100-meter dash: Trentavis Friday, Cherryville, Jr.: 1A state champion set state record with time of 10.48.
200-meter dash: Cameron Stinson, Hickory, Sr.: 2A state runner-up in three events (100, 200, long jump) had areas best time of 21.28 in 200 at Taco Bell Classic.
400-meter dash: Trentavis Friday, Cherryville, Jr.: 1A state champion broke his state record with time of 48.00.
800-meter run: Christian White, Charlotte Latin, Jr.: NCISAA 3A champion also had areas top time (1:53.41).
1,600-meter run: Wyatt Maxey, Providence, Jr.: Panthers standout was third at 4A state meet with area-best 4:17.33.
3,200-meter run: Ben Huffman, Providence Day, Jr.: NCISAA 3A runner-up had best area time of 9:18.32 in the Arcadia Invitational in California.
110-meter hurdles: Jerome Beatty, Vance, Sr.: Cougars standout had area-best 14.40 to win 4A West Regional title.
300-meter hurdles: Erin Jenkins, Vance, Sr.: 4A state runner-up ran personal-record, area-best 37.82 ... N.C. State signee.
4 x 100-meter relay: Mallard Creek (Cam Mattison, Vernon Grier, Quashawn Cunningham, Brian Walker) 4A state runner-up with Observer-best time of 42.05.
4 x 200-meter relay: Mallard Creek (Cam Mattison, Vernon Grier, Quashawn Cunningham, Brian Walker) 4A state champions ran Observer area-best 1:26.81.
4 x 400-meter relay: Mallard Creek (Vernon Grier, JoJo Kilumbu, Isaiah Williams, Brian Walker) Maverick quartet finished thid at state meet with best time of 3:20.55.
4 x 800-meter relay: Rock Hill Northwestern (Christian Acker, Anthony Dean, Chad Fennell, Chris Gossett) Trojans relay was third at state meet with Observer-best 7:51.07.
Long jump: Cameron Stinson, Hickory, Sr. 3A state champion had areas best jump of 23-4.5 at Taco Bell Classic.
Triple jump: Terrance Morris, Chester, Sr. S.C. 3A champion jumped an area-best 46-6.
High jump: Elijah Edwards, Garinger, Sr. 4A state runner-up had an Observer-best jump of 6-8 to win 4A Western Regional title.
Pole vault: Isaiah Henderson, Maiden, Jr. 2A state runner-up had areas best vault of 14-0.
Discus: Marcus Abraham, Metrolina Christian, So. NCISAA champion had area-best 157-02 throw.
Shot put: Myquon Stout, Carson, Jr. Was third at 3A state championships, but threw area-best 58-9 at Rowan County Championships.
100-meter dash: Cameron Stinson, Hickory, Sr., 10.66
200-meter dash: Quashawn Cunningham, Mallard Creek, Jr., 21.62
400-meter dash: Kwame Donyinah, Myers Park, Sr., 48.36
800-meter run: David Yang, Providence, Sr., 1:54.54
1,600-meter run: Ben Huffman, Providence, Jr., 4:18.98
3,200-meter run: Patrick Sheehan, Lake Norman, Sr., 9:28.62
110-meter hurdles: Erin Jenkins, Vance, Sr., 14.60 and Elijaah Goins, Cox Mill, Sr. 14.67
300-meter hurdles: Breon Borders, Statesville, Sr., 38.59
4 x 100-meter relay: Rock Hill (Tre Thompson, Thailand Adams, Malik Crawford, DAngelio Nash), 42.11
4 x 200-meter relay: Marvin Ridge (Taurean McNair, Justin Titgen, Evan Wright, Logan Jackson), 1:28.11
4 x 400-meter relay: North Mecklenburg (Rashaan Williams, Jaiquan Manning, Nicholas Lawson, Michael Parkins), 3:20.96
4 x 800-meter relay: Providence (Wyatt Maxey, Dylan Cohen, David Yang, Daniel Kim), 7:53.37
Long jump: Aaron Tindall, Olympic, Sr., 22-11
Triple jump: Resean Bledsoe, Salisbury, Sr., 46-4
High jump: Jordan Warren, Hickory Ridge, Sr. and Chris Wray, Shelby, Sr., 6-7
Pole vault: Marshall Shank, East Rowan, So., 13-9
Discus: Myquon Stout, Carson, Jr., 153-9
Shot put: Peter Kalambayi, Butler, Sr., 55-0
All-Observer boys runner of the year: Trentavis Friday, Cherryville
All-Observer boys field event athlete of the year: Marcus Abraham, Metrolina Christian
All-Observer boys coach of the year: Ben Hovis, Providence Day
All-Regional boys runner of the year: Trentavis Friday, Cherryville
All-Regional boys field event athlete of the year: Marcus Abraham, Metrolina Christian
All-Regional boys coach of the year: Cameron Starr, Marvin Ridge
All-Mecklenburg boys runner of the year: Kwame Donyinah, Myers Park
All-Mecklenburg boys field event athlete of the year: Aaron Tindall, Olympic
All-Mecklenburg boys coach of the year: Ben Hovis, Providence Day
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