The North Lincoln boys’ cross-country and track teams have proved to be among the best in the state the past two seasons.Coach Matthew Reep and the Knights, which have won back-to-back 2A cross country, finished as 1A/2A/3A indoor runners-up this winter.The North Meck girls’ led the Lake Norman area to finish ninth at the 4A meet. Lake Norman boys’ indoor track athlete of the year: Andrew Fea, North LincolnAndrew Fea, a junior, had come close to winning a state title before this season, finishing as state runner-up twice in the past year – at the 2012 outdoor meet (1,600 meters) and at 2A state cross-country championships.This winter, Fea got his first individual state championships, winning the 1A/2A/3A state title in the 1,600 meters with a personal-record time of 4:27.44. Fea also finished seventh at states in the 1,000-meter run Lake Norman boys’ indoor track coach of the year: Matthew Reep, North LincolnAfter Matthew Reep led his Knights’ cross country squad to its second straight 2A state title last fall, his team came up just nine points short of a 1A/2A/3A indoor state championship. North Lincoln finished runner-up to Burlington Cummings.Reep and the deep and experienced Knights will shift focus to the outdoor track, where they will look for more championship-level performances this spring.All-Lake Norman boys’ indoor track team• 55-meter dash: Dejuan Massey, Hopewell, Sr.: Titans’ standout sprinter finished fifth at states (6.51).• 55-meter hurdles: Troy Eckles, Mooresville, Sr.: Ran a personal-best 8.24 seconds at the 4A state meet.• 300-meter dash: Nicholas Lawson, North Mecklenburg, So.: Emerging talent finished 15th at states with 36.42.• 500-meter dash: Michael Parkins, North Mecklenburg, Jr.: Another Viking standout finished sixth at states with 1:07.02.• 1,000- and 1,600-meter runs: Andrew Fea, North Lincoln, Jr.: State champion in the mile was also seventh in the 1,000 meters• 3,200-meter run: Patrick Sheehan, Lake Norman, Jr.: Wildcat standout was third at states (9:33.05)• Long jump: Jesse Earnhardt, East Lincoln, Sr.: Mustangs was third at states (22 feet).• Triple jump: Jackson Navara, North Mecklenburg, Jr.: Viking finished fourth in Hopewell polar bear meet.• Shot put: Chase Stehling, North Lincoln, Jr.: Knight finished in sixth place at states (46-feet, 4 1/4 inches).• 4 X 400 Relay: Hopewell (Massey, Logan Chester, Michael Parks, Reggie Davis): Titan relay finished fourth at states with 3:33.60.• 4 X 800 Relay: North Mecklenburg (Stephan Snyder, Rashaan Williams, Jaquain Manning, Parkins): Vikings finished fifth at states with 8:17.73.Lake Norman girls’ indoor track athlete of the year: Sabrina Moore, North MeckSabrina Moore came into this indoor track season with big expectations. The North Meck senior left with two state championships, taking the fastest event, the 55-meter dash (7.10), while also jumping a career-best 18 feet, 7 inches to win a state title in the long jump.Moore, who signed to compete at Texas Christian earlier this month, looks to add to those state championships during the outdoor season.Lake Norman girls’ indoor track coach of the year: Lawrence Lawson, North MeckLawrence Lawson uses the indoor track season to develop his team and get ready for the outdoor season.But Lawson and North Meck had a lot to be proud of this winter. The Vikings finished ninth in the state as a young team.With a young core of runners, the immediate future could be bright at North Meck this outdoor season and beyond. All-Lake Norman girls’ indoor track team• 55-meter dash and long jump: Sabrina Moore, North Mecklenburg, Sr.: 4A state champion in both events now looks to pull off a championship season in outdoor.• 55-meter hurdles: Destiny Chisholm, Hopewell, So.: Titan was second at North Meck Polar Bear meet with 10.34.• 300-meter dash: Brittany Moss, Bandys, Sr.: Trojan finished fifth at states (41.74).• 500- and 1,000-meter runs: Caitlin Potter, North Lincoln, Jr.: Finished fourth in the state in 1,000-meter with 3:08.23.• 1,600-meter run: Reagan Portelance, Lake Norman, Fr.: Wildcat place eighth at states in the mile (5:23.63).• 3,200-meter run: Allie Castro, North Lincoln, Jr.: Knights’ standout finished fourth in the state (11:35.72).• Triple jump: Argia Gibson, Lake Norman, Sr.: Wildcats finished sixth at states (36 feet, 3 inches).• High jump: Lyndsi Pound, North Lincoln, So.: Emerging jumper helped Knights become more complete team.• Shot put: Alexis Gray, North Mecklenburg, So.: Second-place finisher at North Meck polar bear meet.• Pole vault: Cassandra Kowalski, Hough, So.: Last year’s I-Meck runner-up in outdoor had a second-place finish at N.C. High School Opener.• 4 X 400 Relay: Hopewell (Chonel Chase, Jada Woods, Jaeda Sykes, Alexis Flack): Quartet finished ninth at Charlotte Winter Championships.• 4 X 800 Relay: North Lincoln (Brooke Anderson, Kayla Reep, Morgan Ellis, Neely Hallman): Knights finished 18th at states (10:53.09).