2021 - 2022 All-Americans
4 National Champions
55 All-American Medals from AAU Indoor Nationals, AAU Junior Olympics, AAU Club Championships, USATF Junior Olympics and New Balance Outdoor High School Nationals
Raymond Queen IV
Ava Jones, Kamiyah Bias, Malayia Bethel, Dior Johnson
Armani smith, Amirah Curtis, Brooke Lauta
Ray, Corey, Carter, Cameron
PJ, Ray, Christian, Andrew
Talil and Madison
Madison and Nicole
Corey, Colton, Cartere, Mike
Sytieia was a 3x National Champ in 2019. AAU Indoor National Champion and record holder. USATF Hershey National Champ, New Balance Junior High Shot-put National Champion and record holder. Sytieia went on to be runner up in the Shot-put and Discus at the 2019 Club Championship. Finally, she was 4th at the AAU Junior Olympics in the Discus and 3rd in the Shot-put with a personal best 46ft 9in.
Nahla was 2019 AAU Club Championship National Champ in the 8u Turbo Javelin with a personal best throw of 42 feet 2 inches. Nahla was also a member of the AAU Indoor National Champion 4x200 meter relay and 2x All-American in the 4x100 meter relay at Club Championship and Junior Olympics.
Talil was the 2019 AAU 400 meter Indoor National Champion and record holder in the 400 meter dash. Talil set the record in the pre-lims and then broke his own record in the finals. Talil was also 3rd in the 200 meter dash.
Ramon Valentine IV
Javelin & Middle Distance
Ramon was a 2019 AAU Club Championship All-American in the Javelin with an 8th place finish. He was also a 2x 4x800 meter relay All-American at the AAU Indoor National Championship and AAU Club Championship.
Marisa was 2019 AAU Indoor All-American in the 800 meter run. Marisa placed 3rd after nearly 7 months off prior to indoor season.
Rya was a 5x All-American in 2019. Rya was AAU Indoor and Club Championship All-American in the 400 Meter dash. Rya was apart of the 4x200 indoor national champion team as well as the 4x100 All-American team at Club Championships and Junior Olympics
Kaden was a 3x All-American in 2019 including 6th place at the AAU Club Championship, 4th place in the 4x400 and Finally 5th place at the AAU Junior Olympics in the 800 meter run.
Cameron was a 4x All-American in 2019. Cameron placed in both the 1500 and 3000 meters at AAU Club Championships. He was also apart of the All-American 4x800 relay at the AAU Indoor National and AAU Club Championships.
Akata was a 2019 AAU All-American in the 14 year old Triple Jump. Akata placed 2nd with a personal best 35 feet 8 inches at the AAU Club Championships.
Amirah earned her second All-American award at the 2019 AAU Indoor National Championship. Amirah placed 7th in the 9 year old girls shot-put.
Caleb was a 2x All-American in 2019. He placed 2nd in the shot-put at the AAU Club Championships and 5th in the Turbo Javelin at the AAU Junior Olympics.
Antonio earned his first All-American award in 2019. Tony placed 3rd in the Turbo Javelin at the AAU Club Championship with a personal best 93 feet 2 inches.
2019 was Cardell's first year and he earned All-American honors at the AAU Junior Olympics with a 4th place finish in the 8 & Under Shot-put.
Michael earned his first
All-American award in 2019. Michael placed 5th in the 3000 meter run at the AAU Indoor National Championships.
4x200 & 4x100
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9/10 Boys 4x200 & 4x400 Relay
The team of Chris Pugh, Kaden Omopariola, Kaden Tookhan and Jesse James placed 4th in the 4x400 meter relay at the AAU Club Championship. Jesse James and Kaden Tookhan joined Cole Witherspoon and Karen Harris for a 6th place finish in the 4x200 meter relay at the AAU Indoor National Championship
The team of Kiera Brown, Rya Cooper, Nahla Valentine and Aaliyah Hope earned All-American honors in the 4x100 meter relay at the AAU Club Championship. They placed 4th even with a dropped baton.
In 2019 The team of Denmark Woody, Cameron Davis, Jaron Wells and Ramon Valentine placed 4th at the AAU Indoor National Championship. Hilkiah Davis joined Cameron, Ramon, and Jaron to place 7th at the AAU Club Championship.
4x200 & 4x100 Relay
In 2019 the team of Rya Cooper, Hope Jackson, Nahla Valentine and Grace Jackson were 4x200 relay National champions at the AAU Indoor National Championship. The same group were All-Americans in the 4x100 meter relay at the AAU Junior Olympics.
Sytieia was the programs third National Champion. She was the 2018 AAU Club Championship National Champion in the 13 year old Discus with a throw of 89ft 6in. Sytieia also achieved All-American status at the 2018 AAU Club Championship in the 13 year old Shot Put with a 2nd place finish and a throw of 38ft 6.5 inches. Sytieia was an AAU Indoor All-American with her 4th place finish in the 13 year old Shot Put with a throw of 30 feet 10 inches.
Caleb Clinton became the programs second National Champion in the 8U shot put at the 2018 AAU Indoor National Championship in Landover, Maryland wit a personal best throw of 21 feet 3 inches.
Talil is the first Baltimore White Knight to become a USATF Junior Olympic Outdoor All-American with his 6th place finish in the 13/14 Boys 400 Meter Dash. Talil's personal best in 2018 was 51.17. He also boasted a personal best 19ft 8in long jump. Talil was also a two-time AAU-Indoor All-American at the 2018 AAU Indoor National Championship in Landover, MD placing 5th in the 14 year old 200 meter dash with a time of 24.32 and 5th in the 400 meter dash with a time of 55.85
Cameron Davis achieved All-American status 3x in 2018. First with his 7th place finish in the 12 year old 1500 meter run at the 2018 AAU Indoor National Championship with a time of 5:16.37. Cameron became All-American twice at the 2018 AAU Club Championship in the 3000 meter run with a time of 10:47.6 and the 1500 meter run with a time of 4:58.5
Madison Parham Long Sprints
In his first year of track and field Kaden set multiple club records for the 9-10 age group. He became a 2x 2018 AAU Club Championship All-American in the 9 year old boys 400 meter dash and 800 meter run.
Madison became a 2018 AAU-All American at the AAU Club Championships in the 400 meter dash. Madison set a personal best 59.91 to place 8th in the 14 year old girls 400 meter dash.
Akata became an All-American for the 5th time in the Long Jump at the 2018 AAU-Club Championship with a 8th place finish in the 13 year old girls Long Jump.
Ryan achieved All-American status at the 2018 AAU-Indoor National Championship with his 4th place finish in the 12 year old Shot Put.
Amirah achieved All-American status at the 2018 AAU-Club Championship with a 5th place finish in the 8u old Turbo Javelin
Marisa Gaines is the programs 1st National Champion. Marisa completed the AAU sweep of the 14 year old Girls 800 meter run in 2017. Marisa was the AAU District, Regional and National Champion in the event. She set a personal record of 2:19.70 in the semi-finals and lowered her personal best again with a 2:17.38 in the finals to capture the National title over 93 other national qualifiers.
Daniel Harper Jr.
Daniel Harper became the programs 3rd All-American at the 2016 AAU Junior Olympics in Houston Texas. Daniel was a 2x All-American as he placed 2nd in the 12 year old boys 100 meter dash with a sizzling 12.18 and 6th in the Long Jump with a bounce of 17ft. Daniel Harper Jr. Daniel was also a 2x 2016 USATF Hershey Outdoor Championship Medalist. Placing 2nd in the 11/12 Boys Long Jump and 5th in the 100 meter dash.
Akata was a 3x 2016 USATF Hershey Outdoor Championship Medalist. Placing 2nd in the 11/12 girls 200 meter dash with a time of 26.99, 3rd in the long jump and 8th in the 100 meter dash.
Isaiah was a 2x 2016 USATF Hershey Outdoor Championship Medalist, Placing 2nd in the 8 under boys 200 meter dash with a personal best 29.90 and 3rd in the 100 meter dash.
Daniene was a 2016 USATF Hershey Outdoor Championship Medalist placing 5th in the 8 under girls 200 meter dash.
Kirsten Spencer is the programs 1st All-American. At the 2015 AAU Junior Olympics in Virginia, Beach she placed 8th in the 14 year old girl triple jump with a bounce of 34 feet 4in.
Akata was the programs second All-American. In 2015, Akata placed 7th in the 10 year old girls Long Jump with a bounce of 13ft 7.5in at the AAU Junior Olympics in Virginia Beach.