1. Marcellus Moore (So., Plainfield North)- "Baby Holyfield" did not take any prisoners in his second championship. Literally and figuratively from the gun did Moore put his competition in his rearview mirror. In my humble opinion, I think in order to cement his history among the IHSA Gods this is what had to be done. I don't think I have seen a sprinter be as impressive as Moore was since Lake Park's Anthony Moorman. Of course, we could throw Kahmari Montgomery of Plainfield Central in the mix, but I don't think he had a target on his back like Moorman and Moore did from the opening day of the season. And just like Moorman, it was Moore that withstood the hype as well as pressure to be a champion. He beat the defending champion Declan Rustay of Hoffman Estates three times and challenger Courtney Lindsey of Rock Island twice. I was delighted to see the 100m record go down with a sizzling 10.31 and the 4x1 relay in 41.29. Enough said.