The Western girls and Digital Harbor boys both had little trouble in repeating as champions in Tuesday night's Baltimore City indoor track championship meet at the Fifth Regiment Armory.
Western captured its third consecutive title, finishing with 107 points to beat out Northwestern (80). The Doves now have won 21 of the last 22 city championship meets. For the boys, Digital Harbor (100.25 points) easily beat out Poly (67) for a second straight title.
Genae Butler played a big role for Western, winning the 800 meters and running on the Doves' victorious 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams. She also took second in the 500. Renae Anderson was the other event winner for Western (shot put).
The Digital Harbor boys won five events. Darrius Salmond (1,600), Quick Stukes (500) and Travis Walker (800) all earned individual victories. The Rams also won the 1,600 and 3,200 relays. Stukes and Walker also took part in the 1,600 relay.
Other good individual performances included Imani Daye from the Northwestern girls team and Robert Miller of City's boys squad. Daye won the 55, 300 and 500, while Miller took the 55 and 300.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun