Records in danger: MoCo athletes are right on the cusp of breaking several meet records.
Boys 500m - Richard Montgomery's Seydi Sall is back after an injury-plagued sophomore year. He dominated the 500m at the Montgomery Invitational with a new personal best of 1:05.03. If he can repeat that, he will break the meet record of 1:05.09.
Boys 1600m - Northwood pair Eldad Mulugeta and Obsaa Feda are running phenomenally well after both went under 9:20 in the 3200m at the Montgomery Invitational. The 1600m record of 4:20.09 is in jeopardy if they want it. Mocorunning was told that they will only run the 1600 at the county meet while the two-time defending indoor county champion, Garrett Suhr, is working through an injury.
Boys 4x200 - Paint Branch has already run 1:31.16 this season. The record of 1:31.74 (1:31.5h) is in jeopardy if they stack their team.
Boys Triple Jump - The record of 45-09.00 is toast if Northwest's Clarence Foote-Talley has just an average day. The outdoor state record holder has jumped 48 feet in three meets this season.
Girls 500m - The meet record of 1:16.26 is within reach for Gaithersburg's Michelle Kamara, Damascus's Melissa Kameka, and Blake's Serena Harrison in what could be the race of the day.
Girls 55m Hurdles - Paint Branch's Kaya Rae Dunbar recorded a time of 8.09 at the Southern Maryland Invitational which is close to the meet record of 8.02.
Girls 4x200 - Blake High School (1:43.36) is ahead of where they were this time last year when they set the 4x200 meet record at 1:42.33. The 4x4 record (4:00.58) could also be within reach.
Girls High Jump / Triple Jump - Northwest's Taylor Wright has already jumped 6-feet in the high jump and 39-03 in the triple jump this season. The All-American jumped 41-07.75 outdoors last year. The indoor county records of 5-08.50 and 39-05.75 are in jeopardy.