WESMINSTER, Md. --Â Katie Ritter won two races in personal-best times in the final day of action at the Maryland Class 2A West championships Saturday at Winters Mill High School.
The North Hagerstown sophomore won the 100-meter dash in 12.42 seconds and the 400 in 58.60.
Ritter, who entered the meet as the defending region champion in the 100 and 200, finished second in the 200 (25.92) and teamed with Renee Phillips, Shuntia Hamilton and Karoline Rueckerl to place second in the 4x100 relay (51.47).
"I was pretty happy because I wasn't expecting to get the 400, but I'm kind of disappointed about the 200," Ritter said. "I just need to work harder for the 200. I was surprised. I was ranked first, and it didn't really work out.
"You can't win them all, but it'd be nice. I'm still going to states and that's what matters."
The North girls finished second out of 11 teams with 86 points. Middletown won with 141.