Boys track: Athletes to watch

Drew Allam

Chesapeake-Anne Arundel, senior

Allam finished sixth in the state in the shot put last year in the tough Class 4A division as his throw of 45 feet, 3 inches was the best among local athletes in the state meet.

Kevin Corbusier

Loyola, senior

Corbusier had a tremendous cross country season, winning the MIAA A Conference title and not losing to a runner from the area all season. He helped the Dons make up for the loss of Matt Jablonski and win another MIAA team title.

Michael Cronauer

Franklin, senior

Cronauer should again be one of the state's top high jumpers. He tied for second in Class 3A last year with a leap of 6 feet at the state meet and will again be a favorite.

George Flaviano

Digital Harbor, junior

Flaviano set the Class 2A record while winning the 300 in 35.42seconds last winter. He also ran on the Rams' sixth-place 800relay team and can help Digital Harbor in a number of ways in sprints and relays.

Michael Kane

Gilman, senior

Kane was probably the area's most consistent pole vaulter last year. His vault of 12 feet, 6 inches won the MIAA title as Gilman rolled to the team championship.

Will Meadows

Gilman, senior

Meadows sometimes has been overshadowed by other runners in the MIAA, but he finished second at the MIAA championships in cross country, and his consistency helps the Greyhounds.

Peter Merritt

Gilman, senior

Merritt is another of the multi-taskers on the Gilman indoor team. Last year, he won the 800 and the high jump, an unusual combination, which helped the Greyhounds to the title.

Ian Miles

Mount St. Joseph, senior

Miles is one of the elite athletes who just happen to compete in track and field. He can run relays and scored a hat trick at last winter's MIAA title meet, winning the 55, 300 and the 55 hurdles.

Matt Smith

North Carroll, senior

Smith won the Class 2A 500 meters at the state meet last winter. He also took second in the 800 after winning both races in the Class 2A West Region meet.

Michael Wegner

Loyola, freshman

Wegner turned a few heads during the cross country season with several strong runs, and he should do more of the same indoors. He finished sixth overall at the MIAA championship (second for Loyola).


Sam Andrews, Oakland Mills

Yelnats Calvin, Lansdowne

Jordan Carr, Howard

Weston Carvalho, Winters Mill

Vince Ciatti, Perry Hall

Jamie Dubyoski, Loyola

Cameron Gervin, North County

Paul Haley, Mount Hebron

Brennan Hardesty, Chesa.-AA

Kyle Hunt, Archbishop Curley

Ryan Johnson, Loyola

Luke Kurtz, Hereford

Alex Love, Chesapeake-AA

Jonathan Luckin, Hereford

Dave Ozarowski, Arch. Curley

Ben Pickett, John Carroll

Julian Rivera, Hereford

Edward Robinson, Atholton

Patrick Rollo, McDonogh

Brandon Stearns, F.S. Key

Kenneth Thomas, Atholton

Torie Wagner, Old Mill

Kody Wilson, North Carroll

Julian Woods, Century

Sam Zunkeler, Gilman

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