McDonogh girls cruise to state title Lattimer wins four golds; Calvert Hall takes boys; Track and field

THE BALTIMORE SUN

McDonogh sophomore Chanel Lattimer captured four gold medals as the Eagles scored 195 points to easily outdistance second place John Carroll (77) and capture the girls title in the Maryland Private Schools Track and Field Championships yesterday at McDonogh.

The meet featured record-setting performances in nine girls events and six boys.

Calvert Hall's Jason Olkowski placed first in the high jump (record: 6 feet, 10 inches) and second in the triple and the long jumps as the Cardinals scored 196 points to easily beat second-place Gilman (99).

Lattimer won the 100 meters (12.2 seconds), 200 (25.3) and 400 (57.5) and also ran on the winning 400 relay team (50.4), all meet records. Also for McDonogh, sophomore Kacie Remeto placed first in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200; senior Christine Huffenbecher won the 300 hurdles (record: 45.6) and long jump and ran on the first place 400 and 1,600 relay teams; Shani Moore won the 100 hurdles and high jump (record: 5-8) and ran on the second place 800 relay team.

Outstanding performances by boys included Curley's Wayne Brown winning the 100 and the 110 hurdles, setting meet records in both. Mount St. Joe's Joe Brent won the long jump and the triple jump (record: 45-8 1/4 ).

Pub Date: 5/17/98

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