR), 47.7; 2. Tom Breaux (R), 48.4; 3.

Burley (LR), 49.3. 32001. Carmer (D), 2. Schmid (T), 3. Dauses (LR), 10:10.1.

300H 1. Dubyoski (H), 39.9; 2. Saunders (ET), 40.6; 3. Dickson (LR), 40.8. 2001.

Waithe (LR), 21.8; 2. Tom Breaux (R), 22.1; 3. Richburg (LR), 22.8. 8001. Henry (WO), 2.

Davis (WO), 3. Waithe (LR), 2:04. 1x1001. WO, 42.9; 2. WE, 45.1; 3.

45.2. 1x1001. 2. LR, 3. 3:30.5.

High jump 1. Bukosky (PH), 6-5; 2. Bias (WO), 6-0; 3. Kelly (DUN), 5-10. Long jump 1.

Bias (WO), 2. Tillman (WE), 3. Johnson (WO), 20-2. Discuss 1. Edwards (L), 162-7; 2.

Magram (PI), 134-0; 3. Feustle (C), 124-11. SP 1. Edwards (L), 2. Burley (WO), 3.

Myers (ET), 45-4. TJ 1. Tom Breaux (R), 46-6; 2. Bias (WO), 44-10; 3. Terrance Breaux (R), 42-6.

PV 1. Defontes (PH), 11-6; 2. Cenci (PV), 10-6; 3. Myers (ET), 9-0. Girls Teams 1.

Milford Mill (MM), 98; 2. Dulaney (DUL), 84; 3. Franklin (F), 67; 4. Kenwood (K), 49; 5. Hereford (H), 42; 6.

Parkville (PA), 39; 7. Pikesville (PI), 29; 8. Randallstown (R), 28; 9. Eastern Tech (ET), 25; 10. Woodlawn (WO), 18; 11.

Perry Hall (PH), 17; 12T. Catonsville (CA), 15; 12T. Towson (T), 15; 14. Western (WE), 15. Lansdowne (LA), 16T.

Chesapeake (CH), 16T. Owings Mills (OM), 18. Patapsco (PAT), 1. Mount St. Joseph, LJ 1 Gourdine (ABC), 2.

B.Taylor (MSJ), 3. Home (MSJ), TJ 1 Abiamiri (GIL), 2. Seymour (ABC), 3. B.Taylor (MSJ), HJ 1 Moss (STF), 6-06; 2. Adams (MSJ), 6-00; 3.

Etheridge (MCD), 6-00; PV 1. Arbaugh (LOY), 12-06; 2. O'Connell (MSJ), 11-06; 3. Paterakis (MCD), 11-00; SP 1. Abiamiri (GIL), 2.

Lepson (BBP), 3. Wells (BBP), DT-1. Blatchey (MSJ), 126-01; 2. Abiamiri (GIL), 119-06; 3. Courtney (BBP), 119-04.

Girls Teams: 1. Archbishop Carroll (ABC) 82; 2. McDonogh (MCD) 69; 3. Bryn Mawr (BMS) 66; 4. Seton Keough (STK) 65.5; 5.

Mount de Sales (MDS) 62; 6. Bishop McNamara (BMN) 48.5; 7. Archbishop Spalding (ABS) 38; 8. Notre Dame Prep (NDP) 30; 9. Holy Cross (HCR) 20; 10.

John Carroll (JCL) 17; 11. Glen-elg Country (GCS) 16; 12. Barrie (BAR) 12; 13. Lutheran (LTH) 14. St.

John's-Prospect Hall (STJ) 1. Individuals: 100-1. Parrish (STK), 12.6; 2. Small (MCD), 12.9; 3. Beale (BMN), 13.0; 200-1.

Stoddard (ABC), 26.2; 2. Parrish (STK), 26.5; 3. A.Duckett (MDS), 26.6; 100-1. McFarlane (BAR), 59.7; 2. Ibezie (STK), 3.

Amato (NDP), 800-1. Campbell (BMS), 2. Walls (GCS), 3. Deshields (HCS), 1600-1. Links (MCD), 2.

Walls (GCS), 3. Depman (ABS), 3200-1. Campbell (BMS), 2. George (BMS), 3. Depman (ABS), 100HH-1.

A.Duckett (MDS), 14.9; 2. Pegeus (ABC), 16.5; 3. Kalish (MCD), 16.8; 300IH-1. A.Duckett (MDS), 47.1; 2. Stanley (MDS), 51.6; 3.

Snowden (STK), 52.3; 100R-1. Bishop McNamara, 50.6; 2. Archbishop Carroll, 50.7; 3. McDonogh, 51.7; 800R-1. Bishop McNamara, 2.

Archbishop Carroll, 3. Notre Dame Prep, 1600R-1. Archbishop Spalding, 2. Holy Cross, 3. Notre Dame Prep, 3200R-1.

Bryn Mawr, 2. Archbishop Spalding, 3. Arhcbishop Carroll, LJ-1. Winkler (BMN), 2. Parrish (STK), 3.

Jones (JCL), TJ 1. Tanner (BMS), 33-05; 2. Smith (BMN), 33-04; 3. Kalish (MCD), 31-07; HJ 1 Tanner (BMS), 4-06; 2. Kalish (MCD), 4-04; 3.

O'Brien (JCL), 4-02; PV 1. Paull (MCD), 8-00; 2. Sanaqursky (MDS), 7-06; SP 1. Key (ABC), 31-02; 2. Hill (STK), 30-11; 3.

Blake (ABC), 28-04; DT-1. Blake (ABC), 2. Holt (ABC), 3. Phillips (MDS), Baseball Regional first roundClass 3A North Dundalk 1, Randallstown 0 Individuals: 100 1. Thomas (R), 12.4; 2.

Forbes (MM), 12.7; 3. Cooper (CA), 12.8. 100H 1. Washington (MM), 14.8; 2. Forbes (MM), 15.9; 3.

Hedrick (F), 15.9. 1x800 1.F 2. 3. 10:29.30. 1600 1.

Shoemaker (D), 2. Cimino (D), Donadio (F), 5:36.1. 1x200 1. MM 2. WE 3.

1:54.80. 1001. Brown (MM), 2. Pabst (H), 3. Ashe (MM), 1:01.2.

3200 1. Bond (D), 2. Donadio (F), 3. Morlock(PH), 12:30.40. 300H 1.

Washington (MM), 46.4; 2. Hedrick (F), 46.5; 3. Boyd (K), 47.6. 2001. Brown (MM), 26.1; 2.

Cooper (CA), 26.6; 3. Ashe (MM), 27.3. 8001. Holden (F), 2. Harris (H), 3.

Maze (WO), 2:30.2. 1x1001. PI, 52.9; 2. 53.7; 3. 53.9.

1x1001. MM, 2. 3. DUL, 4:22.3. HJ 1.

Queen (K), 4-10; 2T. Stettinius (H), 4-4; 2T. Gun-ther (PV), 4-4. LJ 1. Washington (MM), 17-4; 2.

Thomas (R), 3. Cosby (ET), 15-4. DT-1. Pope (WO), 95-8; 2. Ramsey (PH), 88-3; 3.

Queen (K), 83-4. SP 1. Perry (R), 32-2; 2. Queen (K), 31-6; 3. Humphrey (ET), TJ 1.

Lewis (PV), 2. Gabriel (PI) 3. Cosby (ET), PV 1. Morrell (PV), 7-6; Marshall Private schools state championships (At McDonogh) Boys Teams: 1. Mount St.

Joseph (MSJ) 149; 2. Archbishop Carroll (ABC) 113; 3. McDonogh (MCD) 58.5; 4. Bowling Brook Prep (BBP) 54; 5. Archbishop Spalding (ABS) 53; 6.

Gilman (GIL) 47; 7. Bishop McNa-mara (BMN) 27.5; 8. Loyola (LOY) 25; 9. St. Frances (STF) 13; 10.

Bullis (BUL) 10; 11. (tie) John Carroll (JCL) and Park (PRK) 4. Individuals: 1001. Woodward (BUL), 10.5; 2. Turner (BBP), 10.7; 3.

Heywood-Bey (MCD), 10.8; 200-1. Turner (BBP), 22.2; 2. Zellner (ABS), 22.3; 3. P.Taylor (MSJ), 22.7; 100-1. Lee (ABC), 48.6; 2.

Brinkley (ABC), 48.9; 3. M.Taylor (ABC), 49.3; 800-1. Brink-ley (ABC), 2. Lee (ABC), 3. Audy (MSJ), 1600-1.

Audy (MSJ), 2. Wetzel (ABS), 3. Chaulk (LOY), 3200-1. Wetzel (ABS), 2. Parker (ABS), 3.

Hendricks (MSJ), 110HH-1. B.Taylor (MSJ), 15.2; 2. Shuck (MSJ), 15.5; 3. R.Taylor (GIL), 15.6; 300IH-1. Simon (BMN), 41.4; 2.

Hill-Chadwick (MCD), 42.1; 3. Hines (BBP), 42.4; 100R-1. Mount St. Joseph, 42.7; 2. Archbishop Carroll, 43.8; 3.

McDonogh, 43.9; 800R-1. Archbishop Carroll, 2. Mount St. Joseph, 3. Bishop McNamara, 1600R-1.

Archbishop Carroll, 2. Archbishop Spalding, 3. Mount St. Joseph, 3200R-1. Archbishop Carroll, 2.

McDonogh, 3. RESULTS Boys lacrosse Gibbons 19, Ghapelgate 5 Goals: Eglsedeu 3, Hahn, Spikes; Bembry 7, Morningstar 5, Huffman 4, J. Hattrup 2, R. Hattrup. Assists: Sandusky, Silar; R.

Hattrup 4, Huffman 4, Ziegler 4, Bembry 2, McCurley. Saves: Jefferies 12 Benko 18. Half: 7-5. Goals: Weinstein 4, Pinney 2, Wharton 2, Goldberg, Merwin; Cowdrey 4, Sanborn 2, Kelly. Assists: Wilson 3, Goldberg, Merwin, Wharton; Sanborn 2, Fal-cao, Holmes.

Saves: Zimmer-man Pike 13. 6-4. Regional quarterfinals Class 4A-5A North CM. Wright 20, Patterson 2 Goals: CMW Kiss 4, J. Capallo 3, A.

Capallo 3, Dorr 3, Bailey 3, Bu-leza 2, Burchett, Troiani; Caugh-man, R. Williams. Assists: CMW Kiss 5, Buleza 3, Bailey 2, A. Capallo, Dorr, Skufis, Troiani. Saves: CMW Zmoda Kenard 7.

Half: CMW, 13-1. Fallston 15, Frederick! Goals: Fr Brennan, Brewbaker, Greene, McGinnis; Fa Bosse 4, Shea 4, Frampton 3, Datsko, Myers, Smith, Todd. Assists: Fr Parsons 2, Carroll, McGinnis; Fa Shea 2, Bosse, Frampton, Smith, Todd, Wagner. Saves: Fr Jachowski Fa Visker 11. Half: Fa, 8-3.

Westminster 22, T. Johnson 1 Goals: TJ Willis; Bear 5, Duke 5, Cross 3, Gehringer 3, Mruk 3, Brown, Finch, Yarnell. Assists: Mruk 8, Bear 2, Collins, Cross, Duke, Kyker, Laumann. Saves: TJ Herron Crews 4. Half: 16-1.

Class 4A-5A South Douglass 10, Woodlawn 7 Goals: Sumerville 3, Nick 2, Sharpe; Thompson 3, Tomlinson 2, Gatheright 2, Cherry 2, Stewart. Assists: Henderson, Rosco; Thompson 2, Tomlinson. Saves: Henderson Williams 7. Half: 7-4. Dulaney 21, Mervo 1 Goals: Bellmon; Batton 4, Lafferty 2, Barthelme 2, Kahle 2, W.

Jungers 2, Englehart, Feeley Naylor, Russo, E. Hoff Storck, Lip-penholz, Bochenek, Roesner. Assists: Myers; Batton 4, Englehart 4, Lippenholz 3, Roesner 2, Russo, Mclntyre, Horsman, E. Hoff, Storck, Bochenek. Saves: Myers DJu.

Woodford 1. Half: 20-0. Parkville 13, Kenwood 9 Goals: Ricketts 8, Czajkowski 3, Girls Girls lacrosse Regional quarterfinals Class 4A-3A East Teams: 1. Western, 223; 2. Mervo, 85; 3.

W.E.B. Dubois, 41; 4. Poly, 35; 5. Southern, 34; 6. (tie) Edmondson, City, 23; 8.

Carver, 22; 9. Walbrook, 10. Northwestern, 2. Individuals: 3,200 relay: 1. Mervo, 2.

Western, 11:06.0. High jump: 1. Moore (CA), 4-2. Long jump: I.Thompson (WE), 17-1; 2. Wallace (WE), 17-3; 3.

Mullen (M), 16-4. Shot put: 1 Canty (CA), 25-6; 2. Davis (M), 3. Hawkins (ED), 23-4. 100 hurdles: 1.

West-Nesbitt (WE), 14.06; 2. Lewis (WE), 14.43; 3. Thompson (WE), 15.56. 100 dash: 1. West-Nesbitt (WE), 12.00; 2.

Layne (ED), 12.10; 3. Lewis (WE), 12.20. 1,600: 1. Williams (WE), 2. Mullen (M), 3.

Grif-fen (SO), 5:55.7. 800 relay: 1. Western, 2. Dubois, 3. Mervo, 1:50.0.

100: 1. Wallace (WE), 55.4; 2. Cary-Brown (CI), 3. Carter (WE), 1:01.10. 3,200: 1.

Mullen (M), 13.17.5; 2. Crosby (WE), 3. Halford (WE), 13:36.2. Discus: 1. Partlow (PO), 77-9; 2.

Williams (PO), 3. Woods (M), Triple jump: 1. Thompson (WE), 34-4; 2. Moore (M), 3. Davis (WE), 31-10.

South River 15, Arundel 6 Goals: A Nolans 2, Moore 2, Fenton, Sann; SR Kontson 5, May 3, Disharoon 2, Sullivan, Klug, Curry, Hodges, Highsmith. Assists: A Sann 2, Bennett, Moore, La. Clear, Blake; SR Kontson 4, Sullivan 3, Keenan, Disharoon, Curry, May, Carter, Dunn, Schwer. Saves: A Li. Clear SR Heup 1 1.

Half: SR, 7-0. Class 5A-2A North Hammond 13, South Carroll 11 Goals: Bolland 6, Berger 5, Ma-guire, Rosa; SC Wuchschel 5, Rains 3, Rostivo 2, Harmon. Assists: Buckingham 3, Berger, Brandinger; SC Kawtris, Mattson, O'Connor, Week, White, Wuchschel..

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