Carrboro junior Magnus Herweyer set two meet records, while junior Theodore Winans and Maysa Araba each notched one record, as Carrboro’s track and field team swept the Mid-State Conference championships in dominating fashion Wednesday.
Competing at Burlington Cummings, Carrboro won the boys’ championship with 178 points, beating out Reidsville’s 137. Jordan-Matthews (88) was third, followed by Graham (82), Bartlett Yancey (26) and Cummings (18).
The Jaguars won the girls meet with 168 points, while Cummings had 130.5, Bartlett Yancey 73 and Jordan-Matthews 70. Reidsville (43) finished fifth and Graham (21.5) sixth.
Herweyer, who recently won the shot put and discus events at the Orange County Championships, won both of those in Wednesday’s meet by hefty margins. His meet-record put of 50 feet, 6.75 inches, was more than eight feet in front of runner-up Jawan Hammock of Reidsville (42-3.5). Herweyer’s mark with the discus, 171-8, was more than 40 feet in front of Hammock’s 124-3.5 for second place.
Winans set a meet record with his 51.5 seconds in winning the boys’ open 400.
Araba also won two events. She followed her meet-record run of 5:14.23 in the 1600 meters with a 2:26.42 in winning the 800 meters.
And Araba also ran in two winning relays: joining senior classmate Hanna Peterman and juniors Brooke Zeman and Josie Dangler in the 4x800 relay (11:39.8), and then ninth-grader Miriam Kadens and sophomores Katie Knotek and Emine Arcasoy on Carrboro’s 4x400 relay (4:27.62).
Knotek provided Carrboro a win in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.22 seconds.
The Jaguar girls picked up three wins in field events. Junior Maley Wagner cleared 8 feet even to win the pole vault, while junior Mia Bennett won the high jump with a height of 4 feet, 10 inches; junior Alexandra Jones was the only female competitor to exceed 100 feet as she won the discus event (100-3).
Carrboro junior Enrique Guerra led the Jaguar boys in two 1-2 finishes – winning both the 800 meters (2:10.81) and the 1600 meters (4:45.69). Harrison Marshall (2:11.56) was second in the 800, and junior classmate Dylan Strickland (4:58.7) was second in the 1600.
Strickland went on to win the 3200 meters (10:56.82) in a close race with sophomore teammate Zakari Crites-Videman (10:57.98).
Carrboro’s Jesse Tysinger won the pole vault with a height of 10 feet, 6 inches, while Noah Lambert won the long jump with a mark of 20 feet, 8.75 inches.
Carrboro’s qualifiers will compete Saturday in the NCHSAA 2A Mideast Regional at Pinecrest High School.