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Prep track: 2A Regional results

Staff report
Salisburyís girls won six events and finished first in the 2A Midwest Regional held at Cuthbertson High in Waxhaw on Saturday.
The Hornets accumulated 127 points to top Cuthbertson (110), Ashe County (94.5), Piedmont (52.5) and South Stokes (43). Nineteen teams scored points.
Katherine Shields was a double winner for the Hornets, taking the 1600 (5:27.05) and 3200 (12:12.70). Alisha Bradshaw swept the throws, winning the shot (42 feet, 111/2 inches) and discus (121-1).
Emily Shields won the 800 (2:21.9), while Summer Taylor won the 400 (1:00.91).
Bryce Ford was second in the discus (100-4).
Taylor added a second in the triple jump (33-73/4) and a third in the long jump (16-3).
Najwa Allison was second in the 100 (13.06) and third in the 200 (27.03).
Salisbury also did well in the relays, taking seconds in the 4×200 (1:15.11) and 4×400 (4:16.6) and placing fourth in the 4×100.
SHS boys second
Salisburyís boys finished second in the Midwest Regional.
Charlotteís Berry Academy scored 153 points to win the meet. Salisbury (100), Forest Hills (68), Central Davidson (56) and West Stokes (55) followed the Cardinals.
The lone regional champ for the Hornets was Darien Rankin in the high jump (6-6). Rankin added a third in the long jump (20-6) and a fourth in the triple jump (41-61/2).
Keion Adams was second in the shot (46-43/4), while Justin Lewis was second in the 100 hurdles (16.15).
Philip Tonseth shrugged off the disappointment of Fridayís baseball loss to qualify for the state meet in three events.
Tonseth was second in the 1600 (4:41), third in the 800 (2:04.55) and fourth in the 3200 (10:44.34).
Romar Morris qualified for the state meet in two events and will have a chance to defend his titles in the 100 and 200. Morris was third in the 100 on Saturday (10.89) and fourth in the 200 (22.55).
James Means was third in the pole vault (11-0).
William Brown placed fourth in the high jump (6-0) and sixth in the 400 (53.77).
Tyler Downs was sixth in the 300 hurdles (43.32).
The Hornets were second in the 4×100 and third in the 4×400.

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