Running Shorts – May 28

Abbey Green closes in on the Maryland 4A 3200 meter title. Photo: Eric Green

Walter Johnson senior Abbey Green won three titles at the Maryland state track championships, headlining local winners and two 1-2 local sweeps.

800 meters
4A 1. Abigail Green Walter Johnson 2:12.64

4A 1. Eldon Phillips Northwood 1:56.35
2. Chase Osborne Northwest 1:56.39

1,600 meters
4A 1. Green 4:51.43

4A 1. Josh Fry Bethesda-CC 4:19.43
2. Obsaa Feda Northwood 4:19.88

2A 1. Nandini Satsangi Poolesville 5:10.83

1. Ryan Lockett Poolesville 4:20.13

3,200 meters
4A 1. Green 10:22.23

2A 1. Lockett 9:31.20

 

Ten collegiate distance runners with wither high school or college connections qualified for the NCAA Track and Field Championships

1,500 meters
Diego Zarate – Virginia Tech, Northwest
Nicholas Wareham – Georgetown
Amos Bartelsmeyer – Georgetown

3,000 meter steeplechase
Katy Kunc – Kentucky, Lake Braddock

5,000 meters
Weini Kelati – New Mexico, Heritage
Sean McGorty – Stanford, Chantilly

10,000 meters
Caroline Alcorta – North Carolina, West Springfield
Sara Freix – Virginia Tech, Westfield
Jonathan Green – Georgetown
Michael Crozier – Georgetown, Gonzaga

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