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Walker earned the Most Valuable Performer award in the meet by capturing first place in both hurdle events, the triple jump and the long jump as Cummings won its third consecutive NCHSAA womenís title.
Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons, paced by victories by Heather Beichner in both the 800 and 1600, finished second with 80.5 points. Hillsborough Cedar Ridge was third with 67, followed by Lenoir Hibriten with 40.25 and Swansboro with 31.50 points.
There were 49 teams that tallied points in the womenís meet.
Shelby held off perennial menís track power North Rowan in the menís competition, scoring 61.50 points to 36 for North, which was seeking its fifth title in the last six years and 10th in the last 15. Black Mountain Charles D. Owen was third with 29 points, with Southern Guilford fourth at 27.50, Monroe fifth with 27 and Madison sixth with 26.
Shelbyís strength in the relays was a key to the Golden Lion victory, as Shelby won both the 400 and 800 relays and finished fifth in the 1600.
Madisonís Josey Weaver earned the menís MVP award, winning the pole vault by clearing 13 feet, six inches and also winning the 3200 meters.
A total of 54 schools scored points in the menís meet.
The Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Greensboro Sports Commission, and Chick-Fil-A of downtown Greensboro served as the host city sponsors for the event, and Wendyís and the Carolina Ford Dealers are the presenting sponsors of the NCHSAA sports program.
COMPLETE RESULTS FROM THE MEET CAN BE FOUND ELSEWHERE ON THE SITE, UNDER CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS, THEN CLICK ON TRACK, THEN GO TO THE 2008 RESULTS