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2017-18 girls indoor track and field by the numbers

Franklin's Nyjari McNeil extends her lead over Hereford's Emily Konkus on her way to winning the girls 1,600 meter run during the Baltimore County outdoor track and field championships at Dulaney on May 13.
Franklin's Nyjari McNeil extends her lead over Hereford's Emily Konkus on her way to winning the girls 1,600 meter run during the Baltimore County outdoor track and field championships at Dulaney on May 13. (Brian Krista / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

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Events Franklin won late in the state-title meet to lock up the Class 3A title; Nyjari McNeil won the 800 meters, then ran on the 1,600 relay team in the final race to clinch the crown.

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Points the Hereford girls posted when crushing the rest of the field at the Baltimore County indoor track and field title meet last winter.

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171 Points Maryvale scored while repeating as the IAAM A Conference champion at the title meet this past winter.

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