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Charas Heurich Invitational Meet Program
Don Boyer Invitational Performance List
Second Annual Tornado Ultimate Runner Festival
Bryan Fritz Memorial Cross Country Invitational
Mindy VanPelt’s 5K Memorial Challenge Run & Walk
The Gunpowder Valley Cross Country Camp
Buffalo Wild Wings Stampede
Musselman Invitational
21th Annual Chuck Zonis Track and Field Invitational
Dwight Scott “Battlefield Blast” Invitational
Coyote Invitational Information
Husky Invitational  More Information
Middletown Knight Striders 2014 Spring T& F Season

2014 Allegany High School Cross Country Invitational
Bedford Giant Eagle Invitational
Paul Wood Memorial
Judge Charles W. Woodward Relays
22nd  Annual Taco Bell Track & Field Classic
Mason Spring Invitational
Hopkins Loyola Invitational
RussParsons/United Way Invitational
Larry Conaway Invitational
Don Boyer Invitational
Dunbar's Crimson Tide Invitational
Meade Stampede
The Cronly Invitational
John Handley Invitational
2014 GL Wildcat & Lady Spartan Invite
2014 Golden Ram High School Invitational
12th Annual Hempfield Black Knight Invite
Dick Dei Track Classic
Messiah Invitational 2014
Belpre Shrine Invitational
2014 East Palestine Girls Invitational
Charas Heurich Invitational
Friday Night Spikes III
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Middletown Knight Striders at the Maryland Youth XC Championships
Cross country runners prep for regionals
Middletown Knight Striders Cross Country Meet
Hampshire girls take Frankfort Invitational
Potomac Valley Conference Cross-Country Championship
Middletown Knight Striders at the Lightning Running Club
Middletown Knight Striders at the Olney XC Invitational
Runners compete at Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships
Brent Blickenstaff

Brent’s Bio:

Brent Blickenstaff was on vacation on September 7,2013 at Ocean City, MD with his wife Patty, son Cody and daughter Bailey. They were enjoying surfing and swimming. Brent went into the water at about 3pm in the afternoon. He was only in the water a short time when the family was alerted that something was wrong.

Brent was carried out of the water by a fellow swimmer, and appeared unable to breath. The lifeguards began CPR and when the ambulance arrived he was put on a ventilator. He was taken to a local hospital where he was stabilized and then flown to Peninsula Hospital in Salisbury, MD. There he was diagnosed with a broken neck of the C1 and C2 vertebrae with nearly complete spinal cord injury. He is currently at the University Of Maryland (Baltimore) Shock Trauma Medical Center. Brent is paralyzed from the neck down; he is on a ventilator and is facing surgery to stabilize the broken vertebrae. His only ability to communicate is by blinking. His family has rallied around him and he is determined to proceed with the necessary surgeries in order to stabilize his neck and to place a diaphragm pacer which may help to breath independently.

The family appreciates all the support, prayers and encouragement that have been expressed to them from the church, community and family.
Event schedule and times: Saturday, April 19, 2014
Preregistered runners as well as race day registrants may check-in/sign up at the Eyler Park Pavilion beginning at 7:30 a.m. Preregistered runners will receive a technical race t-shirt as well as entry into race day prizes as long as registration for the event is received by April 19, 2014.

The 5K race will begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by the 1-mile Fun Run, which will run while the 5K race is taking place. Awards ceremony will take place after the 5K Run. Read More
"Battin' for Brent!"
MPSSAA State Championship
Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex - Landover
Results  Class 1A   Class  2A  Class 3A  Class 4A
New Link Live Results
MPSSAA Championship Photo Gallery by Craig Amoss

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Queen Anne's Staver sets 2A mark in boys' 800 meters
Pikesville girls use late surge to capture indoor state championship meet
Leopards gang up as team to pull out 1A indoor track state title
Warriors’ Sullivan hurdles all barriers to 3rd straight crown in indoor track
Poolesville’s Weaverling sets state record
Douglass boys win second indoor track state title
Vaulting into rarefied air
Rinehart shines for Lions at state meet
Century's Neral sails high at states
Rico Gomez’s record run lifts Douglass to Maryland 2A boys’ title; Largo girls place second
Mountain Ridge’s Molly, Madison Offstein run to indoor state titles
Chase Weaverling, Poolesville
3200M - 9:29.76,
New Class 2A Record

Warren Staver, Queen Anne's
800M - 1:56.77,
New Class 2A Record

MPSSAA State Championship
Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex - Landover
Results  Class 1A   Class  2A  Class 3A  Class 4A

MPSSAA Championship Photo Gallery by Craig Amoss

3A/4A Media Links
Severna Park’s Ryan Forsyth sets state record in 3,200
South River girls win state title
South River girls and Long Reach boys win state indoor track titles
Golden indoor initiation
Bailey comes up just short
North, South fine with showing at Maryland Class 3A states
Northwest Guys win schools 1st ever Indoor State Track Title as they are declared 2014 Maryland State 4A Indoor Champs !!!
Severna Park’s Ryan Forsyth sets state record in 3,200

Severna Park senior Ryan Forsyth had his eyes set on breaking the meet record Tuesday in the 3,200-meter race at the MPSSAA 4A/3A indoor track championships in Landover. With about two laps to go, he realized he was on pace to do so.

It didn’t hurt that one of his coaches kept yelling he was running too slow. The motivation helped keep Forsyth’s energy level high, though the early pace he set was one that would be tough to beat. Read More
Ryan Forsyth, Severna Park
4A 3200M - 9:16.00, New State Record
Emily Mulhern, Urbana
3200M - 10:59.21, New Class 3A Record
Isabel Griffth, Dulaney
4A 3200M - 11:03.04
100 1500 110 Hurdles 400 Relay High Jump   100 1500 100 Hurdles 400 Relay High Jump
200 1600 300 Hurdles 800 Relay Long Jump   200 1600 300 Hurdles 800 Relay Long Jump
400 3200 400 Hurdles 1600 Relay Triple Jump   400 3200 400 Hurdles 1600 Relay Triple Jump
800 1 Mile Shuttle Hurdles 3200 Relay Pole Vault   800 1 Mile Shuttle Hurdles 3200 Relay Pole Vault
  5000   4 X 1600 Relay Shot Put     5000   4 X 1600 Relay Shot Put
      Sprint Medley Discus         Sprint Medley Discus
      Distance Medley           Distance Medley  
TSR 2014 Outdoor Top Performances
Note: Some results you have to scroll down to see where top times an marks start
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1st Annual Queen City Marathon for ActiveWater
Results    Photos  Set 1   Set 2   Set 3  Set 4
Robbie Jenkins  02:52:34.3
Ridgeley,WV 1st Male
Jason Griffith  03:20:21.9
Keyser,WV Male Master Award Winne
Kelly Heffner  03:31:23.4
Clarksburg,MD 1st Female
Kari Brown  03:37:11.0
Bedford,Pa Female Master Award Winne
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Dwight Scott “Battlefield Blast” Invitational
Results   Photo Gallery
3200..David Dorsey 9:35.61
1600..Patrick Boddicker 4:34.76
3200..Sarah Rinehart 11:02.50
1600..Meggan Grams 5:14.35
Wesolowski catches attention, and her opponents, on Hereford track team
Results   Photo Gallery by Craig Amoss

Freshman finishes third in 3,200 at Pikesville Track Classic
By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun

Hereford freshman Kelly Wesolowski caught the attention of track coach Brad Duvall when training for soccer and playing that sport in the fall. Duvall believed Wesolowski could give the No. 3 Bulls a boost when she came over to track in the winter.

She did just that, quickly turning into one of the area's top distance runners during the indoor track season. Wesolowski has continued to develop in outdoor track, and turned in a strong, third-place performance in the 3,200 meters during the Pikesville Track Classic on Saturday.

The top-ranked McDonogh boys won the meet's team title with 70.5 points, beating out No. 7 Century (51). No. 9 Howard took the title for girls with 60 points. The No. 1 McDonogh girls were second with 45.5 points.

Wesolowski ran against indoor state champions Molly Offstein of Mountain Ridge (Class 2A) and Isabel Griffith from No. 7 Dulaney (Class 4A) and took the lead just past halfway on a cold and windy afternoon. The Hereford freshman remained in first until the gun lap, when Offstein and Griffith moved past her. Read More
Girls 3200M - (left to right)
Molly Offstein, Mountain Ridge - 10:50.01,
New Meet Record Isabel Griffith, Dulaney - 10:51.52
Kelly Wesolowski, Hereford - 10:53.92

Justin Marsh, Howard (center)400M - 21.68,
New Meet Record
Tosin Oyewole, Long Reach (left)
21.88, Broke Meet Record

McDonogh Girls 3200M Relay
9:43.45 - New Meet Record
Ryan Forsyth, Severna Park
3200M - 9:09.98, New Meet Record..Chase Weaverling, Poolesville  3200M - 9:12.60

Zonis Invitational...2000 meter steeple chase at the Zonis invitational this year, FAT times as well! If you are interested please email north highs head coach Coleman Grubbs at coleman_grubbs@hotmail.com
Second Annual Tornado Ultimate Runner Festival
Race Day Schedule
Packet Pick Up 6:00 a.m. until 7:30 a.m.
8:00 a.m.   5 K Cross Country Run on the KHS Cross Country Course
9:00 a.m.   400 Meter Track Run ( In heats every 2-4 minutes)
10:00 a.m   1600 Meter Track Run    (Several Heats)
11:00 a.m:  100 Meters Race( in heats every 2-4 minutes)
12:00 p.m.  5 Mile Road Race Starting and ending on the KHS Track
1:30 p.m.  Awards Ceremony:  Individual Event Winners,  Age Groups, and Overall Winners!   Podium Awards!
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Don Boyer Invitational
Results     Photo Galley by Craig Amoss
TSR  Set 1   Set 2   Set 3   Set 4
Click on photos for larger image
Photos by Craig Amoss
1600 Terrell Green..Frederick Douglas 4:24.01 
Joshua Wilkins..Bowie 4:24.08
1600 Megan Gramms..Boonesboro 5:01.11..
Haley Wright..Boonesboro 5:01.18
Pole Vault Jackie McNulty..Oakdale.. 12-09.00
Pole Vault Nick Neral..Century..14-06.00
High Jump Samuel Tvardzik..
Mount Airy Christian Academy..6-02.00 
‘Incredible’ and improving

McNulty, Oakdale’s latest record-breaking pole vaulter, clears personal best with new technique
By Greg Swatek News-Post Staff

MIDDLETOWN — Jackie McNulty’s pole vault very much remains a work in progress, which is both exhilarating for her and demoralizing for those who have to compete against her.

At Saturday’s Don Boyer Invitational, the Oakdale junior put the new turn at the top of her vault to its first real test.

The slow arrival of spring weather limited what she was able to do in practice. Previously, she went over the bar the unconventional way, feet first with her back facing the ground, yet still managed to set a state record (12 feet, 7 inches) during the indoor season.

On Saturday, with a turn that is still far from polished, McNulty notched a new personal record (12-9) to win the girls pole vault at the ninth running of the Boyer Invitational.

That alone could have made her the star of the meet in the field events. Except McNulty also demolished her own meet record in the triple jump (37-9) by almost two feet and nearly set the meet record in winning the long jump (17 4 1/2), missing the mark by one inch.

If that wasn’t enough, she also qualified for the finals in the 200-meter dash but had to pull out of the race due to scheduling conflicts with her other events. Athletes are permitted four events per meet. Read More
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High Jump Isabella Laurel..South Carroll..5-06.00