WINTER 2006 ALL-MET

Girls' Indoor Track & Field

All-Mets
Front Row (left to right): Marika Walker, Eleanor Roosevelt; Brittni Finch, Centreville; Nakeisha Wineglass, Hayfield; Teressa McCoy, Lake Braddock; Audrey Gariepy, Churchill. Second row: DeAnna Brown, Dunbar; Tasha Stanley, Eleanor Roosevelt; Michaylin Golladay, Largo; April Sinkler, Brooke Point; Tameka Jameson, Eleanor Roosevelt. Back row: Nicole Kazuba, Chantilly; Sarrah Hadiji, W.T. Woodson; Coach Ed Bowie, Central; Andrea Oaxaca, H-B Woodlawn; Robyn Chapman, Douglass. (Toni L. Sandys - The Washington Post)

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


Athlete of the Year

Tameka Jameson | Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.
On a roster full of standout athletes, Jameson stood out the most, competing at a level reminiscent of many of the great athletes in the Greenbelt school's history. Jameson was the Maryland 4A/3A champion in the 500 meters, barely missing the meet record set by former Roosevelt standout Suziann Reid, and her season best of 1:12.40 ranks fifth all-time. She also ran on the Raiders' strong relays, including the Nike Indoor Nationals champion 4x400.



Coach of the Year

Ed Bowie | Central
The 30-year coach earned his 41st state title, including cross-country and outdoor track championships. It's one that he considered among the sweetest in his tenure. Despite having no home track and just six competitors at the state meet, the Falcons scored 52 points to Poolesville's 38 to win the Maryland 2A/1A title. It was the 16th girls' indoor state title for Central. The Falcons also won the 2A/1A East Region title and were third at the Prince George's County meet.



First Team

DeAnna Brown | Dunbar, Soph.
Brown had a breakout performance at the DCIAA championships, winning the 55 meters in 7.22 seconds and capturing the 300 in 40.69. She also ran on the champion 4x200 relay.

Robyn Chapman | Douglass, Sr.
Chapman won the Maryland 4A/3A title in the 300-meter dash (39.90 seconds). She was third in the state in the 55 and won the 4A/3A East Region title in the 300.

Brittni Finch | Centreville, Soph.
Finch was Virginia AAA champion in the long jump with an area-best mark of 19 feet 10D inches, ranked third in the country and best in meet history. She was the Northern Region champ in the long jump and 55.

Michaylin Golladay | Largo, Sr.
A four-time All-Met, Golladay was a triple winner at the Prince George's County championships, taking the 55 (7.16 seconds), the 55 hurdles (8.44) and 300 (39.3). She was second in the 4A/3A state meet in the 55 and third in the 300. Will run for Clemson.

Sarrah Hadiji | W.T. Woodson, Jr.
A cross-country All-Met, Hadiji had one of the season's best performances in winning the 3,200 at the Virginia AAA meet in 11:02.26, the area's second-best time.

Audrey Gariepy | Churchill, Jr.
Gariepy was one of the area's best hurdlers, taking fourth at the Maryland 4A/3A meet (8.37 seconds). At the Montgomery County championships she won the 55 hurdles, long jump, triple jump and high jump.

Teressa McCoy | Lake Braddock, Sr.
The area's best shot-putter, McCoy had an area-best shot of 40-2A to win the Northern Region title and lead her team to the victory. She was third at the Virginia AAA meet (40-A).

Andrea Oaxaca | H-B Woodlawn, Fr.
The freshman, who competes for Yorktown, made a smashing debut with two impressive victories in the 1,000 meters, first at the AAA Northern Region meet and then at the state championships (2:56.06).

Nicole Kazuba | Chantilly, Sr.
Pole-vaulted 11 feet four times, including at the Virginia AAA Northern Region and state championships to win those titles.

April Sinkler | Brooke Point, Jr.
Sinkler won the long jump, triple jump and high jump to lead the Black-Hawks to the Northwestern Region title. High-jumped an area-best 5-8 to take second in Virginia AAA.

Tasha Stanley | Eleanor Roosevelt, Soph.
Stanley won the Maryland 4A/3A state and East Region titles in the 800 meters. She was the Prince George's runner-up in the 500 meters, clocking a time of 1:13.9.

Marika Walker | Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.
An All-Met and 4A state champion in cross-country, Walker won the 4A/3A indoor title in the 3,200 meters.

Nakeisha Wineglass | Hayfield, Sr.
A three-time All-Met, Wineglass was again the area's top triple jumper, taking the Virginia AAA title with an area-best leap of 39-1.



Honorable Mention
Nakia Allen, Friendly, Sr.; Doris Anyanwu, Eleanor Roosevelt, Fr.; Saniel Atkinson, Bishop McNamara, Fr.; Alexis Booker, Friendly, Sr.; Thelma Breezeatl, Stonewall Jackson, Sr.; Danielle Brock, Westlake, Soph.; Brittany Copeland, Brooke Point, Jr.; Sha'Tia Hart, Courtland, Sr.; Chelsea Hayes, Douglass, Sr.; Kierra Holiday, Largo, Sr.; Takecia Jameson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.; Erin Klein, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Aimee Kodat, Westfield, Sr.; Dominique Lockhart, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Tiffani Long, Long Reach, Sr.; Liz McCarter, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Keely Murphy, Northern, Sr.; Michaeline Nelson, Potomac School, Jr.; Anna Noguchi, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Lindsay Rau, Reservoir, Sr.; Stephany Reaves, Jefferson, Sr.; Meghan Rose, Poolesville, Jr.; Dania Sanford, Fauquier, Jr.; Stefanie Slekis, Forest Park, Sr.; Halsey Sinclair, Blair, Jr.; Nicole Sohn, Northeast, Sr.; Cate Tisinger, Centreville, Jr.



Top Relay Teams
4x200: Eleanor Roosevelt (Doris Anyanwu, Takecia Jameson, Patricia Anyanwu, Tameka Jameson)
4x400: Eleanor Roosevelt (Jacia Montgomery, Patricia Anyanwu, Doris Anyanwu, Takecia Jameson)
4x800: Eleanor Roosevelt (Jennifer Redman, Marika Walker, Tasha Stanley, Tameka Jameson)

Teams chosen by The Washington Post's Sean P. Flynn



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