She also won the county high jump (5-2) and finished second in the county 55 hurdles (8.5). Her best indoor shot put was 40-10 this winter. Her overall best effort was 42-6 last summer at the Junior Olympic nationals in Hampton Roads, Va.
Grigoriev was selected to the All-Metro outdoor second team last spring.
She finished fourth in the Class 4A-3A state championship 800 meters (2:21.60) and ran the first leg of the Doves' state championship 3,200 relay team, which ran a state-record 9:30.9.
She won Baltimore City and regional titles in the 500, and placed second in the City 800.
Her 1:16.4 time in the 500 at the 4A-3A Central regionals was a Baltimore metro area best this season.
North Carroll, sophomore
She cleared 10 feet to take second place at the 3A-2A state championships - the best Baltimore metro area jump this season. Mt. Hebron's Melanie Langmead also jumped 10 feet this season, but Winter beat Langmead twice in head-to-head competition.
She works on her pole-vaulting with guru Dick Estes, the Western Maryland College track coach. Winter was selected to the All-Met second team last spring.
She won the Class 4A-3A state championship in the 3,200 meters with a career-best time of 11:27.2, leading the Lions to a sixth-place state finish.
She also finished second in the 1,600 meters at states with 5:03.8. This winter, the City/County Performer of the Year won four gold medals to lead the Lions to their seventh straight county championship.
She won the 800 (2:29.3), 1,600 (5:20), 3,200 (11:29.3) and helped the 3,200 relay team win in 10:24.9. She was first-team All-Met last spring.