The Reservoir indoor track and field team won both the boys and girls meets at the first Howard County event of the winter season on Tuesday at Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex.
The girls team, led by first-place finishers Sophie Davidson (55-meter dash), Kat Parris (55 hurdles) and Kimayah Faye (triple jump), won the meet with 111 points. The Gators edged out Mt. Hebron (98.5) and Atholton (95).
The boys team, led by triple-winner Jalen Jasmin (55-meter dash, long jump, 4x200) and a 4x200-meter relay team of Darius Ellerbe, Ayomide Agnayewa, Jasmin and Dakota Mayfield, won the meet with 102 points. The Gators finished ahead of Howard (95) and Mt. Hebron (67).
Jasmin, the lone triple winner in the boys meet, hit a personal record with his 6.59-second 55-meter dash. He won the long jump with a distance of 22 feet, 1.5 inches and the 4x200 team finished the relay in 1:34.32. Glenelg’s Matt Leavitt was a double-winner for the Gladiators. Leavitt won the 1,600-meter run with a time of 4:43 and was a member of Glenelg’s first-place finishing 4x400-meter relay team.
Mt. Hebron’s Sierrah Matthews was one of the top girls performers. The Viking won the 300-meter and 500-meter dashes with times of 41.3 seconds and 1:21.08, respectively.
Atholton’s Madison Garrigus was also a double-winner. She won the high jump (4-9) and the pole vault (10-0). Katherine Morris was also a double-winner for the Raiders as a member of the first-place finishing 4x400- and 4x800-meter relay teams.