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2018 boys outdoor track and field by the numbers

Broadneck's Jaren Baluyot clears the bar successfully on his way to winning the 4A pole vault title during the MPSSAA state indoor track and field championships at Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Broadneck's Jaren Baluyot clears the bar successfully on his way to winning the 4A pole vault title during the MPSSAA state indoor track and field championships at Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex on Tuesday, Feb. 20. (Brian Krista / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Here’s some of the key numbers for the 2018 boys outdoor track and field season.

7

Playoff jumps it took to settle the 4A indoor pole vault title between Broadneck’s Jaren Baluyot and Urbana’s Yuri Brunner after neither could clear 13 feet, 6 inches

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4.5

Gilman’s margin of victory over Mount Saint Joseph in last year’s MIAA championship meet

2.51

Seconds Bel Air’s Kieran McDermott was from tying the state record in the 800 meters, set by Northern’s Rodney Giles in 1983 in 1 minute, 51 seconds

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