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Brandi Gervais was doubly helpful to the Towson University victory in the Thomson Invitational indoor track and field meet Saturday. The junior from Churchville won the 3,000-meter run and was part of a Towson sweep of the mile.

The Tigers won the meet easily, outscoring seven other Division I teams on the University of Delaware track. Gervais won the 3,000 by a 4-second margin in 10:38.19. She also placed third in the mile in 5:24.27 as Towson took the first five places in the field of 18 runners.

Shannel Shivers, of Aberdeen, and Christy Boden, of Pylesville, also contributed to the win. Shivers took third in the weight throw at 45-5 and fourth in the shotput at 39-6. Boden was fourth in the 400 in 1:00.05 and anchored the 4x400 relay team to second place in 4:04.28. C.M. Wright grad Hannah McKenzie also scored for the Tigers, placing seventh in the 3,000 in 11:20.0.

In the men’s 3,000, Trent Seawell, a Salisbury freshman from Forest Hill placed sixth in the men’s 3,000 in 9:23.01.

A Relay record for Williams

Paris Williams, of Aberdeen, was named athlete of the week for the Temple University track team after helping the Owls to a school record in the 4x800 relay at the Penn State National Invitational meet Saturday.

The foursome ran 9:06.05 and finished second, close behind Georgetown. That bettered a 23-year-old school record by almost 8 seconds. Williams also placed third in the 400 dash in an ECAC qualifying mark of 56.16.

In the Patriot Games at George Mason University Saturday, Amanda Deller, of Aberdeen, took third place in the shot put. The UMBC freshman threw 40-10 1/2. She also placed eighth in the weight throw at 45-7 1/4.

Chris Litz, of Bel Air, won the pole vault at the Lebanon Valley Invitational in Annville, Pa., Saturday. Litz, a Goucher College junior and John Carroll grad, cleared 13-0.

In a dual meet at Lehigh University Friday, Lafayette freshman Jill Dozier, of Fallston, finished fourth in two dashes. She ran 8.17 in the 60 and 27.98 in the 200.

North Harford PRs Indoors

North Harford’s Noah Hutton and Kyle Orlando recorded personal records in an indoor meet at Georgetown Prep in Bethesda Jan. 23.

Hutton clocked 9:56 in the 3,200 despite running the race in his warmup pants. The time of the start was moved up while Hutton was outside warming up.

“He only had time to change into his racing spikes, and by the time he got his number, the whole heat was lined up at the start,” said his coach Eric Benjamin.

Hutton hurried through a 4:52 first mile before finishing fourth.

Orlando ran a 4:49.2 in the 1,600, bettering his previous personal record by 11 seconds. He placed seventh.

In road running ...

Thirty-five runners showed up for the RASAC Fox 5K race Sunday in Fountain Green despite snow, ice and a 20-degree chill. Race director Gary Reilly, however, then canceled the race due to unsafe footing.

Four members of the Rosasco family, of Fallston, are listed in the final 2009 fall rankings of for the Maryland, D.C. and Virginia region.

Marge Rosasco is ranked second among women 60-64, and daughter-in-law Carole is 10th in 50-54. Steve Rosasco is ninth among men, and son Mark is 17th in 50-54.

Other Harford County runners in the rankings are Jerry Henderson, eighth, and Charles Powell III, 19th, in 40-44. Among 50-54 women, Margaret Starnes is 19th; Cathy Bartholomew, 21st; and Sally Jones, 30th.

Coming races

Feb. 7: Superbowl 5K, Dundalk campus of CCBC, 10 a.m., 410-308-1870.

Feb. 7: RASAC Nobles Mill 5 Miler, Churchville Test Track parking lot, 8 a.m., 410-879-1431.

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