Education, Sports

BCPS celebrates its 2022-2023 winter athletics state champions

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TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools officials are celebrating their high school athletic teams recognized at the state level during the 2022-2023 winter season.

The following student athletes and teams were honored:

State Champions

Allied Bocce – Dulaney High School
Coach Anita Shaw

Allied Bocce – Franklin High School
Coaches Anthony Burgos and Maria Powers

Allied Bocce – Loch Raven High School
Coach Rob Persing

Boys Basketball Class 2A – New Town High School
Coach Derek Wise

Boys Basketball Class 4A – Parkville High School
Coach Josh Czerski

Boys Indoor Track Class 2A: 4x200m Relay – Amir Wright, Denver Shields, Antione Berry, and Landen Perry – New Town High School
Coach Jordan Davis

Boys Indoor Track Class 3A: 55m – Daysen Shell – Milford Mill Academy
Coach Sharon Johnson

Boys Indoor Track Class 3A: High Jump – Myles Taylor – Franklin High School
Coach Joe Vales

Boys Indoor Track Class 4A: 800m – Tyler Dailey – Dulaney High School
Coach Emily Kachik

Boys Indoor Track Class 4A: 1600m – Tyler Dailey – Dulaney High School
Coach Emily Kachik

Co-ed Wrestling Class 2A/1A: 126 pounds – Owen Bell – Hereford High School
Coach Josh Asper

Co-ed Wrestling Class 2A/1A: 152 pounds – Amondre Wooden – Owings Mills High School
Coach Ryan Mackin

Girls Basketball Class 1A – Pikesville High School
Coach Michael Dukes

Girls Indoor Track Class 2A: 1600m – Temi Ariyo – Overlea High School
Coach Jeremy White

Girls Indoor Track Class 2A: 3200m – Temi Ariyo – Overlea High School
Coach Jeremy White

Girls Indoor Track Class 3A: 300m – Nkiyah Williams – Woodlawn High School
Coach Joey Young

Girls Wrestling: 170 pounds- Ugochi Anunobi – Randallstown High School
Coach Earnest Davison

“As we celebrate the accomplishments of our dedicated winter season student athletes, I’d like to thank their coaches, athletic trainers, physical education teachers, and families for their support,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams. “I had the opportunity to support some of our championship-winning teams from the stands, and it was a joy to watch our hardworking student athletes’ goals come to fruition.”

“Congratulations to all of our champions, and a special thanks to their coaches and families for their commitment and support,” said Michael Sye, BCPS coordinator of athletics. “It’s great to see so many BCPS students enjoy success in interscholastic athletics. These programs provide a unique opportunity for students to develop various skills that will help them improve not only as athletes but also as students and young professionals.”

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