Isaiah Gills had favorable winds in capturing silver medals in two events, the long jump on the west runway Thursday and the triple jump on the east runway on Saturday. He sailed 21-9 on his final leap of the long jump and 46-2 on his third effort of the triple jump. The latter brought the Harford Tech senior to within 3 inches of the Harford County record set 36 years ago. Dennis Pink also scored in two jumps for Tech, placing seventh in the high jump at 5-10 and eighth in the long jump at 20-5 1/2.

Fallston finished ninth among 2A boys' teams with 24 points. The foursome of Jacob Hatcher, Ean Hall, Chris West and Chris Johnson placed third in the 4x100 relay in 43.57 and fifth in the 4x200 in 1:30.68.

Hatcher took fourth in the long jump at 21-4 1/2, almost a foot beyond his previous best. Hall finished fourth in the 400 in 50.68 and Johnson was seventh in two dashes, running 11.16 in the 100 and 22.82 in the 200.

Lauren Woollen and Marissa Walker scored 11 1/2 points for Fallston's girls. Woolen tied for third in the high jump at 5-3 and Walker was fourth in the vault at 9-6.

North Harford's Kevin Mackey, a state champ in indoor track, finished second in the shot put at 50-10 1/2 and third in the discus at 139-2. Tyler Campbell threw 44-2 for 10th in the shot put and Tyler Ayers, 126-1 for 10th in the discus.

The Hawks' Nick Fransham set a school record in the 3200 in placing sixth in 9:31.31. He bettered by 0.69-second the mark set by Noah Hutton in 2010.

In the girls' 3200, Megan Tidey placed seventh in 11:40.69. Pete Meehan was eighth in the pole vault at 11-6, one place ahead of teammate Jake Creighton, 11-0. Abby Phillips was sixth in the girls' vault at 8-6.

In Class 2A, Joppatowne's Brittany Meads finished sixth in the 100 in 12.76 and seventh in the 200 in 26.33. Joppatowne junior Jhaimel Johnson threw 42-09 in the boys' shot put, placing 12th.

Bel Air's 4x100 team placed seventh in 3A. The foursome of Josh Jones, Devin Bowers, Joe Whilden and Hunter Smith ran 44.02.

In Class 1A, Okehie Ihuoma and Maddie Larrimore of Havre de Grace placed eighth and ninth, respectively, in the girls' triple jump at 31-0 and 30-10 1/2. Amy Kling was ninth in the shot put at 29-2. Scott Elliott was 12th in the long jump at 18-5 1/4 and Geno Nappi, 14th in the high jump at 5-6.