Anderson sat just behind the leaders for the first half of her race, before making a move that her competitors could not match as she captured the championship.
She was the top seed entering the meet, but says she's happy with her finish despite missing out on gold.
"It's like, happy, I don't know it's a good accomplishment. A lot of people don't even get to be here, let alone on the podium and stuff so that's just super cool," said Campbell.
Campbell also competed in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles.
Day two of the state meet produced several other podium finishers.
Three Lakes freshman Emily Fink finished 5th in the D3 100-meter dash while her teammate Kortnie Volk placed 4th in the 200-meter dash.
Lakeland's boys 4 x 800-meter relay team captured a silver medal with second place while the T-Birds Ashley Peterson grabbed a 4th place finish in the D2 1,600-meter run.
And two Medford seniors capped of their high school careers on the podium.
Hunter Brandner finished 4th in the D2 400-meter dash while Victor Rinaldi placed 6th in the 200-meter dash.
Tune into Newswatch12 Sunday night to hear from some of those athletes.