Severna Park Boys, Broadneck Girls Place First At Region Meet


During the 4A East region track and field meet on May 18 and May 19, Severna Park and Broadneck proved to be the best. On the boys side, Severna Park placed first out of 11 schools and Broadneck placed third. For the girls, Broadneck claimed first out of 10 schools and Severna Park came in fifth.

Severna Park Boys

The team of Liam Hagerty, Scott Engleman, James Glebocki and Tyler Canaday took first in the boys 3200 relay with a time of 8:11.84, ahead of second-place North County at 8:25.73.

Jack DeBaugh, Tyler Canaday and James Glebocki finished first, second and third in the 800 run.

In the boys 3200 run, Scott Engleman placed third, Liam Hagerty took fourth and Mason Siebenhaar came in fifth place.

The team of Keith Cingel, Michael Singleton, Declan Gentile and Jack DeBaugh finished second behind Old Mill in the boys 800 relay.

Bradon Kiefer was first in pole vault, second in boys long jump and fourth in the triple jump.

The Falcons also had success in the high jump, with John Tyler earning first place and Michael Byerly earning third.

Keith Cingel took third in the boys 100 dash. In the boys 400 dash, Jack DeBaugh took first.

The Falcons had three runners in the top four for the 1600 run. Luke Coffin of Annapolis was first, followed by Severna Park’s Tyler Canaday, Edward Sullivan and James Glebocki.

Broadneck Girls

Mollie Fenn took first in the 3200 run, the 1600 run and the 800 run.

Finishing behind Mollie Fenn in the 3200 run, Emma Kerr finished third and Zoe Barbour took fifth place.

Grace Denius, Addison Booberg, Stephanie Costello and Mollie Fenn finished second in the girls 3200 relay.

Carson Boteler won first place in the pole vault event. Josilyn Magno took second in the triple jump.

In the discus throw, Safiya Stimely and Lily Davis finished first and second, respectively. Casey Gish was second in high jump.

Following Fenn in the 1600 run, Grace Denius placed fifth and Emma Kerr took sixth.

Grace Denius also placed third in the 800 run, which was also won by Mollie Fenn.

Broadneck Boys

The Bruins did especially well in the shot put competition with Ayden Wheless taking first, Daelin Brooks finishing second and Logan Browne finishing fourth.

Gunner Denius was the runner-up for 110 hurdles. Aiden Vanderbilt took third in the boys 400 dash.

Kameron Dove took second in the high jump behind Severna Park’s John Tyler.

The team of Josh Beseris, Collin Fitzgerald, Joseph Jackson and Aiden Vanderbilt finished third in the 1600 relay.

Tromaine Jones was third in the triple jump. In the boys discus throw, Daelin Brooks finished second and Logan Browne took third place.

Severna Park Girls

The team of Rylan McDonald, Kasey Thompson, Kaitlyn Miller and Katie Griffith won the 1600 relay.

In the 3200 run, Cameron Glebocki finished second behind Broadneck’s Mollie Fenn. Katherine Miller placed seventh.

Lexi Ensor finished second in the 1600 run behind Mollie Fenn.

Jillian Zukley was second in the shot put event.

Athletes from Severna Park and Broadneck have advanced to the state championships to be held on May 27 and 28 at Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover.


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