Alexis Franklin

Old Mill, senior

The Ohio State-bound athlete is hoping to follow up a strong indoor season with another good effort outdoors. Franklin has been nationally ranked and can run sprints, hurdles and relays.

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Autumne Franklin

McDonogh, senior

Franklin's versatility has helped make McDonogh nearly impossible to beat the past few years. She's going to Harvard next year and should give the Crimson's track team plenty of help as well.

Ellie Gonzalez

Catholic, sophomore

Already one of the best distance runners in the state, Gonzalez won the IAAM cross country title in the fall and took the 1,600 and 3,200 at the indoor track championship meet with ease.

Elizabeth Harper

Northwestern, junior

A big reason Northwestern is suddenly becoming a solid team in Baltimore City and Class 1A, Harper helped score points in four events at the indoor state meet. That enabled the Wildcats to finish second as a team.

Erika Hurd

Manchester Valley, senior

Hurd won the Class 1A high jump indoor title and has six state championships during her high school career. She's also a strong runner who can get her team points on the track.

Michelle Keller

Liberty, junior

Keller has the new kind of versatility that more athletes are displaying these days. She finished second in Class 2A in the high jump and shot put during the indoor season, an unusual combination.

Racquel Moses