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2020 Winter All-Met: Girls’ indoor track first team, relays, honorable mention

Georgetown Day's Ziyah Holman is the girls' track Athlete of the Year. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)
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The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s Winter 2020 All-Met team for girls’ indoor track:

Athlete of the Year

Ziyah Holman, Sr., Georgetown Day

The Michigan commit ended her high school career on a high note. Holman won the 300-meter dash, 500-meter run and 4x800 relay at the D.C. State Athletic Association championship. Holman has the best 300 (38.85) and 500 (1:14.05) among girls in the area.

First team

Madison Depry, Sr., Wheaton

Depry had first-place finishes in the high jump (5-4) and the 55-meter dash (7.19) at the Maryland 4A meet.

Kaya-Rae Dunbar, Sr., Paint Branch

She ran the third fastest 55-meter dash and 60-meter hurdles in Maryland.

Trinity Franklin, So., Bullis

At the Marine Corps Holiday Classic, Franklin threw the top shot put distance in the area (40-5.75).

Caia Gelli, Jr., Richard Montgomery

At the Maryland 4A meet, Gelli ran the second-fastest 300-meter time (38.89) in meet history.

Ava Gordon, So., Loudoun Valley

Gordon recorded the best mile and two-mile times in Virginia at the VA Showcase.

Meredith Gotzman, Fr., St. John’s

After a strong cross-country season, the freshman ran the best 1,000 meters (3:10.10) and 3,200 meters (11:24.93) in D.C.

Bethany Graham, Sr., Champe

Graham won the 1,600 meters (4:59.71) and 3,200 meters (10:45.49) at the Virginia Class 6 meet.

Jordyn Johnson, Sr., Archbishop Carroll

She dominated in the triple jump, earning first-place finishes at the DCSAA championship, Last Track to Philly and New Balance Games.

Fajr Kelly, Jr., Theodore Roosevelt

Kelly finished second in the 500-meter dash (40.08) and helped the 4x200 relay team claim first place at the DCSAA meet.

Bronwyn Patterson, Jr., South River

Patterson scored victories in the 800 and 1,600 meters at the Maryland 4A meet.

Victoria Perrow, Jr., Bullis

The transfer from Archbishop Carroll recorded a personal best in the 55 meters (6.96) and the 60 (7.50).

Leah Phillips, Sr., Bullis

Phillips, the 2019 outdoor track Athlete of the Year, continues to prove she’s one of the top runners in the country. The LSU commit had the best 55-meter hurdle time (7.72) and third-best 200 (23.68) in the nation.

Hannah Waller, Sr., South Lakes

Last year’s indoor track Athlete of the Year won the 55-meter dash (6.95) at the Virginia Class 6 meet.

Coach of the Year

Scott Raczko, South Lakes

Raczko led South Lakes to a second-place finish in the Virginia Class 6 meet. The Seahawks had one of the top 4x200, 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams in the nation. The 4x200 team had a strong showing in the Millrose Games, posting the country’s second-best time.


4x200: Leah Phillips, Sr.; Ashley Wallace, Sr.; Mirai Bernard, Fr.; Victoria Perrow, Jr. (Bullis): 1:37.19

4x400: Leah Phillips, Sr.; Shaniya Hall, Sr.; Mirai Bernard, Jr.; Sage Hinton, Fr. (Bullis): 3:44.15

4x800: Katie Orchard, Sr.; Anna Bock, Jr.; Amy Herrema, Sr.; Rachel Mayberry, Sr. (West Springfield): 9:23.91

Honorable mention

Sarah Adams, Sr., Severna Park

Diamond Alexander, Sr., Richard Montgomery

K.C. Ashiogwu, Sr., Gaithersburg

Alli Boehm, Sr., Episcopal

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Mya Bradley, Sr., Bishop McNamara

DeMya Campbell, Jr., Dunbar

Ciara Campbell, Sr., Sidwell Friends

Safarya Cheadle, Sr., Eleanor Roosevelt

Juliane Cherry, Jr., Archbishop Carroll

Nyia Cummings, Sr., Stephen’s/St. Agnes

Ronke Fashina, Jr., St. John’s

Jenna Goldberg, Sr., Walter Johnson

Lili Grant, So., Georgetown Visitation

Mary Gregory, Sr., South Lakes

Ariana Guerrero, Fr., Archbishop Carroll

Kyra Holland, Sr., Loudoun Valley

Jillian Howard, So., South Lakes

Erin Irlan, So., Paul VI

Sea’aira James, Jr., Theodore Roosevelt

Anna Janke, Sr., Broadneck

Lauren Jones, Sr., South County

Dianna Koger, Jr., Bowie

Nia Long, So., Archbishop Carroll

Hannah Mack, Jr., Northern

Anna Macon Corcoran, So., Yorktown

Sierrah Matthews, Jr., Mount Hebron

Ahmya McKeithan, Sr., McKinley Tech

Jordan Mozie, Jr., Wise

Juviannadean Mullings, Jr., South Lakes

Amiyah Murray, Jr., Dunbar

Ava Nicely, Sr., Wilson

Oakley Olson, Jr., Northern

Tiffani Rae Pittman, Jr., Bullis

Adaobi Tabugbo, Sr., Reservoir

Charlotte Turesson, Jr., Richard Montgomery

Javon Watts, Sr., C.H. Flowers

Wisdom Williams, So., T.C. Williams

Ariana Wright, Jr., Bullis

— Text by Ryan McFadden