The Vikings’ girls’ 4x800 relay (Carrie Price, Brooke Webster, Cassidy Shockley, Qualies) placed eighth (12:19.33) and their boys’ 4x400 (Goodwin, Taylor, Dante Meekins, Koletsky) also finished eighth (3:57.36).
Kent Island’s girls were led by Fiona Mulligan who placed sixth in the 2A pole vault (8 feet 6 inches). The Buccaneers’ boys got a third-place finish by Brandon Nichols in the 1,600 run (4:33.44). Cade Stanfield placed sixth in the 800 (2:07.83).
North Caroline’s top showing came from Katie Saathoff who placed third in the girls’ 2A pole vault, clearing 10 feet on her second attempt. The Bulldogs’ 4x800 relay (Megan Hannegan, Pearl Sutton, Sierra Reynolds, Kyra Schulties) placed fourth with a time of 10:24.04. Elizabeth Walston finished fifth in the 500 (1:20.10). Kelsey Sloan took sixth in the high jump (410), and Mia Phillips was eighth in the 55-meter hurdles (9.25).
Christopher Hale led the Bulldogs’ boys with a fourth in the hurdles (8.09). Devin Robinson cleared 12 feet in the pole vault on his third attempt to finish eighth.
Queen Anne’s Keashia Johnson picked up the Lions’ only team points with a seventh in the girls’ 300 (42.69).
Cambridge-South Dorchester’s Zhihong Pang competes in the boys’ pole vault Monday afternoon during the Class 1A state indoor track and field championships at Prince George’s Sports & Learning Center in Landover. Pang cleared 11 feet on his second attempt to place fifth.