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Wesolowski catches attention, and her opponents, on Hereford track team
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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
Don Boyer Invitational
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TSR Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4
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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
High Jump Isabella Laurel..South Carroll..5-06.00
Well over a month into their 2014 track and field season and coming off an enthusiastic opening meet at Brunswick (see Brunswick results below), the Knight Striders took a squad of 15 to the Catoctin Invitational Track Meet at Catoctin High School on a beautiful and warm Easter weekend.
Despite the holiday weekend, the meet was packed with teams and athletes from as far as Northern Virginia and Baltimore County.
The Striders competed in short and long distance running, and field events including
Middletown Knight Striders run strong to start their Track & Field Season
The 2014 Knight Striders team at the Brunswick Invitational.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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110 Hurdles..Ryan Hickey.. 16.53.. Keyser
100 Hurdles..Ashley Murphy..16.65..Northern Garrett
Collin McKenny, Huntingtown
Discus - 182-11, New Meet Record
Brent Musselman, South River
3200M - 9:23.07, New Meet Record
Isabella Laurel, South Carroll
High Jump - 5-6, New Meet Record
Howard County Spring Classic
Reservoir High School
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NEW MEET RECORDS!!!
Shania Collins..Huntingtown..100m Dash: 11.80
Brent Mussleman..South River..3200m Run: 9:23.07
Jamila Brown..Wilde Lake..200m Dash: 24.35
Collin McKenny..Huntingtown..Discus: 182-11
Isabelle Laurel..South Carroll..High Jump: 5-6
Maryvale Prep..Gray, Sill, Cook and Kenny..Distance Medley Relay: 13:30.73
Paint Branch..Anderson, Adekoya, Dorsey, Azis Gnouwe Tomn..Distance Medley Relay: 11:19.21
Tuscarora HS College Bound Runners
Indoor State Champion 55m Hurdler Mary Mowoe to University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Brad Baker to Frostburg State University (XC) and Zach Helmold to Hood College (XC and Track).
Also playing lacrosse in college are three outstanding Indoor Track runners Caitlin Miller, Briana Miller, and Kenna Gubler (to play lacrosse at UMBC, University of Cincinnati, and Duquesne University, respectively.)
Jennifer Bleakney, Atholton
Class 3A 1600 Meter Run - 5:00.45
800 Meter Run - 2:18.37
Rebeka Holt, Western Tech
Class 2A 800 Meter Run - 2:13.45
Terrell Green, Douglass - PG
Class 2A 1600 Meter Run - 4:18.89
800 Meter Run - 1:55.24
Urgy Eado, Wootton
Class 4A 800 Meter Run - 1:54.88
Jackie McNulty, Oakdale
Class 2A Pole Vault - 11-06
Long Jump - 17-06.50
Balanced Bears lift trophy again
After juggling lineup all season, Oakdale girls produce a second straight team title
By Greg Swatek News-Post Staff email@example.com
BALTIMORE — In some ways it was similar, with the most common threads being the team unity and the remarkable athleticism of junior Jackie McNulty.
But the second consecutive state team title in track and field for the Oakdale girls, celebrated Saturday evening at Morgan State’s Hughes Stadium, was also remarkably different from the first.
The determined and long-limbed McNulty was, once again, an anchor for her team, this time producing three victories (triple jump, long jump and pole vault) and 30 points, as opposed to her one victory (triple jump) for 10 points a season ago.
But the rest of the Bears’ 85 points, good for a two-point win in Class 2A over second-place Boonsboro, came in a variety of new ways, some of which were entirely unexpected. Read More
Woody Snoberger 00:16:04.0
Overall Male Ridgeley WV
John Piggott 00:18:27.7
Williamsburg VA Male Masters
Molly Offstein 00:18:35.0
Overall Female Frostburg MD
Jen Sober 00:21:28.5
McHenry MD Female Masters
Leland Henderson 00:17:42.1
Top Male High School
Danielle Haynes 00:20:19.1
Top Female High School
14th Annual Lisa Wade 5K Run
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Preserve and Honor Those who “Gave All” Defending this Great Nation
Gulf War Memorial 4th Annual 5K Run
Presented by the Queen City Striders
September 20th, 2014 @ 8:30am – Registration from 7:30 – 8:15 am
Course: Out and back rail trail course starting and ending on the Downtown Cumberland Mall.
Course travels up to the narrows and back. Results, refreshments, sodas, hot dogs, door prizes at The Memorial after completion of the race.