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Baltimore Sun high school Athletes of the Week (Sept. 12-18): Mount Saint Joseph’s Charlie Butler and Westminster’s Hannah Toth

Each week, The Baltimore Sun will recognize one high school player from a boys sport and one from a girls sport for their athletic achievements.

Boys sport Athlete of the Week: Charlie Butler, Mount Saint Joseph, cross country

The junior enjoyed a dominating performance at Hereford’s annual Bull Run Invitational on Saturday, claiming the elite race with a time of 15 minutes, 46.7 seconds. Butler finished nearly 18 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Cameron Davis of Calvert Hall in the demanding three-mile course. Butler opened the season with a win at South River’s Seahawk Invitational and took second behind Davis at Dulaney’s Barnhart Invitational on Sept. 10.

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Girls sport Athlete of the Week: Hannah Toth, Westminster, cross country

In the elite race at Hereford’s Bull Run Invitational on Saturday, the senior stayed patient early by design. Midway through the three-mile course, she made her move and overwhelmed the field in capturing the win in 18:56. The time was 13 seconds faster than Hereford’s second-place finisher Sylvia Snyder. Toth opened the season with a win at South River’s Seahawk Invitational on Sept. 3, besting a field of 133 runners.

To nominate candidates, please email Glenn Graham at ggraham@baltsun.com by 6 p.m. Sunday with details about the student-athlete’s performance from the past week.


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