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Performer of the Year

Alese Forbes Northwestern

Forbes found her way under the guidance of former Western coach Jerry Molyneaux, as she broke through with a huge effort in the Class 2A state championship meet. The junior won the 100 (12.27 seconds) and 400 (56.97) and finished second in the 200.

Her efforts gave Northwestern all of its 28 points and allowed the Wildcats to finish sixth in the state. Forbes figures to be the cornerstorne for the growing Wildcats program under Molyneaux.

Coach of the Year Alicia Williams Western

Taking over for any coach often isn't easy, but it's especially tough when following someone as accomplished as Jerry Molyneaux. That's what Williams, a former track athlete at Western under Molyneaux, had to do when he moved to Northwestern last fall after nearly two decades at Western.

Williams, however, kept everything moving smoothly with the program. The Doves again won the Baltimore City championship and then finished fourth in Class 3A with 46 points, 12 points behind first-place Westlake. Williams now is working on making it her program. The team

Name School CL

Breonna Brewer Poly Sr.

Erin Brooks Seton Keough Sr.

Alese Forbes Northwestern Jr.

Leila Forrester Seton Keough Jr.

Arielle Gaither Poly Jr.

Racquel Jones Western Sr.

Alyssa McClure Digital Harbor So.

Vanessa Oguamanm Poly So.

Tyshia Oliver R.F. Lewis Sr.

Brinae Robinson Western Fr.

Emma Rybczynski IND Sr.

Kitria Stewart Mervo Sr.

Chelsea Tavik Seton Keough Jr.

Megan Vorhees Seton Keough Sr.

Chelsea Walker Digital Harbor So.

Note: Team selected by Jeff Seidel after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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