"But then I step on the track and it all disappears. ... I love to win."
The Williamsport boys also got victories from Cortez Boyce in the 100 (11.35), Justin Bowie in the 110 hurdles (15.45) and Sean Dixon in the triple jump (42-1). They also won the 4x200 (1:34.00).
Cayla Broadwater won the high jump with a personal-best leap of 5 feet, 6 inches and added a victory in the triple jump (34-7) for the Williamsport girls, who also won the 4x200 (1:48.97) and 4x400 (4:09.35).
Broadwater, who won the state title in the high jump last year at 5-2, described her victory in that event Thursday as "the greatest moment of the season."
"Oh, wow," she said. "My personal goal this year was 5-4."
Boonsboro junior Scott Rice had the meet's top performance as he cleared 14 feet to win the boys pole vault by more than two feet. He set a school record and equaled the Washington County all-time mark. David Miller jumped 14 for North Hagerstown in 2001.
"I finally got it. I'm so happy," said Rice, who cleared 14 on his second attempt at the height Thursday. "All season that's what I've been going for. I've been practicing all season for it."
Rice, whose previous best was 13-8, missed his next three attempts at 14-6.
"Hopefully I'll get 14-6 at states," he said.
Boonsboro's Katie Farr completed the Warriors' sweep of the event, winning the girls pole vault at 8-10.
Williamsport's Michael Lilley, the defending state champ in the boys 1,600, finished second in both the 1,600 (4:30.48) and 3,200 (9:54.08). Catoctin's Ceth Parker won both (4:29.51 and 9:50.30).
"I was just going for decent times and just trying to qualify," Lilley said. "It felt really good, really easy. I had a lot left in me.
"No one wants to walk away being a regional champ and then not win at states. At states, I'm going to give it my all and hopefully it will be all right."
Clear Spring's Paige Shirk, the reigning state champ in the girls shot put, won her first region title in the event with a throw of 34-1.
Smithsburg's Tyler Barnhart remained undefeated in May in the boys discus, adding to his conference and county titles with a winning throw of 129-9 Thursday.
"If Barnhart throws in the high 130s, low 140s at states, he has a chance," Smithsburg coach Ray Shriver said. "He's been in the 130s a few times this season."
The Smithsburg boys also won the 4x100 (45.38) and 4x400 (3:33.87).