Runner-up finishes by Ashley Wallace and Maya Ramsey in their events led the way for Woodstock, which was the top Cherokee County team in the meet with a fifth-place finish and 63 points.
Etowah (41) and Cherokee (23.5) followed in the sixth and seventh place, respectively.
Wheeler (157) won the team title, with Walton (136) the runner-up, Marietta (115) third and Lassiter (86.5) fourth.
The top two finishers in each event qualify for the state championships, which will be held May 12-14 in Albany.
Wallace led things off for Woodstock with her second-place showing in the triple jump, jumping 33 feet, 1½ inches to place behind Wheeler’s Netalia Anderson (35-9). Walton’s Maya Kittell (32-10¼) was third.
“I was very, very excited with what I did, because I’ve been working all year for this,” Wallace said. “I’ve been having a little trouble with my shins, and had shin splints really bad once, but I pushed through it and I’m very excited.”
Ramsey will join teammate Wallace in Albany after her second-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles. Ramsey surged from the middle of the field halfway through the race to cross the finish line in 15.52 seconds, placing behind Marietta’s Breanna Crockett (15.06).
“I felt real good,” said Ramsey, who also finished third in the 200 dash (26.32). “I knew I could do it, if I pushed myself to do it.”
Woodstock coach Kirk Scharich was proud of the efforts Wallace and Ramsey showed, as well as the rest of his team.
“Ashley stepped up and made it in the triple (jump) and Maya, after two hurdles, she was fourth and she did well to get to state,” Scharich said. “We had some (personal-best times) in the 1,600 and 3,200 (runs). We did the best we could.”
Cherokee’s Mattie Hester earned her trip to the state meet after finishing second in the discus with a throw of 101-11. Marietta’s Akeia Miles (107-9) won the event.
Cherokee’s Hannah Barr finished third in the pole vault with a mark of 8-0 to finish behind Marietta’s Maggie Henderson and Walton’s Joyce Poh, who both vaulted 9-0. Henderson won the title based on fewer vaults missed.