Multiple Maryland top 10 times were posted this weekend despite this meet being small in attendance. The season is wrapping up and athletes are successfully using these last few meets to up the rankings!
MD #1 Elise Cooper sets the tone for the day and runs an 11.40 for the 100m win. MD #2 Mirai Bernard 11.72 and MD #3 Jade Ofotan 11.77 of the Bullis School follow behind. Bulis swept 1st through 6th place in the 200m dash. Sydney Sutton MD #2 leads her team with a 24.10. MD #5 Myla Greene 24.30 and MD #8 Jade Ototan 24.61 place 2nd and 3rd. MD #8 Tatum Lynn takes gold in the 400m with 55.60 followed by MD #2 Sage Hinton 55.88 and Elena Cooper 56.25.
Dezmone Starks takes the 100m win smoothly with 10.47. MD #5 Jake Odey-Jordan runs 10.61 for silver followed by Marcus Brown 10.65. Marcus Brown came back for the 200m win with 21.46. Jake Odey-Jordan earns his 2nd medal with 21.77. Ethan Long runs 22.38 for 3rd. By no surprise MD #1 Quincy Wilson earned gold with his 46.89 400m performance. Damon Ferguson 49.35 and Julian Roberson 49.71 follow with 2nd and 3rd.
Baara Stewart 2:17.32 took 1st in the 800m. Ella Moore finished 2nd with 2.19.49 in front of Hannah Carr 2:22.51. MD #2 Emma Patrick 4:52.11 and MD #3 Hannah Carr 4:52.99 battle for gold in the 1500 with a close race. Kate Tuttle finished 3rd with 4:57.51. Caroline Gotzman ran 11:38.11 for the 3000m win, winning by almost a minute.
MD #9 Nathaniel Spears 1:57.72 leads him and his teammate Nicholas Steed from Bishop McNamara ran 1:57.82 for 1st and 2nd in the 800m followed by Samuel Cohen 2:00.10. MD #2 Sam Cohen came back for the 1500m win with 4:08.04. MD #3 Michael Crisp comes in a close 2nd with 4:09.82 and Nathan Belay 4:13.51 comes 3rd. Nathan Belay earned his 2nd medal in the 3000 running 9:39.98 winning by over 30 seconds.