The Lady Panthers, who were the defending Class AAAA state champions, built a 25.5 point lead over Dunwoody High School following March 24 field events.
They kept their lead in winning 113.50 to 90 over Dunwoody while Martin Luther King Jr. High School finished third with 82 points while setting two meet records in the relays.
The sixth consecutive title for Southwest DeKalb ties the team with Lithonia High School for the most consecutive Championships. Lithonia won six from 1989 to 1994. It was Southwest DeKalb’s 11th title overall.