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NEW BERN, EAST FORSYTH DEADLOCK FOR MEN’S TITLE
IN NCHSAA 4-A INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
CHAPEL HILL – New Bern and East Forsyth finished in a dead heat to share the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 4-A men’s indoor track and field championship on Saturday night at the Eddie Smith Field House on the University of North Carolina campus.
East Forsyth and New Bern each tallied 43 points to tie for the crown, while Morrisville Green Hope and defending champion Southeast Raleigh were knotted at third with 35 points apiece.
East Forsyth’s Dylan Ferris was the Most Valuable Performer in the men’s championship, winning both the 1000 and 1600 and participating on a relay team that finished second. Wakefield’s T.J. Graham was also a double individual winner, taking top honors in both the 55 meter and the 300.
Southeast Raleigh won its third straight women’s title, slipping past West Charlotte by a three-point margin. Southeast scored 47 points, West Charlotte 44, and Charlotte Myers Park was third with 41.
West Charlotte’s Nyosha Bryant was the MVP on the women’s side, with state championship performances in the 55 and 300 and a second-place finish in the long jump along with finishing sixth in the 500.
This is the 22nd annual competition in indoor track held by the NCHSAA, but just the second year that the 1-A, 2-A and 3-A classes have competed together and the 4-A school have their own separate championship.
The championships are sponsored by host city sponsors Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Chapel Hill, the Chapel Hill-Orange County Visitors Bureau, UNC Healthcare, BlueCross and BlueShield of North Carolina, and BB&T. Wendy’s and the Carolinas Ford Dealers are the presenting sponsors of the NCHSAA sports programs.
CUMMINGS WINS WOMEN'S CROWN, MOORESVILLE TAKES MEN"S TITLE
IN 1-A/2-A/3-A INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD
CHAPEL HILL – Sherice Walker of Burlington Cummings captured first place in three events to lead her Cavaliers to its second straight team title in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1-A/2-A/3-A indoor track and field championships on Saturday at the Eddie Smith Field House on the University of North Carolina campus.
Walker was named the Most Valuable Performer in the women’s meet as she grabbed top honors in the 55 hurdles, long jump and triple jump.
Cummings tallied 59 points in the women’s competition to 50 for Western Guilford, with Jacksonville third at 48. Winston-Salem Parkland was fourth with 46 and Asheville T.C. Roberson fifth with 38. A total of 44 schools scored in the meet.
Jordan Lee of Hillsborough Cedar Ridge took first in both the women’s high jump and pole vault.
Mooresville earned the men’s team title, tallying 68 points to 46 for second place Asheville. Defending champion Parkland followed in third with 35.5 points, followed by Winston-Salem Carver (34) and Southern Guilford (29). There were 49 men’s teams which scored points in the meet.
Southern Guilford’s William Graves was the Most Valuable Performer in the men’s meet, winning both the 300 and 500. Mooresville’s Patrick Campbell was also a double individual winner in the 1600 and 3200.