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Carrington Akosa

Western Tech, senior

He won two state titles at last year's Class 1A championship meet. The Wolverines will need his help when they move to Class 2A this season.

Robert Carter

Long Reach, senior

He's the kind of multitalented athlete that coaches love. Carter can hurdle, sprint and run relays, and likely will score plenty of points again.

Ryan Forsyth

Severna Park, senior

In the fall, he won the Class 4A state title in cross country as the Falcons also captured the state crown. Forsyth's strong running set the tone for Severna Park's dominant fall.

Chandler Kennell

Century, senior

Kennell had the best effort in the pole vault (14 feet) in any of the four classes when winning the Class 2A state title last winter. That was his personal best and came at the right time.

John Mead

Century, senior

He can run middle and long distance and help out with relays. Mead helped the Knights to the Class2A state crown last winter and should be a big force again this season.

Robert Miller

City, sophomore

After a tremendous freshman year indoors and outdoors, Miller's going to be one of the top sprinters in the state this winter. He can do sprints, hurdles and relays, and could be a point-scoring machine at City.

Andrew Robinson

McDonogh, senior

Last winter, he led the way in the shot put. His throw of 51 feet, 3 inches won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association conference title and would have beaten everyone in all four classes at the public school state meet.

Maury Sall

Pikesville, senior

He was last winter's Performer of the Year as Pikesville won its first state title. Sall is coming back from off-season knee surgery and probably won't be 100 percent until later in the season, but that still will help the defending Class 1A state champion team.

Mikey Singer

McDonogh, junior

Singer took second in the MIAA conference cross country championship meet this fall. He's been a consistent top-level runner since he started at McDonogh and should continue this winter.

Tyler Spear

Loyola, senior

Spear won his second straight MIAA conference cross country title in the fall. He's been one of the area's top distance runners the last two years and just keeps getting better.

Other notables

Rhys Burgett, Severna Park

Jeffrey Chavis, Mount Hebron

Dillon Cooley, Severna Park

Quenlann Dunn, Arundel

Prince Eze, Hereford

Alec Font, Centennial

Dominic Genuario, Mount St. Joseph

Landrie Hatcher, Mount St. Joseph

Cameron Helm, Gilman

Chris Heydrick, River Hill

Eric Higgins, Reservoir

Melvin Khein, Gilman

Brent Musselman, South River

Doug Neary, Mount St. Joseph

Nicholas Neral, Century

Tosin Oyewole, Long Reach

Frank Price, Aberdeen

Jelani Roberts, Gilman

Nihgel Scott, McDonogh

Devon Teagle, Edgewood

Travis Walker, Digital Harbor

Michael Wegner, Loyola

Justin Weathers, McDonogh

Ben Weinstein, Mount Hebron

Josh Woods, McDonogh

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