Girls first team


November 16, 1992|By Lem Satterfield

Dishina Davis, Dulaney, Jr. -- Davis played an important leadership role as the Lions' top underclassman. She was sixth in the county meet and fourth in the regional.

Ashley Dorr, Dulaney, Jr. -- Door was the No. 4 runner on a deep DTC squad, but her times would put her ahead of some of the best runners from other teams. She was seventh in the county meet and fifth in the region.

Becky Foster, Towson, Fr. -- Foster, a 14-year-old, placed fifth in the county before winning the 2A, Region II meet by 25 seconds. It was the first win of her high school career.

Kristen Friz, Dulaney, Sr. -- Long hours of swimming and weight training paid off for Friz, who finished third in the county meet and second in the regional.

Megan Makowski, Perry Hall, Soph. -- Makowski was fourth in the county meet and third in the region, and had the fastest time (20:33, for fifth place) for a Maryland girl in the Harford County Invitational.

Bridget Olp, Catonsville, Soph. -- Olp followed her county runner-up finish behind White by taking the 3A, Region II crown in 21:08. She finished ahead of last year's regional champion, runner-up Stacey Servia of C. Milton Wright, and Harford County champ Christi Moon of Aberdeen.

Amanda White, Dulaney, Sr. -- A two-time Baltimore Sun Runner of the Year, White is a three-time county, regional and state champion. Voted The Baltimore Sun's Female Athlete of the Year last spring, White had her closest race a year ago, when she tied Virginia's Megan McCarthy in a season-opening meet. No state runner has come within a minute of her since then.

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