Earlandson was honored for running that 300 hurdles race in 47.93, winning by 1.28 seconds and recording the state's second-best time. The honor could just as well have gone to Barkley Castro, who won the 800 by more than 71/2 seconds.
Allie Perry didn't do too badly in the pole vault, clearing a personal-best 10 feet, 3 inches. That beat her personal best by 3 inches and her season best by 9.
Winfield won four of five relays and Emily Cole took the long jump.
Abby Watson scored a shot put-discus sweep for Hurricane, which also got a 1,600 win from Emily Schwendiman. Watson led a 1-2-3 sweep in the shot, with Taneisha Sturdavent and Colleen Miller.
Peyton Panger of Capital took the 3200, and the Cougars won the 4x100 relay.
Capital took the boys championship, outscoring Ripley 91-84. Winfield was third with 67, meet host George Washington fourth with 57 and Hurricane fifth with 56.
Tristan Slater was honored as Most Outstanding Performer for his 13-1 pole vault. The Cougars won the 4x200 relay and Naquay Little eked out a big win the 100.
The individual winners were more spread out among Kanawha Valley schools. GW's Jacob Jackson won the 200 and 400 to take high-point honors, besting Buffalo's Dylan Rich by a half-point, 221/2-22. Rich won the 800 and 1,600.
St. Albans went 1-2-3 in the shot with Jacob Lomax leading the way, and Russ Henley gave the Dragons a win in the 3,200. Herbert Hoover's Tyler Hagewood won the 110 hurdles, Hurricane's Nathan Wendel won the long jump and Winfield took three relays.
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