Western girls, Carver boys take home city track titles

May 15, 2010|By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun

The top-ranked Western girls and No. 7 Carver boys won the championships at the Baltimore City track and field title meet Saturday at Mervo. 

Western repeated as champion, winning nine events and finishing with 195 points to outlast Poly (161) and No. 7 Digital Harbor (113). The Doves got a big performance from Ajada Thomas, who won the long jump, triple jump, high jump and ran on the victorious 800-meter relay.

Carver had an easier time, posting 183.5 points and easily beating Poly (102). The Bears also had a four-event winner as Jawan Parker captured the long jump, and the 100 and 200. He also ran on the winning 400 relay. 

There were several other good performance at the meet, starting with Kenneth McCuin from Mervo. He won the 400 and 800 and ran on the winning 3,200 relay team.

Ahmed Idris from Northwestern came up big in the distance races, winning both the 1,600 and 3,200. Poly''s Trevin Fauntleroy took first in the high jump and triple jump.

For the girls, Brittney Rooks from Poly swept the 1,600 and 3,200. Teammate Jasmin Selby added wins in the 200 and 400. Brinae Robinson helped Western's winning cause with a win in the 800 and a second-place finish in the 1,600.

Both Western's girls and Carver's boys won indoor state titles this past winter.  

Boys golf

McDonogh 14 1/2, Mount St. Joseph 61/2: The Eagles (10-2) won the MIAA A Conference championship for a second straight year at Caves Valley Golf Course.

McDonogh beat Gilman in last year's championship. The Gaels finished 9-2.

In No. 1 match play, Jay Sapperstein (McDonogh) defeated Steve Celestina (Mount St. Joseph), 2-1.

Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.

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