While the Hornets may have ran away with the Bryant Relays, North Little Rock put up a good showing on the track as well.

The Charging Wildcats finished third, just behind Cabot’s second-place finish. The Lady Charging Wildcats finished in fourth place, while the school finished in third overall.

The North Little Rock boys didn’t win any events, but did place several in the top ten and many in the top five.

Anthony Louden had the best individual day for the Wildcats, finishing second in both the 100m and 200m Dash. Dion Tidwell also had a runner-up finish, taking second in the Discus.

Ed’Zemien Lyons placed in a pair of events, finishing third in the 110m High Hurdles and seventh in the 300m High Hurdles. Steven Babb finished third in the 300m HH.

Victor Anderson also placed in two events, taking fifth in the Triple Jump and seventh in the Long Jump.

The Wildcats had two place in Pole Vault, with Clayton Smith finishing third and James Wallace coming in fifth.

Kavin Alexander finished fourth in the 100m Dash, while Kaleb Jones was fifth in the 800m Run.

North Little Rock finished third in the 4x800 Relays.

The Lady Charging Wildcats picked up a bulk of their points thanks to Malica Monk.

Monk won the High Jump, the Long Jump and the Triple Jump. She finished third in the 100m Dash.

Brandi Hughes finished sixth in the 100m Dash and fourth in the 200m Dash. Lagradia Nelson came in third in the 400m and seventh in the Triple Jump.

Emily Walker had a tenth place finish in the Discus. The 4x800 Relay Team finished ninth.

Central Arkansas Christian also sent some athletes to the meet, with Michael Games finishing fourth in the boys 1600m Run. Kristiana Watson had a solid day for the Lady Mustangs, finishing first in the 200m Dash and fifth in the 100m Dash. Rachel Mina was the runner-up in the 400m.