Brewer won the 2019 girls class b state title.
Cape Elizabeth senior Darcy Cochran will be shooting for her fourth straight 55m hurdle title, she enters as the top seed. Last year's 800m champion Zoe Olson of MDI will be looking to win the 400m title this year, Olson enters with the top time of 61.75.
York won the 2019 Class B Boys State Title
On the boys side the Eagles of Ellsworth will be seeking their first title since 2002. They are coming off a win in the PVC-EMITL small school championship.
Junior Beck Deeny leads the Eagles into the state meet. Deeny is the top seed in the triple jump (42-10 3/4), and long jump 20-4, he'll also compete in the hurdles where he is one of three Ellsworth athletes seeded to score. Henry Scheff is one of those hurdlers as the junior is the top seed with his 8.36, while Jack Sandone is the third seed at 8.38. While sprinter Tulas Weaver is the top seed in the 200m (23.91), and also expected to score in the 55m dash.
Old Town, Belfast, Greely, Brewer & defending champion York will be looking to finish on the podium as well.
Old Town will look for freshman Corbin Flewelling for some key points, Flewelling is seeded second in the high jump (6-1), as well as the fifth seed in both the long and triple jumps. Jumper Elijah Veilleux is the third seed in the triple (41-8 1/4). While the 4x200m is within .15 of the top seed.
Belfast counters with Cole Martin in the 55m dash, the junior is the top seed at 6.69. He is the third seed in the long jump and will run a leg on the 4x200m relay. Greely is paced by distance runner Sam Wilson who is seeded second in both the mile & 2 mile, he could also run a leg on the second ranked 4x800.
Brewer has the top ranked 4x200m, plus shot put specialist Sean Neal (53-11) who ranks second, and Logan Geiser who is the second seed in the 800m.
Defending champion York won't go down without a fight, the wildcats will need a big day from junior Rhys Evans who is the top ranked high jumper (6-3), he a top hurdler as well. The high jump will be a key event as York has three seeded at or above six feet.
Boothbay senior Will Perkins is the top seed in mile (4:30.95) & 2 mile (10:09.89). Morse senior William Carrolton is the top ranked shot putter with a mark of 54-11 3/4, while Chris Koskinen of Yarmouth is the top ranked pole vaulter with a best of 13-6.