CABOT — The Charging Wildcats had a great day on the track, as North Little Rock took first place in the boys events of the 7A-Central conference track meet held last week in Cabot.

The Lady Wildcats finished sixth, as the school finished fifth overall.

For the boys, Anthony Louden had a big day, winning the 200m dash and finishing second in the 100m dash.

Ed’Zemien Lyons placed in three different events for the Wildcats. He took second in the 300m hurdles, fourth in the 110m hurdles and tied for seventh in the high jump.

Kavin Alexander also placed in three events for North Little Rock. He placed fourth in both the 100m and 200m dashes, and took sixth in the long jump.

Clayton Smith placed second in the pole vault and eighth in the 110m hurdles. Victor Anderson had a leap good for third in the triple jump, and took fifth in the long jump.

Charleston Bonds finished fourth in the triple jump and tenth in the high jump, while James Wallace tied for fourth in the pole vault and was tenth in the 400m dash.

Deion Tidwell’s toss in the discus was good for sixth place, while he also finished tenth in the shot put.

Kaleb Jones finished third in the 800m run, Steven Babb was fourth in the 300m hurdles, Martavious Strozier was sixth in the 110m hurdles, while Josh Howard was sixth in the 300m hurdles. Tariq Spring took sixth in the triple jump.

Jeremy Brockington finished seventh in the 800m run, Andre Merrimen was seventh in the discus, and Curtis Parker was tenth in the discus.

The relay teams had a solid meet, winning the 4x400m relay, while finishing second in the 4x100 and third in the 4x800.

For the Lady Wildcats, Jabreonia Veasey was third in the long jump and seventh in both the 100m hurdles and triple jump. Lagradia Nelson finished fifth in the 200m dash and tenth in the 400m dash.

Tyrianna Green was eighth in the long jump and tenth in the triple jump. Brandi Hughes finished fifth in the 100m dash, Beneisha Williams was sixth in the discus, while Destiny Gaines took eighth in the 400m dash.

The Lady Wildcat relay teams took third in the 4x100 and 4x800, while the 4x400 team placed fourth.