Tabugbo, the top girls sprinter in Howard County, ran 14.30 in the 100-meter hurdle in the preliminary race. She also competed in the 4x100-meter shuttle hurdle with Kimayah Faye, Jannah Hall and Katherin Parris. The relay finished 11th with a time of 1:03.8.
Valentine, who won three gold medals at the state championships in late May, finished 20th in the 400-meter dash. Her time of 55.34 seconds is a personal best and broke the Vikings’ school record, which was previously held by 2012 graduate Michaela Wilkins, who went on to become a four-time All-Big East runner at Villanova.
Valentine, a junior, also competed in three relays — the girls 4x400 relay, the girls 1,000-meter Swedish relay and the mixed 4x400 relay.
The girls 4x400 relay team of Sierrah Matthews, Jaiden Ritter, Garcelle Pierre and Valentine finished 10th with a time of 3:48.97. The time was a personal best, topping their state meet time of 3:50.68, which broke the Class 3A record.
Valentine also teamed up with Matthews, Ritter and Blaire Ridgely for a sixth-place finish in the 1,000 Swedish relay, which is a sprint medley that pairs the 100, 200, 300 and 400 together.
Lastly, Valentine competed in the mixed 4x400 relay alongside Lara Abedin, Joel Evans and Evan Kocsis. They finished 24th with a time of 3:44.