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State championship coverage
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NCHSAA 4A: Apex boys and Wakefield girls 2nd
NCISAA: Ravenscroft girls and boys 2nd in 3A; St. David’s boys win 1A/2A, girls are 7th
Triangle-area state champs
NCHSAA 1A - Louisburg junior Vanisha Wilshire - girls triple jump; Raleigh Charter senior Chris O’Brien - boys 1600.
NCHSAA 2A - Bunn junior Tainasha Vines - girls triple jump and long jump; Carrboro junior Maysa Araba - girls 800 and 1600; Carrboro junior Helen Morken - girls 3200; Durham School of the Arts girls 4-by-800 relay team of Simi Gbadegesin, Destiny Stevons, Hana Ratcliffe and Lydia Gamble; Franklinton senior Charity Snelling - girls high jump; N.C. Science & Math boys 4-by-800 relay team of Chatham Ellwanger, Nicholas Walker, Josh Rees-Jones and Cameron Bowes; N.C. Science & Math girls 4-by-800 relay team of Kim Ngo, Alexis Knox, Mengmeng Fang and Maddie Wyatt; North Johnston freshman Dylan Pinder - wheelchair 100 and 200.
NCHSAA 3A - Cedar Ridge junior Kacia Vines - girls long jump; Western Harnett senior Mateius Brown - boys discus.
NCHSAA 4A - Apex junior Anna Eaton - girls pole vault; Apex junior Andrew Pedersen - boys pole vault; Jordan senior Jordyn Brown - girls high jump; Wakefield senior Elijah Mallory - boys shot put; Apex junior Sydnei Murphy - girls long jump and triple jump; Holly Springs senior Lamar Nobles - boys high jump; Apex senior Reyho Tshiama - boys triple jump; Cary girls 4-by-800 relay team of Julia Brown, Lakeisha Warner, Cayla Rodney and Layla White; Southeast Raleigh senior Jacklyn Howell - girls 100 and 300 hurdles; Hillside sophomore Marcus Krah - boys 110 hurdles; Cary junior Layla White - girls 400; Southeast Raleigh senior Jamaree Murray - boys 400; Southeast Raleigh boys 4-by-400 relay team of Jayon Woodard, David Conner, Jayquan Williams and Jamaree Murray; Hillside freshman Desmond Jackson - adaptive long jump, 100, 200 and 400.
NCISAA 1A/2A - St. David’s senior Matthew Stahl - boys pole vault; St. David’s girls 4-by-800 relay team of Maggie O’Hara, Abby Adams, Julia Hensley and Melanie Park; Durham Trinity senior Harrison Czajkowski - boys 110 hurdles; St. David’s girls 4-by-200 relay team of Campbell Payne, Tiffany Bartholomew, Caroline Garrett and Anna Widin; St. David’s girls 4-by-100 relay team of Campbell Payne, Abby Adams, Madison Call and Anna Widin; St. David’s girls 4-by-400 relay team of Maggie O’Hara, Caroline Garrett, Campbell Payne and Abby Adams.
NCISAA 3A - Ravenscroft junior Ryen Frazier - girls 1600 and 3200; Durham Academy sophomore Cha’mia Rothwell - girls 200, high jump; Cary Academy girls 4-by-100 relay team of Hannah Chow, Shannon Stohlman, Katherine Carlton and Moriah Smith; Cary Academy girls 4-by-200 relay team of Rachel Rohde, Ivana Premasinghe, Moriah Smith and Shannon Stohlman; Durham Academy girls 4-by-800 relay team of Eliza Dekker, Emma Myers, Katie Concannon and Abby Breitfeld; Durham Academy junior Eliza Dekker - girls 800; Ravenscroft junior Kathleen Brandes - girls pole vault; Cary Academy junior Jonathan Avery - boys 100 and 200; North Raleigh Christian senior Blanton Smith - boys 400; North Raleigh Christian junior Ryan Speer - boys 800; Durham Academy senior Steven Watson - boys long jump; Ravenscroft senior Garrett Anderson - boys pole vault; Ravenscroft senior Alex Nesvisky - boys shot put.
NCHSAA regional coverage
List of 1A state qualifiers: Raleigh Charter, Princeton, Louisburg do well in team competition.
List of 2A state qualifiers: Carrboro, Durham School of Arts, N.C. Science & Math do well in team competition.
List of 3A state qualifiers: Cardinal Gibbons girls win 3A Mideast, Western Harnett boys 3rd in East.
Conference championship coverage
Cap Eight 4A: Broughton boys, Wakefield girls win
Greater Neuse River 4A: Southeast Raleigh boys and girls win
Southwest Wake 4A: Apex boys, Cary girls win
Big Eight 3A: Chapel Hill boys, Cardinal Gibbons girls win
Two Rivers 3A: Cleveland boys, girls win