Lauren Woollen of Fallston presented the outstanding performance in an indoor track and field meet among 13 high school teams Saturday at CCBC Essex in Baltimore.
Woollen cleared 5 feet, 4 inches to win the high jump by a margin of 6 inches. The mark ties her for third best in the MPSSAA this indoor season and is the best in Class 2A.
Four Harford teams competed in the meet, collectively winning 11 of the 22 events.
John Carroll led the girls scoring and was second among boys' teams. The Patriots' foursome of Kristen Kohles, Kelley Reilley, Charlotte Haggerty and Holly Driver won the girls' 4x400 relay in 4:35.20, and Adria Pirozzi won the 3200 in 13:01.90. For the John Carroll boys, Drew Cook won the high jump at 5-6, and Brendan Hutton took the 500 meters in 1:12:84, nipping Edgewood's Jeremy Middlebrooks by 1 second.
Devon Teagle led Edgewood to first place in the boys' team scoring. He won the 300 dash in 37.84 after teaming with Middlebrooks, Matt Foster and Aaron Parker to win the four-lap sprint relay in 1:18.88. Parker was the runner-up in the 800 in 2:10.72, finishing 0.23-second behind Bo Manor's Ty Franks.
Harford Tech's Charice Corbin won the 55 hurdles in 9.22 seconds and ran with Paige Chapman, Ann Luna and Tiahana Mitchell to win the sprint relay in 1:30.35.
For the Tech boys, Justin Morris won the 1600 in 4:47.58, finishing 0.24-second ahead of Fallston's Noah Kudla and 1.2 seconds ahead of Edgewood's Mike Dzambasow. Tech placed fourth among 12 boys teams.
Fallston's Nicole Wohlfort won the 1600 in 5:45.76 and finished second in the 800 in 2:40.62, 0.04-second behind Kenwood's Rachel Bauer. The Cougar girls finished fourth among 13 girls' teams.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun