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GREENSBOROóTop athletes from across the state of North Carolina will compete in another busy weekend of track as the North Carolina High School Athletic Association completes its state track and field championships.
The final weekend of competition will feature 2-A championships for both men and women on Friday, and then on Saturday the 4-A championships will be held, all at the Irwin Belk Track on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University.
The 1-A and 3-A meets were held last weekend.
Action in the field events will begin at noon and running events will start at 1 p.m. on Friday, while Saturdayís schedule opens with field events at 10 am and running events at 11 am. It will be the 87th annual menís championships and the 36th annual renewal of the womenís event.
Burlington Cummings is the defending state 2-A womenís champion while North Brunswick won the team title among 2-A men last year. Regional team champions among the womenís teams this spring include Swansboro, Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons, Salisbury and West Henderson. The West Henderson men also won their West Regional, while perennial state track power North Rowan, Farmville Central and North Brunswick took menís regional titles.
Southeast Raleigh, led by 2007 NCHSAA Athlete of the Year Gabby Mayo, will seek to defend its 4-A womenís crown. Mayo has been the Most Valuable Performer in each of the last two womenís 4-A championships and Southeast Raleigh won the 2007 4-A East Regional. Durham Jordan, Charlotte Vance and Charlotte Harding University also won their respective regionals in womenís competition.
New Bern is the defending menís champ and earned the 4-A Mid-East Regional crown last weekend. Southern Pines Pinecrest, Charlotte Vance and Matthews David Butler were the other schools to earn menís regional team titles.
The Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Greensboro Sports Commission, North Carolina Amateur Sports and Pepsi-Cola are serving as corporate sponsors for the event.
Event: NCHSAA Track and Field Championships, 2-A and 4-A classifications
Date: May 18-19, 2007, with 2-A men and women on May 18 and 4-A men and women on May 19
Site: Irwin Belk Track, North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro
First Held: 1913 for men, 1972 for women
Qualifiers: The top four finishers in each event, including relays, qualified from the regional level to the state championship meet
Defending champions: women: 2-A, Burlington Cummings; 4-A, Southeast Raleigh; men: 2-A. North Brunswick,; 4-A, New Bern.
Of Interest: Gabby Mayo of Southeast Raleigh, the NCHSAA Female Athlete of the Year for 2006-07, has earned the last two Most Valuable Performer awards in the state 4-A track and field championships.
Host City Sponsors: Greensboro Sports Commission, Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau, North Carolina Amateur Sports, Pepsi-Cola