Here's a look at all-Southeastern first-team members:

100 meters: Shanae Bailey, Swenson, junior. Bailey posted a hand-held time of 11.74 seconds - the fastest in the state this season - to win the District 12 Class AAA championships. She also swept the Public League and Class AA state titles.

200: Rayiana Johnson, Chester, junior. Johnson's time of 24.24 in the Class AAA state meet semifinals was the state's best time. She followed that by cruising in 24.52 to easily win the final. She was the District 1 Class AAA and Delaware County champion.

400: Brittany Wallace, Penn Wood, senior. The University of Houston signee ran a school-record time of 55.08 to win the Class AAA state-meet title. It was the fastest time in the state. Wallace also swept the District 1 Class AAA and Delaware County titles.

800: Taylor Bumpas, Gwynedd-Mercy, senior. Bumpas finished in 2 minutes, 9 seconds to win the Class AAA state-meet race. Hers was the state's fastest time, and only 13 competitors in the nation ran faster, according to Dyestat.com. The Maryland signee also won the District 1 Class AAA title.

1,600: Sheena Crawley, Conestoga, senior. Crawley posted the area's fastest time, 4:55.83, to finish third at the Class AAA state meet. Her time was the third-fastest in the state.

3,200: Nicole Lord, Penncrest, senior. Lord ran the area's fastest time, 10:47.96, to win the District 1 Class AAA race. The first-year participant then placed fourth in the Class AAA state meet race in 10:48.63.

100 hurdles: Leah Nugent, Abington, sophomore. Nugent ran an area-best time of 14.29 in the District 1 Class AAA trials. She later won the final in 14.30.

300 hurdles: Leah Nugent, Abington, sophomore. Nugent posted the nation's fourth-fastest time, 41.46, according to track historian Jim Spiers, to win the Class AAA state gold medal. Her meet-record-tying time was also the best time in the state. She also won the District 1 Class AAA title.

Shot put: Shante Evans, West Chester Henderson, senior. Evans won the District 1 Class AAA meet title by producing the state's second-best effort, 46 feet, 4¼ inches. The Hofstra basketball signee went on to win the Class AAA state title.

Discus: Shante Evans, West Chester Henderson, senior. The standout won the Chest-Mont League Championships title with the state's fourth-best throw, 135-6. She followed that by winning the gold medal at the District 1 Class AAA meet and placing fourth in the Class AAA state competition.

Javelin: Meghan Morton, St. Pius X, junior. Morton placed third at the Class AA state meet with an area-best heave of 138-1. She is also was the District 1 Class AA and Pioneer Athletic Conference champion.

Pole vault: Tory Worthen, Council Rock South, senior. Worthen cleared 12-10 - the state's best height - to place first at the Lady Rocker Invitational. Only 10 girls cleared higher heights in the nation, according to Dyestat.com. The Princeton-bound standout was the District 1 Class AAA meet champion and the Penn Relays and Class AAA state-meet runner-up.

High jump: Kristin Smith, Souderton, senior. Smith cleared a state second-best 5-9 to place first at the Class AAA state meet. The Naval Academy recruit also swept the District 1 Class AAA and Suburban One Continental Conference titles.

Long jump: Courtney Kedra, Phoenixville, junior. Kedra won the Ken Montgomery meet title with a state-best leap of 19-5½. The junior also nabbed the Class AAA state, District 1 Class AAA, and PAC-10 titles.

Triple jump: Jordan Matthews, Abington, freshman. Matthews produced the area's best effort this season, 38-5, to win the SOL National Championships event. It was her only time competing in the event in a major meet.

4x100: Abington (Jenny Ryan, Jordan Matthews, Nicole Grasty, Leah Nugent). The quartet ran the state's fastest time, 47.51, to place first at the District 1 Class AAA meet. When all four ran together, no team in Pennsylvania could beat the Ghosts.

4x400: Abington (Jordan Matthews, Nicole Grasty, Jenny Ryan, Leah Nugent). The foursome posted the state's best time, 3:48.44, to win the High School Girls' Philadelphia Area race at the Penn Relays. The Ghosts also placed first at the District 1 Class AAA and Class AAA state meets.

4x800: Conestoga (Dina Ramadane, Kacie O'Neill, Meghan Shanley, Marta Klebe). The quartet ran 9:09.94 to finish first at the Class AAA state meet. It was the fastest time in the state. Only nine teams in the country had faster times, according to Dyestat.com.

- Keith Pompey