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Roundup: Dulaney runs away with cross country titles

Host Dulaney dominated the Baltimore County cross country championships as the Lions won team and individual titles.

Junior Eric Walz (15:49) defended his county crown as he held off Milford Mill's Jordan Leon (16:20) in the boys varsity race to lead the Lions to their second straight team title with 19 points.

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Scoring points behind Leon were Dulaney junior Austin Carey (third, 16:23), senior Adolfo Carvalho (fourth, 16:34) and juniors Andrew King (fifth, 16:36) and Sean Smyth (sixth, 16:41). Junior Elijah Hawkins (seventh, 16:52) and senior Rex Ledesma (13th, 17:29) rounded out the top seven for the champs.

Hereford was second (66) and Towson (69) was third in the boys race.

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Dulaney junior Kristin Meek won the girls varsity race with a time of 19:08.

Towson's Johanna Admiraal (19:22), Hereford's Sarah Coffey (19:41), Towson's Sydney Conboy (19:56) and Hereford's Emily Causey (20:02) rounded out the top five.

In the girls race, Dulaney won the team title based on the tiebreaker after they were knotted with Towson at 40 after the results of the first five runners were tabulated. The highest sixth-place runner was the tiebreaker, and Dulaney's Rachel Clark (17th, 21:31) finished higher than Towson's sixth runner.

No. 1 McDonogh 38, Loyola Blakefield 13: The host Dons (2-5) led 6-0 after a quarter before the Eagles (5-2) took over.

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No. 12 Archbishop Curley 21, St.Mary's 0: Shawn Fenner led the way with two rushing touchdowns as the host Friars (7-0) shut out the Saints (1-7).

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No. 5 Archbishop Curley 5, Archbishop Spalding 1: Tre Pulliam had two goals and an assist to lead the host Friars (8-9) past the Cavaliers (7-8-1).

Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.

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