Liberty Lions

Spring 1991 Carroll County Track Outlooks

March 20, 1991

COACHES: BOYS — Brad Hill, 10th year. GIRLS -- Mike Quealy, first year

Assistant coaches: Jenny Flynn, Beth Barry

Last year's record: BOYS -- 0-2 in dual meets, third in the county, third in the Central Maryland Conference, third in Class 3A RegionI, 11th in the state in Class 3A. GIRLS -- 1-2 in dual meets, third in the county, third in the Central Maryland Conference, third in Class 3A Region I, sixth in the state Class 3A meet

Top returnees: BOYS -- Seniors, Tim Frey (throws), Randy Green (distance), John Hokehansen (pole vault), Jim Howe (jumps, sprints), Jordan Kelso (throws), Roger Brooks (sprints); juniors, Jeff Brown (hurdles), Mike Innskeep (middle distance), Scott Lingle (sprints, jumps), Darryk Modracek (jumps), Matt Zeigler (middle distance); sophomores, Jason Howard (sprints), Jay Stein (pole vault), Aaron Sweemer (middle distance), Paul Sunell (middle distance), Dave Russell (middle distance, pole vault), Ian Beam (distance). GIRLS -- Seniors, Dawn Hayen (jumps, sprints), Sandy Hartman (jumps, sprints), Michelle Omelio (distance, throws); juniors, Rachel Adams (distance), Patty Barnhardt (middle distance), Patty Bouver (throws), Julie Cox (sprints), Melanie Russo (hurdles, sprints), Curry Snelson (middle distance); sophomores, Christie Ash (400), Jen Campbell (sprints, jumps), Emily Hull (sprints), Cindy McCloskey (hurdles), Tamara Mitchell (middle distance)

Top newcomers: BOYS-- Senior, Jason Runk (middle distance); juniors, Kevin Coyne (throws), Joe Smith (pole vault), Antoine Williams (sprints, jumps), Neal Sweemer (distance). GIRLS -- Junior, Angela Atwell (sprints); sophomores, Bonnie Coburn (hurdles), Jen Challenger (sprints)

Coaches' comments: BOYS -- "Our depth is not what we'd like it to be at this point." GIRLS -- "I think we're going to be as good, if not better than, last year."

The Carroll County Sun's outlook: BOYS -- Liberty willbe strong in the hurdles and pole vaulting and may have some good jumpers. But they lack depth in distance races and throwing events. GIRLS -- If it wasn't Linganore and Westminster, the Lions might have a shot at some titles this year. The Lions are strong in distance races, sprints and jumping.

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