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21 individuals and relays from Montgomery Co. won state titles
State championship coverage coming soon
Boys 100m 4A		Raynard Bell    	John F. Kennedy		10.79
Boys 200m 4A		Mayen Mcclain		Springbrook		21.81
Boys 1600m 3A		Ryan Lockett    	Poolesville		4:23.70
Boys 3200m 3A		Ryan Lockett    	Poolesville		9:24.62
Boys 3200m 4A		Rohann Asfaw    	Richard Montgomery	9:24.26
Boys High Jump 4A	Divinus Muteba    	Northwest		6-04.00
Boys Shot Put 3A	Jabari Bennett    	James H. Blake		56-01.00
Boys 4x100m 4A					Springbrook		43.39
Boys 4x200m 4A					Northwest		1:28.87
Boys 4x400m 4A					Springbrook		3:20.99
Boys 4x800m 4A					Northwest		8:01.64
Girls 800m 4A		Morgan Casey    	Montgomery Blair	2:16.22
Girls 3200m 3A		Nandini Satsangi    	Poolesville		11:07.01
Girls 3200m 4A		Abigail Green    	Walter Johnson		10:45.66
Girls 100m HH 4A 	Editta Pessima		Northwest		14.41
Girls 300m IH 4A	Editta Pessima		Northwest		44.38
Girls High Jump 4A	Taylor Wright    	Northwest		5-04.00
Girls Discus 4A		Xanthi Limber    	Clarksburg		114-02
Girls 4x200m 3A					James H. Blake		1:42.52
Girls 4x400m 3A					James H. Blake		3:58.09
Girls 4x800m 3A					Damascus		9:31.05

MoCo Swept 3A-4A 3200-Meter Races: Friday Recap




WCAC Championship Recap
Darnell Pratt's Grueling, Record-Breaking Day Led Falcons: 10.81/21.39/47.78
+ All-Time MoCo Record 1:26.63 4x200


Mocorunning's WCAC History Page



Taylor Wright of Northwest and Ryan Lockett of Poolesville are 2017 James DeMoss Award Winners

Introducing: The Springbrook Relay-Devils

Mocorunning County Championship Notes

The 2017 Outdoor County Championship Record Books Available for Purchase



Draper Invitational: Masai Russell is all-time greatest 300-meter hurdler from MoCo by a lot: 42.15
Darnell Pratt 48.15 400m, best by MoCo and GC athlete since 2010
Anthony Diruji of St. Andrew's Episcopal 49-01.50 Triple Jump, Best in MoCo since 1998

DCC Stars Shine, Boost Confidence Through Dreary Weather





Check out Mocorunning's DCC Leaderboards after the 2017 DCC Championship: Boys, Girls



Penn Relays Highlights: Bullis set all-time Montgomery County records in the boys 4x400 (3:13.24) and girls 4x100 (45.31).
Ryan Lockett of Poolesville and Rohann Asfaw of RM finished second and third in the 3k in fastest times by MoCo boys at Penn since 1984.



Viking Invitational Friday Night Showcase in Photos


Poolesville's Ryan Lockett and RM's Seydi Sall Broke Meet Records



MoCo Girls Outdoor Track Divisions - Final

Walter Johnson

5-0

B-CC

3-2

Churchill

3-2

Wootton

2-3

R. Montgomery

2-3

Whitman

0-5

Northwest

6-0

Clarksburg

5-1

Poolesville

4-2

Quince Orchard

3-3

Damascus

2-4

Seneca Valley

1-5

Watkins Mill

0-6

Paint Branch

5-0

Gaithersburg

4-1

Springbrook

3-2

Sherwood

2-3

Blake

1-4

Magruder

0-5

Blair

5-0

Northwood

4-1

Einstein

3-2

Wheaton

2-3

Kennedy

1-4

Rockville

0-5

MoCo Boys Outdoor Track Divisions

R. Montgomery

5-0

Wootton

4-1

Churchill

2-3

B-CC

2-3

Whitman

1-4

Walter Johnson

1-4

Northwest

6-0

Clarksburg

4-2

Poolesville

4-2

Quince Orchard

3-3

Watkins Mill

3-3

Damascus

1-5

Seneca Valley

0-6

Paint Branch

5-0

Springbrook

4-1

Blake

3-2

Gaithersburg

2-3

Sherwood

1-4

Magruder

0-5

Northwood

5-0

Blair

4-1

Einstein

3-2

Wheaton

2-3

Kennedy

1-4

Rockville

0-5



2016 Outdoor Division Standings   Historical Standings



On 45th Anniversary, Dunston Dreams of Return to Woodward High School

Vollmer Invitational Paid Tribute to Coach and Commissioner of Officials




Renaldo Smith's hot start to the outdoor season makes him a Penn Relays hopeful: Mocorunning Story

The Jamaican-born Sherwood athlete wants nothing more than to jump against the world's best prep athletes at the prestigious Philadelphia meet. His 47-02.50 mark to start the outdoor campaign might get him there, but it has been a winding road he traveled.



Devil Played Tricks at 15th Cougar Relays


QO's Chris Thoms became the first male repeat champion. Whitman freshman Alicia Lauwers was surprise girls winner.



Bullis Girls Won NBIN 4x4 in US #2 All-Time 3:39.70
Brought First Female Indoor National Title Home to Montgomery County Since 1995: Mocorunning Notes

Top MoCo Indoor Nationals Performances 2006-2017. All-Time Rankings Updated to Reflect 2017: Boys Girls


Photo by Joe Lee


State Champion Insights Part I: Northwest is First 4A Boys Team to Four-Peat



Part II: Bennett is #4 All-Time (and More)

Part III: Green Split with Coffin (and More)


Congratulations to the 16 individual and relay MoCo state champions
Boys 55m (4A)		Josh Netterville 	Northwest 		6.40 	
Boys 300m (4A)		Josh Netterville 	Northwest 		34.91 
Boys 500m (4A)		Eldon Phillips 		Northwood 		1:05.81 
Boys 800m (4A)		Chase Osborne 		Northwest 		1:57.93 
Girls 800m (4A)		Gwenyth Asbury 		Winston Churchill 	2:22.29 
Boys 1600m (3A)		Ryan Lockett 		Poolesville 		4:23.16 
Girls 3200m (4A)	Abigail Green 		Walter Johnson 		10:50.83 
Boys 3200m (4A)		Rohann Asfaw 		Richard Montgomery 	9:43.66 
Boys 3200m (3A)		Ryan Lockett 		Poolesville 		9:41.04 
Girls 55m Hurdles (4A)	Eddita Pessima 		Northwest 		8.28 
Boys High Jump (4A)	Tyrek Goy 		Paint Branch 		6-06.00 
Boys Shot Put (3A)	Jabari Bennett 		James H. Blake 		59-00.25 
Boys 4x200 (4A)					Northwest 		1:31.31 
Boys 4x400 (4A)					Springbrook 		3:25.83 
Boys 4x800 (4A)					Bethesda Chevy Chase 	8:13.05 
Girls 4x800 (4A)				Northwest 		9:45.31 



All-Time MoCo Records at Kentucky Invite: 3:17.68 Bullis Boys 4x4, Eric Allen 21.33 200m


Ray Boss Tribute Article

Ray Boss, father, husband, and track official, passed away on Monday, February 13, 2017, as a result of a heart attack.

Arrangements will be held at:
Derwood Alliance Church, 16501 Redland Road, as follows:
Visitation: Sunday, February 19 - 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Memorial Service: Monday, February 20 - 11:00 a.m.

The outpouring of support for this tribute was incredible. It was a testament to Ray's character and impact on the Montgomery County track & field communitiy.


Photo by: Marleen Van den Neste





Photo by Clarence Franklin

Alexis Postell Interview

Alexis Postell is competing at the highest level this season. She has run under 8.20 in the 55-meter hurdles in three meets so far this season and most recently set a personal best time of 8.12 at the Private School Invitational at Georgetown Prep. The time ranks #5 all-time by a Montgomery County athlete, but she is not done yet. The Bullis senior has witnessed the evolution of the nationally renowned track program ever since its early stages when the school's first ISL track title was still a dream. The school's track success has afforded Postell and her teammates the opportunity to travel and see many different regions of the country along the way. Mocorunning explores her experience in this interview.


A New County Championship Meet
Coaches Explain the New Montgomery County Championship Meet for Private Schools


Photo by Mark Poetker
Georgetown Prep School Won Inaugural Boys Title, Good Counsel Won Inaugural Girls Title


Three Meet Records Fell at 30th MoCo Indoor Championship: Meet Recap   30 Years of Results


Abigail Green: 5:02.00 1600m; Springbrook boys 3:28.17 4x4; Thierry Siewe Yanga: 1:57.56 800m

County Meet Prediction Competition Results
Indoor County Championship Pre Meet: Heat Sheets   Poll Results: The Fan Favorites



All-Time Montgomery County Records Broken at VA Showcase: Eric Allen 33.49 300m, Bullis 4x2's: 1:28.02, 1:37.62

Mocorunning's Montgomery Invitational Recap

All Montgomery Invitational Results



Meet #2 Notes: Boys Girls     MCPS #3 Notes: Boys Girls

Mocorunning's Most Viewed of 2016

Eric Allen broke Montgomery County All-Time Record in 300m Dash (34.13) - Mocorunning Notes


Rohann Asfaw Qualified for NXN, Abigail Green Qualified for Footlocker Nationals
Maryland Girls Topped Team Scoring at Footlocker Northeast Regional: Mocorunning Thoughts



Ode to Tom Arnold - Retirement Tribute Written by Former OLGC Athletes

Final Individual XC Rankings

State Recap: WJ Girls Fourpeat, Green Has Record-Breaking Run
Rohann Asfaw & Ryan Lockett Won Titles



DC-MD State Recap: 2 Retirements, 2 State Titles, and a Meet in Flux

Gary Wyatt of St. Andrew's and Tom Arnold of Good Counsel Announced Retirements After 36 and 34 Year Coaching Careers



St. Andrew's Girls Won Third Straight

The Heights Won First Since 2011




MoCo Championship for Private Schools Recap   Wk10 Rankings


Holton-Arms School Girls Won First County Title

The Heights School Boys Won First County Title




Jewish Day School Boys Won Third Straight PVAC Title



Lockett Flipped the Script at 3A West


Reversing the outcome from the Urbana Invitational five weeks ago, Poolesville's Ryan Lockett won the 3A West Regional at Urbana, breaking Micah Hewitson's course record in convincing fashion. Lockett has seemingly grown exponentially stronger in every race. Photo by Craig Amoss


6-time track/xc county champ Rohann Asfaw announced his committment to UVA via twitter

GC Falcons Fly to Fourth Straight


Good Counsel Boys Claimed Fourth Consecutive WCAC Title with 33 Second Top-5 Spread in Places 3 Through 8

Luke Armbruster of St. Andrews became first MAC champion from a Montgomery County school since 2003




Mocorunning County Championship Prediction Competitions: Pre-Season, Pre-Meet

Elite Looks Like: Seclusion, Isolation, Domination. Meet Recap   Wk8 Rankings


Abigail Green shattered her own course record (18:04) in 17:46.6 with a 49 second margin of victory.


Northwest Boys and WJ Girls won county championship team titles.
Rohann Asfaw of Richard Montgomery won boys race in 15:33.7.

Pre-Meet: Poll Results   Mocorunning's County Championship Projections: Boys Girls

Download the First Ever Montgomery County XC Championship Meet Record Book




Consortia Championship Recap     Week 7 Rankings


Yasmine Kass of Paint Branch and Obsaa Feda of Northwood won individual titles
Blair Girls and Einstein Boys won Consortia Cups

Consortia Leaderboard     Past Meet Results   Consortia Meet Preview




Abigail Green of Walter Johnson set Montgomery County record 14:21 at Manhattan Invitational. Sally Glynn ran 14:28 at Manhattan in 1994, the year that she finished second at Footlocker Nationals and qualified for world junior XC championships.

Milesplit captured great diving finish by Rohann Asfaw at Glory Days

Watkins Mill's Wolverine Run Gets Off the Ground in Second Year

Meet Nearly Tripled in Size in Second Running
The Heights School won Boys Title, Damascus won Girls Title
Heather Delaplaine of Damascus Won Girls Varsity by over 1:00

Week 6 Individual Rankings     Around the County Week 6




MoCo Girls Cross Country Divisions 2016

W. Johnson

5-0

B-CC

4-1

Wootton

3-2

Q. Orchard

2-3

Churchill

1-4

R. Montgomery

0-5

Whitman

5-0

Northwest

4-1

Sherwood

3-2

Paint Branch

2-3

Clarksburg

1-4

Einstein

0-5

Blair

6-0

Poolesville

5-1

Damascus

3-3

Gaithersburg

2-4

Blake

2-4

Northwood

2-4

Springbrook

1-5

Seneca Valley

4-1*

Magruder

4-1

Kennedy

4-1

Rockville

2-3

Watkins Mill

1-4

Wheaton

0-5

MoCo Boys Cross Country Divisions 2016

B-CC

5-0

Churchill

4-1

Wootton

3-2

R. Montgomery

2-3

Q. Orchard

1-4

W. Johnson

0-5

Northwest

5-0

Sherwood

3-2

Einstein

3-2

Whitman

2-3

Paint Branch

2-3

Clarksburg

0-5

Poolesville

6-0

Blair

5-1

Blake

4-2

Springbrook

2-4

Gaithersburg

2-4

Northwood

2-4

Damascus

0-6

Wheaton

5-0

Magruder

4-1

Watkins Mill

3-2

Seneca Valley

2-3

Rockville

1-4

Kennedy

0-5


*Seneca Valley won girls division IV on fewest points tiebreaker.
In the event of a tie, the team that has defeated the other team(s) with which it is tied will be the champion.
If there is still a tie, then the tie will be broken by the lowest combined points scored in division meets.
If a tie still remains, the largest combined margin of victory among the teams that are tied will be used.


Past Years Divisional XC Standings



Urbana Invitational Recap

Poolesville's Nandini Satsangi notched her first major invitational victory with a time of 19:03. Ryan Lockett finished second in 16:30. Mud and rain were factors.

Week 5 Individual Rankings     Around the County Week 5




Landon Invitational Recap

Landon experienced a spike in participation in the 13th rendition of its signature home invitational. Cady Hyde of St. John's and Wesley Feldman of Landon ran away with Brown Race individual titles. What's with this "White" and "Brown" stuff anyways? Read Mocorunning's recap.

Runwashington Coverage of DCXC Invitational

Week 4 Individual Rankings         Around the County Week 4




Mocorunning Scoped the New 4A West Regional XC Course

Gaithersburg High School debuted the new 4A West Regional XC Course on Sept 20 in a quad meet, coincidentally against all 3A schools. Mocorunning was on site to scope out the new course, take photos, and ask questions.

Oatlands Invitational Recap

Richard Montgomery's Rohann Asfaw became just the second Maryland runner to ever win the Varsity 'A' race at the Oatlands Invitational. Green of Walter Johnson shaved 49 seconds off her time from the same course a year ago. WJ girls, Good Counsel boys were top Maryland teams.

Around the County Week 3    Week 3 Individual Rankings




Track and Trail Invitational Recap

Walter Johnson's Abigail Green debuted junior season with 17:54.7 5k (a 2:05 margin of victory). Rohann Asfaw of Richard Montgomery won the boys large school race in 16:10. Northwest boys and Wootton girls won team titles

Around the County Week 2    Week 2 Individual Rankings




Mocorunning Preseason XC Poll Results - The Boys The Girls

Sandy Spring Friends School Scrimmage Recap

The race had no official scores and no official timing. I can only report the winning boys and girls times: Jimmy Vazzana of Good Counsel was the first male finisher in 17:20 while Claudia Wendt of Good Counsel was the first female finisher in 20:54.

B-CC Aims to Win in 2016

"We definitely want to win states," said senior Zoe Nuechterlein. "That's our main focus...everything is with that end goal in mind at the end of the season."

WJ Girls Team in Pursuit of Fourth Straight State Title

Believe it or not, Walter Johnson won four consecutive cross country state titles twice before in school history. The girls team did it from 1996 to 1999 and the boys team did it from 2008 to 2011. Head coach Tom Martin said that it is too early to tell exactly what they have, but a fourth consecutive state title could potentially be in the cards.

Quansah Unifies Northwest XC Team with Dashikis

"We are all as one," continued Quansah. "There is no such thing as 'oh, he's not from Africa or he was born somewhere else.' I bought the shirts so that we could all be one. It doesn't matter. We are all a team and we all have the same goals and we're trying to go for the state title."




2015-2016 School Year Front Page Summary

Recent Results
DateMeet
2017-05-271A State Championship
2017-05-272A State Championship
2017-05-273A State Championship
2017-05-274A State Championship
2017-05-24Clarksburg TC vs. Bethesda TC
2017-05-203A South Regional
2017-05-204A West Regional
2017-05-204A North Regional
2017-05-20WCAC Championship
2017-05-18Draper MS Invitational
Upcoming Events
DateMeet
2017-06-16NB Outdoor Nationals


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