Boys first team

1992 ALL-BALTIMORE COUNTY/CITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS

November 16, 1992|By Lem Satterfield

Matt Beliveau, Loyola, Sr. -- Beliveau, the MSA champion, rebounded from a muscle pull in his hip to set a course record (16:30) at Loyola in a dual-meet victory against Curley. He won the six-team Catholic championship at Georgetown Prep.

Matt Buck, Gilman, Sr. -- Buck, the MSA runner-up, was second in the Anne Arundel Invitational -- where he became the only MSA runner to beat Beliveau. Beliveau and Buck broke the Gilman course record in their dual-meet encounter, running 16:52 and 16:53, respectively.

James Davies, Catonsville, Jr. -- Davies was the surprise winner of the Baltimore County championship in 16:27. He placed fifth in a competitive 3A, Region II race.

Keon Littrell, Dulaney, Sr. -- Littrell was the Baltimore County runner-up and 4A, Region II champion. His time in the regional (17:07) was the fastest of the day.

Mike Mamo, Milford Mill, Sr. -- Mamo missed most of this season with stress fractures and shin splints but won all three of the races he competed in, including his second straight 1A, Region II crown in a course-record 16:39. He won the Lake Forest Invitational and the University of Maryland Invitational.

Kyle Martin, Calvert Hall, Jr. -- Martin, fourth in the MSA, set a course record (16:25) by more than 20 seconds at Calvert Hall, edging Buck (16:27) in a meet that clinched the dual-meet title for the Cardinals. He was runner-up at the Anne Arundel County meet.

Derek Rice, Curley, Jr. -- Rice, who was third in the MSA, set a course record at St. Paul's (17:35) and had what was then the best time of the season (17:02) at Herring Run Park. He beat Buck two out of three times this season.

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