Outlook: The Lions finished second in the state at the 4A indoor championships, scoring 41.50 points, and can make a run at capturing a state title this year while defending the Baltimore County outdoor title they won by 41 points.
Postseason: Class 2A state champions
Outlook: The Knights captured the 2A state indoor championship, scoring 50 points, and will look to repeat as Carroll County, region and state champions.
Outlook: The Titans are coming off an impressive indoor season in which they finish third at the state meet, just two points behind champion Century. New Town is led by the dynamic duo of Brandon James and Jordan Cofield.
5. Mount Saint Joseph
Postseason: Second in MIAA title meet
Outlook: The Gaels will likely finish second in the MIAA after finishing second to McDonogh during the indoor season. Hunter Petrik is one of the top distance runners in the area and can help the Gaels compete at any meet.
Outlook: The Bruins have a rising star in the shot put in Elian Ahmar, who will combine with Jaren Baluyot in the pole vault to give the Bruins a lot of field points to compete at the state level.
Postseason: Tied for second in 3A state meet
Outlook: The Eagles had their best finish in school history last season, a second-place tie at the state meet with Poly, and hope to replicate that success on the strength of sprinters Davon Carroll and Demontay Snowden.
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