The girls’ team finished second overall.
Maddy Kline had a career day, being named top girls’ athlete in the district. Kline finished first in the high jump, triple jump and 500-meter run. She finished second in the 300-meter dash and third in the 55-meter hurdles.
Hannah Meador continued her pole vault dominance with a 11 feet, six inches mark for her third straight JD championship. She also finished fifth in the triple jump.
Nicki Douma finished third in both the 1,600-meter run and 1,000-meter run. In the 3,200-meter run, Stephanie Bossong and Devon Burger finished fourth and fifth, respectively.
In the shot put, La’Dietra Jackson finished third while Courtney Searcy finished fourth.
The Fluvanna boys’ finished third in the district championships.
Chance Parmly took the JD championship again in the pole vault. The senior cleared 14 feet, six inches for the 2013 title.
Senior Chris Markham won the 3,200-meter run and finished second in the 1,600-meter run. Travis Moe took second, behind Markham, in the 3,200-meter run.
Deiondre Key was the third Fluco to take a title. He finished first in the shot put. Teammate Nate Szarmach finished fourth in the same event.
Terrell Key finished fished fourth in both the high jump and triple jump. KaShawn Anderson finished fifth in the high jump while Markyll Bland took fifth in the triple jump.
Jordan Thacker finished third in the 300-meter dash and fourth in the 55-meter dash. Tyler Hartzog claimed fifth in the 55-meter hurdles.
The Region II championships will be at Fork Union Military Academy on Feb. 13.
Editor’s note: Chris Markham interns for Fluco Blog.