Performer of the Year
Brooks played a major role in Seton Keough winning a second straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland team championship earlier this winter.
Brooks, a senior who is headed to Wake Forest, won the triple and long jumps along with the 55 and 300 at the championship meet. She's the only IAAM athlete to ever win four individual events at the meet and score 40 points. Brooks was a team captain the past three seasons and a school record-holder in six different events.
She also was a national champion and All-American in the triple jump this winter. Away from the track, Brooks is class president at Seton Keough and an honor roll student.
Alabi turned in some spectacular performances this winter, the best of which probably came at the Class 3A state meet. That's where the junior set a meet record by winning the 55 meters in 7.0 seconds, the state's top time this season, according to runningmaryland.com.
That completed Alabi's sweep of the county, regional and state titles in the 55.
The junior's versatility helped McDonogh become one of the area's top teams this season. She showed her various talents at the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland meet, where the Eagles finished second.
Brown won the 55, took second in the shot put and finished third in the long jump. It was an unusual combination of events, but she gave McDonogh 24 points.
The junior won the 300 and 500 at the Baltimore County meet, and then went on to win the 300 at the Class 3A Central regional and state meets.
She should be one of the area's top sprinters outdoors in the spring.
Coming off a dominant season in cross country in which she won a state title, Harman turned in another strong effort this winter. She again was one of the area's top distance runners and swept the 1,600 and 3,200 meters at the Class 2A state meet.
The junior also was strong in the 800 meters, taking second in that event in the Howard County championship meet.
The senior just keeps getting better each season. Huber had little trouble winning the Class 4A state title in the pole vault this winter. It was her fourth state championship in the event.
Huber has won three state titles in a row in indoor track and captured one last spring outdoors.
McClure played a big role in the Rams' fourth-place finish in the in the Class 1A state meet. The sophomore was consistent throughout the season, helping Digital Harbor in a number of ways.
McClure capped off the season with strong performances in the Baltimore City, regional and state meets, sweeping the 55 and 300 in each.
Newman helped the Mavericks in running and field events. This winter, she took second in the Class 2A state meet in the 300 after finishing fourth in Baltimore County and third in the region.
The senior decided to run in the 500 for practice, and she ended up breaking the school record by 5 seconds. Newman also ran in relays and did field events, taking second in the Nike Indoor Nationals in the triple jump.
The senior combined with Jessica Tongue to give Annapolis perhaps the best 1-2 tandem of sprinters in the state. Saunders and Tongue were dominant throughout the season and came up big in the postseason meets.
Saunders finished second in the 55 hurdles at the Class 3A state meet and fifth in the 300 to help the Panthers take fifth place.
This was Shuman's first year of high jumping, and the sophomore made quite a debut. Shuman set a school record with her jump of 5 feet, 7 inches to win the event at the IAAM championship meet.
Shuman plans to keep on jumping with the outdoor team this spring.
The senior had a strong indoor season after a good cross country campaign. Stasakova posted the fastest time in the state in the 3,200 meters (11:00.85) and also won the 1,600 and 3,200 at the IAAM championship meet.
Stasakova, a four-year varsity athlete, will run for Lafayette next year.
Tongue kept improving this year and worked with Torrie Saunders to help the Panthers consistently score points in sprints. The senior finished third in the 55 at the Class 3A state meet and third in the 55 hurdles.
Last year, Annapolis coaches had to persuade Tongue to try indoor track and she is now one of the area's top hurdler-sprinters.
Name, School, Class
Eryn Donaldson, Mount Hebron, Sophomore
Kathryn Franke, Loch Raven, Junior
Anna Grimes, Meade, Junior
Angela Humpbert, Hammond, Freshman
Amanda Kimbers, McDonogh, Junior
Emma Larkin, Dulaney, Senior
Maura Linde, Century, Freshman
Tyshia Oliver, R.F. Lewis, Senior
Brinae Robinson, Western, Freshman
Colleen Shea, Seton Keough, Senior
Rachel Sykes, South Carroll, Junior
Jen Whitfield, South River, Junior
Note: Teams selected by Jeff Seidel after consultation with The Sun staff and area coachces.