Providence Day again dominated the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association 3A track and field championships, running away with its second consecutive sweep of the boys and girls state titles Saturday at Ravenscroft School.
But Cary Academy had a good day as well, finishing fourth in both the boys and girls competitions.
The Providence Day girls finished with 142.5 points, ahead of Ravenscroft (97), Durham Academy (95) and Cary Academy (87.5).
The Providence Day boys finished with 133 points, ahead of Ravenscroft (103), Charlotte Latin (96.5) andCary Academy (68).
Cary Academy’s Jonathan Avery won the 100- and 200-meter dash at 11.08 and 22.40, respectively.
Cary Academy won the girls 4x200-meter relay (Rachel Rohde, Ivana Premasinghe, Moriah Smith and Shannon Stohlman) in 1:47.46, and girls 4x100-meter relay (Hannah Chow, Stohlman, Katherine Carlton and Smith) in 51.44.
1A/2A track: Cary Christian senior Julie Thompson (32-8) was second in the girls shot put at the NCISAA 1A/2A track and field championships, hosted by the American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro.
The Knights were 12th in the girls competition on Saturday out of 25 teams while the boys were 18th out of 27.
St. David’s girls and Charlotte Victory Christian’s boys won team titles.