2022 Spring All-Met: First Men’s Track and Field Team and Honorable Mention

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The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2022 All-Met Team for Men’s Outdoor Athletics:

Judson Lincoln IV, Sr., Oakland Mills

The Virginia Tech signee cleaned up Maryland, winning state championships in the 100 meters (10.46 seconds), 200 (20.90) and 400 (47.42). He was also a member of the victorious 4×200 relay. Lincoln won 21 of the 22 individual finals he entered throughout the year; he came second in the 400m at the Brooks PR Invitational in Seattle.

Colin Abrams, Father, Magruder

The freshman announced his presence early and often as he won Montgomery County and regional titles in the 400 and 800 meters. In the United States, Abrams was fourth in the 400m (50.11 seconds) and third in the 800m (1 minute 54:11 seconds).

Tyler Baruch, Sr., Howard

At the 3A Championships, he won the long jump (23-foot-11) and the triple jump (44-11). Baruch also finished fourth in the high jump.

Xavier Carmichael, Sr., Hayfield

The Post’s Indoor Track Athlete of the Year concluded his high school career with a Class 6 title in the 100 meters (10.54 seconds). He finished second in the state competition in the 200m (21.45) and long jump (6-6) and third in the high jump.

Drew Dillard, So., Carroll

After Dillard won the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference triple jump crown – high jump (6-8), long jump (23-3.25) and triple jump (47-2.75) – the sky is the limit. The second also won the 110 meter hurdles at the Olympic Trojan Invitational in Charlotte (14.96) and the 300 hurdles at the Mullins Russell Invitational in DC (40.53).

Austin Gallant, father, battlefield

Gallant won Class 6 titles in the 400 meters (47.26), discus (169-5) and 4×400 relay. He also took third place in the shot put (53-10) at the national meet.

Nyckoles Harbour, Jr., Archbishop Carroll

Harbor caught the eye when he ran a 100-meter sprint in 10.28 seconds at the Mt. SAC Relays in California in April. He then followed up with the WCAC titles in the 100 (10.69) and 200 (21.17) as well as the 4×200 relay. Harbor has only tasted defeat once this season – a narrow loss in the 4×100 at the WCAC Championship.

Aidan McDuffie, father, Bullis

After a series of injuries to start his high school career, McDuffie concluded his senior year with the Interstate Conference Championships in Athletics in the 100 (10.61) and 200 meters (21.17). The eldest played a major role in Bullis’ 4×400 relay finishing in the program’s best second place finish at Penn Relays.

Jahari Miller, father, Jackson Reed

Miller dominated the DC sprint scene, winning the DC Interscholastic Athletic Association titles in the 100 (11.07) and 200 meters (21.89) and the DC State Athletic Association championships in the 100 (11.05) and 400 meters (49.44) .

John O’Donnell, Sr., West Springfield

O’Donnell won the Class 6 800 meter title by 2½ seconds. The senior went undefeated in the 800 and 1,600 meters this spring. He also ran the anchor leg of the nationally recognized Spartans 4×800 relay.

Sage Phillips, Sr., DeMatha

The eldest won the WCAC championship in the 400 meters (48.20) and 300 hurdles (38.24).

Adam Szatanek, Sr., Huntingtown

Szatanek’s personal best (54-3.5) propelled him to a state championship in the shot put. He was one inch away from winning the disc title as well (153-10).

Joshua Thompson, Sr., St. John’s

In the DCSAA Championship meet, the Stanford football signee won the 110 meter hurdles (15.12), 300 hurdles (39.85) and long jump (22-6).

Nnamdi Udeogu, Jr., preparation for Georgetown

He won the IAC championship in discus (152-3) and shot put (46-0.75). He also won a Maryland Private Schools championship in discus (150-9) and finished third there in the shot put (48-4.5).

Ryan Watson, father, judge

At the National District Track and Field Championships, he won the 800 (1:57.93) and 1,600 meters (4:31.27). He also won the 3,200 Occoquan Regional title with a personal best 9:19.34.

Wellington “Buddy” Crutchfield, DeMatha

Despite significant turnover in the coaching staff at Crutchfield, business was business as usual for the Stags, who won their third consecutive WCAC title.

4×100: Trevin McHargh, Judson Lincoln IV, Kanye Holland, Shane King (Oakland Mills) 41.29

4×200: Trevin McHargh, Judson Lincoln IV, Kanye Holland, Shane King (Oakland Mills) 1:25.45

4×400: Luke Schroeder, Aidan McDuffie, Myles Pendarvis, Oliver Bridges (Bullis) 3:11.90

4×800: Kyle LaJoye, Nasir Banks, Sean Cochran, John O’Donnell (West Springfield) 7:42.37

Ethan Aidam, Jr., Oakland Mills

Quinn Ashbrook, Jr., Brentsville

Pierre Attiogbe, Jr., St. Albans

Aiden Beall, father, battlefield

Ethan Bryant, father, Edison

Jalen Booth-Mitchell, Sr., Reservoir

Tyler Canaday, Sr., Severna Park

Timothy Cherry, Sr. Glenelg

Luke Coffin, Sr., Annapolis

Kevin Collins, Sr., North Point

Jack DeBaugh, Sr., Severna Park

Malcolm Douglas, Jr., School Without Walls

Dawson Grogan, Sr., DeMatha

Logan Harris, father, Gonzaga

Aki Harvey, Sr., Oakland Mills

Kanye Holland, Sr., Oakland Mills

Xavier Jemison, Sr., McLean

Robbie Jenkins, father, Madison

Brandon Kiefer, Sr., Severna Park

Micah Lachman, Sr., Friends of Sidwell

Owen McArdle, Sr., Yorktown

Carlos Moore, Sr., St. John’s

Daniel Olorunyemi, Jr., CH Flowers

Jalen Riley, So., CH Flowers

Austin Rios-Colon, Sr., St. John’s

Tyrel Robinson, So., Garfield

Andre Samuel, Sr., McKinley Tech

Alonzo Sims, Sr., Riverdale Baptist

Antonio Sims, Sr., Riverdale Baptist

David Warmington, Sr., Carroll

Ayden Wheless, father, Broadneck

Evans White, Sr., South County

Lamar Wilson, Sr., Northwood

Kelvin Winston, Father, Gonzaga

Daniel Young, Sr., Loudoun County

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