2012 Spring All-Met

Boys' Track and Field

Ahmed Bile

Annandale / Sr.

Won the 800 at the NoVa Invitational in 1:51.90. Took the Virginia AAA Northern Region title in the 1,600 in 4:08.29.

Mike Brown

Mount Vernon / Jr.

Set personal bests in the 200 (21.58) and 100 (10.64) at Virginia AAA Northern Region. Long jumped 23-5.5.

Mike Crozier

Gonzaga / Sr.

Won the 3200 at Southern Track Classic in 9:09.22. Earned WCAC championships in the 1,600 (4:18.55) and 3,200 (9:28.71).

Ronald Darby

Potomac (Md.) / Sr.

Rebounded from injury to win Md. 3A titles in the 100 (10.56) and 200 (21.42). His season-best times were 10.50 and 21.17.

Rashaan Jones

South Lakes / Jr.

Went 6-9 at Arcadia Invite and 6-8 at Wildcat Invitational. Won AAA Liberty District titles in the 100 (11.2) and long jump (21-7).

Nathan Kiley

Westfield / Jr.

Split 1:51 to help lead Bulldogs to Penn Relays 4x800 Championship of America. Also set a personal best in the 400 of 49.01.

Sean McGorty

Chantilly / Jr.

Set personal bests in the 800 (1:54.74) and 1,600 (4:09.19). Won the Va. AAA Concorde District title in the 3,200 (9:22.04).

Robert Mercer

Crossland / Sr.

Won the Maryland 3A pole vault championship (14-6). Also won at PG County championships (14-0) and 3A South.

Champ Page

Wise / Sr.

Was first in the 400 (47.27) and third in the 200 (21.64) at the Maryland 4A championships. Set personal bests of 46.96 and 21.54.

Kyle Smith

Douglass / Sr.

Won the Maryland 2A 110 hurdles in 14.29; was runner-up in the 300 hurdles in 38.90. Set personal bests of 14.13 and 38.61.

Quincey Sutton

Douglass / Sr.

Set personal-best marks in the shot put (55-8) and discus (168-4). Won the shot (55-0) and discus (167-10) at Md. 2A meet.

Mustaqeem Williams

Forest Park / So.

Northwest Region 100 (10.63) and 200 (21.70) champ set season bests in the 200 (21.37) and long jump (22-2.75).

David Winters, Jr.

Suitland / Sr.

Won Md. 4A titles in the 100 (10.71) and 200 (21.12) in his first season in the sport. Also ran a personal-best 48.22 in the 400.

Coach of the year: Malcolm Drewery

Douglass

Drewery took over the program on short notice in 2010, and last year the Eagles finished tied for 25th at the Maryland 2A outdoor championships. This past season, however, Drewery was able to fully establish his philosophy and he guided his 16 athletes to 2A South region and state titles indoors and outdoors. They were runners-up in mighty Prince George's County to 4A champion Wise.

Player bios by Carl Little - The Washington Post. Photos by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post.
Published June 10, 2012.