Dulaney girls, boys take Day 1 leads

Baltimore County meet resumes today at Hereford

Track and field

May 14, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Dulaney's distance runners once again came through in solid fashion yesterday as both the school's girls and boys teams took the lead in the two-day Baltimore County track and field championships at Hereford High School.

That Dulaney's girls took the lead was no surprise, with Tenke Zoltani dominating the 3,200-meter run in 11 minutes, 20 seconds and sharing in a 3,200 relay win.

Parkville stood a close second to Dulaney's girls, 39-38, with Perry Hall in the chase with 32 points.

The Dulaney boys' 10-point advantage over defending champion Woodlawn, 39-29, at the end of Day 1 came as a mild surprise.

Of course, dead ahead in the meet's closing session starting at 10 a.m. today are events the Warriors thrive on -- the hurdles, sprints and the shorter relays.

Dulaney's boys nipped Woodlawn in the 3,200 relay by less than a second in 8: 14.1, but their team margin was accomplished when Greg Dulaney won the 3,200 run.

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