The Monroe senior could help her team soar to a 1A state title this spring with her versatile field event talent.
A collection of articles from newspapers and websites around the state about the great sport of track & field.
A look at last weekend's collegiate performances of athletes that attended North Carolina high schools.
With a large number of meets spreading out North Carolina's best teams, depth was a big factor in the team results this weekend.
Everyone in this meet competed against Mother Nature as well as each other, but there were still some great performances.
Rivals Berry Academy and West Charlotte capture the spirit of competition and sportsmanship at the iconic Charlotte meet.
Jon Beyle (East Chapel Hill) headlines a solid all-around field at the J. J. Knox Invitational this weekend.
The Ronald Reagan senior didn't begin to realize her potential until recently, but she is making the most of it now.
Highlights from a big weekend in NC track & field, as athletes rewrote the state leaderboards, including Matt Colvin's long jump.
One of the biggest early-season invitationals in the state also produced some fantastic performances.
Reagan's Craig Engels is one of three North Carolina athletes who jumped straight to #1 in the nation this weekend.
Many schools from the Raleigh and Durham areas combined for strong performances, and a girls' distance star re-emerges after a winter of training.
Early invitationals in the Charlotte, Greensboro, and Raleigh areas (at Ravenscroft, above) highlight the first beek weekend of the outdoor season.
Featuring the Frosh/Soph Invitational, the UNOFFICIAL JV State Championship, on April 28, 2012
The senior from Hugh M. Cummings High School carries on a proud tradition of success in the triple jump and hurdles.
Ariah Graham and her Wakefield teammates continue to amaze in their quest for a national legacy.
Ravenscroft's Wesley Frazier is the biggest, but by no means the only, headliner in the largest classification of private schools.
Berry Academy brings their 2A-record-setting squad up to the 3A classification for a chance at back-to-back titles.
The number of outdoor meets went up sharply last week, and so did the number of good performances around the state.
Results from North Carolina athletes will be updated daily in this article.
The Armory in New York City will host the nation's best starting today, and North Carolina is well-represented.
The East Forsyth senior has been drawing national attention in the pole vault since the spring of her sophomore year.
George Freiberger is the star of this classification, and he hopes to lead Westchester to one more title before heading to Alabama.
The sprinter from Granville Central has become one of the best in the nation, and still may have more potential as yet untapped.
Although it was a bit of a slow week, with conference meets mostly finished, several of North Carolina's former high schoolers were still competing, either in search of that NCAA qualifying mark or simply trying to conclude the season with the best possible mark.
The spring season is officially underway, and athletes took advantage of the chance to show their early fitness.
MVP candidate Johnny Oglesby leads the North Rowan Cavaliers in search of another boys' state title this spring.
The senior from High Point Central has worked her way into the national conversation and proved she belongs.
Take a look at what the news outlets around the state are saying about track & field athletes and teams.