The Clayton senior has been running fast hurdles races for several years, but really broke through last summer.
The A.C. Reynolds senior has overcome adversity to add to the momentum North Carolina has in the throws right now.
The South Brunswick senior has improved steadily in her best race, the mile, but has improved rapidly in longer races.
The Harnett Central senior is one of the state's most versatile athletes, one of only 6 that have competed in the decathlon.
The Wakefield senior continues to improve, and she hasn't even settled into her favorite event yet this season.
The Green Hope senior has completed her volleyball career, and now moves into a new phase of focusing on the pole vault.
The Pinecrest senior has won three winter-season state titles in three different venues, but still wants one in the 800.
The Western Guilford senior leads the state in the shot put, and she is far from done when it comes to her goals.
The West Carteret senior, defending state champion in the 800, will be looking to add a 1000 title this Saturday.
The Providence senior had her best cross country season this fall, and has carried that success over to the track.
The East Chapel Hill senior has been throwing his best this winter, but is also thinking about expanding his repertoire.
The Southwest Guilford senior has been holding her own against the best hurdlers in the state; is this her year?
The Cedar Ridge senior talks about his goals for the year, toward which he made significant progress last weekend.
The Cedar Ridge senior has served notice that she is back in the hunt for the 2A state title in the high jump.
The Carolina Day senior has quietly ranked among the top 5 runners in the state at the 5K or 3200 the last two years.
I'm not sure where she ranks on the all-time list of champions, but the Carrboro senior has been involved in 13 state titles.
The East Chapel Hill senior has a habit of running her best at the state meet, and this year's effort was spectacular.
The Greensboro Day senior had improved drastically over each of the last two cross country seasons.
The Ardrey Kell twins have been helping propel their team to postseason success since their freshman year.
Abel Tecle and his classmates have their eyes set on some aggressive goals, both for the fall season and beyond.
The senior from West Stokes, running in his third cross country season, has demonstrated powerful motivation to excel.
Three seniors hope to lead the Pioneers' class of 2013 in adding a new chapter to an already strong school history.