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10Athletes To Watch

Sunday, April 10, 2005; Page PW13

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Patrick Amegashie, Potomac, Sr. -- Cedar Run District's 55-meter hurdles indoor champion should be one of the area's better outdoor hurdlers.

Joe Blizard, Forest Park, Sr. -- One of the Bruins' top distance runners started the outdoor season at the Brian Watkins I-95 Invitational by winning the 3,200 in a speedy time of 9:29.

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Anthony Bratton, Osbourn Park, Jr. -- The All-Extra football player and track athlete should be one of the Cedar Run's top performers in the sprints as well as the long and triple jumps.

Pat Eggleston, Brentsville, Sr. -- All-Met during the cross-country season and all-state performer in the indoor 3,200 meters should be a state contender in the outdoor distance races.

Cameron Perry, Forest Park, Jr. -- Indoor track All-Met was one of the D.C. area's best in the long and triple jumps and should make an impact in the jumps as well as the longer sprints.

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Brittney Hazel, Woodbridge, Jr. -- Among the D.C. area's best in the long and triple jumps is poised for a prolific spring after a winter in which she won five events at the Cardinal District indoor championships.

Fallon Hutcherson, Potomac, Sr. -- Indoor track all-American in the 200 could emerge as one of the top sprinters in Virginia this spring. She was third in the state in the 100 last year.

Ariene Jenkins, Woodbridge, Jr. -- All-state shot putter during the winter season was third in state in that event last spring with a personal-best performance.

Kelly Morris, Stonewall Jackson, Sr. -- Has gone as high as 5 feet 3 in the high jump, including at the Cedar Run District meet in February, and she earned all-state in that event with a sixth-place finish.

Stefanie Slekis, Forest Park, Jr. -- Hindered by various injuries during the indoor track season, but the cross-country All-Met still earned fourth in the state in the 1,600 meters.

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