After five years leading the Hickory Ridge track program, Doc Wells has helped establish his team as a consistent factor.The Ragin Bulls head coach led his boys to an eighth-place finish in the state at the 1A/2A/3A indoor state meet.Meanwhile, A.L. Brown was the top girls team in Cabarrus County, finishing 20th overall at the state meet.Cabarrus News indoor track boys athlete of the year: Jordan Warren, Hickory RidgeFour years ago, Hickory Ridges Jordan Warren had never jumped competitively.Now a senior, Warren has developed into one of the states best jumpers, winning the 1A/2A/3A indoor title in the triple jump with a career-best 47 feet, 2 inches. Warren was also state runner-up in the high jump.Warren hopes to carry that momentum into a championship season in outdoor track.Cabarrus News boys indoor track coach of the year: Doc Wells, Hickory RidgeFor the last five years, Doc Wells has put his stamp on the Hickory Ridge track program as the head coach.This winter indoor season, the coach added another top 10 finish at states.With an experienced roster already prepping for the outdoor season, Wells and the Bulls plan to have an even bigger spring.All-Cabarrus News boys track team• 55-meter dash: Chris Lau, Mount Pleasant t, Sr.: Tiger standout was seventh at unofficial Charlotte Winter Championships with 6.75.• 55-meter hurdles: Clinton Jones, Hickory Ridge, Jr.: A.L. Brown Polar Bear champion was also third at Charlotte Winter Championships (8.45).• 300-meter dash: Terry Campbell, A.L. Brown, Sr.: Wonder finished with a personal record and seventh place at the state meet (36.84).• 500-meter dash: Timmy Hall, A.L. Brown, Sr.: Another Brown standout, he finished 19th at states (1:10.84).• 1,000-meter run: Johnny Hodge, A.L. Brown, Sr.: Kannapolis runner finished 11th at states (2:49.86).• 1,600-meter run: McCann Sheridan, Jay M. Robinson, Sr.: Bulldogs distance standout finished 11th at states (4:44.60).• 3,200-meter run: C.J. Buck, Jay M. Robinson, Sr.: East Carolina commit placed 19th at states (10:18.49).• Long jump: Kalif Phillips, A.L. Brown, Sr.: Wonder running back, a Charlotte 49ers football commit, was third at Charlotte Winter Championships.• Triple jump and high jump: J ordan Warren, Hickory Ridge, Sr.: Finished his indoor career on top, winning state title in triple jump, being runner-up in high jump.• Shotput: Jordan Raper, Jay M. Robinson, Sr.: Wingate signee finished seventh at states (46 feet, 4 inches).• Pole vault: Chris Allman, Mount Pleasant, Sr.: Improving Tiger won A.L. Brown Polar Bear.• 4x400 relay, 4x800 relay: A.L. Brown (Hall, Hodge, Max Chandler, Kellen Corson): Wonders finished sixth in Charlotte Winter Championships with 3:38.86 in the 400 relay. They finished third in the state with 8:33.28 in 4x800.Cabarrus News girls indoor track athlete of the year: Talvanisha Lawing, A.L. BrownTalvanisha Lawing proved she is one of the states most versatile athletes.After finishing in the top 10 in three events at the 2012 outdoor 3A state meet at South Rowan, Lawing topped that with the Wonders this winter. She was third at states in the triple jump, seventh in the long jump and eighth in the 55-meter hurdles.Lawing will look to perform even better as she prepares for her final outdoor season this spring.Cabarrus News girls indoor track coach of the year, Brian Landis, A.L. BrownBrian Landis and his A.L. Brown cross-country and track program have become consistent factors at the South Piedmont Conference, regional and state levels.This winter was no different, as Landis team excelled in multiple events.The Wonder girls finished 20th at the 1A/2A/3A state meet. The boys finished 21st as a team.Landis and A.L. Brown shift focus to competing for an SPC outdoor title and more.All-Cabarrus News girls indoor track team• 55-meter dash, 55-meter hurdles, long jump, triple jump: Talvanisha Lawing, A.L. Brown, Sr.: Versatile talent finished in the top eight in the state in three events.• 300-meter dash: Derra Cowan, A.L. Brown, Sr.: Wonder sprinter ran a season-best 45.44 at JDL Mini Meet.• 500-meter dash: Jessica Stanback, A.L. Brown, Sr.: Finished strong with 8th-place finish in the Charlotte Area Winter Championships (1:31.12).• 1,000-meter run: Jennifer Lomax, Mount Pleasant, Sr.: Tigers standout finished seventh at Charlotte Winter Championships (3:26.09).• 1,600-meter run: Maddie Lowe, Northwest Cabarrus, Jr.: One of states best distance runners at all surfaces, she finished fourth at states with 5:24.77.• 3,200-meter run: Lauren Hughes, Jay M. Robinson, So.: Bulldogs impressed with 16th-place finish at states (12:36.35).• High jump: Elizabeth Olesen, Hickory Ridge, So.: Bulls standout finished second at states (5-02).• Pole vault: Emily Bey, Mount Pleasant, Jr.: Reigning SPC outdoor champ finished third at Charlotte Winter Championships (8-06).• 4x400 relay: A.L. Brown (Morgan Love, Lexi Petty, Stanback, Jela Lewter): A.L. Brown Polar Bear champs among areas best all year.• 4x800 relay: Jay M. Robinson (Ashleigh Andrejchak, Brooke Johns, Katie Miller, Natalie Andrejchak): Bulldogs quartet finished third at states (10:10.19).