Smith collected the 800 (2:22.74) and 1,600 (5:15.62) and ran a leg of the winning 1,600 relay at the state meet.

Shalaiyah Sommerville, Western

The junior came close to winning Class 4A-3A state crowns in the 300 and 500, placing second in both. Even so, the two-time All-Metro selection's time of 39.38 seconds in the 300 at the state meet ranks as the second-fastest time recorded by a metro athlete.

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Sommerville claimed both events at the Baltimore City (40.1 in the 300 and 1:19.6 in the 500) and Central Region (39.56 and 1:20.19) championships.

Rokesha Williams, Towson Catholic

The senior rewrote two records at the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championships.

Williams' time of 8.22 seconds in the 55 hurdles broke the mark of 8.40 set by Mount de Sales' Ashley Duckett last year.

The two-time All-Metro pick's leap of 17 feet, 5 inches in the long jump eclipsed the record of 16-4 by McDonogh's Brooke Staton last year. Williams won the 55 hurdles (8.34) and high jump (5-2) at the 168th Street Invitational.

Cynthia Windesheim, North County

The sophomore captured the high jump at the Anne Arundel County (5 feet, 2 inches) and Class 4A-3A Central Region (5-1) championships before finishing second at the state meet.

Windesheim's mark of 5-4 is the best recorded by a metro athlete. The Anne Arundel County Performer of the Year took the long jump (a county-record 15-8) and triple jump (a county-record 31-10) at the county championships.


Lauren Capone, Towson, junior

Jessica Clarke, Mount de Sales, junior

Alyssa Evering, Fallston, senior

Diane Hunter, Edmondson, sophomore

Emma Larkin, Dulaney, freshman

Jessica O'Brien, John Carroll, junior

Bethaney Perna, Winters Mill, junior

Devin Robinson, McDonogh, sophomore

Emily Saltsman, Fallston, senior

Christine Vidmar, Reservoir, junior

JaNay Woolridge, Long Reach, senior

Robin Yerkes, Broadneck, junior

Note: Teams selected by Edward Lee after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.