100 meters:

Shanae Bailey, Swenson, sophomore.

Bailey posted a time of 11.81 seconds - the fastest in the state this season - to win the Public League Championship. She also swept Class AA's District 12 and state titles.

200: Ije Iheoma, Council Rock South, senior.

Iheoma's winning time of 24.17 at the Class AAA state meet was the state's best time. She was the District 1 Class AAA and Suburban One Continental champion.

400: Ije Iheoma, Council Rock South, senior.

The Florida signee ran a personal-best time of 54.41 to win her third Class AAA state-meet title. It was the fastest time in the state. Iheoma also swept the District 1 Class AAA and Suburban One Continental titles.

800: Shaniel Chambers, Chester, senior.

Chambers finished in 2 minutes, 12.18 seconds, the state's second-fastest time, to take second at the Class AAA state meet. The South Florida signee also won her third consecutive District 1 Class AAA title, in 2:12.32.

1,600: Ally Ludwick, Pennsbury, junior.

Ludwick posted the area's fastest time, 4:59.67, to finish fifth at the Class AAA state meet. She swept the District 1 Class AAA and Suburban One National races.

3,200: Meghan Lutz, Nazareth Academy, senior.

Lutz's winning time of 10:43.25 at the Class AAA state meet was the area's best. She also ran a 10:51.79 to win the District 1 Class AAA race.

100 hurdles: Ryann Krais, Methacton, senior.

Krais ran a 13.50 to finish second at the Taco Bell Classic in Columbia, S.C. It was the nation's sixth-fastest time by a high school girl this season. The UCLA signee later won her fourth consecutive District 1 Class AAA title in a wind-aided 13.54.

300 hurdles: Ryann Krais, Methacton, senior.

Krais posted the nation's fifth-fastest time by a prep girl (41.60) this year to win her fourth straight District 1 Class AAA title. It was also the best time in the state. She later ran a 41.68 to collect her fourth straight Class AAA state gold medal.

400 hurdles: Ryann Krais, Methacton, senior.

She ran the nation's fastest high school girls' time of 58.96 to win the Taco Bell Classic. The all-American followed that with the nation's second-best time, 59.62, to win her second straight Penn Relays title.

Shot put: Karen Shump, Penncrest, senior.

Shump won the Delco Relays title by producing a state-best 47-foot, 11-inch effort. It was tied for the 10th-best effort by a high school girl in the nation this year. The Oklahoma signee went on to win her fourth consecutive District 1 Class AAA and Class AAA state-meet titles.

Discus: Karen Shump, Penncrest, senior.

The standout won the Springfield Invitational with a state-best throw of 151-8. She followed that up by sweeping gold medals at the Delco Championships, the Central League Championships, the District 1 Class AAA meet, and the Class AAA state meet.

Javelin: Matilda Pancoast, Unionville, senior.

Pancoast placed third at the Class AAA state meet with an area-best heave of 136-8. She is also the District 1 Class AAA and Ches-Mont champion.

Pole vault: Tory Worthen, Council Rock South, junior.

Worthen cleared 12-91/2 - the state's second-best height - to finish second at the Class AAA state meet. It was the 13th-best height in the nation by a high school girl this season. She was the District 1 Class AAA meet champion and Penn Relays runner-up.

High jump: Ryann Krais, Methacton, senior.

Krais cleared a state-best 5-8 to place first at the Suburban One American meet. Krais also won her first Class AAA state title in the event.

Long jump: Ryann Krais, Methacton, senior.

Krais won her third consecutive Class AAA state-meet title with a leap of 19-2. A week earlier, she nabbed her third straight District 1 Class AAA crown.

Triple jump: Joelle Neilson, Girls High, senior.

Neilson produced the state's fourth-best effort this season, 38-83/4, to finish fourth at the Penn Relays. The Lafayette recruit also won the District 12 Class AAA and Public League titles for the second straight season.

4x100: Swenson (Jayee Wright, Anthonia "Mouse" Ballard, Vanessa Mack, Bailey).

The quartet ran the state's second-fastest time, 47.73, to place first at the District 12 Class AA meet. The relay later won its second straight Class AA state title.

4x400: Chester (Quanisha Miller, Michelle Robinson, Shaniel Chambers, Rayianna Johnson).

The foursome posted the state's best time, 3:50.20, to finish first at the Class AAA state meet. The Clippers also placed first at the District 1 Class AAA meet.

4x800: Gwynedd-Mercy Academy (Meredith Jones, Kelly McEldrew, Erin Ryan, Taylor Bumpas).

The quartet ran 9:04.35 to finish first at the Class AAA state meet. It was the fastest time in the state and third fastest in the nation by a high school girls' relay team this season.

- Keith Pompey