The senior returns as the defending Class 3A state champ in the triple jump.
Oakland Mills, sprints
A repeat win in the 100 could go a long way to aiding the Scorpions in their quest for a fourth straight Class 1A state title.
The senior's win in the 400 powered the Bulldogs to their first Class 2A state championship.
Mount Hebron, distance
The senior will try to rectify a disappointing indoor season by focusing on a second Class 3A state title in the 3,200.
C. Milton Wright, distance
The senior picked up the pace for the Mustangs as Pat Bailey was sidelined by injury.
The sophomore hopes to continue his success in cross country and indoor track in the outdoor arena in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association.
Loch Raven, sprints
Baltimore County's top sprinter has his sights on another Class 1A state crown in the 400.
The Notre Dame-bound senior is the reigning MIAA champion in the 100 and 200.
The senior can add a third straight Class 4A state title in the triple jump and a second crown in the long jump.
Is this the year the senior breaks through and wins his first individual gold medal at the state championships?
Other notable performers
Victor Abiamiri, Gilman; Pat Bailey, C. Milton Wright; Mike Bukosky, Perry Hall; Charles Devaud, Archbishop Curley; Brandon Duckett, Mount St. Joseph; Will Eden, Annapolis; Glen Edwards, Lansdowne; Damon Gasque, Mount Hebron; Brendan Grant, South Carroll; Demario Harris, Annapolis; Lenny Hall, Chesapeake-AA; Quinton Holliday, Mervo; Jonnie Jenkins, South Carroll; Dominique Johnson, Carver; Keon Lattimore, Mount St. Joseph; Anthony Littlejohn, Old Mill; Brandon Lynch, Mervo; Tavon McCoy, St. Frances; Chris Menendez, Annapolis; Tom Raver, North Carroll; Dan Reedy, South Carroll; David Rollins, Aberdeen; Dan Simmons, Westminster; Jesse Slowikowski, C. Milton Wright; Sean Stewart, Hammond; Clint Stone, Westminster; Ramon Valentine, City; J.J. Wetzel, Archbishop Spalding; Ryan Williams, Northeast; John Young, Meade.