Montverde Academy swept the boys' and girls' team titles at the Class 2A state track meet, held at the University of North Florida. The girls' team clinched their first championship with 117 points, while the boys secured their second title in three years by winning the decisive 4x400-meter relay. Victoria Hill from Trinity Prep added her 11th state medal by winning the triple jump with a personal best.

By the Numbers
  • Montverde girls: 117 points for first state title.
  • Montverde boys: 52 points, winning final race in 3:16.50.
  • Victoria Hill: 24 points, new personal best of 39-4 in triple jump.
Yes, But

Montverde's girls' dominance came despite the absence of key athletes Adaejah Hodge and Skyler Franklin, who were unavailable due to Olympic preparation and suspension respectively.

State of Play
  • Montverde's boys' team needed a top-2 finish in the 4x400 meter relay to clinch the title, which they won decisively.
  • Victoria Hill continues to excel in track and field, boosting her success in volleyball.
What's Next

Montverde Academy aims to continue building its powerhouse track program under Coach Gerald Phiri, who draws top-tier talent from across the globe.

Bottom Line

Montverde's exceptional performance underscores their growing dominance in high school track, setting multiple records and showcasing depth even without key athletes, while athletes like Victoria Hill demonstrate remarkable multi-sport talent.