RunWashington’s coaches panel reviewed the 2021 season and picked the seven girls and seven boys for the All-RunWashington Maryland team. Our coverage area includes Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
You can see the regional teams here:
Evelyn Rogers, Elizabeth Seton sophomore
WCAC runner-up Rogers was third at the Maryland Invitational black race, won the Eagle Invitational, the Skip Grant Invitational and the Don Stoner Invitational before winning the small schools race at the Maryland Private School state meet.
Sebastien Breton, Winston Churchill senior
Breton was fifth at the Montgomery County Championships, second at the Gunpowder Falls Invitational and 17th at the Nike Cross Southeast meet.
Grace Finnegan, Richard Montgomery sophomore
Finnegan won the Octoberfest and Frank Keyser invitationals and finished fifth at Oatlands, all leading up to a seventh place finish in Maryland’s 4A division.
Sadou Sow, Gaithersburg senior
Sow won the large schools race at the Bull Run Invitational, third at the Frank Keyser Invitational and 11th in Maryland 4A.
Ella Zeigler, James H Blake senior
Zeigler won the Barnhart Invitational, the Consortia Championships, the 4A North regional, was the Montgomery County Championships runner-up and fifth in the 4A state meet.
Lamar Wilson, Northwood senior
Consortia champion Wilson was fourth at the Montgomery County Championships and seventh in Maryland 4A.
Daisy Dastrup, Poolesville sophomore
Dastrup won the Maryland 2A championship with a strong kick, making up what had seemed minutes before to be an insurmountable gap behind the leader racing on her home course. Earlier in the season, she finished 13th at the Oatlands Invitational and second at the Georgetown Prep Invitational’s unseeded race.
Noah Fisher, Richard Montgomery junior
Fisher was sixth at the Frank Keyser Invitational, third at the Montgomery County Championships and 10th at the state 4A meet.
Ella Moore, Holton Arms junior
Moore won the I-270 Rush Hour Rumble, was third in the large schools race at the Maryland Private School state meet, and second at the Skip Grant Invitational.
Edward Lyness, Montgomery Blair senior
Lyness was runner-up at the Montgomery County Championships and the Bull Run large schools race. He was 13th at the Maryland 4A meet.
Alexa Avila, Montgomery Blair junior
Avila was fourth at the Maryland Invitational black race, fourth at the Montgomery County Championships and ninth at the state meet.
Julien Higgins, Winston Churchill senior
Higgins finished fifth at the Gunpowder Falls Invitational, eighth at the Montgomery County Championships and 14th at the Maryland 4A meet.
Katie Greenwald, Walt Whitman freshman
Greenwald was sixth at the Seahawk Invitational, fourth at the 4A West regional and 12th at the state 4A championships.
Lucas Corea, Richard Montgomery senior
Corea was fifth at the Frank Keyser Invitational, fourth at the 4A West regional and 12th at the state meet.
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