* Robinson's throw of 51 feet, 3 inches took first, ahead of Mount St. Joseph's Doug Neary (50-7)

* That throw would have won in all four classifications of public school state title meets this winter

* His effort of 53-7 earlier in the season was the area's best this year, according to Running Maryland

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Mikey Singer

McDonogh, sophomore

* After making the All-Metro first team in cross country last fall, Singer ran well in distance events this winter

* Won the 1,600 at the MIAA championship meet in February as the Eagles won the team title

* Also took third in the 3,200 and ran on the third-place 3,200 relay team for McDonogh at the MIAA title meet

* Only lost twice in the mile all season

Quick Stukes

Digital Harbor, senior

* Ran on the 1,600 relay team that clinched the Class 3A state title for the Rams in the final event

* Also took third in the 300 at the state meet, behind teammate Flaviano and Mount Hebron's Nate Gainey

* Won both the 300 and 500 at the Class 3A Central regional meet for the second-place Rams

* Captured the 500 at the Baltimore City meet as Digital Harbor also won that team title

Tim Virostek

Wilde Lake, senior

* Remained one of the area's top distance runners and had strong postseason runs

* Concluded the winter with victories in the 800 and 1,600 at the Class 3A state title meet

* Also ran on the fourth-place 1,600 relay team that night as the Wildecats finished eighth

* Won the 800 and 1,600 at the Class 3A East regional meet

Julian Woods

Century, senior

* His versatility played a big role in helping Century win its second state title in three years

* At the state meet, Woods won the 55 hurdles, finished third in the 300, fourth in the 55 dash and ran on the third-place 800 relay team

* At the Carroll County championship meet, he won the 55 dash, 55 hurdles and 300 as Century finished first

* Headed to Mount St. Mary's next year