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Key numbers for the 2018-19 Baltimore-area high school girls indoor track and field season

Jada Seaman's jump at the New Balance Indoor National meet last season was best in the state and 5th overall.
Jada Seaman's jump at the New Balance Indoor National meet last season was best in the state and 5th overall. (Jay Reed / Baltimore Sun)

19 feet, 6 inches: The distance McDonogh’s Jada Seaman jumped at the New Balance Indoor National meet last season, best in the state and good enough for 5th overall.

42: The number of points that River Hill’s Sydney Robinson and Faith Meininger scored at the state meet last season, helping the Hawks to a state championship.

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56.97: The 400 time Mount de Sales’ Isabella Whittaker ran in her only season of track as a freshman, good enough for second in the IAAM in 2017. Whittaker, now a junior, and sister Juliette, the IAAM cross country champion as a freshman, converted this year to running after being former full-time swimmers.

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