Head coaches: Mike Hollandworth (girls) and Leal Thompson (boys)
Top prospects, boys: Sam Burgess (Jr.), Noah Kudla (So.), Nikos Katasos (So.), Hunter Ryan (Sr.), Andrew Parks (Fr.), Dan Lekites (So.), Jake O'Neill (Jr.).
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Aberdeen High School, 251 Paradise Rd, Aberdeen, MD 21001, USA
Bel Air High School, Bel Air, MD 21014, USA
C. Milton Wright High School, 1301 N Fountain Green Rd, Bel Air, MD 21015, USA
Edgewood High School, 2415 Willoughby Beach Rd, Edgewood, MD 21040, USA
Fallston High School, 2301 Carrs Mill Rd, Fallston, MD 21047, USA
Harford Technical High School, Harford Community College, Bel Air, MD 21015, USA
Harford County Public Schools: Harve De Grace, 700 Congress Ave, Havre de Grace, MD 21078, USA
John Carroll School, Bel Air, MD 21014, USA
Joppatowne High School, Joppatowne, MD 21085, USA
Top prospects, girls: Grace Lekites (Sr.), Kathryn Milwicz (Sr.), Fiona Puglese (Sr.), Emily Scranton (Sr.), Samatha Lewis, (Jr.), Kay Rinkers (So.), Brooke Hutton (Jr.), Claire Palmer (Jr.), Emma Freeman (Jr.)
Outlook: The girls' team is likely to improve on its 2011 record, with returning seniors and juniors bringing considerable experience to the team of 14 girls. The boys' team lost to graduation the top runners who led it to a third-place UCBAC finish last fall. Junior Sam Burgess has taken over as the pace-setter for this team of 31 boys.
Head coaches: Jeff Matteson (boys) and Lauren Hoover (girls)
Top prospects, boys: Zach Armijo (Fr.), James Butler (So.), Alex Perdomo (Sr.), Austin Wright (Jr.), Hunter Lidke (Jr.), Justin Hayden (Jr.), Tyler Goulden (So.)
Top prospects, girls: Hailey Jefferson (So.), Madeline Miller (Fr.), Phoebe Steiger (So.)
Outlook: This is a year of reconstruction for the Cobras, with new coaches and several new team members among the nine boys and five girls on the roster.
Havre de Grace
Head coaches: Bill Walsh and Alex Spooner
Top prospects, boys: Braeden Ferrell (So.), Bryce Ferrell (So.), Rondez Green (Sr.), Stephen Link (So.), Branden Sofia (So.)
Top prospects, girls: Madison Bauld (Fr.), Tara Brown (Fr.), Kaitlyn Castillo (Jr.), Emily Ferrell (Fr.), Allison Grabowski (Jr.), Danielle Jankovick (Jr.), Abbigale Lyons, (Fr.), Delaney Newhart (Jr.), Martine Innicello (Jr.).
Outlook: The Ferrell twins, who ran well in their freshman track season last spring, should provide a good nucleus for the nine-member boys' team, which is young and inexperienced in cross-country. The girls team returns two from last year, and there are promising newcomers among the five team members.
Head coaches: Rob Torres (girls) and Michael Monaghan (boys)
Top prospects, boys: Derek Alban (Sr.), Dave Knaide (Sr.), Will Horn (Sr.), Zane van Pelt (Jr.), Will Hopkins (Jr.), Cole Alban (Jr.), Wilson Pais (Fr.), Evan Moore (Fr.)
Top prospects, girls: Rebecca Driver (Sr.), Sam Clarke (Sr.), Shannon Vinton (Sr.), Kristen Kohles (Jr.), Amanda Spaeth (Jr.), Alex Gromacki (Jr.), Elizabeth Driver (So.), Rachel Amrhein (So.), Holly Driver (Fr.), Ellie Marindin (Fr.).
Outlook: The girls team is expected to be strong even though it lost its top runners to graduation. "This year's team is going to surprise many with five new girls challenging our veterans in the top seven," said Rob Torres. There are 21 girls on the team. The boys team returns three of its top five from last year and has a promising group of newcomers among the 15 team members. The challenge will be in filling out the top five with newcomers.