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Joey Sampayo, of Bel Air High School, set a record, as did the Harford Tech girls sprint relay team Dec. 17 in a high school indoor track and field meet at the Community College of Baltimore County-Essex.

Sampayo won the 500-meter run in a field house record of 1:13.7. He finished seven-tenths ahead of runner-up Abdel Ndam, of Kennedy High School. Sampayo’s victory was one of four by Harford preps in the 15-team meet.

Tech’s Marietta Corbin, Kayla Watson, Paige Chapman, and Desirae Diamond won the 4x160 relay by a margin of 5 1/2 seconds. Their time of 1:28.1 was also a field house record.

Chavez Cheatham, of Aberdeen, won the boys 55-meter dash in a close race with Karl Palmer, of Perryville. Both were timed in 6.6 seconds. Akeen Mooring of Joppatowne placed fourth and Mike Adams of Bel Air fifth, both in 6.8.

Maurissa Walker, of Fallston, won the 800 in 2:36.7, finishing 1.8 seconds ahead of Isatou Mbowe, of Kennedy. Sarah North, of Harford Tech, placed third in 2:50.0. Walker also finished third in the 500 in 1:29.1.

Tech’s relay team members captured three second-place finishes in individual events. Diamond was second, and Chapman third in the 55 dash, both at 7.5 seconds. Corbin placed fifth in 7.6, and Joppatowne’s Breanna Hagwood, sixth in 7.6.

In the 55 hurdles, Diamond was second in 9.0; Watson fourth in 9.9; and Chapman sixth in 10.1. Katie LaHatte, of Fallston, took fifth in 9.9.

In the 300 dash, Chapman finished second in 46.8; Corbin fifth in 47.4; and Hagwood sixth in 47.4. Fallston’s Katie Lazzeri was third in 47.0.

Erica Coley, of Harford Tech, placed second in the girls’ shot put at 29-7. Aberdeen’s Serena Hewitt-Shaw was fourth at 26-11, and Bel Air’s Kendall Daley, fifth at 25-11.

In the boys shot put, Pat Keller, of Bel Air, was second at 37-3; Ryan Warfield, of Aberdeen, third at 34-5; and T.J. Zeiler, of Tech, fifth at 32-11.

Tyler Muse, of Bel Air, was the runner-up in the boys 1,600 in 4:55.8. Zach Martin, of Fallston, was third in 4:56.3. Martin also placed fifth in the 800 in 2:16.9.

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