Keith Chatmon swept the hurdles races and Eastern Tech went one-two in both the shotput and discus to lead the Mavericks to a third-place finish in the Class 2A North Regional championships on Saturday at Randallstown High.
Chatmon won the 110 (15.02) and 300 hurdles (41.52), while Ryan Strait won the shotput (46-9) and discus (117-0).
Zachary Lang finished second in both the shotput (39-3) and discus (105-3).
Hereford won the boys team title over New Town, 137-124. Eastern Tech was third with 91 points, followed by Central (84), Patterson (75), Crossland (63), Gwynn Park (47) and Owings Mills (43).
Darius Adams took second in the 200 meters (22.67) and third in the 100 meters (11.28), and Micah Frempong finished fourth in the 800 meters (2:07.28).
All qualified to compete in the Class 2A state championship meet on Thursday and Saturday at Morgan State University.
For the Maverick girls, Reese Kropp finished fourth in both the 800 meters (2:47.97) and the ,1600 meters (6:13.78). Chelsea Umezurike took third in the 300 hurdles (48.36).
The 3,200-relay of Kropp, Makayla Brown, Katie Stevenson amd Karson Marcellino finished second with a time of 11:41.63, and the 800-relay of Lynelle Martin, Tolulope Iyanoye, Umezurike and Autumn Burgess was third in 1:49.95.
They also all advanced to the state championship meet.
Martin finished fifth in the 100 meters (13.26), and Burgess took fifth in the 200 meters (26.05).
Burgess was fifth in the long jump and Martin was sixth, both with a distance of 14-4.
The Eastern Tech girls were fifth in the team standings. Hereford won the team title with 277 points, followed by Central (72), Crossland (55), Owings Mills (52), Eastern Tech (46), New Town (41), and Patterson (31).
In the Class 1A North Region championships, also at Randallstown on Saturday, Makayla Davis of Chespeake won regional title in the shotput (35-5.25) and the discus (96-10).
Atinuke Fakunie took third in the 100 meters (12.95) and sixth in the 200 meters (26.48) for the Bayhawks.
Chesapeake finished seventh overall in the girls’ team standings. Sparrows Point edged Western Tech 116-113, followed by Randallston (107), Carver A&T (99), Loch Raven (50), Pikesville (37) and Chesapeake (33).
Pikesville won the boys team title over Western Tech, 198.5 to 162. Chespeake finished 12th with five points.