McDonogh School dominated the field at the IAAM indoor track championship Friday at the Prince George’s County Sports and Learning Complex, claiming its third title in four seasons. The Owings Mills school won 12 of 15 events, accumulating 182 points to distance runner-up Archbishop Spalding (79).

The trio of Madeline Dulac, Autumn Franklin and Jasmine Robinson spearheaded the Eagles’ latest title charge. Robinson repeated in the 55-meter dash (7.33) and 300-meters (40.89), Dulac defended her crowns in the 1,600 and 3,200, Franklin won the 55 hurdles (8.35) and 300.

Dulac, arguably the area’s top distance runner, surpassed her record mark in the 1,600 (5:02.02) and broke John Carroll School’s Erika Stasakova (Lafayette College) standard in the 3,200 (11:14.61). Franklin topped Mount de Sales Academy’s Becky Boulay’s (North Carolina-Wilmington) mark in the 500 (1:19.05).

The Eagles established a new mark in the 3,200 relay (9:48.49), and won the 1,600 relay (4:12.96). Jessica Caldwell set the record in the triple jump (40-feet, 8 inches) and won the long jump (16-6). Erika Johnson (shot put; 36-5.5) and Nancy Holt (high jump; 5-4) captured field titles for McDonogh.

Catholic’s Ellie Gonzalez won the 800 (2:25.58) and Maggie Rampolla from Maryvale Prep set a new mark (9-feet) to claim the pole vault. Mount de Sales won the 800 relay (1:51.84).

Click here for complete results, courtesy of Running Maryland.