Performer Of the Year
Three-time All-Extra selection captured 3A East region titles in pole vault and 300-meter hurdles. Finished second at the Maryland 3A state meet in pole vault.
Ran opening leg for Panthers' 4x400 relay team that went undefeated in SMAC for two seasons.
Totaled 172 career points for Patuxent, guiding team to 10-1 regular season record this year.
Will attend Virginia State on partial football scholarship.
Coach Of the Year
Westlake, First Year
Guided Westlake to third straight SMAC championship and its second consecutive 3A South region title.
Continued Wolverines' undefeated streak in conference to three years (33-0) with perfect 11-0 finish this season.
Named honorable mention All-Met and selected All-Extra twice during his Cougars career. Set state record in discus with toss of 192-9 at River Hill High School Invitational. Won SMAC and 3A South region titles in discus and was SMAC runner-up in shot put.
Went unbeaten in regular season in high jump, becoming first in metro area to clear 6-8 and winning 3A East region title. Tied for second at Maryland 3A state meet in high jump at 6-6. Qualified for states as member of Panthers' 4x400 relay team, which went undefeated past two seasons. Named honorable mention All-Met.
Won 3A East region crown in 800 at 2:01.6 and was runner-up in 1,600 at 4:39.8. Finished second in SMAC in both events and as member of Cavaliers' 4x800 relay team.
Broke 17-year-old meet record in 200 at 21.5 and won 100 in 10.8 at SMAC. Won gold medal at Maryland 3A state meet as member of Wolverines' 4x200 relay team. Named honorable mention All-Met.
Cleared personal-best 13-3 to win pole vault title at 3A South region meet. Won SMAC championship in that event. Named honorable mention All-Met.
Recovered from late-season injury to take second place in 3A South region in 100 and 200, setting school records -- 10.7 in 100 and 21.3 in 200. Won gold medal at Maryland 3A state meet as member of Wolverines' 4x200 relay team.
Hampered by knee injury that kept him out of regular season action until mid-April. Took first at SMAC in 800, 1,600 and 3,200 and was 3A South region champion in mile and two-mile. Placed fourth at Maryland 3A state meet in 3,200. Named honorable mention All-Met. Named to All-Extra team three times.
Qualified for state meet in long jump at 19-10. Broke Northern's 14-year-old shot put and discus records en route to 3A East region titles in both events. Is two-time defending Maryland 3A state champion in shot put. Named honorable mention All-Met. Named to All-Extra team twice.
Soared personal-best 6-10 to win 3A South region and Maryland 3A state high jump titles. Fell just short on attempt to break state record of 7 feet. Won SMAC title at 6-6.
Claimed 2A South region title in 200-meter dash at 21.9. Qualified for states in 100 as well, with third-place regional finish. Finished second in SMAC in 100 (10.9) and 200 (21.8).
Earned SMAC and 3A South region crowns in 110 hurdles. Qualified for states as member of Westlake's 4x400 relay team.
Maryland 3A state champion in long jump (21-7A) is also 3A East region champion in that event. Finished third in region in triple jump. Qualified for states as member of Panthers' 4x400 relay team.
D'Ron Baldwin, Westlake; Richard Benjamin, McDonough; Dexter Contee, Calvert; William Christian, Great Mills; Jose Dory, Westlake; Adrian Hill, Chopticon; Jason Moore, Thomas Stone; Brandon Muschette, La Plata; Ron Perry, Westlake; John Rolle, Westlake; Sean Soni, Thomas Stone; Mike Waters, La Plata; Marcus Whalen, Thomas Stone; Jason Wilkins, Westlake; Sam Williams, McDonough.
CAPTION: The 1999 All-Extra boys track and field team. Standing, from left to right: Chris Parsons, David Forman, Tim Bilmanis, Cross Thompson, Carlos Hunt, Recardo Evans and Gonzie Gray. Kneeling, from left to right: Chris Schraf, GW Chew and Coach Ryan Gick. Sitting, left to right: Randy Belt, Alton West, Malcolm Reynolds and Terrence Brown.