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All-Baltimore City girls track team

Player of the YearLETECIA WRIGHT

Wright once again was the most dominant athlete among city public schools competitors and also one of the state's best.

The senior won the Class 3A 100-meter hurdles at the state meet and also captured the 200 meters, setting a class record of 24.26 seconds.Wright, who was nearly perfect this year, will take her talents to Ohio State.

Coach of the YearLUTALO BAKARI
Digital Harbor

Bakari kept the Rams rolling again this spring, helping put together a balanced team that won the Class 1A state title.Digital Harbor got contributions from a lot of people in the state meet after winning the regional and placing second to Western (by 11 points) in the Baltimore City meet.

The bad news for Digital Harbor's foes is that Bakari did it with mostly underclassmen.

First TeamName, School, Class, Pos.
Marcia Bond Mercy Senior
Erin Brooks Seton Keough Junior
Alyssa Doyle Seton Keough Senior
Demia Franklin Digital Harbor Senior
Taryn Johnson Digital Harbor Senior
Tashana Johnson Western Senior
Alyssa McClure Digital Harbor Junior
Ashly McClure Digital Harbor Junior
Tyshia Oliver R.F.Lewis Junior
Nykiesha Sewell Mervo Senior
Quantikia Stepney Mervo Senior
Kitria Stewart Mervo Junior
Alex Tanner Bryn Mawr Senior
Chelsea Walker Digital Harbor Freshman
Letecia Wright Western Senior

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

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