Three Harford County athletes – Paige Chapman, Charice Corbin and Lauren Woollen — captured bronze medals in the MPSSAA Class 2A State Indoor Track and Field Championships Monday in Landover.
Chapman finished third in the 55-meter dash. The Harford Tech senior held a lead midway through the race but was nipped by 0.04 second at the finish. She was timed at 7.28 seconds.
Corbin placed third in the 55 hurdles in 8.73, finishing 0.26 behind the winner. She and Chapman later teamed with Ann Luna and Kamryn Henderson to place eighth in the 4x200 relay in 1:53.89.
Woollen took third in the high jump. The Fallston senior cleared 5-4 then narrowly missed at 5-6, clipping the crossbar with her leg after passing over it.
Fallston's Noah Kudla missed scoring by one place in two events. He finished ninth in the 1600 in 4:42.63 and ninth in the 800 in 2:06.64. In the same races, Tech's Justin Morris placed 13th in 4:53.59 and 17th in 2:17.85. In the girls 1600, Fallston's Nicole Wohlfort finished 12th in 5:34.34.
Also for Fallston, Jacob O'Neill placed ninth in the pole vault, clearing 10-10. Kayla Puglisi was 19th in the shot put at 26-1.
For Tech, Ann Luna ran 9.99 in the 55-hurdles, 12th fastest in the prelims. Derick Logan ran 7.09 in the 55 dash prelims.
Edgewood competed in the Class 3A meet on Tuesday on the same 200-meter track of the Prince George's Sportsplex. Devon Teagle ran 37.23 in the 300 to place 11th. He and Jeremy Middlebrooks, Aaron Parker and Matthew Foster ran 1:36.57 in the 4x200 relay, placing 11th.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun