All-baltimore County

March 22, 2006



Keith Brown Jr.


The senior took home four gold medals at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championships, pacing the No. 1 Eagles to back-to-back conference titles.

Brown swept the 55 meters (6.64 seconds) and the 55 hurdles (7.74) and ran legs of the triumphant 800 and 1,600 relay squads.

His best event was the 55 hurdles, which he won at the Hall of Fame Classic (7.51), the Bishop Loughlin Games (7.55), the Montgomery Invitational (7.56) and the Frostbite Invite (7.5). Brown set a school record in the 60 hurdles at the Virginia Tech Invitational with a time of 8.21.

coach of the year

Mark Pryor


The Warriors were stunned by Randallstown last winter, as the Rams came out of nowhere to capture the Baltimore County title. No. 10 Woodlawn made sure there were no surprises this season, as it relied on junior distance runner Dwight Parker and his teammates to grab the program's seventh county crown in nine years.

The Warriors collected the Class 4A-3A Central regional championship before finishing in a tie for eighth at the state meet.

The team

Name School Class

Brandon Bartley Perry Hall Senior

Keith Brown Jr. McDonogh Sen ior

Denard Drew Lansdowne Senior

Jason Gross McDonogh Senior

Garnell Hall Catonsville Senior

Anders Hulleberg Park Junior

Chris McIntosh Franklin Junior

Damein Montgomery Woodlawn Senoir

Dwight Parker Woodlawn Junior

Zach Roth Franklin Junior

Anthony Rowe Calvert Hall Soph.

Kevin Summers Loch Raven Sen ior

Note -- Teams selected by Edward Lee after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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