Boys Performer of the Year

Rico Lloyd

Potomac, Jr.

Won four events (100, 200, triple jump and long jump) at district championships, setting three district records.

Anchored winning 4x100 relay team at Penn Relays in April.

Set 200-meter record (21.3) at William and Mary Invitational.

Girls Performer of the Year

Sheena Johnson

Gar-Field, Jr.

All-Met Athlete of the Year.

Won the 400-meter hurdles for the second straight year at Penn Relays.

Set two meet records at Allen Johnson Invitational in 100 hurdles (14.12 seconds) and 300 hurdles (42.79).

Boys Coach of the Year

J.C. Hall

Brooke Point

Led Stafford school to its first Common-wealth District outdoor track title.

Boys team finished fourth at T.C. Williams Invitational.

Guided girls team to second straight district title.

Girls Coach of the Year

Jeff Custer

Gar-Field

Led Indians to eighth straight district title despite absence of All-Met Sheena Johnson.

Guided girls team to second-place finish at T.C. Williams Invitational.

Boys First Team

Name

School

Year

Data

Philip Agee

Brooke Point

Senior

Captured the Commonwealth District title with a vault of 13-6. Best vault of the season was 14-2 at Stafford Relays. Will attend William and Mary.

Carl Banks

Stafford

Junior

Placed second in discus and fourth in shot put at Commonwealth District championships. Threw personal-record 159-4 in discus this spring, the third-best qualifying mark in the state this year.

Byron Dunham

Brooke Point

Junior

The talented sprinter won the 100 (10.94) and 200 (district-record 21.84) to help the Black-Hawks win Commonwealth District title. Placed second in 200 at T.C. Williams Invitational.

Chris Feist

Hylton

Senior

With no one pushing him, he broke Cardinal District record in 3,200 (9:41.30) at district meet. One of the top distance runners in the Washington area, he placed third at T.C. Williams Invitational in 3,200 (9:24.02).

Donny Fowler

Woodbridge

Senior

Won the 1,600 at the district championships. Has top times in Prince William area in the 1,600 (4:24.8) and 800 (1:57.25). Helped Vikings place third at districts. Will attend Duke.

Michael Newell

Potomac

Senior

Eight-time All-Met who was undefeated in the 100 until teammate Lloyd beat him at district championships. Captured first place at the T.C. Williams Invitational in the 100. Will attend Wallace State (Ala.) next fall.

Boyd Ouden

Hylton

Senior

Has fastest time in the 110 hurdles in the Washington area (13.6 seconds, hand-timed). Won 110 hurdles (14.5) and 300 hurdles (meet record 37.7) at district championships. Will attend the University of Richmond.

Girls First Team

Name

School

Year

Data

Colleen Connell

Brooke Point

Sophomore

Was the Commonwealth District champion in the 1,600 and 3,200. Has the top times in the Prince William area in those two events (1,600, 5:11.7; 3,200, 11:33.4).

Terri Davenport

Hylton

Sophomore

Won the 100, 200 and ran a leg of the 4x400 relay at the Cardinal District championships.

Dionne Evans

Gar-Field

Sophomore

The All-Met cross-country runner has continued to excel through the outdoor season, giving the Indians quality points in the distance events. Won the 800 (2:22.30) and the 1,600 (5:18.00) at the district championships.

Samantha Hall

Stafford

Senior

The All-Met shot put and discus thrower is undefeated in the discus this spring, including wins at the T.C. Williams Invitational and the Commonwealth District championships. She also captured the shot put title at districts.

Alana Meek

Potomac

Senior

Set a Cardinal District record in the shot put at 38-7. Placed third in the event at the T.C. Williams Invitational with a throw of 36-4.

Keosha Sanders

Brooke Point

Sophomore

Won the 100, 200 and 100-meter hurdles at the Commonwealth District championships, helping team to the district title. Placed third in the 100 hurdles at T.C. Williams Invitational in 14.53 seconds.

Kira Sims

Gar-Field

Junior

Versatile athlete won the pole vault at Allen Johnson Invitational, T.C. Williams Invitational and the Cardinal District championships.

Boys Honorable Mention

Phil Acosta, Potomac; David Aleman, Brentsville; David Bowes, Gar-Field; Eric Braxton, Brooke Point; Jeff Foy, Potomac; Jason Fludd, Brooke Point; Ryan Hicks, Brentsville; Jermaine Kendall, Brooke Point; Jason Lewis, Potomac; Scott Lingo, North Stafford; Cedric Ollison, Brentsville; Tim Ramsey, Hylton; Jason Ross, Brooke Point; Corey Stephens, Gar-Field; Frank Tolen, Stonewall Jackson.

Girls Honorable Mention

Shalonda Bowles, Brooke Point; Jackie Bush, Stonewall Jackson; Mimi Couns, Brooke Point; Callie Cribley, Brentsville; Andrea Etheridge, Potomac; Takeitha Jordan, Gar-Field; Tamika Lockhart, Gar-Field; Jennifer Mallory, North Stafford; Rachel McIntosh, Brooke Point; Anna Ollison, Brentsville; Courage Otaigbe, Hylton; Richelle Plotz, Hylton; Maurika Quarles, Osbourn Park.

CAPTION: With the Potomac River in the background, members of the All-Extra boys track team are, front row, from left, Boyd Ouden, Hylton; Donny Fowler, Woodbridge; Carl Banks, Stafford; and Philip Agee, Brooke Point; back row, from left, Rico Lloyd, Potomac; Chris Feist, Hylton; Coach J.C. Hall, Brooke Point; Byron Dunham, Brooke Point; and Michael Newell, Potomac.

CAPTION: Members of the All-Extra girls track team, kneeling, from left, Kira Sims, Gar-Field; Samantha Hall, Stafford; and Terri Davenport, Hylton; standing, from left, Dionne Evans, Gar-Field; Keosha Sanders, Brooke Point; Sheena Johnson, Gar-Field; Coach Jeff Custer, Gar-Field; and Colleen Connell, Brooke Point. Not pictured: Alana Meek, Potomac.