Greyhounds sweep and dual and championship meet titles for a third straight year; St. Paul’s tops the B Conference field
For a third consecutive year, the Gilman track & field team has swept the MIAA regular season dual meets and the league’s championship meet, completing the accomplishment on Saturday with a victory following the finals of the league championship meet at Archbishop Spalding.
Gilman scored 161 points to finish ahead of second-place Calvert Hall (145 points) and third-place Mount St. Joseph (115).
Gus Cortezi picked up an individual title for Gilman in the 110 high hurdles (15.25). Gilman also won two relays, the 4×200 and 4×800. Mamady Dangnokho, Jalen Marshall, Nigel Parker and Nico Gonzalez-Reed ran the 4×200 in 1:30.94 and Ryan McMahon, Max McCullough, Keith Roberts and Beck Wittstadt won the 4×800 in 7:57.77.
Calvert Hall won five events. Amondo Lemmon won the 400 meters in 50.20 and then anchored the 4×400 relay, running with Jameir Colbert, Ryan Moore, and Thomas Smith IV and winning with a time of 3:24.99.
Smith picked up a second title in the 300 hurdles with a time of 39.18. Also winning titles for the Cardinals were Josh Green in the triple jump (46-04.00) and Luke Whitty in the discus (143-09).
St. Joe received titles from Teddy Wimberly (11.01 in 100 meters) and Donte Thornton (22-02.75 in long jump). Wimberly and Thornton also won in the 4×100 relay (42.83) with Dashawn Jones and Sean Hodgson.
Camden Gilmore had a huge day for Loyola, winning the 800 meters (1:54.27), 1,600 meres (4:14.66) and the 3,200 meters (9:18.65). Loyola also got a victory in the 200 meters from Aaron Ray (22.73).
McDonogh’s Drew Green won the high jump (6-4.00) and D’Von Ellies won the shot put for the Eagles (51-10.50).
The event’s other individual champion was Archbishop Curley’s Ian Hoffman in the pole vault (13-09.00).
In the B Conference, St. Paul’s won another MIAA plaque by scoring 184 points, well ahead of second-place Annapolis Area Christian (129 points).
Ian Coleman won three events for the Crusaders, the 800 (2:01.39), 1,600 (4:32.02) and 3,2000 (10:09.72).
Also winning for St. Paul’s was Everette McDuffie in the 110 high hurdles (16.08) and Forbes Arbaught in shot put (43-01.00) and discus (127-10.50).
In addition, the Crusader 4×200 relay team of Zach Hill, Jonas Buchanan, Forbes Arbaugh and Quizzon Tarver II ran to victory in 1:36.05.
Complete 2019 MIAA Track & Field Championships Results: