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County girls finish track season at championships, boys ready for theirs

Posted: May 12, 2015 - 11:06pm
Greenbrier's Laura Shillingsburg was 15th in the 3,200- meter run at the state meet.   Jim Blaylock/File
Jim Blaylock/File
Greenbrier's Laura Shillingsburg was 15th in the 3,200- meter run at the state meet.

The high school track season concluded Friday and Saturday in Albany, Ga. at the GHSA Class AAAAA girls state track and field championships.

Greenbrier’s Alexis Starks was the county’s highest finisher, placing fourth in the triple jump with a leap of 37-07.25. Starks added a fifth-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles (15.24) and was seventh in the long jump (17-08). Her teammate, Laura Shillingsburg, was 15th in the 3,200 (13:21.25).

Grovetown’s, Kiana Robinson was sixth in the 200, Naomi Hughes was 13th in high jump (5-02) and Kiana Kelly was 13th in the triple jump (34-11). Robinson and Hughes were also a part of the 4X400 relay team along with Tess Reynolds and Michelle Villanueva that came in eighth (3:59.78).

Evans’ Cydney Delley took sixth in the 400 (57.15) and Bailey Parks was 11th in the triple jump (35-04).

Two weeks ago, the county’s boys qualified for this week’s Class AAAAA state championships in the sectionals at Loganville High School.

Lakeside’s Christian Bowles was first in the 1,600 (4:25.29) and 3,200 (9:24.02) while Greenbrier’s Logan Hughes was seventh in the 1,600 (4:33.06) and Allen Clark was fourth in the 3,200 (9:57.80).

In sprints, Greenbrier’s Warren Coombs finished second in the 100 (10.64) and fifth in the 200 (21.78) while Evans’ Anthony Brooks was third in the 400 (48.95).

Grovetown’s Rudy Valentine, III was seventh in the long jump (21-00).

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