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All-Met All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Coach Lionel Russell, H.D. Woodson; Serge McGill, Suitland; Devin Thompson, Osbourn Park; Tony Cole, Oakland Mills; Drew Graybeal, Glenelg. Second row (left to right): Travis Bowman, Suitland; Christo Landry, Jefferson; Anjewan Geter, H.D. Woodson; David Groff, Westfield; Dominic Berger, DeMatha; Anthony Wiseman, DeMatha; Afolabi Aromire, C.H. Flowers. Not pictured: Jerome Miller, Colonial Forge. (Preston Keres - The Washington Post)

Athlete of the Year |  Coach of the Year
First Team |  Honorable Mention |  Top Relay Teams


Athlete of the Year
Tony Cole, Oakland Mills, Sr.
The Scorpions' speedster set a state record in winning the Maryland 2A/1A title in the 55 (area-best 6.35 seconds). He also won the 300 and was part of winning 4x200 and 4x400 relays as the Scorpions won a state title. At the Nike Indoor Championships, Cole took sixth place in the 60.



Coach of the Year
Lionel Russell, H.D. Woodson
Last honored as coach of the year in 1995, the 22-year head coach guided the Warriors to a sweep of the boys' and girls' titles at the D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championships in February. Russell has won 15 DCIAA titles in his career.



First Team
Afolabi Aromire, C.H. Flowers, Jr.
Aromire was the nation's second-ranked runner in the 500 (1:04.56), third in the 600 (1:21.16) and sixth in the 300 (34.66). He won Maryland 4A/3A state titles in the 300 and 500.

Dominic Berger, DeMatha, Sr.
Berger was the 55 hurdles champ at the Virginia Tech Invitational (7.48) and the 60 hurdles winner at the Penn State Invitational (7.95).

Travis Bowman, Suitland, Sr.
Bowman was the Maryland 4A/3A runner-up in the 300 and the 500 and was part of the Rams' winning 4x200 and 4x400 relays.

Anjewan Geter, H.D. Woodson, Sr.
Accounted for 38 points in Woodson's DCIAA team championship. Won the 55, 500 and triple jump and finished second in the 300.

Drew Graybeal, Glenelg, Sr.
A double winner at the Maryland 2A/1A meet, taking the 500 (1:05.65, fifth in the nation) and 800 crowns. He finished 10th in the 400 at the Nike championships.

David Groff, Westfield, Sr.
The area's fastest in the 1,000 (2:29.82), Groff ran a 1:52 anchor leg in the Bulldogs' Virginia AAA champion 4x800-meter relay, which was tops in the nation and 10th all-time.

Christo Landry, Jefferson, Sr.
Landry was the area's top runner in the 1,600 (winning the AAA Northern Region title in 4:16.85) and 3,200 (second at the AAA state meet in 9:15.17).

Serge McGill, Suitland, Sr.
McGill won the Maryland 4A/3A championship in the 55 and was part of the Rams' winning 4x200 and 4x400 relays as the Rams took the 4A/3A team title.

Jerome Miller, Colonial Forge, Sr.
Miller finished the season ranked second in the nation in the high jump (7-1). He was a double winner at the Virginia AAA meet, taking the high jump and triple jump titles.

Devin Thompson, Osbourn Park, Soph.
Virginia AAA Northwestern Region winner in 55 and 300 was AAA runner-up in the 55 (6.40 seconds, third in the area) and high jump (6-6).

Anthony Wiseman, DeMatha, Jr.
A three-time All-Met, Wiseman was the area's fastest in the 300 (34.08) and second fastest in the 55 (6.36). He took fifth at the Nike Indoor Championships in the 200 (22.50).



Honorable Mention

Jeremy Beal, West Potomac, Sr.; Roy Coles, Edison, Sr.; John Cooper, Urbana, Sr.; Will Eden, Annapolis, Jr.; Pat Eggleston, Brentsville, Jr.; Jared Fagan, Westlake, Sr.; Aaron James, DuVal, Sr.; Andrew Jesien, Walter Johnson, Jr.; Bryan Jones, Arundel, Sr.; Steven Knight, Calvert, Sr.; Jamell Lane, Suitland, Soph.; Eric Lane, Brentsville, Soph.; Randy Lee, Archbishop Carroll, Soph.; David Lewis, Westfield, Sr.; Anthony Littlejohn, Old Mill, Sr.; Jason Miller, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Ryan Murphy, Northern, Sr.; Brian Redding, H.D. Woodson, Sr.; Chris Richardson, Hayfield, Soph.; Dustin Rhodes, Forest Park, Sr.; Boris Roslov, Middletown, Sr.; James Scheiner, Westfield, Sr.; Alvin Tondereau, Westfield, Sr.; Philippe Tondereau, Westfield, Sr.; Sean Tyree, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Derrick Williams, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Derrick Williams, Gwynn Park, Sr.; John Wingfield, Langley, Jr.



Top Relay Teams

4x200: DeMatha (Anthony Wiseman, Jr.; Dominic Berger, Sr.; Kai Roper, Jr.; Geoffrey Daley, Soph.)
4x400: Suitland (Serge McGill, Sr.; Mark Duncan, Jr.; Jamell Lane, Soph.; Travis Bowman, Sr.)
4x800: Westfield (Chris Courson, Sr.; Chris Black, Sr.; James Scheiner, Sr.; David Groff, Sr.)




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