High School Cross Country

  • 2017 Girls Cross Country By The Numbers

    2017 Girls Cross Country By The Numbers

    5 — Maryvale runners that placed in the top 20 to help the Lions win the IAAM A Conference championship last fall. 11 — Seconds C. Milton Wright’s Haley Cummins won by at the Class 3A state meet ahead of runner-up Molly Barrick of Northern Calvert last year. 40 — Margin of victory for Hereford...

  • 2017 Girls Cross Country Top 10 Poll

    2017 Girls Cross Country Top 10 Poll

    1. Hereford Last season: No. 1 Postseason: Class 2A state champion Outlook: The Bulls are returning three of their top four runners who placed at the Class 2A state meet last season. They lost top finisher Kelly Wesolowski to graduation but should be deep with talent this year, eyeing county and...

  • McDonogh's star runner Dalton Hengst looks to build on dramatic win in Cuba

    McDonogh's star runner Dalton Hengst looks to build on dramatic win in Cuba

    Dalton Hengst continues to surprise McDonogh cross country coach Jeff Sanborn. The Eagles senior competed in the Caribbean Scholastic Invitational in Havana, Cuba, from May 26-28 as one of 28 track and field athletes (14 boys, 14 girls) invited to represent the United States as part of Team National...

  • 2017 Boys Cross Country Runners To Watch

    2017 Boys Cross Country Runners To Watch

    Nick Deamer Howard, senior Deamer finished fifth in the Class 4A state meet and was one of the area’s top underclassmen as a sophomore in 2015. He should be another strong force for the Lions this season. Dalton Hengst McDonogh, senior Hengst, the reigning All-Metro Boys Cross Country Runner of...

  • 2017 Boys Cross Country By The Numbers

    2017 Boys Cross Country By The Numbers

    4 — Consecutive years Dulaney has captured the Baltimore County championship and Class 4A North Region title meets. 42 — Points Liberty earned to capture its second straight Class 2A state title last fall. 119 — Margin of victory for River Hill (47) against runner-up Linganore (166) at the Class...

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