Boys Track & Field: 2019 Cheers and LoCoSports All-LoCo Team Selected


Loudoun County, Va. — Cheers and LoCoSports have named their 2019 All-LoCo boys track & field team. Potomac Falls High School senior Tyler Pride has been named Athlete of the Year. Loudoun Valley High School head coaches Joan and Marc Hunter have been named Coaches of the Year.

The All-LoCo photo shoot will be held on Tuesday, July 2 at 6:30 p.m. at Cheers Sports! Please RSVP to The Owl at or by direct message on Twitter at @LoCoSports.

Each first team selection will receive an All-LoCo t-shirt at the photo shoot. Please DO NOT go to Cheers to pick up your shirt prior to the photo shoot.

All-LoCo 2019 Boys Track & Field First Team
Event Name School Year
Distance Sam Affolder Loudoun Valley SR
Distance Jacob Hunter Loudoun Valley SR
Distance Connor Wells Loudoun Valley SR
Sprints Jackson Coates John Champe SR
Sprints Luke Kendrat Loudoun County SR
Sprints Bryson Riddick Potomac Falls SR
Hurdles Gurveer Athwal Tuscarora SR
Hurdles Aalijah Smith Heritage JR
Jumps Aidan Clark Briar Woods JR
Jumps Mitchell Coates John Champe JR
Jumps Derek McCandless Loudoun County SR
Throws Garrett Dunn-Ford Freedom SR
Throws Zangar Smith Broad Run SR
All-Around Tyler Pride Potomac Falls SR
Relay Luke Affolder Loudoun Valley SO
Relay Mateo Barreto Loudoun Valley JR
Honorable Mention
Event Name School Year
Distance Omar Aougab Dominion JR
Throws Jared Bowman Riverside JR
Distance Kevin Carlson Loudoun Valley JR
Hurdles Vannie Coles John Champe SO
Distance Sammy Fellah Tuscarora SR
Throws Dean Ferguson Potomac Falls SR
Sprints Asher Freese Loudoun County SR
Distance Kellen Hasle Loudoun Valley JR
Sprints Max Karen John Champe JR
Hurdles Jackson Kennedy John Champe JR
Sprints Keyshawn Kindall Rock Ridge SR
Distance Juan Moscoso Briar Woods SR
Distance Carlos Shultz Loudoun Valley JR
Distance Jacob Windle Loudoun Valley SR

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    Hey –
    Congratulations to Tyler Pride who went long in the long jump for Potomac Falls at the New Balance National Meet in Greensboro, N.C. on Sunday, June 16th. Happy Fathers’ Day Dad. Tyler’s jump of 24′ 1.5″ is amongst the best in the state of Virginia. Tyler’s jump made him 8th at the NBN Meet. An outstanding and consistent jump for the Kansas recruit. The top 8 participants in the meet were separated by a mere 9 inches or less.

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