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The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2022 All-Met team for girls’ track and field:
Athlete of the Year
Trinity Franklin, Sr., Bullis
After announcing her presence last outdoor season in shot put and discus, the Michigan signee made it known in 2022 that throwing was her world and everyone else was just living in it. Dating to the winter indoor season, she was 16 for 16 in the two events. In addition to winning local Independent School League and Maryland Private School championships, Franklin also won national shot put competitions at New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York (50 feet 4 inches) and Penn Relays (48-2.5).
Kymia Bridgett, Jr., Jackson Reed
After abandoning the 200 meters to focus on the long jump and triple jump, Bridgett swept both events during the DCIAA and DCSAA championships.
Gillian Bushee, Jr., Herndon
Bushee took first in the 3200 meters (10 minutes 26.36 seconds) at the Virginia Class 6 Championship and second in the 1600 (4:55.82). She also won 6A region D championships in the 800 (2:15.92) and 1600 (4:47.05).
Lena Gooden, Jr., Osbourn Park
Despite being hampered by a hip injury, Gooden won the Virginia Class 6 championship in long jump. She claimed the long jump (19-4.5), 400 (56.11) and 200 (25.22) titles during the Class 6 Region B outdoor championship.
Myla Greene, Jr., Bullis
Greene swept the ISL hurdles in May, winning the 100-meter hurdles (14.15) and 300 hurdles (42.62). At the Maryland Private School championship, she won the 100 hurdles (14.11) and 400 (1:02.43).
Victoria Higgins, Sr., South County
The Ohio State signee won Virginia Class 6 championships in the 200- (24.98) and 400-meter (55.90) races.
Anna Macon Corcoran, Sr., Yorktown
In her final high school season, she won the Virginia Class 6 championship in the 800 meter (2:14.52). At the RunningLane Championships in Alabama, Macon Corcoran took third in the 800 (2:09.10).
Manie Mevo, Jr., Quince Orchard
Mevo won Maryland state championships in the long jump (18-7.25) and triple jump (40-4.75).
Evelyn Rogers, So., Elizabeth Seton
Rogers put the WCAC on notice with second-place finishes in the 1600 (5:05.17) and 3200 (10:58.20) meter races. She placed third in the 800 (2:21.49).
Thais Rolly, Jr., McLean
Rolly won the 1600 meter crown at the Virginia Class 6 championships with a time of 4:54.92. She took second in the 3200 (10:30.65).
Catalina Sanchious, Fr., South County
Sanchious won a Virginia Class 6 title in title in the 100-meter dash (11.86), then placed third in the 200 (25.13). She captured the 100 and 200 crowns during the Occoquan Regionals in 12.11 and 24.80 seconds, respectively.
Leah Stephens, Jr., Good Counsel
With a year to go in her high school career, Stephens has already established herself as one of the best runners in school history. At the WCAC championships, she won the 800 (2:18.56), 1600 (5:02.12) and 3200 meters (10:50.95).
Wisdom Williams, Sr., Alexandria City
The indoor Athlete of the Year won the Virginia Class 6 shot put championship (45-10.75). She finished second in the discus (139-5).
Cymia Yourish, Fr., St. John’s
It’s hard to imagine any athlete getting their high school career off to a better start than Yourish did. The freshman left the WCAC championships with four golds, taking gold in the 400 meters, 300 hurdles, 4x200 relay and 4x400 relay.
Ella Zeigler, Sr., Blake
Ahead of her final season, Zeigler’s goal was to elevate Blake back into state title contention. Her wins in the 800 (2:15.42), 1600 (5:04.31) and 3200 meters (10:59.06) helped Blake to a second-place finish in the Maryland state championships.
Coach of the Year
Chris Brewington, Oakland Mills
Despite having just one individual champion, Brewington showed his coaching prowess as he led the Scorpions to the girls’ Maryland 2A state championship through a balanced attack.
4x100: Payton Payne, Sage Hinton, Mirai Bernard, Sydney Sutton (Bullis): 47.06
4x200: Payton Payne, Sage Hinton, Gabby White, Jade Ofotan (Bullis) 1:36.63
4x400: Mirai Bernard, Myla Greene, Lauren Leath and Sage Hinton (Bullis): 3:40.88
4x800: Lexi Stein, Kenza Elakari, Chloe Miller and Aidan MacGarth (West Springfield) 9:12.05
Nimrit Ahuja, Sr., Howard
Ogechukwu Amah, Sr., McKinley Tech
Oba Aofolaju, Jr., Oakland Mills
Keira Beaumont, Fr., Hayfield
Chayce Bryson, So., St. John’s
Janasia Buckner, Sr., River Hill
Brooke Cochran, So., Blake
Gabby Cope, So., Northern Calvert
Julia Dial, Jr., Edison
Gracie Emerick, Jr., Damascus
Mollie Fenn, Sr., Broadneck
Grace Finnegan, So., Richard Montgomery
Meredith Gotzman, Jr., St. John’s
Ariana Guerrero, Jr., Dunbar
Akira Hamilton, Sr., Alexandria City
Takiya Henson, Jr., St. John’s
Sage Hinton, Jr., Bullis
Genesis Jackson, Sr., South County
Viktorie Klepetkova, Jr., Yorktown
Nadia Lytle, Fr., School Without Walls
Aminah Martin, Sr., St. John’s
Frankie Moore, So., Oakland Mills
Aliya Murray, Jr., Oakland Mills
Payton Payne, Fr., Bullis
Liv Ragonese, Sr., Centennial
Chayse Raymond, Jr., Bishop O’Connell
Viviana Rodriguez, So., Osbourn Park
Saniya Simmons, Sr., Wise
Ruth Smith, Jr., Howard
Katherine Strong, Sr., Stone Ridge
Joy Taiwo, Jr., Battlefield
Sanaa Virgil, Jr., Elizabeth Seton
Molly Weithman, So., Bishop O’Connell
Chelsea Whitehurst, Jr., Friendly
Irene Williams, Sr., Thomas Jefferson