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Coach of the yearStan

MullinsPotomacAfter more than 50 years in the sport, Mullins retired on top, leading his Wolverines to a 3A state title.

Athlete of the year

DondreEcholsPotomac

Senior110-hurdles

The Gazette’s athlete of the year broke an all-time Maryland record at the state meet and then earned a spot on the World Junior team by winning at the USA Track and Field Juniors.

RonDarbyPotomac

Senior100-metersHeaded to Florida State University next year, Darby took his third state title in the event this year.

First teamDavid

WintersSuitlandSenior

200-metersIn just his first season on the track, Winters won the national title in the event at the New Balance National outdoor championship.

ChampPageHenry A. Wise

Senior400-metersWas the only athlete in the state to break 47 seconds.

Jalen Robinson-McCoy

Charles H. FlowersSenior

800-metersBeat out all county competition at the state meet, finishing in 1:55.89

Rami PhillipsOxon Hill

Junior1,600-meters

Coasted to a four second win at the county meet.

Joshua WilkinsBowie

Sophomore3,200-meters

Took first at the county meet and then dropped his time by nearly 20 seconds to take fifth in the state.

MalcolmSykesCharles H. Flowers

Junior300-hurdles

Took the 4A state title in both hurdling events, finishing the 300 in 38.42.

Chris KingDeMatha

SeniorLong JumpTook the event easily at the WCAC Championships with a bound of 22 feet, 2 1/4 inches.

KennethScott-Kelow

Henry A. WiseJunior

Triple JumpHad the longest leap of any Prince George’s athlete this season, taking second at the state meet with a 44-05 jump.

RobertMercerCrossland

SeniorPole VaultGrabbed a state title and finished with the second highest clearance in Maryland this season.

Keith ShiversHenry A. Wise

SeniorHigh JumpCoasted to a county title after clearing 6-04, four inches higher than the closest competitor.

Quincey SuttonFrederick Douglass

SeniorDiscusCapped off an undefeated season in the event with a 2A state championship to help lead his Eagles to the team title.

Isaac RanaOxon Hill

SeniorShot putHis toss of 52 feet, 1/2 inches was the sixth best in the state all season.

400-relayPotomac

Taivon Young, senior

Dondre Echols, senior

Ron Darby, seniorJoshua Thorne, senior

Was the top American finisher at the Penn Relays and broke the all-time Maryland record at the state meet.

800-relayHenry A. Wise

Antoine Whitaker, senior

Beysean Hamilton, senior

Rasaan Johnson, senior

Champ Page, seniorClad all in gold at the state meet, they set the all-time Maryland record with their time of 1 minute, 26.25 seconds.

1,600-relaySuitland

Brandon Brown, sophomore

Tyrell Deas, junior

Taivon Jacobs, junior

David Winters, senior

Their 3:14.80 at the state meet was good for first as well as the top time in the state all season.

3,200-relayDuVal

Amajoyi Ihionu, senior

Victor Oyegbami, senior

Moutar Kaba, sophomore

Sodiq Amusat, senior

Took home county and state titles this season, the first in “a really long time,” Amusat said.

Second team100: Jasper Savoy, Gwynn Park

200: Taivon Jacobs, Suitland

400: Christian White, Laurel

800: Sodiq Amusat, DuVal

1,600: Shaun Allen, Forestville

3,200: Justin Ahalt, Eleanor Roosevelt

110 hurdles: Kyle Smith, Frederick Douglass

300 hurdles: Uche Oparaku, DuVal

Long Jump: Xavier Bynum, DuVal

Triple Jump: Tyrone James, Oxon Hill

Pole Vault: Jordan Barton, Henry A. Wise

High Jump: John Hightower, Largo

Shot Put: Shane Green, Henry A. Wise

Discus: Dale Johnson, Largo

400 relay: Suitland

800 relay: Laurel1,600 relay: Laurel

3,200 relay: Oxon Hill