Bradwell Institute’s boys finished sixth at the Class AAAAAA track and field meet May 11-13 in Carrollton
Liberty County’s boys finished 11th at the Class AAA state meet in Albany. The girls placed 14th.
Among the top performers for Bradwell were Terrius Crimiel, who placed second in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 38.17 seconds, fourth in the 110-hurdles (15.01), fifth in the triple jump (44 feet, 6 inches) and was on BI’s 4x100 meter relay team that took fourth with a time of 42.32.
That team also included Da’Shaun Coleman, Dominic McClinton, Donald McCLinton, Lavorris Boyd, and Isiah Quarterman.
Dominic McCLinton also finished fourth in the triple jump (45-3.75). Donald McClinton was second in the long jump with a distance of 23-6.25.
K.J. Milner was third in the shot put (49-3.5) and Josh Ingram was sixth in the discus (139.3).
Among the girls to compete were Kailey Brough, Tamia Clark, Kimyana Shropshire and Enfinity Marshall. All finished in the top 20.
Liberty County’s top girl performers were Alyshia Anderson, who placed third in the triple jump with a 37-9, and earned top 10 finishes in the 100, 200 and as a member of the 4x100 relay team along with Santana Robinson, Kiara Edwards and Asiayna Achane.
Robinson also had a seventh place finish in the 100. Dominique Roberts placed ninth in the long jump. Also competing were Shikara Samuels and Brianea LeBlanc. Both placed in the top 16 in the girls meet in their respective events.
Among the top performers for the Panthers were Enrika Tolbert, who took third in the discus with a distance of 148-5, and LCHS’ 4x400 relay team. The team, consisting of Joshua Ferrell, Nolan Dickens, Chris Dillard and Roger Blizzard took third with a time of 3:26.26.
Liberty’s 4x100 relay team of Markel Dobbins, Jaalon Frazier, Jaleel Gilbert and Kris Coleman finished fourth with a 42.73.
Other top individual finishes belonged to Marquis Bishop, who placed 10th in the shot put; Ferrell as seventh in the 400 and Dickens was eighth in the 800.
Look for more on Bradwell’s second place performance at state in Sunday’s Courier.