All-baltimore County

June 04, 2008

Girls track

Performer of the Year

Amanda Kimbers


The junior played a major role in McDonogh repeating as Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland champion this spring. A versatile performer, she helped the Eagles in sprints, relays and field events. She won the 100 (12.20 seconds) and 200 (25.29), ran on the first-place 400 relay (49.80) and took third in the long jump at the IAAM title meet.

Kimbers' absence from the winter meet because of a freak foot injury likely cost the Eagles the title, and co-coach Jeff Sanborn said they were thrilled to have her back this spring.

Coach of the Year

Sarah Sheetz


She did a good job of helping build the Comets into a well-rounded team that came in second in the county and sixth in the state in Class 3A. She had All-Metro performer Kellie Christian, and a number of other good performers in sprints, relays and field events gave the team a good foundation throughout the season.

The Comets suffered a tough loss in the Baltimore County meet, coming in a close second to Hereford, but bounced back later to edge the Bulls in the state meet. The team

Name School CL

Kristen Brown McDonogh So.

Lauren Campbell Western Tech Sr.

Kellie Christian Catonsville Jr.

Jenna Cimino Hereford Jr.

Monique Hawkins New Town Sr.

Amanda Kimbers McDonogh Jr.

Michelle Newman Eastern Tech Sr.

Camilla Nichols Pikesville Sr.

Uju Ofoche Parkville Jr.

Rachel Pillion Towson Jr.

Fallon Rovel-Jones New Town Sr.

Lacey Shuman Maryvale So.

Sasha Smallwood Pikesville Fr.

Kelly Yarn Western Tech Sr.

Moriah Young McDonogh Jr.

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

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