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First Time Is A Charm At Girls' State Indoor Track Finals

     After two days of a highly entertaining and electric atmosphere, the 2012 State Indoor Track & Field Championships came to a close at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex by crowning  three first time team champions and one very familiar team champ. Select the links above to view the complete event by event results for each meet. (Updated 10:30 a.m., 2/22/12)

     On the first day of competition, the Boonsboro Girl's team took home their first ever State 1A Indoor Track & Field crown with 108 points to top Baltimore's Northwestern, who scored 79 points for the runner-up spot. In Class 2A, Liberty put up 80 points to also score their first ever State Indoor Track & Field title. Largo totaled 44 points and took home the State Finalist trophy.

     On day two of competition, the Eleanor Roosevelt Girls' team scored 49 points to overcome runner-up Northwest's 46 point total in Class 4A.  It was Roosevelt's 21st State Indoor Track & Field Champion trophy.  In Class 3A the Hereford Girls' team won their first ever state indoor title with 65 points besting Milford Mill Academy's 54 point total.

     There are many people that we need to thank for their sincere hard work, time, and effort throughout the season but especially during the region and state meets. First and foremost, the State Indoor Track Committee along with each of the Region Meet Directors and the host of workers, volunteer and otherwise, deserve kudos for organizing all of these meets, verifying times, and making the meets run smoothly. No one knows how easy you make a tough job look! Secondly, we thank the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex and their most helpful staff in permitting us to host region and state meets at their fine facility. We deeply appreciate all of the cooperation we receive and look forward to continuing to work together in the future to provide the best meet environment for our student-athletes. We can't wait for next year!

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