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State championships

Class 2A and 1A

WHEN: Tomorrow, 11 a.m.

WHERE: Prince George's Sportsplex

OUTLOOK: The River Hill girls have to be a favorite. The Hawks recently won the county and regional titles, and coach Earl Lauer's squad has the depth to pull it off. Katie Harman has led the way with a strong season in distance running, and the Hawks will need her to hold off a deep team from Poly. The Glenelg girls have a shot to take the Class 1A title. They won the regional and are deep enough to score points. Poly's boys should take the Class 2A title, but Mount Hebron and River Hill will make some noise.

Class 4A and 3A

WHEN: Tuesday, 4 p.m.

WHERE: Prince George's Sportsplex

OUTLOOK: If Atholton's Graham Bazell is at his best and running well, it will give the Raiders plenty of points and keep them in the running for the Class 3A boys title. Reservoir could also score points, as it has done well in a number of meets throughout the winter. The question is: Does Atholton have enough depth to stand up to the bigger teams like Meade, which can score points in a number of events? The Meade boys might prove too tough for Atholton and others to catch, and the Mustangs could also win the girls' side. The Meade girls will battle Hereford for the crown.

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