BATH — After Jack Bouchard heaved the javelin to a Class B record mark of 200 feet, 6 inches, he did what has become common for York High boys’ track and field athletes – give credit for his team’s state championship to a teammate.

The Wildcats pulled away from Belfast to win their second Class B outdoor state title in four years. York scored 96 points, while Belfast finished with 85.

Bouchard was one of three individual champions for York, which also won the opening 3,200-meter relay. And there were other Wildcats who contributed to the victory.

“I’m most proud of Caileb (Stanley), who was seeded ninth in the javelin and finished fourth (146-4). It’s his first year doing javelin and I’ve trained with him and worked really hard with him this season,” said Bouchard, who topped the Class B record of 192-9 set by Waterville’s Nick Danner in 2013.

York’s senior class finished with five state championships, including three indoors.

In the girls’ meet, Waterville topped York 118 1/4-87 to win its ninth consecutive outdoor title.

Two girls’ state records were set, both by Lake Region senior Kate Hall, who remained undefeated in individual events at state meets. She won the 100 in 11.69 seconds and soared 20-4 3/4 in the long jump. She also won the 200 (24.82) and ran the anchor leg for Lake Region’s fourth-place 400 relay team (53.22).

Hall beat her long jump record of 19-0 1/2 and her 100 record of 11.81, both set in 2014.

Hall said she was pleased to improve two of her records, but mostly she was happy to jump without wind in her face for the first time this season. She twice jumped farther than 20 feet, eclipsing that mark for the fifth time this season. She set the record with her first jump.

“It’s nice. Rather than consistently jumping in the 19s, I’m jumping consistently in the 20s,” said Hall. “Hopefully I’ve saved the best for New Englands and nationals, when I won’t have to run back and forth to so many events. Hopefully I’ll jump (21 feet).”

Waterville was led by senior Sarah Shoulta, who won the 100 hurdles (15.77) and 300 hurdles (47.65) and took second in the pole vault (9-6). Kelli Bolduc, also a senior, won the triple jump (36-1), finished third in the 100 hurdles (16.16) and fifth in the high jump (4-10), and ran on Waterville’s second-place 1,600 relay team (4:17.84).

“I was a little nervous in the triple jump, but once I jumped 36 it was a relief,” said Bolduc, who has been on eight track state championship teams – four indoors and four outdoors. “There was a lot of pressure on the seniors because we really wanted to win this again. To win eight state titles in track, we really wanted this last one.”

Lauren Brown, a junior, won the 3,200 (11:42.96) and placed second in the 1,600 (5:31.05), and junior Alison Linscott won the high jump (5-2).

In the boys’ meet, York’s win was not guaranteed until the final events.

“Belfast made up serious points. They scored 12 more points than expected. They were in the rear-view mirror the entire time,” said York Coach Ted Hutch.

Along with Bouchard, York was fueled by junior Colt Santoro, who won the 110 hurdles (15.34) and was third in the 300 hurdles (41.92); and senior Tucker Corbett, who won the 400 (50.23), took second in the 200 (22.61) and ran two relays. He anchored the second-place 1,600 relay team (3:33.99) and opened the meet with a 1:56-split for the winning 3,200 relay team (10:04.87).

In addition to Stanley in the javelin, York got unexpected points from Sam Sewall, a junior who was seeded seventh in both the 3,200 and 1,600 but placed fifth in the 3,200 (10:16.84) and sixth in the 1,600 (4:46.20).

“I just really love running with these guys. This state title means a lot to have something tangible to prove we did a great job,” Corbett said. “At states, I don’t think of the next events. I compartmentalize and just focus on each race.”