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Hannah Oneda, Winters Mill, cross country

(Sept. 28, 2011) In the Elite Division of Saturday's Bull Run Invitational at Hereford, the senior ran a smart race to finishe in 19 minutes, three seconds -- 80 seconds faster than runner-up Michelle Nelson of Severna Park. Learning from last year's Class 2A state title race -- also at Hereford, where she took second -- Oneda was comfortable behind race leader Hannah Grossman of Strath Haven (Pa.) until the final quarter-mile, then took the lead with a strong final kick. Oneda, who won the Small Schools race at the Bull Run lasy year, was an All-Metro first-team selection as a junior in both cross country and outdoor track. In track, she won Class 2A state titles in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter races this past spring. Others considered: Kelsea Belt, Reservoir, volleyball; Margaret Doody, Broadneck, volleyball; Katja Randazzo, Howard, field hockey; Kailey Wolfe, Century, field hockey.
Jerry Jackson, Baltimore Sun
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