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The Baltimore Sun

Middletown swept the team titles, but several local boys and girls fared well at yesterday's Pikesville Track Classic.

Kellie Christian and Naomy Ramos helped Catonsville finish second with 48 points, eight behind Middletown. The Comets beat out Elizabeth Seton (46) and top-ranked Seton Keough (38). Christian won the 400 in 58.08 seconds and helped the victorious 1,600 relay. Ramos ran on that relay team plus the second-place 400 relay - also with Christian - and she also took second in the 300 hurdles.

Century freshman Maura Linde won the 1,600 and 3,200. Linde edged River Hill's Katie Harman, a state champion in cross country and indoor track, in both races

Erin Brooks of Seton Keough and Eastern Tech's Michelle Newman battled in the triple jump. Brooks won in 40 feet, 1 inch, beating out Newman (38-6). But Brooks' jump was better than all the boys below sixth place.

"That's kind of a neat little thing," said Seton Keough coach Jim Lancaster, more worried about the slightly strained hamstring Brooks suffered.

On the boys' side, Digital Harbor's Anthony Drumsgoole captured the 100 and 200, winning the latter in 21.96 seconds, easily beating Floyd Hawkes of Western Tech (22.48). Western Tech finished second with 55 points as Middletown (76) pulled away late.


Girls lacrosse

Bryn Mawr 8, Dulaney 7, OT -- Katie Sullivan scored with one second left in the first overtime session and the Mawrtians (4-3) held on to defeat the visiting Lions. Sullivan, who also had an assist earlier in the game, grabbed a rebound in front of the net with time winding down and sent the ball past the Lions' keeper.

Sun reporters contributed to this article.

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