2012-13 Winter All-Met

Boys' Track & Field

Louis Colson

Edison / Jr.

Won 3,200 at Va. AAA Northern Region and state meets. Dropped almost nine seconds off region time at states (9:06.61).

Nate Gainey

Mount Hebron / Sr.

Md. 3A champ in 500 (1:06.66) and runner-up in 300 (35.16). Personal-best 1:05.42 in 500 at Montgomery Invite.

Darryl Haraway Jr.

DeMatha / So.

Blazed to sixth-place finish in 200 at indoor nationals (22.05). Won 55 at Virginia Tech Invite in personal-best 6.43.

Paul Joseph

Clarksburg / Sr.

Md. 4A champ in 300 (35.29). Won 55, 55 hurdles and 300 at Montgomery County and 4A West region meets.

Nathan Kiley

Westfield / Sr.

Surprise winner in 800 at indoor nationals (1:51.37). Won 500 at Va. AAA Northern Region meet. State runner-up in 1,000.

Rashad Manning

Riverdale Baptist / So.

Area’s top shot putter with 59-2.25 heave at Univ. of Kentucky. Set Last Track to Philly and Ind. Schools Invite meet records.

Jordan Martin

McNamara / Sr.

Unbeaten against area competition in 55 hurdles. Personal best 7.42 at DCIAA Invitational. Also excelled at long jump.

Sean McGorty

Chantilly / Sr.

Ran area-best 3,200 at Concorde District meet (8:55.38). Won 1,600 at states. Northern Region meet record in 1,000.

Logan Miller

Chantilly / Sr.

Won 1,600 at Va. AAA Northern Region meet and finished second at state meet in 4:16.01. Split 1:55 in state 3,200 relay win.

Ayo Raymond

Robinson / Sr.

Ran personal-best 6.40 in 55 to win Va. AAA Northern Region title. Third at state meet and sixth in 60 at nationals.

Robert Yu

Langley / Sr.

Cleared career-best 14-9 to take second in pole vault at Virginia AAA state meet. Also Northern Region runner-up.

Coach of the Year: Scott Mathias

Clarksburg

Led by the only coach in school history, the Coyotes celebrated their first Maryland 4A indoor title in February, backing up their Montgomery County and Maryland 4A West crowns. The 6-year-old program edged Northwest at all three meets boosted by versatile efforts from seniors Paul Joseph and Will Bertrand. Mathias had led Clarksburg to the 2009 Md. 2A boys' outdoor title.