DOVER-FOXCROFT — After hours of intense competition, the Class B boys’ track and field championships ended where they began Saturday.

In a tie.

Mt. Desert Island and York each finished with 86 points, leaving athletes on both teams to wonder if they left points on the table, but without regrets.

“All I can think of is, I got three seconds (in the shot put, discus and javelin), and I wonder what would have happened if I threw one of them just an inch farther,” said Croix Albee of Mt. Desert. “But everyone worked as hard as they could.”

Jake Martin of York echoed Albee’s sentiments.

“I’m happy. We gave it all today, through all the ups and downs,” Martin said. “I don’t mind sharing (the title). We came in with the mindset, let’s just play and compete, and see how it goes, and we did that.”

Greely won the girls’ championship with 67 points, 10 ahead of runner-up York.

The York boys held a two-point lead over the Trojans entering the final event, the 1,600 relay. Mt. Desert took first and York placed second, creating the overall tie.

A disqualification in the 800 meters also contributed to the outcome. Nick Dall of Waterville surged past Travis Nickerson of Cony over the final 200 meters to finish first, but then was disqualified when it was ruled he took multiple steps off the track.

Nickerson was awarded first place and the other racers also moved up one spot. This pushed Jose Chumbe of Mt. Desert from sixth place to fifth, giving the Trojans three points in the event instead of two.

Greely took control of the girls’ meet with its depth in the distance events. Carolyn Todd and Marin Provencher finished 2-3 in both the 1,600 and 3,200 for the Rangers behind Lily Horne of Freeport, who won both events.

Elizabeth Brown won the high jump for Greely with a leap of 5 feet, the Rangers’ only individual title.

Sarah Cox of Waterville repeated as state champion in the shot put, and it took a personal record on her final throw to do it. Cox threw 41 feet, 5 3/4 inches on her final try to slip past Christa Carr of Maine Central Institute (40-10 3/4).

“I had to just throw. At that point I had to have fun or it wouldn’t happen,” said Cox, who also won the discus with a personal record of 118 feet, 9 inches.

Kaylee Porter of Erskine Academy closed her high school career with her third 800-meter state championship in four years. Porter led from the outset of her race, finishing with a time of 2 minutes, 20.70 seconds.

“I like to go out a little faster than I should. It reminds me to race,” Porter said. “(The third title) means a lot to me. It proves all my hard work paid off.”

Luke Laverdiere of Yarmouth capped his career with dominant victories in the 1,600 and 3,200. Laverdiere’s 4:23.09 in the 1,600 was 11 seconds better than Sam Russ of Lincoln Academy. In the 3,200, Laverdiere’s 9:45.49 was 30 seconds ahead of Greely’s Luke Marsanskis.

Mt. Blue enjoyed an excellent day in the 1,600-meter race walk, with Julia Hatch winning the girls’ title (8:57.21) and Enrico Echevarria winning the boys’ event.

Echevarria and Brady Harrod of York were neck and neck throughout the final lap. While Harrod was ultimately disqualified for breaking form, Echevarria said staying composed and in form was at the front of his mind as he finished the race in 7:52.11.

“When I saw him right next to me, I was thinking I’ve to go for it, and to get that form. It was a tough lap. I was a little worried that last 100 meters but I was thinking about my training,” Echevarria said.

Nicole Daigle of Leavitt took the 100 title, leaning at the finish to edge Ashley Anderson of Mt. Desert in 12.56 seconds.

“I knew she was right on me,” Daigle said.

Darcy Cochran of Cape Elizabeth was a double winner, capturing the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.

Cochran cruised to her win in the 100 hurdles with a time of 14.94 seconds, just over a second better than Hannah Hopkins of Brewer. Cochran was equally impressive in the 300 hurdles, running 45.97 seconds to Audrey Grimes of York’s 47.27.

Breaking the 15-second barrier in the 100 hurdles was Cochran’s goal.

“It was pretty good,” she said. “I came here looking to PR.”

Gabby Low of Cony won the javelin with a throw of 111 feet, 11 inches.

“The wind was working against me. On my last throw I just got in the zone,” Low said.

Payton Goodwin of Lawrence won the girls’ long jump with a jump of 16-5 1/2. Jake Warn of Winslow was a repeat winner in the boys’ triple jump at 44-21/2. And Connor McGuire of Gardiner won the high jump with a leap of 6 feet, 2 inches.