Clarksburg Boys Take Class 4A State Indoor Track Title

Seniors Paul Joseph and William Bertrand led the Clarksburg High School boys indoor track team to their first-ever MPSSAA Class 4A state championship at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover on Tuesday. Joseph won the 300-meter dash and finished third in both the 55-meter hurdles and the 55-meter dash, while Bertrand had three second-place finishes in the 800, 1600 and 3200-meter runs.

Northwest finished second in the team standings, with senior Joshua McDonald winning the 500-meter run.

Individual highlights:

Class 4A Boys 55-Meter Hurdles

  1. Kevin Random, Meade – 7.71
  2. Devon Hairston, Kennedy – 7.79
  3. Paul Joseph, Clarksburg – 7.84

Class 4A Boys 55-Meter Dash

  1. Denzel Hill, North Point – 6.54
  2. Joel Thomas, Wise – 6.55
  3. Paul Joseph, Clarksburg – 6.59

Class 4A Boys 300-Meter Dash

  1. Paul Joseph, Clarksburg – 35.29
  2. Jalen Walker, Northwest – 35.75
  3. Joshua McDonald, Northwest – 36.25

Class 4A Boys 500-Meter Run

  1. Joshua McDonald, Northwest – 1:07.50
  2. William Parker, Broadneck – 1:07.60
  3. Dahri Jahn-Richardson, Northwest – 1:07.87
  4. Travis Holland, Clarksburg – 1:08.09
  5. Darius Oxley, Blake – 1:08.84

Class 4A Boys 800-Meter Run

  1. Sam Pershall, Severna Park – 1:57.98
  2. William Bertrand, Clarksburg – 1:59.99
  3. Oliver Lloyd, Paint Branch – 2:00.71

Class 4A Boys 1600-Meter Run

  1. Vincent Ciattei, Perry Hall – 4:14.61 (state record)
  2. William Bertrand, Clarksburg – 4:22.91
  3. Joshua Wilkins, Bowie – 4:25.14

Class 4A Boys 3200-Meter Run

  1. Vincent Ciattei, Perry Hall – 9:30.28
  2. William Bertrand, Clarksburg – 9:33.06
  3. Ryan Forsyth, Severna Park, 9:40.31

					
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