Boys Athlete of the Week: Julian Woods, Century, indoor track

Perry HallRandallstownPikesville

The senior standout led the Century boys to their fourth straight Carroll County indoor track championship last Wednesday, winning three individual events and contributing to a victorious relay team. For a second straight year, Woods scored 40 points, winning the 55-meter dash (6.76), 55 hurdles (7.71), 300 dash (36.44), as well as running a leg on the victorious 800 relay in a time of 1 minute, 34.8 seconds. Century won the championship at Hagerstown Community College, defeating runner-up Liberty by a 177-78 margin. Last year, Woods won his second straight Class 2A state title in the 55 hurdles in the outdoor season to earn All-Metro first-team honors. He was an All-Metro second-team choice in the indoor season as a junior.

Others considered: Vince Ciattei, Perry Hall, indoor track; Daxter Miles, Dunbar, basketball; Dereck Oliver, Patterson, basketball; Maury Sall, Pikesville, indoor track; Mike Swiger, Hereford, wrestling; Ahmaad Wilson, Randallstown, basketball

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