Desmond Jackson won four events and set four state meet records, and now his goals are moving to the national and international level.
There are only four female adaptive athletes that competed in any classification this season, and Taylor Kirk is the veteran of the group.
Southeast Raleigh's 4x100 set a new All-Time NC Record, the best of many great relay performances from last weekend's state championships.
The wheelchair events might still be young in our state, but the level of competition is growing every year, as evidenced by the four state meet records set by newcomer Ty'Quen Fain (Perquimans).
Melissa Zammitti capped off her return to the NCISAA with three individual titles this weekend, the only triple winner of the meet.
For the fourth consecutive year, Providence Day has won both boys and girls team titles. Plus, Anna Cockrell continues to get better, and three double boys winners!
At each state meet we set out to get photos of every athlete in every event, and while that may be an impossible goal, we come close. See all those photos, plus event videos and interviews, inside!
Find all the photos and videos from Saturday's meet, including the incredible finish between Cravont Charleston and Daniel Estrada, in one place!
Find out the top 10 performances from the weekend as a whole, plus the top teams! And if you thought the 4A girls team scores were close...
Sophomore Josh Polk of Hobbton's 21.82 200 was one of the top performances from the NCHSAA 1A State Meet on Friday.
You can find all the photos and videos we have posted so far, plus the top performances of the meet, all in one place!