Varsity Track & Field – NCISAA 1A/2A State Championship

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Boys Team Results
1. Victory Christian Center – 106
2. Westchester Country Day – 96.5
3. Trinity Academy of Raleigh – 69.5
4. Northside Christian – 51
5. Trinity School of Durham – 49
6. O’Neal – 43
7. Trinity Christian – 42
8. Hickory Christian Academy – 35
9. Woodlawn – 34
10. Burlington Christian Academy – 33
11. Gaston Day – 27
12. Davidson Day – 26
13. University Christian – 21
14. American Hebrew Academy – 19
15. Carolina Friends – 10
15. Rocky Mount Academy – 10
17. Epiphany – 6
18. Northwood Temple Academy – 3
19. United Faith Christian Academy – 2

Girls Team Results
1. Victory Christian Center – 157
2. O’Neal – 89.5
3. Burlington Christian Academy – 52
4. Trinity Academy of Raleigh – 49
5. Woodlawn – 47
6. St. Thomas More Academy – 43
7. Gaston Day – 30.5
8. Trinity Christian – 29
9. Wayne Country Day – 28
10. Trinity School of Durham – 24
11. Northside Christian – 23
12. Westchester Country Day – 20
12. Fayetteville Academy – 20
14. Davidson Day – 17
14. United Faith Christian Academy – 17
16. The Burlington School – 9
17. University Christian – 6
18. Epiphany – 5
19. Northwood Temple Academy – 2

NCISAA 1A/2A All-State Athletes (individual event winners):

Megan Dailey – triple jump (new school record) – (plus 2nd places in 100m and long jump)

Natalie Boyle – pole vault (plus 5th place in high jump)

There were plenty of Trailblazer highlights in this state meet – seven new school records were set despite the hot conditions on both days. Our girls were led once again by senior Megan Dailey, who saved her best meet for last. She set a new school record in each of the three events she entered, and earned a first place (triple jump) as well as two second places (long jump and 100m dash) for a total of 26 points. Sophomore Natalie Boyle was also impressive, racking up 14 points by clearing seven feet to win the pole vault and four and a half feet to place 5th in the high jump. 8th grader Adina Jacobson scored in two different events, taking 5th place in the 1600m and 7th place in the 800m. Sophomore Aubrey Dantzler placed 8th in the discus to complete the scoring for our girls team. Additionally, Ella Williams set a PR in the shot put, placing her at #2 on the all-time Woodlawn list. Kasey Price broke her own school record in the 400m to qualify for the finals in the #2 spot, but was unable to compete on the second day due to injury.

On the boys side, our relay teams took the spotlight. On the first day, our 4x800m relay squad of Wes Neal, Aiden Lemons, Gael Garza, and Jackson McGeough took 5th place with a new school record time. Then on day two, the 4x100m team of Jack Hager, Ethan Mason, RJ Klein, and Jesse Jacobson took 3rd place with another school record performance. And in the final event of the meet, an exhausted 4x400m relay team of RJ, Ethan, Jack, and Wes ran an epic race to finish in 2nd place. RJ and Jesse both scored in the 400m finals, taking 5th and 7th places respectively. Jackson set a huge PR in the 3200m run to finish in 4th place, and then came back the next day to take 7th place in the 1600m. Aiden set a new PR in that 1600m race, while Gael also improved his personal best in the 3200m run. Jack set a PR in the final 200m race of his Woodlawn career. Our throwers also had an excellent meet, with Dylan White and Ethan Essex scoring in the 7th and 8th spots in the discus competition. In the shot put, both Dylan and Ethan set personal bests, but James Folds unleashed a heave of 38 feet 1 inch, improving on his PR by almost two feet and setting a new school record.

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