The Dunwoody boys track team followed their first county championship earlier this month by winning the Region 6-AAAA title on April 20.
James Dwyer won the 1,600 meters and the 3,200 to help the Wildcats defeat second-place Tucker 94.5-93.5. Dazel Clator finished second in both the 100 and 200.
Tucker won the 4x400 relay and Miles Harris claimed the Tigers’ only individual title by winning the 400.
Redan finished third with 91 points and had four individual champions—Troy Howard, 110 hurdles; Jamar Sims, long jump; Kedemah Howard, triple jump; and Alex Dyer, discus. Redan also won the 4x100 relay.
Southwest DeKalb placed fourth with 77.5 points and had two individual champions—Chris Morris, 300 hurdles; and Malcolm Brock, high jump. Also, Antonio Carter of Miller Grove won the 800 and Nathan Daniel of Marist won the pole vault.
Cedar Grove finished second in the Region 5-AAA boys meet that concluded April 20. Woodward Academy won the meet with 116 points and the Saints had 84. Cedar Grove won both the 4x100 and 4x400 relays, and had two individual champions. Greg Terrell won the 100 and Lamar Terry won the shot put.
St. Pius won four events to place fourth overall. Brendan Hoban won both the 1600 and 3200 meter races and Nikita Kirilov won the pole vault. Also, the Golden Lions placed first in the 4x800 relay.
Other individual champions from DeKalb schools were Tamaric Johnson, Stone Mountain, 200 and 400; Ronnin O’Quinn, Towers, 300 hurdles; Fred Scott, Stone Mountain, long jump; Anthony Loyd, Druid Hills, triple jump.
M.L. King won five individual titles and a relay title to claim second place in the Region 2-AAAAA girls championship that ended April 25. Jada Martin won the 100 and 200 meters, Felicia Brown won the 400 and Rodreka Chambliss placed first in the 1600. Also, Jalisa Terrell won the high jump and the Lions finished first in the 4x100 relay.
Westlake won the girls meet with a total of 153.5 points and M.L. King was second with 134. Stephenson placed fourth in the eight-team event.
Stephenson placed fifth in the 2-AAAAA boys meet. M.L. King’s B.J. Burney won the 110 hurdles for 10 of the Lions’ 12 points in the meet.