Anna Cockrell (Providence Day) entered the North Carolina all-time list with her two hurdles performances.
Knightdale produced bookend relay wins with remarkable times, including a US #1 and state meet record 4x400 mark.
Nora McKiver (T.W. Andrews) claimed MVP honors by defending her hurdle titles and adding the 200 to her repertoire.
Am I the only one who thinks the battle between these two guys could be the biggest highlight of the meet? Didn't think so.
Bre'anna Warren is gunning for her second straight double win, but also battling an opponent who won't even be in the stadium Saturday.
Ragsdale's Xavier Jones has recently surged to the top of the list in the sprints, but he still has to deal with a certain defending champ.
Cedar Ridge's A.J. Tucker won the 1600 last year, but this time around he wants to add the 3200 title to his collection.
Nora McKiver (T.W. Andrews) has been working the sprints more this season - will it pay off in the hurdles this weekend?
The Lexington senior has a plan for his future that is quite ambitious, but he has a really good reason for that.
Grace Morken has won 2A titles - a bunch of 2A titles - and she's better this year than she ever was before.
Anna Cockrell has shaken things up in this classification, and could be the final piece to the champioship puzzle for Providence Day.
Trevor Sleight is one of only two athletes at this level that can truly say they would compete for titles in any classification.
Talk about balance: only three athletes, male or female, lead more than one event, and no school leads more than 2 relays.
Check out the expression on Blake Dodge's face: that's the realization that she hasn't come close to full potential yet.
Cha'mia Rothwell was the sprints/hurdles star of the 3A meet last year, but she has more competition this time around.
Nikolete Hurrinus has emerged as a contender in the long sprints, which could set up a great battle with the defending 200 champ.
I mean, really, who else was going on the cover? The question of the week: can anyone in 2A or 4A match Trent Friday's times?
Aminah Ghaffar (Fayetteville Academy) now leads the rankings in four events, including both hurdle races.
For the fourth straight year, Wesley Frazier won all three distance races at her conference championship meet.
Wakefield's Kristen Lee claimed her spot at the top of North Carolina's all-time pole vault list at the 4A Mideast.
The bad weather held off, and as the meet went on the performances simply got better and better.
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- Maya Evans to University of South Carolina
- Brandon Ford to University of the Cumberlands
- Brianna Mitchell to University of North Carolina-Pembroke
- Somora Edwards to University of North Carolina-Pembroke
- Mattie Blue to University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
- Abel Tecle to East Carolina University
- Rebecca Benfield to Guilford College
- Nicole Wilton to Guilford College
- Molly Marcotte to Guilford College
- Gina Daniel to Duke University