Girls Track

March 21, 2007


Jessica Tongue


Tongue got off to quite a start in her first season of indoor track.

The former basketball player swept the 55 meters in the county, regional and Class 3A-2A state meets. Tongue also ran on relays and combined with teammate Torrie Saunders to help Annapolis score 34 points and finish second in the state.

The junior's time of 7.14 seconds in the 55 nearly broke a state record, and helped the Panthers stay close to eventual state champion North Carroll.


Brian Brown


Brown and assistant coach Charles Gross converted Jessica Tongue and Torrie Saunders into sprinters, which played a major role in the Panthers finishing second in the Class 3A-2A state meet.

They also built strong relay teams around the duo, another key to Annapolis' success.

The Team

Name School Class

Nicole Curry Arundel Senior

Jessica Dembinski North County Senior

Julie Gardner Severna Park Soph.

Kelsie Hill Severna Park Soph.

Liya Kasimova Severna Park Junior

Christina Mason Meade Senior

Jessica Nazerinus Chesapeake Junior

Tionne Oliver Northeast Senior

Jessica Tongue Annapolis Junior

Torrie Saunders Annapolis Junior

Jen Whitfield South River Junior

Tait Woodward Broadneck Senior

Note -- Team selected by Jeff Seidel after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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