Class 2A West, Day 2

The Oakdale boys continued their streak of dominating postseason performances by capturing the title with an impressive 195 points to defeat runner up Century (135).

Walkersville was sixth and Middletown was seventh.

In the girls meet, Oakdale was the top Frederick County finisher (third) behind champion South Carroll. Walkersville was sixth and Middletown was seventh.

State Qualifiers


400 — Ronald Robinson (regional champion), Oakdale, 49.8; Evan Schaefer, Oakdale.

800 — Kyle Lund (regional champion), Oakdale, 1:55.90; Lee Goodson, Oakdale; Collin Dempsey, Oakdale.

1,600 — Lund, Oakdale; Dempsey, Oakdale.

300 hurdles — Justin Lynch, Middletown; Joshua Klinedinst, Oakdale.

4x100 — Oakdale (Simeon Sabvute, Klinedinst, Lamont Kennedy, Isaiah Watkins).

4x400 — Walkersville (Bleyther Gomez, Owen Welty, Evan Pinetti, Austin Rowland).

Triple jump — Jonah Childress (regional champion), Oakdale, 41-8 1/4; Mason Doody, Middletown.

Discus — Tyree Jones (regional champion), Oakdale, 135-0; Luis Smith, Oakdale.


100 — Kayla Dalhouse, Middletown; Kasi Ogwulu, Walkersville; Kenna Fox, Oakdale.

200 — Ogwulu, Walkersville; Dalhouse, Middletown; Regine Jones, Walkersville.

800 — Emily Baba, Oakdale; Lauren Leatherman, Middletown.

1,600 — Baba (regional champion), Oakdale, 5:18.74.

4x100 — Walkersville (regional champion; Ogwulu, Jones, Joanna Saimbre, Ayanna Hill), 48.79.

4x400 — Middletown (Dalhouse, Sophia Frizzell, Keren McRea, Leatherman).

High jump — Leatherman, Middletown.

Long jump — Saimbre, Walkersville; Anna Wilson, Oakdale.

Shot put — Emily McGraw, Oakdale.

Pole vault — Allie Watt (regional champion), Middletown, 10-4.


FCC plays for JuCo series berth

Frederick Community College forced a third and deciding game in the best-of-three NJCAA Division II district play-in championship series with Lackawanna, defeating the Falcons in the second game of the series 19-5.

The Cougars (36-14) were shut out in the first game on Friday, 7-0.

FCC and Lackawanna play a winner-take-all game at noon Saturday. The winner advances to the NJCAA Division II World Series at Enid, Oklahoma, beginning May 25.

A grand slam by Jacob Berry in the third inning for the Cougars was his fifth homer of the year and one of two against the Falcons in Friday’s second game.

Jacob Wetzel hit his sixth home run of the year, a solo shot, in the first. Priamo Lozada had his 10th homer for FCC.

Max Proctor (1-1) got the win in relief.

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