Woodlawn, Dulaney take regional titles Indoor track and field

February 18, 1993|By John Harris III | John Harris III,Contributing Writer

Woodlawn's boys and Dulaney's girls claimed first place in last night's Class 4A Region I indoor track and field championships at the Fifth Regiment Armory.

The Warriors took top honors in the boys meet with 80 points -- 11 better than second-place Quince Orchard of Montgomery County, while Dulaney collected 90 points -- 27 more than second-place girls finisher Woodlawn.

Perry Hall's girls squad totaled 56 points to give Baltimore County a clean sweep of the top three spots.

Amanda White highlighted the Dulaney girls effort, winning the 3,200, 1,600 and 800 in times of 10:10.1, 5:04.2 and 2:25.9, respectively.

White's teammate, Kristen Friz, and Perry Hall's Megan Makowski placed second and third in times of 5:24.0 and 5:34.1, respectively, in the 1,600, and 11:42.9 and 12:15.4 in the 3,200.

Woodlawn's Toni Fleming also garnered two regional championships, winning the girls 55-meter hurdles in 8.6 seconds and the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 1 inch.

The Warriors boys placed first in three individual events and one relay (3,200, 8:45.5). Karmann Henderson crossed the tape in the 300 with a time of 37.2, Vincent Monteate recorded a 7.6 in the 55 hurdles, and Marlon Harris took the 800 in 2:04.3.

The fourth-placed Perry Hall boys (56 1/2 points) put two members in the winner's circle. Jim Banach sprinted to a 6.3-second finish in the 55 meters, and Charles Adams put the shot 50 feet, 3 inches. Dulaney's Ian Vair and Corey Brooks finished third and fourth with tosses of 42-1 and 38-7 3/4 , respectively. Dulaney's boys notched a team score of 43, good for fifth place.

The 4A state meet will return to the Fifth Regiment Armory on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.

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