Western Tech, sprints, senior
Akosa won the Class 1A 200- and 400-meter state titles last spring. He also runs on relays and always gives the Wolverines points.
Long Reach, sprints, senior
Carter combined with Tosin Oyewole to help the Lightning with the Class 3A indoor state title. Carter won the state title in the 55-meter hurdles there, edging out City's Robert Miller.
Severna Park, distance, senior
Forsyth won state titles in cross country and indoor track and was The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Runner of the Year during the fall season. Forsyth anchors a deep Severna Park distance squad.
River Hill, distance, junior
Heydrick will be one of the area's top distance runners this spring. He put on a great performance at the indoor track state championship meet, winning the 800- and 1,600-meter in Class 3A.
Century, distance, senior
Mead helped Century win the Class 2A state title last spring, but has taken it to another level this year. Mead ran in the 800, 1600, 3,200 and relays indoors to help Century.
Century, pole vault/hurdles/high jump, junior
Neral can score in all three of these events, but the pole vault was his best indoors. He won the Carroll County, region and Class 2A state titles in the pole vault.
McDonogh, shot put, senior