Phillips, who also was the county and conference runner-up in the 300, capped the winter by placing 27th out of 82 girls in the 60-meter dash at Nike Indoor Nationals in Boston in 7.94 seconds.
"She was very determined to excel," North coach Brian Myers said. "In the beginning of the season, she said, 'I'm going to go out and give 100 percent in practice and 100 percent in meets, and I want to win.' She was just very focused this year. She wanted to win on the team level and on the individual level.
"At practices, she would be there encouraging teammates, working on handoffs with teammates not even on her relays."
Phillips said she expects more of the same from herself this spring. She recently began the outdoor season by winning the 100 and 200 at the Screaming Eagle Invitational at Seneca Valley.
"It's my last year in high school, and you just want to leave knowing you did everything you could possibly do to make this year as good as it could possibly be," Phillips said. "I want to be able to look back and have no regrets about anything."
Her future plans include competing in college.
"I'm thinking maybe Morgan State University," she said. "I'm really focusing on that school, but I haven't made up my mind."
Joining Phillips on the all-county first team are:
Renee Barnes, Williamsport
The sophomore was the county, conference and 1A West runner-up in the 500. She won state bronze in the 4x800.
Stephanie Breen, Smithsburg
The senior scored points at the 1A state meet in four events (500, 800, 4x400 and 4x800) for the state runner-up Leopards.
Mia Cardone, Smithsburg
The freshman capped her first indoor season by winning 1A state bronze in the 55 dash.
Erika Gerhold, Smithsburg
The senior placed third in the 1A state pole vault after tying for second in the event at the region meet.
Alison Harrell, North Hagerstown
The senior won county titles in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 and conference titles in the 1,600 and 3,200.
Jonelle Jerwick, Smithsburg
The junior was the 1A state runner-up in the pole vault after winning county, conference and West region titles in the event. She also was a consistent point scorer in the high jump.
Lauren Johnson, Smithsburg
The sophomore had her best races at the 1A state meet, placing fourth in the 1,600 and sixth in the 3,200.
Katie Miller, Boonsboro
The junior was the conference champ and 1A West runner-up in the 55 hurdles.
Katie Ritter, North Hagerstown
The senior was the county and conference champ in the 300 and the runner-up in the county and conference 55 and the 2A West 300. She won state silver in the 4x200.
Paige Shirk, Clear Spring
The senior capped her undefeated season in the shot put by successfully defending her 1A state title.
Beth Wagner, North Hagerstown
The junior won state silver in the 4x200 and bronze in the high jump. She was the county champ in the 55 hurdles and high jump and the 2A West champ in the hurdles.
Brittany Weaver, Williamsport
The senior was the county, conference and 1A West champ in the 500 and the runner-up at those three meets in the 800. She won state bronze in the 500 and 4x800.
Sarah Wren, Smithsburg
The junior was the 1A West champion in the 300 and a consistent scorer in the 55.
Sarah Zielinski, Boonsboro
The freshman placed third in the 1A state 3,200 and was the runner-up in the county 1,600 and West region 3,200.
All-County Second Team
Charlotte Anderson, Shot put, North Hagerstown, Sophomore
Colleen Black, Shot put, Smithsburg, Senior
Christine Brugh, Mid. distance, North Hagerstown, Senior
Valerie Carey, High jump, Clear Spring, Junior
Taylor Cline, Mid. distance, Smithsburg, Sophomore
Megan Deckert, Pole vault, Boonsboro, Junior
Lyndsie Delosier, Distance, Smithsburg, Junior
Alexis Eichelberger, Distance, North Hagerstown, Junior
Amber Elliott, 4x200/PV, North Hagerstown, Senior
Sarah England, Pole vault, South Hagerstown, Junior
Katina Greene, Shot put, South Hagerstown, Junior
Emily Johnson, Hurdles, Hancock, Sophomore
Karissma Ragland, Sprints, South Hagerstown, Freshman
Emily Simmons, Distance, North Hagerstown, Sophomore
Kendra Smith, Hurdles, North Hagerstown, Senior