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100 yards
1. Little, Hoke County 11.6
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220 yards
1. Crowell, East Mecklenburg 26.1
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440 yards
1. Crowell, East Mecklenburg 60.3
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880 yards
1. Ralston, Jamestown Ragsdale 2:43.2
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One-Mile Run
1. Elder, Jamestown Ragsdale 6:05.6
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110-yard ? Low Hurdles
1. McKoy, Hoke County 12.2
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4x110-yard Relay
1. Hoke County 52.0
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4x220-yard Relay
1. Hoke County 1:48.34
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4x440-yard Relay
1. Hoke County 4:37.5
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Long Jump
1. Pinnix, High Point Andrews 16-0
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High Jump
Wall, Greensboro Dudley 5-2
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Shot Put
1. Pope, Southern Nash 36-7.5
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Discus
1. Cook, Greensboro Dudley 103-11
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1972 was the first year that the NCHSAA held a girls championship in track and field.

The boys meet was held as an all-classification meet, after four years of being divided into separate 3-A/4-A and 2-A/1-A events.

Charlotte Myers Park, coached by Richard Prince, won two events and had athletes to score in five other events to win its third consecutive team championship, and 11th title in a 15-year span.

Three new state meet records were set:
6-8 1/4 - Chandler Muse, Charlotte Myers Park (old record: 6-7 3/4, Robert McAdoo, Greensboro Smith 1969)
14-2 - David Turner, Raleigh Broughton (old record: 14-0 3/4, Jesse Ratliff, High Point Andrews 1971)
4:14.2 - Tom Ward, Chapel Hill (old record: 4:15.2, Jim Wilkins, Roxboro HS 1970)

Charles Romes (Durham Hillside) won a noteworthy triple: 13.6, 19.2, and 21.9.