F. Scott Key Eagles

Spring 1991 Carroll County Track Outlooks

March 20, 1991

COACHES: BOYS — John Seaman, 20th year. GIRLS -- Tom Hill, 10th year

Assistant coaches: Mike Coons, Tammy Fleet

Last year's record: BOYS -- 8-0 in dual meets, second in county, first in Monocacy Valley Athletic League, first in Class 1A Region II, won state Class 1A title. GIRLS -- 2-5 in dual meets, second in thecounty, fourth in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, first in Class 1A Region II, second in the state Class 1A meet

Top returnees: BOYS -- Seniors, Kirk Lindsay (hurdles), James Johnson (throws), Todd Leckron (middle distance), Jason Wilhide (distance), David Cox (distance), Joe Kreit (distance), Sam Perry (jumps, pole vault), Jim Wright(jumps), Mike Arntz (vaulting); juniors, Pat Bosley (middle distance), Mitch Jones (middle distance), John Cox (jumps); sophomores, Dave Bull (jumps), Paul Coale (jumps), Scott Kreit (sprints), Brian Lawson(throws). GIRLS -- Seniors, Amy Dunn (hurdles, relays), Crystal Becker (throws), Jenny Tregoning (jumps), Angie Graybill (distance); juniors, Dani Deeds (sprints, relays), Monica Smith (relays, sprints)

Top newcomers: BOYS -- Junior, David Jordan (relays). GIRLS -- Sophomore, Tina Smith (jumps, relays); freshmen, Becky Tregoning (jumps), Becky Etzler (jumps)

Coaches' comments: BOYS -- "It looks like we're going to get another real strong group of sprinters (in the freshman class). Our concern is replacing Steve Forman. We don't have the dominant sprinter we've had for the last 20 years or so." GIRLS -- "Thegirls team is definitely rebuilding. We've got some good, young kids. But it's hard for a freshman to come in and have an impact."

TheCarroll County Sun's outlook: BOYS -- Even without Forman, Key should be in good shape to defend its regional title and make another run at the state championship. The Eagles also should be a solid second in the county and contenders for the MVAL crown, with Middletown beingthe primary challenger. GIRLS -- With the loss of several important athletes to graduation and injury, the Eagles will not reach their usual lofty heights this year. Third or fourth in the county and the middle of the pack in the MVAL are likely.

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