2012 Spring All-Met

Girls' Track and Field

Mobolaji Adeokun

DuVal / Sr.

Won Maryland 4A titles with personal bests in the long jump (19-6.5), 200 (24.48), 100 (11.91) and 100 hurdles (13.75).

Sophie Chase

Lake Braddock / Jr.

Won the Penn Relays 3K (9:37.86). Also won the mile at Southern Track Classic (4:51.65) and ran 2:10.81 for 800 meters.

Hannah Christen

Lake Braddock / So.

Was third in the 3K at Penn Relays in 9:42.97. Clocked 4:54.68 for a full mile and ran 2:14.37 for 800 meters.

Kimberley Ficenec

Mountain View / Sr.

Won the 800 at Southern Track Classic (2:06.84) and ran 4:53.77 in the Penn Relays mile. Also high jumped 5-3.

Natiaha Hinnerichs

Holton-Arms / Jr.

Cleared 5-7 in the high jump at the ISL championships. Set the meet record at the Viking Invitational at 5-6.

Emma King

Oakdale / Jr.

Pole vaulted 12-10 at the Don Boyer Invite and 12-8 at her conference championship. Won the Md. 2A title with a 2A record 11-8.

Felecia Majors

South County / Jr.

Set season bests in the triple jump (39-1), pole vault (12-7), high jump (5-5), 400 (55.18), 200 (24.21) and 100 (11.97).

Tamara Ovejera

Thomas Johnson / Jr.

Swept postseason discus titles, including the Md. 3A title (143-4). Set a personal-best 144-6. Went 41-4 in the shot put.

Kiah Seymour

Carroll / Sr.

Runner-up in Penn Relays 400 hurdles (59.78) set personal bests in the 200 (24.44) and 100 hurdles (14.42). Ran 56.69 in the 400.

Gwen Shaw

Wootton / Jr.

Won the 400 (personal-best 55.19) at Md. 4A championships after placing second in the 100 hurdles (14.41).

Antonella Taylor

Bowie / Jr.

Was third in the shot put at Penn Relays (46-0.5) and won the Maryland 4A championship with 41-4.5. Threw 44-3 at 4A South.

Mercedes Tillman

North Point / Jr.

Won the 100 (12.14s), 200 (24.90) and 400 (55.56) at SMAC championships. Ran 11.91 to win Waldorf Track Classic.

Breanna Walker

Osbourn Park / Sr.

Won the 100 (12.11) and 200 (24.52) at Virginia AAA Northwest Region championship. Also ran 11.82 at Gar-Field Invite.

Coach of the year: Michael D. Feldman

Osbourn Park

The 11th-year coach is one of the longest tenured and most successful in Prince William County. This season he guided 45 girls to their 10th Virginia AAA Cardinal District title in the last 11 years. The Yellow Jackets also finished third in a difficult Northwest Region after capturing the last six region titles. "This is what I'm most proud of: That 36 of my boys and girls have competed at the collegiate level," Feldman said.

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