The Lady Wildcats placed behind region champion Johns Creek and runner-up Creekview.
Woodland's Diana Wimpy repeated as region champ in both the discus throw and shot put, recording distances of 126 feet, 11 inches and 36-4 3/4, respectively. Wimpy will have a chance to defend her state title in the discus next week in Albany.
Joining Wimpy will be Lady Wildcats freshmen Idraiah Thompson, who broke the school record with a time of 11.91 in the 100-meter dash to win region. Thompson finished second in the 200 with a 25.85.
Woodland's 4x100 relay team also qualified for state, finishing as runner-up with a 50.30, which coach David Holloway noted was not as good as its preliminary time of 49.68. Thompson, Renee Arnold, Tiana Bush and Jasmin Askew comprised the relay team.
"I think we did about what we were supposed to do. We didn't have too many people step up and go beyond what we expected," Holloway said. "I thought our freshmen came in and did really well. ... Our young team did pretty well. ... Johns Creek had a great team, so did Creekview. I knew it was going to be a three-team meet, especially after the first day."
Samantha Patterson tied a school record in the pole vault with a 9-0 jump. She lost out to Creekview's Anna Dunn for a chance at state, placing third after a jumpoff.