Jadah Adams, Oxford Hills junior: Adams captured the javelin at the Class A state meet with a record mark of 135-7 to win by 27 feet. It was the top mark in the state this season.

Nyagoa Bayak, Westbrook junior: Bayak won the Class A high jump with a state record of 5-11 and took second in the triple jump (37-4). She also jumped 5-11 while winning the New England title and was second at the New Balance nationals (5-10 1/2).

Victoria Bossong, Cheverus freshman: Bossong won the 100 (12.18) and 400 (56.95) at the Class A state meet, and took second in the 400 at the New England championships (56.27). She set an all-time Maine best in the 400 (56.24) at the New Balance nationals, and her 100-meter time at the state meet was the fastest in the state this year (12.18).

Darcy Cochran, Cape Elizabeth sophomore: Cochran won the 100 hurdles (14.94) and 300 hurdles (45.97) at the Class B state meet, and also took second in the 200 (26.96). At the New England championships, she was third in both the 300 hurdles (45.39) and 100 hurdles (14.91).

Sarah Cox, Waterville junior: Cox placed first in both the shot put (41-5 3/4) and discus (118-9) at the Class B state championships, and her winning shot put mark was the best in the state this season.

Emma Gallant, Cheverus sophomore: Gallant won the 200 in Class A with the fastest time in the state this year (25.57) and took second in the 400 (57.43). She placed fourth in the 400 (57.41) at the New England championships.

Lily Horne, Freeport junior: Horne won the 1,600 (5:13.28) and 3,200 (11:17.84) at the Class B state championships.

Camille Kohtala, Orono junior: Kohtala captured the 200 (26.79) and 400 (58.57) at the Class C state championships.

Malaika Pasch, Falmouth junior: Pasch won the 800 (2:21.95) and 1,600 (5:14.18) at the Class A state championships.

Emma White, Cheverus junior: White was the Class A champion in the long jump (17-5) and triple jump (37-4), and took third in the 100 hurdles (15.52).

COACH OF THE YEAR

Steve Virgilio, Cheverus: Virgilio guided his team to its second straight Class A title, by a 20-point margin over Thornton Academy. Only one of the nine athletes who scored for Cheverus was a senior.