Wesley Chapel senior Ravin Gilbert won two regional titles in the 100- and 400-meter and placed second in the 200 at regionals April 19 at Titusville Astronaut.
Gilbert, a Georgia State University signee, ran the 100 in 12.09 seconds, winning by 0.05, while finishing the 400 and 200 in 59.25 and 25.47, respectively.
It is the second straight year the senior has reached the Class 2A state meet in the sprint events but the first she has qualified in the 400. Gilbert finished seventh overall in both the 100 and 200 last season.
She will be joined at states by teammate Courtney Prengaman, who finished as runner-up in the high jump. The junior, who will compete at states for the first time, cleared 5-feet 4-inches.
The 2A state meet is April 28 at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville starting at 1 p.m.
Mauger advances to states
Academy at the Lakes’ Andrea Mauger placed fourth in the shot put at regionals April 19 at Orlando First Academy, becoming the first in program history to make states. The junior, who won a district title the week before, posted 33 feet 11.5 inches.
Carrollwood Day School (CDS) senior Bailey Drury also earned a spot at states during the same meet by placing fourth in the 400-meters (1 minute 1.24 seconds).
In other Class 1A regional action, Bishop McLaughlin qualified two athletes April 19 at Shorecrest Prep. Boys discus thrower Evan Barhonvich finished as runner-up (138-09) and girls shot putter Taylor McDonald placed third (32-11).
The 1A state meet is April 27 at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville starting at 1 p.m.
–All results as recorded by the High School Athletic Association
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