Zoltani's win in 3,200 lifts Dulaney to Balto. Co. lead

Knox claims 3,200, puts boys team ahead, as well

Track and field

High schools

May 09, 2002|By Lem Satterfield | Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF

Dulaney's girls and boys have the lead after one day of the Baltimore County track and field championships at Hereford, with the meet to be completed Saturday.

Dulaney's Tenke Zoltani won the 3,200 meters in 11 minutes, 9.9 seconds - 26 seconds in front of Towson's Cori Koch. Zoltani ran the third leg of the winning 3,200 relay team with Catherine Winders, Christine Myers and anchor Kelley Fanshaw.

Dulaney's Kristen Marshall cleared 8 feet, 6 inches to win the pole vault, followed by teammates Christy Zuidema and Branden Bergeron.

Dulaney's Will Knox (9:45.6) won the boys 3,200 three seconds before teammate Billy Duffy.

In the boys 800 relay, Pikesville's Patrick Sims, Reggie Dean, Brandon Smith and Adam Grossman won in 1:13.1 - two-tenths of a second better than Woodlawn and three-tenths better than Loch Raven. Woodlawn's Marja Holmes, Nadine Kwetchowu, Leslie Conley and Jodi Benjamin won the girls race in 1:48.4 - four-tenths ahead of Milford Mill.

Woodlawn's Mike Watson won the long jump, Perry Hall's Ken Defontes the pole vault and Lansdowne's Glen Edwards the shot put.

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