Conarie Steinbach's shutout propels Centennial baseball past Marriotts Ridge | Howard County sports roundup

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May 18—Centennial pitcher Conarie Steinbach on Monday threw one of the most impressive games of the Howard County baseball season so far.

The senior righty struck out 11 and allowed only one hit in a shutout win over Marriotts Ridge.

"He was outstanding," said Centennial head coach Denis Ahearn on the phone after the game. "He had three pitches working. He had a lot of confidence, and he worked with a good rhythm."

Ahearn said Steinbach and sophomore catcher Qwynn Ahearn had great "sequences" to attack the Mustangs' hitters.

"Qwynn called a good game, and Conarie executed," Denis Ahearn said.

The only hit Steinbach allowed was in the sixth inning. He threw 15 first-pitch strikes out of 23 chances.

Centennial improved to 4-1 with the home triumph. The Eagles also have wins over Atholton, Wilde Lake and Mt. Hebron. Their only loss is against River Hill.

The shutout was the second straight by the Eagles. On May 14, Cadeyrn Ahearn and Carter Watson combined to shut out the Vikings.

"Obviously if you go out there and get great pitching performances and play great defense, you're gonna win a lot of games," Denis Ahearn said. "That's the key for every team."

At the plate, Centennial was led by Watson, Jack Pistner and Dylan Watson, all of whom smacked two hits. Pistner tallied a game-high three RBIs for the Eagles.

Marriotts Ridge (2-3) pitcher Nick Lienhard struck out six in his five innings on the mound. Jordan Peguese had the Mustangs' only hit.

The loss snaps Marriotts Ridge's two-game winning streak.

Centennial 7, Marriotts Ridge 0

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MR — 000 000 0 — 0 1 3

C — 040 210 x — 7 8 0

W: C — Conarie Steinbach; L: MR — Nick Leinhard.

OTHER BASEBALL SCORES:

Howard 11, Hammond 4

Two crooked-numbered innings led the Lions to the convincing win over the Golden Bears. Howard (3-1) scored four runs in the fifth and seventh innings, both of which helped to stymie comebacks from Hammond (1-4). The Lions were only ahead 3-2 in the fifth when they scored four to go up 7-2. Then, the Golden Bears came back to score two in the sixth, but Howard put the game out of reach with four more runs in the seventh. Ben Fader, Cooper Haberern and Nathan Dawes led the Lions with two RBIs apiece. Fader had two hits at the plate. On the mound, the Lions were paced by Ryan Anderson, who struck out five in three innings. Hammond, meanwhile, was led by Nick Wilk, who tallied three hits at the plate and two RBIs.

Box score:

Ho — 120 040 4 — 11 7 2

Ha — 002 002 0 — 4 8 3

Reservoir 5, Atholton 4

The Gators (3-1) earned an exciting extra-inning win over the Raiders (3-2), with Ryan Knisley delivering the walk-off single in the bottom of the eighth. The game was tied 3-3 after seven innings, and Atholton took a one-run lead to start the eighth. But Reservoir responded in the bottom of the eighth with two runs to win the game. Travis Thompson and Nate Del Tufo led the Gators on the mound, while Ben Davis had the team's lone extra-base hit with a double in the win.

Box score:

A — 000 012 01 — 4 5 1

Re — 010 020 02 — 5 8 2

River Hill 11, Oakland Mills 2

The Hawks came out swinging against the Scorpions, scoring nine runs in the first two innings. Ehi Okojie led the Hawks' offense, going 3-for-4 with a home run, double, four RBIs and two runs. River Hill (4-1) received a complete pitching effort with five different pitchers throwing in the win. Demetre Koutras (3-for-4, double and triple) and Eje Okojie (2-for-3 and two doubles) also had good days at the plate for River Hill. After the tough first two innings, Oakland Mills (0-4) pitcher Tyler Miles settled down, retiring eight of the last 10 batters he faced. He struck out eight in four innings. Chance Meadows then came in for the Scorps, punching out four in two innings. Andrew Kelly and Miles led Oakland Mills at the plate with RBI doubles.

Box score:

OM — 100 100 0 — 2 5 4

RH — 630 101 x — 11 11 2

W: RH — Ryan Pickus; L: OM — Tyler Miles

2B: RH — Eje Okojie 2, Ehi Okojie, Demetre Koutras; OM — Andrew Kelly, Tyler Miles.

3B: RH — Demetre Koutras.

HR: RH — Ehi Okojie.

Glenelg 12, Long Reach 2

Harrison Hobdy led the Gladiators (3-2) to the mercy-rule win over the Lightning (2-3). The senior threw a complete game, allowing two unearned runs and two hits while striking out five. At the plate, Hobdy went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs. Also leading the Gladiators' offense was DJ Stolba (1-for-2 with three runs), Alfonse Dello Russo (2-for-3, single and double) and Andrew Johnson (two-RBI double).

Wilde Lake 9, Mt. Hebron 0

Senior Grant Gladden threw a three-hit shutout to lead the Wildecats (1-3) to their first victory of the season. Offensively, all of the Wilde Lake runs came via the long ball against the Vikings (2-3). Sophomore Brady McGonigal got the Wildecats on the board with a three-run homer in the bottom of the first. Freshman Xavier Gilliam added a two-run home run in the third and a grand slam in the sixth. Gladden struck out six on the mound and also went 3-for-3 with a double, a triple and three runs.

Box score:

MH — 000 000 0 — 0 3 0

WL — 302 004 x — 9 9 1

W: WL — Grant Gladden; L: MH — Mike Brogno.

2B: WL — Gladden.

3B: WL — Gladden.

HR: WL — Xavier Gilliam 2, Brady McGonigal.

St. Paul's 9, Glenelg Country 3 (MIAA B playoffs)

St. Paul's took a 7-1 lead after three innings and never let go en route to the MIAA B Conference playoff win. Marcus Arterburn doubled home Dylan Melton in the top of the first to give Glenelg Country the early lead. But St. Paul's responded with three rules in the second and four in the third. The Dragons' two runs in the sixth were off the bats of Tommy Berbert and Trey Miller. With the loss, the Dragons fall to the loser's bracket and will play Indian Creek on Tuesday. They'll need to win four straight games to win the championship.

Box score:

GC — 100 002 0 — 3 6 2

SP — 034 020 x — 9 8 1

W: SP — Alex Cromwell; L: GC — Dylan Melton.

SOFTBALL:

Howard 16, Hammond 5

A seven-run second inning helped spur on the Lions (3-2) to the road victory over the Golden Bears (2-2).

Samantha Hobert got it done in the pitching circle (4 strikeouts in 4 innings) and at the plate (3-4, double, homerun, 4 RBI). The long ball was the first of Hobert's high school career.

Angie Tyler (double) and Maddie Coleman (double, 2 RBI) also added three-hit days. Erin Gorschboth and Kaylee Delosantos joined Hobert with home runs for Howard, while Lindsey Smith added a triple.

Hammond scored three times in the third inning and then one run apiece in the sixth and seventh.

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Ho 070 212 4 16-19-1

Ha 003 001 1 5-10-7

River Hill 16, Oakland Mills 1

The Hawks (2-2) scored 11 runs in the first two innings en route to the mercy-rule triumph over the Scorpions (0-4). Abby Shim pitched a complete game, allowing two hits, striking out nine and walking no one. Ellie Hasegawa (2-for-4 with three RBIs), Brooke Gettier (2-for-4 with two RBIs) and Sara Emig (2-for-3, double, triple and two RBIs) led the Hawks at the plate.

Box score:

OM — 000 10 — 1 2 4

RH — 652 3x — 16 12 0

2B: RH — Emig, Schmidt; OM — Paige.

3B: RH — Emig.

Reservoir 19, Atholton 0

Kylee Gunkel and Alyssa Kelly combined to throw a no-hitter in the Gators' blowout win over the Raiders (0-4). Gunkel struck out five in two innings, while Kelly punched out four in three frames. The only baserunner allowed was via a walk. The win is the fifth straight to start the season for Reservoir (5-0). The Gators have allowed only one run so far this season.

In the loss, Atholton got strong defensive performances from Natalie May and Lydia Yeager.

Box score:

A — 000 00 — 0 0 0

Re — 5(10)4 0x — 19 9 0

2B: Re — Frisvold, Ecker, Bright.

3B: Re — Johnson, Gunkel.

Wilde Lake 17, Mt. Hebron 7

The Wildecats (4-0) stayed red hot at the plate, bouncing back after allowing seven runs in the top of the first inning to beat the Vikings (3-2) and remain undefeated. Wilde Lake, which has scored 12 or more runs in every game this season, is the first team this season to score more than two times in a game against Mt. Hebron.

Wilde Lake ended up collecting 16 hits as a team, led by Heather McQueeney (4-5, triple, 5 runs), Justyce Richard (3-5, double, 6 RBI, 3 runs), Veronica Goode (2-4, home run, 3 RBI, 3 Runs) and Nokomis Styers (2-2, double, RBI). Richard also pitched and earned the win, striking out four in six innings of work.

After Mt. Hebron did all of its damage in the top of the first, batting through its lineup, Wilde Lake's defense settled in and its offense battled back. The Wildecats scored three in the first, four in the second and then five in the third to take a lead they never lost the rest of the way. A four-run sixth inning closed out the game.

Erin Behel paced the Mt. Hebron offense by going 2-4 with a RBI and run scored.

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MH 700 000 7-7-2

WL 345 104 17-16-2

Glenelg 5, Long Reach 1

With the game tied through five innings, the Gladiators broke through in the sixth with four runs en route to the home victory. The Glenelg (3-2) offense was led by Sage Huber (2-4, double, run, RBI) and Jamie Shaw (2-3, run). Jordyn Woodling added a RBI double, while Emily Piwowarski smacked a 2-RBI single in the decisive sixth inning. In the circle, Liz Smoldon allowed only one run and struck out three.

Amelia Bross led Long Reach (1-4), striking out six in a complete game. The Lightning's only run was an RBI double from Holly Ryan that scored Taylor Slonac.

Box score:

LR — 100 000 0 — 1 3 2

G — 100 004 0 — 5 7 0

W: G — L. Smoldon; L: LR — A. Bross.

Marriotts Ridge 23, Centennial 0

Ashleigh Gerber (2-3, 6 RBI) had a huge day, including a grand slam in the first inning and a two-run homerun later in the game, to lead the Mustangs (4-1) to the shutout win over the Eagles (0-4). Sarah Fan (4-4, triple, 3 RBI and 2 runs), Brynne Mellady (3-4, double, 5 RBI, 3 runs) and Melina Parson (3-4, double, 2 runs) all had huge offensive efforts as well.

In the circle, Mustangs pitchers Jasmine Smith (seven strikeouts) and Lauren Tolle combined to allow just two hits in five innings of work.

Both Centennial hits in the loss came from junior third baseman Allison Keen (2-2).

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MR (11)72 21 23-20-0

C 000 00 0-2-4

GIRLS LACROSSE:

Hammond 13, Long Reach 12

The Golden Bears (1-1) won their first game of the season with a dramatic second-half comeback that included a game-saving stop by sophomore goalie Mia Addo as time expired to preserve the one-goal victory over the Lightning (0-4).

Hammond trailed 8-6 at the half and by four, 10-6, in the second half before rallying to take the lead. Jessica Williamson (7 goals), Hannah Haber (3 goals), Lizzy Hughes (2 goals) and Nhi Nguyen (goal) accounted for the Golden Bears' offense. The midfield group of Williamson, Haber and Lily DeBlasio stood out all game, according to coach Lindsay Kolesar, and so did defenders Sarah Quade and Jenna Wilson.

With Hammond leading by one goal and time ticking down, a foul was called and one second was put on the clock. That's when Addo made the game-clinching save on the final shot by the Lightning.

Reservoir 18, Wilde Lake 13

The Gators improved to 3-1 with the win over the Wildecats (1-2). Alana Leak (7 goals), Kat Thayer (4 goals, 2 assists) and Savanna Hill (2 goals, 4 assists) were the leaders offensively for Reservoir. On the other side, Cassie Montgomery led Wilde Lake with six goals.

Box score:

Goals: Re — Leak 7, Thayer 4, Hill 2, Rowell 2, Ripkin 1, Gray 1, Malwitz 1, Sung 1; WL — C. Montgomery 6, J. Pittman 3, L. Carlesi 2, K. Hunter 2.

Assists: Re — Hill 4, Thayer 2, Malwitz 2, Rowell 1, Sung 1; WL — L. Carlesi 3, S. Sattar 2, A. Churilla, J. Pittman, C. Montgomery.

Saves: Re — Roberts 2, Carranza 1; WL — E. Sweitzer 13.

Halftime: 13-7, Re.

BOYS LACROSSE:

Long Reach 14, Hammond 1

The Lightning (1-3) celebrated the team's seniors before the game and then went out to earn a convincing win over the Golden Bears (0-2) for their first victory of the season. Elijah McNeil (4 goals), Nick Simon (3 goals) and Sam Chin (2 goals) all found the net multiple times for Long Reach.

Goals: LR — E. McNeil 4, N. Simon 3, S. Chin 2, N. Roby 1, J. Anderson 1, J. McNeil 1, A. Yoon 1, K. Guterrez; Ha — S. Reed 1.

Saves: LR — DJ Belechto 6; Ha — N/A 10.

Halftime: 8-1 LR.

BOYS TENNIS

Marriotts Ridge 3, Centennial 2

No. 1 singles: Vijay Jagarapu, C def. Sai Charan Chodavarapu, MR (9-7)

No. 2 singles: Rafa Feldman, MR def. Keshav Ganapathy, C (8-3)

No. 1 doubles: Danny Ho and Ryan Huang, C def. Revanth Bairi and Pedro Arantes Gabriel, MR (8-6)

No. 2 doubles: Alex Wang and Shreyas Rath, MR def. Tyler H. Lin and Julian Whang, C (8-6)

No. 3 doubles: Ethan Bernstein and Colin Wang, MR def. Michael He and Charlie Lu, C (8-1)

Reservoir 5, Atholton 0

No. 1 singles: Joshua Cai, Re def. Jason Lilly, A (8-1)

No. 2 singles: Edwin Brown, Re def. Alex Nguyen, A (8-2)

No. 1 doubles: Yari Armand and Vikram Battalapalli, Re def. Daniel E. and David S., A (8-2)

No. 2 doubles: Jared Carino and Haider Hussain, Re def. Anthony Zhou and Steven Tzeng, A (8-1)

No. 3 doubles: Sean Kim and Will Tao, Re def. Gabe Scharf and Nico Taber, A (8-0)

Mt. Hebron 5, Wilde Lake 0

No. 1 singles: Guy Scafidi, MH def. Hugh Charles, WL (8-0)

No. 2 singles: Jeff Li, MH 8 def. Maddox Ciesluk, WL (8-0)

No. 1 doubles: Andrew Lee and Jack Lovas, MH def. Des Adeyemi and Dan Asgedam, WL (8-0)

No. 2 doubles: Ethan Doan and Sion Matthew, MH def. Noah Begley and Mathew Batmunck, WL (8-1)

No. 3 doubles: Mason Doan and Sumant Melta, MH def. Sovanmonireach EK and Jonathan Morah, WL (8-1)

Howard 5, Hammond 0

No. 1 singles: Andrew Au, Ho def. Austin Uwimana, Ha (8-0)

No. 2 singles: Niko Bifsas, Ho def. Colin Ward, Ha (8-0)

No. 1 doubles: Richie Pemberton and Alex Brousseau, Ho def. Tyler Prudhamine and Hussain Masood, Ha (8-0)

No. 2 doubles: Savvas Bifsas and Tyson Nguyen, Ho def. Huy Tran and Brandon Nguyen, Ha (8-1)

No. 3 doubles: Amrit Magesh and Tyler Nguyen, Ho def. Gabe Panter and Holdin Rushing, Ha (8-0)

Glenelg 4, Long Reach 1

No. 1 singles: Daniel Danko, G def. Praise Apanisile, LR (9-7)

No. 2 singles: Joel Pollack, LR def. Dean Dwiggins, G (8-6)

No. 1 doubles: Caleb Taylor and John Mastermann, G def. Ben Greenberg and Joshua Eom, LR (8-5)

No. 2 doubles: Mitchell Steinberg and Jack Fitzgibbons, G def. Chris Lopez and Chris Shin, LR (8-1)

No. 3 doubles: Karen Gulati and Kaushal Jatti, G (win by default)

River Hill 5, Oakland Mills 0

No. 1 singles: Sebastien Lair, RH def. Luke Carlson, OM (8-0)

No. 2 singles: Aaron Zhao, RH def. Naod Asres, OM (8-0)

No. 1 doubles: Jai khanna and Aaron Liebskind, RH def. Jaeden Henry and Joel Pazin, OM (8-0)

No. 2 doubles: Daniel Maiorana and Vraj Patel, RH def. Brayden Awukum and Matthew Prempeh, OM (8-0)

No. 3 doubles: Dhruv Gupta and Nikhil Nath, RH def. Hasan Aslam and AJ Rohani, OM (8-0)

GIRLS TENNIS

Centennial 3, Marriotts Ridge 2

No. 1 singles: Rose Huang, C def. Anna Ottman, MR (8-3)

No. 2 singles: Michelle Fradlin, C def. Varsha Devireddy, MR (8-0)

No. 1 doubles: Charita Sandoze and Hashini Amarasinghe, MR def. Audrey Oaksmith and Shreya Vallimanalan, C (8-2)

No. 2 doubles: Srinidhi Arumugam and Gabby Tseytlin, MR def. Sarika Kapadia and Shriya Reddy, C (8-6)

No. 3 doubles: Sarah Blackman and Jianna Blackman, C def. Vinita Badugu and Amrutha Alibili, MR (8-4)

Reservoir 3, Atholton 2

No.1 singles: Jessica Zhou, A def. Grace Tao, Re (8-1)

No. 2 singles: Alanna Ro, Re def. Rissah Remy, A (8-5)

No. 1 doubles: Lexi Nguyen and Niki Patel, A def. Nicole Carino and Gia Santos, Re (8-4)

No. 2 doubles: Alyssa Lee and Kayla Ou, Re def. Jen Chiang and Alsia Hira, A (8-1)

No. 3 doubles: Lexi Lee and Karen Yhim, Re def. Michelle Kim and Eulalua Voo, A (8-1)

Mt. Hebron 5, Wilde Lake 0

No. 1 singles: Trinetra Vijayakamur, MH def. Johana Shin, WL (8-0)

No. 2 singles: Shrinidhi Abaddi, MH def. Kristina Stassui, WL (8-6)

No. 1 doubles: Julia Limack and Shivani Varia, MH def. Kate Kuleza and Sanjana McLaughlin, WL (8-2)

No. 2 doubles: Bonnie Vess and Mira Timalla, MH def. Madison Hays and Sarah Haghighat, WL (8-0)

No. 3 doubles: Riya Nair and Harini Devireddy, MH def. Sage Rivarde and Logan Bitner-Parish, WL (8-1)

Howard 5, Hammond 0

No. 1 singles: Corinne Chau, Ho def. Janel McCray, Ha (8-2)

No. 2 singles: Presley Caroland, Ho def. Ronia Agyeman, Ha (8-5)

No. 1 doubles: Viola Yu and Marina Kim, Ho def. Megan Martin and Mayuri Chakken, Ha (8-2)

No. 2 doubles: Shannon Clifford and Amelia Krieg, Ho def. Cingh Cing and Man Huai, Ha (8-0)

No. 3 doubles: Medha Hegde and Varsha Katheli, Ho def. Olivia Ametewee and Emma Ukah, Ha (8-0)

Glenelg 5, Long Reach 0

No. 1 singles: Ava Stamatakis, G def. Madison Lee, LR (8-0)

No. 2 singles: Akshitaa Jay, G def. Avery Yelton, LR (8-2)

No. 1 doubles: Ally Abruscato and Kousalya Gaddam, G def. Preethi Narayanan and Sanye Thorne, LR (8-0)

No. 2 doubles: Arianna Moadeli and Kate Kim, G def. Zion Par and Brianna Birdied, LR (8-1)

No. 3 doubles: Rukmini Gaddam and Ashley Kim, G def. Kaitlyn Johnson and Skylar Owens, LR (8-0)

River Hill 5, Oakland Mills 0

No. 1 singles: Defne Demirekler, RH def. Gabriella Kerechanin, OM (8-4)

No. 2 singles: RH win by forfeit

No. 1 doubles: Siri Jale and Priyanka Ramulu, RH def. Samantha Mosley and Erinn Kaiser, OM (8-0)

No. 2 doubles: Pooja Swamykumar and Elinor Tu, RH def. Margaret Kato and Estella Brummell, OM (8-1)

No. 3 doubles: RH win by forfeit

TRACK AND FIELD:

The Howard County outdoor track and field season kicked off Saturday, May 15, with all 12 local programs in action at four different meets.

Howard, Atholton and Oakland Mills all swept their meets with their boys and girls teams placing in first, while Reservoir girls and Mt. Hebron boys split the meet at Hammond.

Reservoir's Katelyn Herberholz was the day's lone quadruple winner, placing in first in the 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, 4x200-meter relay and the pole vault. Nine other Howard County track and field athletes were triple winners — Howard's Tahlea Murray and Ibrahim Khairat; River Hill's Samuel Akolo; Glenelg's Susan Shollenberger and Ian Higgins; Oakland Mills' Aliya Murray and Judson Lincoln IV; Reservoir's Jalen Booth-Mitchell; and Mt. Hebron's Jason Taylor.

Results:

River Hill meet

Girls team results: 1. Howard 109; 2. River Hill 43; 3. Marriotts Ridge 22

Boys team results: 1. Howard 84.5; 2. River Hill 43.5; 3. Marriotts Ridge 39

Girls multi-winners: Tahlea Murray, Howard — high jump (4 feet, 6 inches), triple jump (35-11), 4x100 relay (third leg); Janasia Bucker, River Hill — 100-meter dash (11.79 seconds), 200 (:26.04); Jaida Adkins, Howard — 100 hurdles (:20.96), 300 hurdles (1:03); Nimrit Ahuja, Howard — 800 (2:21), 1,600 (5:07); Naomi Andrew, Howard — discus (63-1), shot put (28-4); Kiara Murray, Howard — long jump (16-1.25); 4x100 (fourth leg).

Boys multi-winners: Ibrahim Khairat, Howard — high jump (5-6), long jump (20-8), triple jump (43-9); Samuel Akolo, River Hill — 100 (:11.79), 200 (:23.77), 400 (:52.87); Joseph Raudabaugh, Howard — 800 (1:55), 1,600 (4:22); CJ Marthins, Howard — discus (110), shot put (46-11).

Glenelg meet

Girls team results: 1. Atholton 60; 2. Glenelg 52; 3. Centennial 32

Boys team results: 1. Atholton 75; 2. Glenelg 49; 3. Centennial 42

Girls multi-winners: Susan Shollenberger, Glenelg — 100 hurdles (:19.14), 300 hurdles (:51.12), 4x400 (first leg); Kaila Spence, Glenelg — 800 (2:27), 1,600 (5:20); Aanchal Kasargod, Atholton — 3,200 (11:48), 4x800 (third leg); Liv Ragonese, Centennial — discus (99-4), shot put (29-8.5); Zoe Macer, Atholton — long jump (13-11), 4x200 (third leg); Tiara Kidd, Atholton — triple jump (29-1), 4x100 (fourth leg); Farah Nasir, Atholton — 200 (:26.59), 400 (1:00.78).

Boys multi-winners: Ian Higgins, Glenelg — 100 (:11.18), 200 (:22.68), long jump (19-11.25); William Henderson, Glenelg — 110 hurdles (:20.31), 300 hurdles (:48.65); Adrian Nwakalor, Atholton — 400 (:52.19), high jump (6-2); Antonio Camacho-Bucks, Centennial — 800 (1:55), 1,600 (4:16); Liam Lovering, Centennial — shot put (53-4), discus (167-6).

Oakland Mills meet

Girls team results: 1. Oakland Mills 107; 2. Long Reach 20; 3. Wilde Lake 19

Boys team results: 1. Oakland Mills 90; 2. Wilde Lake 44.5; 3. Long Reach 29.5

Girls multi-winners: Aliya Murray, Oakland Mills — 100 (:12.80), 200 (:26.25), 4x100 (third leg); Greta Giuliano, Wilde Lake — 100 hurdles (:22.41), 300 hurdles (1:04); Frankie Moore, Oakland Mills — 800 (2:38), 1,600 (5:35); MaKayla Pritchett, Oakland Mills — discus (66-4), shot put (28-9); Arianna Marshall, Oakland Mills — high jump (4-8), 4x100 (:52.61); Jordan Dumas, Oakland Mills — long jump (13-5), triple jump (27-3.5).

Boys multi-winners: Judson Lincoln IV, Oakland Mills — 100 (:11.23), 200 (:21.78), 4x200 (second leg); Isiah Rucker, Oakland Mills — 110 hurdles (:14.92), 300 hurdles (:40.98); Baidy Ba, Oakland Mills — 800 (1:55), 1,600 (4:12); Yoel Ged, Wilde Lake — discus (95-9), shot put (43-2); Kanye Holland, Oakland Mills — triple jump (39-5), 4x200 (fourth leg).

Hammond meet

Girls team results: 1. Reservoir 85; 2. Mt. Hebron 59; 3. Hammond 6

Boys team results: 1. Mt. Hebron 73; 2. Reservoir 64; 3. Hammond 36

Girls multi-winners: Katelyn Herberholz, Reservoir — 100 (:12.98), pole vault (8-3), 200 (:26.83), 4x200 (second leg); Kat Parris, Reservoir — 100 hurdles (:16.45); 300 hurdles (49.18); Alexandra Carrico, Mt. Hebron — 400 (1:03), 4x400 (third leg); Caroline McCaffrey, Mt. Hebron — 1,600 (6:02), 4x800 (first leg); Gabby Teachey, Mt. Hebron — 3,200 (13:42), 4x800 (second leg); Meghan Porter, Mt. Hebron — triple jump (31-0.25); 4x400 (second leg).

Boys multi-winners: Jalen Booth-Mitchell, Reservoir — 100 (:11.24), 4x100 (second leg), 4x200 (third leg); Jason Taylor, Mt. Hebron — 300 hurdles (:42.66), high jump (5-8), 4x400 (first leg); Julian Vissering, Reservoir — 200 (:23.24), 4x200 (second leg); Preston Henry, Mt. Hebron — 400 (:53.02), 4x400 (second leg); Terry Tun, Mt. Hebron — discus (107-2), shot put (37-11.75).

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