Severna Park Boys Tie For Second In Track And Field State Championships

Broadneck Girls Finish Eighth


The Severna Park boys had a strong showing at the Maryland state track and field championships, tying for second place with Howard at the event, held June 18-19 at Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex in Landover. Broadneck’s girls finished eighth while the Severna Park girls came in 22nd. The Broadneck boys finished 14th.

Here is the full list of results:


In the boys 4x800 meter relay, Severna Park claimed first at 7:53.71. The team was senior Jack Muldoon, juniors Edward Sullivan and James Glebocki, and senior Jake Gelfand.

For the boys 1600-meter run, senior Carson Sloat finished second (4:16.67) and junior Tyler Canaday (4:20.26) came in fourth.

In the boys 3200-meter run, Gelfand came in second (9:34.59). During the boys 400-meter dash, junior Jack DeBaugh was third with a time of 49.86. Sloat finished fourth (1:58.45) in the boys 800-meter run.

Severna Park placed sixth in the boys 4x200 meter relay. The team of sophomore Michael Singleton, junior Declan Gentile, senior Graham Snyder and junior Casey Grindle had a time of 1:31.82.

In high jump, fourth place went to junior John Tyler, who cleared 6 feet, 2 inches. Junior Ryan Laughlin came in second for pole vault, clearing 11 feet, 6 inches.

With all events calculated, the Severna Park boys tied Howard for second place with 58 points through 18 events. Walter Johnson was first.


In the girls 4x800 meter relay, Severna Park placed fourth with a time of 9:54.06. The team was comprised of seniors Abby Weist, Cara Vandemeulebroecke, Caroline Gage and freshman Taylor Denton.

In triple jump, senior Claire Kintzley came in sixth.

With eight points, the Severna Park girls finished 22nd.


In girls pole vault, junior Kate Donnelly took first, clearing 11 feet. Junior Mollie Fenn finished second in the girls 3200-meter run with a time of 11:12.70. Senior Molly Wilson placed fourth in the girls 400-meter dash with a time of 1:00.13.

Sophomore Safiya Stimely earned fourth place in discus throw (86 feet, 10 inches).

The Broadneck girls finished eighth with 28 points through 18 events.


In shot put, Broadneck junior Ayden Wheless came in fifth (45 feet, 3.5 inches). Wheless was also seventh in discus throw (105 feet, 7 inches).

In the boys 4x400 meter relay, Broadneck came in seventh at 3:30.99. The team included senior Henry Taylor, sophomore Bryce Clark, and seniors Jack Collier and Zephyr Crestwell

With 18 points, Broadneck was 14th on the boys side.


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