TIMONIUM — Local athletes brought home three individual titles from the Baltimore County Track and Field championships last week at Dulaney High School.
Eastern Tech claimed two championships: Ryan Weeks (3,200 meters) and Keith Chatmon (110 hurdles).
For Chesapeake, Makayla Davis won the discus throw with a distance of 103-1, nearly 20 feet bette than second place (83-10).
Davis also took second in the shotput with a throw of 34-9, falling short of first place by 11 inches.
Weeks won the 3,200 on the meet’s first day, May 8, with a time of 9:35.21. He would have contended for dirst place in the 800 and 1,600 during the meet’s second day on Saturday, but was sidelined by an injury.
Chatmon won the 110 hurdles in 14.75, and finished third in the 300 hurdles in 42.0. Dundalk’s Taishaun Craddock, who was third in the 110 hurdles, won the 300 hurdles in 39.87.
Also doing well for the Maverick boys were Darius Adams, third in the 100 meters (11.22) and Ryan Strait, fifth in the discus (121-8) and seventh in the shotput (43-6).
For the Maverick girls, Chelseaa Umezurike took third in the the 100 hurdles (15.6) and the 300 hurdles (46.57) and fourth in the shotput (32-8).
For Kenwood, Duran Miller finished seventh in the boys discus (113-3), while Joyce Kemo was seventh in the girls long jump (14-10.25).
Eastern Tech finished sixth in the boys team standings. Dulaney won over Dundalk and Franklin, 151-60; followed by New Town (49), Perry Hall (35) and Eastern Tech (34).
The Maverick girls were 11th overall with 16 points, while Chesapeake finished 10th overall with 18 points.
Hereford won the team title over Woodlawn, 146-58, followed by Franklin (54), Sparrows Point (51) and Carver A&T (50).