2012-13 All-Metro first team for girls indoor track

March 22, 2013|By Jeff Seidel | For The Baltimore Sun

Sarah Ashwood

Hereford, junior

* Her second consecutive Class 3A state title in the 1,600 meters completed a perfect season in the event

* Finished second in the 800 and ran on the seventh-place 1,600 relay team at the state meet

* Accounted for 20 of Hereford's 66.66 points, leading the Bulls to their second straight state title

* Verbally committed to play lacrosse at Delaware

Brittney Chavis

Harford Tech, senior

* Had some of the area's top performances in the shot put this season

* Finished second at the Class 2A state title meet with a throw of 38 feet, 11.75 inches

* Also won the Class 2A East regional title with a throw of 37-7.25

* Her throw at the state meet was the best from a local athlete in all classifications and best locally this winter, according to Running Maryland

Imani Daye

Northwestern, senior

* Has developed into a solid runner who's helping Northwestern develop into a successful program in the area

* Won the 300 at the Class 1A state championship meet last month

* Also finished second in the 500, behind Western Tech's Sharon Dorsey, who set a Class 1A record

* In an impressive feat, she won the 55, 300 and 500 at the Baltimore City championship meet

Sharon Dorsey

Western Tech, junior

* Finished the winter with a record-setting performance at the Class 1A title meet

* Set two classification records with wins in the 500 (1:16.16) and 800 (2:20.88)

* Also ran on the winning 3,200 relay team in that meet, leading the Wolverines to a second-place finish

* Won both individual events at the Baltimore County championship meet earlier in the winter

Jessica Harris

Mount de Sales, junior

* Had an outstanding season, especially running middle-distance races

* Won the 800 at the IAAM title meet, finished second in the 1,600 and ran on the 1,600 relay team that placed second

* Ran the 800 in 2:14.14 this season, a time that was among the best in the country for much of the winter

* Never ran track before starting high school, but she continues to improve

Lakin Hatcher

McDonogh, sophomore

* A versatile athlete who scores a lot of points and helps to make the Eagles tough to beat

* Won 55 and 300 to lead McDonogh to another IAAM championship this winter

* Also anchored the first-place 800 relay team during the title meet

* Thanks to her speed, she's used in a number of ways, especially in sprints and relays

Sidney Hayes

McDonogh, junior

* Another good athlete who scores points for the Eagles in runs, relays and field events

* Showed her versatility at the IAAM title meet, winning the 500 and running on the first-place 3,200 relay team

* Also finished second in the long jump at the championship meet as McDonogh won the team title

* Ranked 16th in the United States in the 500 with her time of 1:16.26 this season

Christine London

Howard, senior

* Her winning time of 7.98 seconds in the 55 hurdles at the Class 3A state meet was the best in all four classes -- and ranked fifth in the U.S.

* Finished fifth in the 55 dash and ran on the Lions' fourth-place 800 relay and sixth-place 1,600 relay teams at the state meet

* Won the 55 hurdles and placed fourth in the 55 dash at the Class 3A East regional meet

* Also won both the 55 dash and 55 hurdles at the Howard County title meet

Julia Nardone

Glenelg, sophomore

* Proved to be the top distance runner in Class 2A this winter

* Won both the 1,600 (5:09.75) and 3,200 (11:19.54) at the Class 2A state championship meet

* Also finished in first place in both events at the Class 2A Central regional meet

* Only ran the 1,600 twice -- at the regional and state meets -- but dominated both times

Tabitha Pyatt

Poly, junior

* Finished second in the high jump at the Class 4A state meet (5 feet, 4 inches)

* Also was second in the Class 4A Central regional meet with a jump of 5-4

* Won the Baltimore City championship meet with her jump of 5-1

* Ran different events, including sprints and relays, to help the Engineers several times during the season

Emma Staisloff

Severna Park, senior

* Won pole vault at most events, but she lost to Chesapeake-AA's Sarah Taylor in the Class 4A state meet

* Set a record of 10 feet, 6 inches with her winning performance at the Anne Arundel County championship meet

* Finished first at the Class 4A Central regional meet with a vault of 11-6

* Placed third in the state title meet (10-6) as Westminster's Alex Howell also vaulted that height

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