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Published on: Thursday, January 16, 2014

By Donna Broadway

In the first of a series of competitions before the County Poms competition of February 1, 2013, several county poms teams met at Northwest to test their skills.

In the division I, Blake won first place in team competition and captain’s challenge, Sherwood won second place in the team competition and captain’s challenge, and Magruder won third place in the team competition and captain’s challenge. Sherwood took home best choreography and best spirit honors.

In Division II, Poolesville won first place in the team competition and tied with Paint Branch for third in the captain’s challenge. Whitman won second place in the team competition and first in captain’s challenge. Quince Orchard won third place in the team competition and second place in the captain’s challenge. Poolesville took honors for best choreography and best spirit.

In Division III, Bethesda-Chevy Chase took first place in the team competition and captain’s challenge. Walter Johnson took second place team competition and captain’s challenge. Blair took third place in the team competition and captain’s challenge. Bethesda-Chevy Chase won best choreography honors and Northwood won honors for best Spirit.

On January 18 several teams will compete at an invitational at Damascus and the MCPS Competition will be held on February 1 at Richard Montgomery.

Montgomery Track

In the finals for the girls 55 meter dash, Bethany White of Magruder took second place with a time of 7.14 and Lauren Woods of Sherwood won seventh place with a time of 7.41. Shania Collins of Huntingtown in Calvert County took first place with a time of 6.95. In the 300 meter dash, Shania Collins of Huntingtown also took first place honors with a time of 39.12. Simone Glenn of Bullis took third place with a time of 39.96 and Emma Coleman of Churchill rounded out the top ten with a time of 41.87.

 In the 500 meter run, London Freeland of Dunbar took first place with a time of 1:16.43. Funmi Daramola of Paint Branch took seventh place with a time of 1:19.50; Rachel Maizel of Wooton took eighth place with a time of 1:19.65amd Naomi Sheppard of Northwest took thirteenth place with a time of 1:20.66.   

In the girls 800 meter dash, Jessica Harris of Mount de Sal took first place with a time of 2:14.13. Rachel Pocratsky of Good Counsel took first place with a time of 2:22.94 and Clare Severe of Whitman won seventh with a time of 2:23.14. In the 1600 meter run dash, Adrienne Fraczkowski of Delaware Military Academy took first place with a time of 5:22.54. Chelsie Pennello of Poolesville came in third with a time of 5:28.94 and Caroline Rothermel of Bethesda-Chevy Chase rounded out the top five with a time of 5:31.13. In the one mile invitational, Sarah Angell of Washington-Lee took first place with a time of 5:07.51 and Clare Severe of Whitman took second place with a time of 5:07.88.

In the 3200 meter race, Isabel Griffith of Dulaney High School in Baltimore County won first place with a time of 11:22.36. Clare Beautz of Poolesville won fourth place with a time of 11:18.42   and Regina Schreiber of Quince Orchard tied for fifth with a time of 11:38.30. In the 55 meter hurdles, Deona Diggs of Wilson won first place with a time of 8.25.   Alexus Pyles of Clarksburg won third with a time of 8.43;  Laila Ismail of B-CC won fourth with a time of 8:65, and  Helnsarah Penda of Seneca Valley  won fifth with a time of 8.67. In the 4x200 meter relay Riverdale Baptist took first place with a time of 1:43.98. Paint Branch took ninth place with a time of 1:47.66 and Seneca Valley took tenth place with a time of 1:48.07. In the 4x400 meter relay, Milford Mill took first place with a time of 3:57.23. Paint Branch took eighth place with a time of 4:09.05, Northwest took ninth place with a time of 4:10.29 and Sherwood took tenth place with a time of  4:12.40. In the 4x800, McDonogh School took first with a time of  9:46.85.. Georgetown Prep took third with a time of  9:51.29, Poolesville took fourth with a time of  9:53.43 and Northwest took fifth with a time of  10:01.35.   In the distance relay, Mount de Sales won first place with a time of 12:44.20, Walter Johnson won fourth place with a time of  13:17.00  and Northwest took fifth with a time of 13:21.80. In the high jump, Tabitha Pyatt of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute took first with a time of 5-04.00 and Alexus Pyles of  Clarksburg  took second with a time of  5-04.00.  Sydney Schaedel of T.C. Williams High School took first place in the pole vault. In the long jump, Jeryne Fish of National Catholic High School took first and Gwladys Fotso Chekam  of Montgomery Blair tied for third.    In the triple jump, Javonne Antoine of Elizabeth Seton won first; Tyatianna Johnson of Seneca Valley won third; and Tamir Jacobs of Springbrook took fifth.   In the shot put, Claudia Ababio of  Clarksburg took first and Ozioma Edokobi  of              Richard Montgomery took second.       

For the boys,

In the 55 meter dash, Darryl Haraway  of Dematha Catholic School took first with a time of 6.40; Jalen Walker of Northwest took third with a time of 6.66. In the 300 meter dash, Noah Lyles of T.C. Williams took first place with a time of 34.52. Jalen Walker of Northwest took fifth place with a time of 35.59. In the 500 meter run, Marcell Preston of Largo took first place with a time of 1:05.15.Oliver Lloyd of Paint Branch took sixth place with a time of 1:08.45. In the 800 meter run, Jordan Leon of Milford Mill took first place with a time of 1:58.47. Urgy Eado of Wooton took second with a time of 1:58.92; Jonathon Baginski of Rockville took third with a time of 2:02.54; and Edward Smith of Walt Whitman took fifth with a time of 2:03.72. In the 1600 meter run, Joshua Wilkins of Bowie took first place with a time of 4:22.96. In the one mile invitational race, Nick Causey of  Osbourn Park took first place with a time of 4:21.57. Daniel Belay of Gaithersburg  took eighth with a time of 4:28.82. In the 3200 meter race,  Joshua Wilkins of  Bowie took first place with a time of  9:29.88.   Chase Weaverling of Poolesville took second with a time of 9:30.88; and  Diego Zarate of  Northwest  took fourth with a time of 9:34.75.  In the 55 meter hurdle, Lee Warren of Lee-Davis came in first with a time of   7.62, Devon Hairston of Kennedy came in second with a time of 7.65; Shyheim Wright of Northwest came in sixth with a time of 8.57.  In the 4x200 meter relay race, Largo came in first with Northwest coming in second and Churchill rounding out the top ten.  In the 4x400 meter race, Bowie finished first; Paint Branch finished fourth and Northwest finished fifth. In the 4x800 meter race,  Osbourn Park finished first; Richard Montgomery finished second;  Paint Branch  came in fourth; Walter Johnson came in eighth; and B-CC came in tenth. In the distance medley invitational, Midlothian came in first with Walter Johnson and Richard Montgomery rounding out the top five. In the high jump, John Hightower of Riverdale Baptist came in first with a time of 6-08.00. In the long jump, Tyrone Robinson of Gar-Field took first place honors and Kyle Beatty of Churchill took sixth place. In the triple jump, Landrie Hatcher of Mount St. Joseph took first place with Carlos Vanzego of Clarksburg taking second place. In the shot put, Rashad Manning of  Riverdale Baptist took first place with a time of  61-04.75 and Devonte Johnson of  Paint Branch  came in fourth with a time of 52-00.75. 

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