Check out The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro selections for Performer of the Year, Coach of the Year and first and second teams for the 2019 boys outdoor track and field season.
Saying that Jalen Stanton can do a little bit of everything might be an understatement. The senior had an outstanding and busy spring for Century, helping the Knights on and off the track. He also played lacrosse, helping the Knights reach the state championship game before falling to Glenelg. ...
2019 All-Metro boys outdoor track and field Co-Coaches of the Year: Eric Benjamin and Chad Boyle, Dulaney
Eric Benjamin and Chad Boyle guided Dulaney to second place in the Class 2A state meet for the second straight season. The Lions came closer to the title, though, as they finished 19 points behind Northwest. Dulaney was trying for its first outdoor state title since 1969 and stayed in the hunt...
First team Damon Brockenberry Hammond, senior » Brockenberry was a force in the 400-meter run and helped in other events » Won the Class 2A 400 at the state meet in a time of 11.01 seconds » Also captured the 100 (10.92) and the 400 (48.5) at the Howard County championship meet » Finished third...
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