High School Sports Scores

May 28, 2011|By Baltimore Sun reporter

SATURDAY  BASEBALL  STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

(at Ripken Stadium)

CLASS 3A

J.M. Bennett 5, LaPlata 2, 8 inn.

CLASS 2A

N.Caroline 17, No. 10 Lansdowne 6  CLASS 1A

St. Michael's 4, No. 7 Patterson Mill 0

SOFTBALL  STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

(at College Park)

CLASS 4A

Urbana 5, No. 1 Chesapeake-AA 3

CLASS 3A

Northern-Calvert 3, No. 3 Howard 0

CLASS 2A

Easton 8, No. 6 Lansdowne 5

CLASS 1A

Catoctin 10, No. 15 Loch Raven 0

TRACK AND FIELD  STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

(at Morgan State)

CLASS 4A

BOYS

Team scores (top 5): 1. T. Johnson, 102; 2. Duval, 66; 3. Oxon Hill, 50; 4. Suitland, 47; 5. North Point, 45. Top finishers: 110-meter hurdles: 1. Smith (OX), 14.36; 2. Oparaku (DUV), 14.80; 3. Carr (ER), 15.04. 100: 1. Perry (DUV), 10.95; 2. Harris (ANN), 11.07; 3. Whitaker (WIS), 11.14. 1,600: 1. Keith (TJ), 4:18.44; 2. Ahalt (ER), 4:20.05; 3. Ellis (WJ), 4:20.59. 400: 1. Page (WIS), 47.82; 2. Ibadin (DUV), 48.62; 3. Roberson (LAU), 49.32. 300 hurdles: 1. Newman (TJ), 38.79; 2. Carr (ER), 39.13; 3. Oparaku (DUV), 39.81. 200: 1. Page (WIS), 21.97; 2. Jacobs (SUI), 22.32; 3. Perry (DUV), 22.57. 800: 1. Ibadin (DUV), 1:52.53; 2. Martin (RM), 1:53.91; 3. Harper (MEA), 1:55.80. 400 relay: 1. Suitland, 42.29; 2. Meade, 43.16; 3. Annapolis, 43.23. 1,600 relay: 1. Suitland, 3:18.33; 2. Duval, 3:18.47; 3. Laurel, 3:21.15. Triple jump: 1. Butler (NP), 46-4.75; 2. Wynn (WOO), 46-2.75; 3. Holland (MEA), 45-0.25. Discus: 1. Elhage (CHU), 150-3; 2. Ademola (BLA), 147-1; 3. Edokobi (RM), 144-1.

GIRLS

Team scores (top 5): 1. Northwest, 85; 2. T. Johnson, 59; 3. Wootton, 48; 4. Old Mill, 45.5; 5. Sherwood, 33. Top finishers: 110-meter hurdles: 1. Franklin (OLM), 13.89 (class record); 2. Adeokun (DUV), 14.91; 3. Shaw (WOO), 15.05. 100: 1. Ekpone (NOR), 11.85; 2. Adeokun (DUV), 12.28; 3. White (MAG), 12.49. 1,600: 1. Bouvett (WJ), 5:00.25; 2. Corbett (WOO), 5:04.60; 3. Plombon (TJ), 5:06.18.400: 1. Ekpone (NOR), 53.15 (state meet record); 2. Franklin (OLM), 54.26; 3. Abbey (LAU), 57.11. 300 hurdles: 1. Franklin (OLM), 43.41; 2. Putman (SHE), 44.96; 3. Deppen (WOO), 45.09. 200: 1. Ekpone (NOR), 24.67; 2. Watkins (MAG), 25.42; 3. Parson (OLM), 25.64. 800: 1. Eckerstrom (NOR), 2:12.32; 2. Hayes (SPK), 2:16.42; 3. Johnson (ER), 2:17.29. 400 relay: 1. Northwest, 47.52; 2. Suitland, 48.59; 3. C.H. Flowers, 49.16. 1,600 relay: 1. Northwest, 3:46.22 (state record); 2. E. Roosevelt 3:53.50; 2. Old Mill, 3:55.25. Pole vault: 1. Wall (DUL), 12-1 (state record); 2. Stewart (URB), 10-0; 3. Reilly (CHE), 9-6. Long jump: 1. Adeokun (DUV), 17-6; 2. Caulk (CHU), 17-2; 3. Harris (GAI), 16-8.5. High jump: 1. Holston (SHE), 5-4; 2. Harris (GAI), 5-4; 3. Ravenscroft (NCO), 5-2. Shot put: 1. Taylor (BOW), 44-8.5; 2. Ovejera (TJ), 38-8.5; 3. Frink (WOO), 38-5.

CLASS 3A

BOYS

Team scores (top 5): 1. Linganore, 72; 2. Potomac, 69; 3. Reservoir, 66; 4. Quince Orchard, 33; 5. Hereford, 32.Top finishers: 110-meter hurdles: 1. Echols (POT), 14.19; 2. Randall (LIN), 14.22; 3. Mitchell (RES), 14.48.100: 1. Darby (POT), 10.88; 2. McDowell (LAC), 11.17; 3. Sosoo (RES), 11.19. 1,600: 1. Bruning (LIN), 4:20.99; 2. Schuler (RES), 4:21.74; 3. Belson (ATH), 4:24.66. 400: 1. Clagget (POL), 48.76; 2. Cruz (AB), 49.40; 3. Gardner (JFK), 49.61.300 hurdles: 1. Echols (POT), 37.86; 2. Cruz (FRE), 38.83; 3. Jones (TST), 39.28. 200: 1. Darby (POT), 21.37; 2. Cruz (AB), 22.47; 3. McDowell (LAC), 22.49. 800: 1. O'Connor (NOR), 1:52.89; 2. Campbell (RES), 1:57.83; 3. Schuler (RES), 1:57.91. 400 relay: 1. Potomac, 42.15; 2. Linganore, 42.69; 3. Howard, 43.40. 1,600 relay: 1. Largo, 3:23.54; 2. Clarksburg, 3:23.85; 3. Reservoir, 3:25.17. Triple jump: 1. Garner (WL), 46-9; 2. Hazly-Ward (WSL), 45-3.75; 3. Pumphrey (ATH), 44-10. Pole vault: 1. Hollowell (SD), 15-3 (state record); 2. Payne (HER), 12-0; 3. Martello (HER), 11-6. Discus: 1. Myers (TUS), 147-3; 2. Leroy (CTN), 134-4; 3. Schlosser (WAT), 132-1.

GIRLS

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