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Divisional Analysis Week 4
By: Kevin Milsted
webmaster@mocorunning.com
2012-04-16


MoCo Girls Outdoor Track Divisions

Wootton

4-0

B-CC

3-1

Walter Johnson

2-1

Churchill

1-2

Whitman

1-2

Gaithersburg

0-4

Northwest

3-0

Clarksburg

5-1

Quince Orchard

3-2

Poolesville

2-2

Damascus

1-3

Watkins Mill

1-3

Seneca Valley

0-4

R. Montgomery

4-0

Sherwood

2-1

Paint Branch

2-1

Blake

1-1

Magruder

1-4

Springbrook

0-3

Blair

2-0

Kennedy

3-1

Einstein

2-1

Northwood

2-1

Rockville

1-2

Wheaton

0-5

MoCo Boys Outdoor Track Divisions

Gaithersburg

5-0

Walter Johnson

2-1

Wootton

2-2

Churchill

1-2

B-CC

1-3

Whitman

0-3

Clarksburg

6-0

Quince Orchard

4-1

Watkins Mill

2-2

Northwest

1-2

Seneca Valley

1-3

Poolesville

1-3

Damascus

0-4

R. Montgomery

4-0

Paint Branch

2-1

Magruder

3-2

Sherwood

1-2

Blake

0-2

Springbrook

0-3

Einstein

3-0

Kennedy

3-1

Rockville

2-1

Blair

1-1

Wheaton

1-4

Northwood

0-3


Boys Picks
Watkins Mill over Damascus
Northwest over Watkins Mill
Northwest over Damascus
Kennedy over Rockville
Wootton over B-CC
Walter Johnson over Churchill
Walter Johnson over Whitman
Churchill over Whitman
Quince Orchard over Poolesville
Quince Orchard over Seneca Valley
Seneca Valley over Poolesville
Richard Montgomery over Springbrook
Paint Branch over Sherwood
Paint Branch over Blake
Sherwood over Blake
Einstein over Blair
Blair over Northwood
Einstein over Northwood
Girls Picks
Damascus over Watkins Mill
Northwest over Watkins Mill
Northwest over Damascus
Kennedy over Rockville
Wootton over B-CC
Walter Johnson over Churchill
Walter Johnson over Whitman
Churchill over Whitman
Quince Orchard over Poolesville
Quince Orchard over Seneca Valley
Poolesville over Seneca Valley
Richard Montgomery over Springbrook
Sherwood over Paint Branch
Paint Branch over Blake
Sherwood over Blake
Blair over Einstein
Blair over Northwood
Northwood over Einstein

Let's all take a moment to exhale after last week's action. Every boys division title was on the line last week and in every division, the meet came down to the final event. In addition to the high stakes meets on Wednesday, Wootton and Churchill's Friday night rivalry meet called "Friday Night Spikes" turned out to be a great success with great spectator attendance and atmosphere.

Division I

Gaithersburg claimed the Division I boys title with a five point win over Walter Johnson. The two teams were tied entering the 4x400.

This week the Wootton girls can stake their claim to the girls' title against B-CC. The Wootton girls have defeated their opponents by an average of 58.5 points this season.

Division II

Quince Orchard's boys were up on Clarksburg by one point entering the 4x400 last week, but QO's third leg tripped and fell. Northwest won the 4x400 while Clarksburg finished second ahead of QO to beat both teams and claim the division title.

The Northwest girls came out on top of Clarksburg and QO and now need to defeat Damascus and Watkins Mill this week and Seneca Valley next week to claim the division title.

Division III

The meet between the Richard Montgomery and Magruder boys came down to the wire. Richard Montgomery was up on Magruder by one point entering the 4x400 without top quarter miler David Hamilton, but RM pulled out the win.

RM could be the only school to win a boys and girls division title if it wins over Springbrook this week.

Division IV

The Kennedy boys pulled ahead of Einstein with a win in the 4x400, but the outcome would not be determined until the discus was contested two days later at a different location. Einstein took first and third in the discus to defeat Kennedy.

The Einstein boys need to defeat Blair and Northwood this week to claim the division title.

The simple scenario in Division IV is for the undefeated Blair girls to claim the division title, but Northwood will be a tough matchup for the Blair girls. Although Northwood lost to Kennedy, a Northwood victory over Blair could force a three-way tie scenario with Kennedy.





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