The Falcons flew high at the 4A East indoor track region meet at PG Sports Complex in Landover, Maryland, on February 7.
Severna Park’s boys finished with 75.50 points, ahead of Dundalk (67 points) and Broadneck (58.50). On the girls side, Severna Park accrued 72 points for a narrow win over Broadneck (69 points) and Old Mill (65 points).
Here’s a recap of the events:
In the 800-meter finals, Severna Park’s Lexi Ensor finished first (2:20.45) and Broadneck’s Stephanie Costello came in second (2:23.88).
In the 3200-meter run, Severna Park’s Cameron Glebocki led the way with a time of 11:35.34. Her teammates Audrey Denton (12:06.69) and Kathryn Murphy (12:08.85) came in third and fourth, respectively.
The Broadneck girls finished third in both the 4x200 meter relay and the 4x400 meter relay. Severna Park finished fourth in the 4x400 event.
In the 4x800 relay finals, the Severna Park girls took first (10:00.14) and Broadneck took second (10:07.05), with Dulaney (10:07.47) in third.
Shot put featured 24 challengers on the girls side. Severna Park’s Jillian Zukley finished second (33 feet, 11 inches) behind South River’s Fiona Murray (34 feet, 1 inch).
Casey Gish (5 feet) earned first place in the high jump finals. For pole vault, the Bruins had three of the top four finishers. Carson Boteler took first, clearing 10 feet, 6 inches. Avery Smith came in second (9 feet) and Taylor Hannon took fourth place (8 feet).
In the 3200-meter run, the boys finished one, two, three thanks to seniors Christopher Nunn (9:39.23), Liam Hagerty (9:47.13) and Sean Sullivan (10:18.98).
Falcons Alex Lecouras (1:58.53) and Brooks Steppe (2.00.89) took second and third, respectively, in the 800-meter run.
For Broadneck, Chase DeJesus took third in the 55-meter dash (6:60) and Patrick Robillard earned third place in the 500-meter run. Gunner Denius took third in the 55-meter hurdles.
The Bruins added to their strong day by finishing third in the 4x200 meter relay and second in the 4x400 meter relay.
The 4x800 meter relay finals came down to Severna Park and Broadneck, and the Falcons got the win (8:15.96) over the Bruins (8:25.93).
For pole vault, Severna Park had the second- and third-place finishers. John Mclain and Luke Tyler both cleared 10 feet, 5 inches.
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