Thursday, May 19, 2011
Potts Camp second in state
By BARRY BURLESON
Athletes from Marshall County turned in strong performances last weekend at the State Championship Track Meet in Pearl.
Both the Potts Camp girls and boys claimed second in the state in Class 1A. Kris Roberts had a pair of first-place finishes.
The Byhalia Lady Indians took third in the state in Class 4A competition. Mississippi State signee Erica Bougard was the best in the long jump with a leap of 20-02.50.
For the Byhalia boys, Godfrey Fayne brought home two first-place medals.
Potts Camp boys
The Cardinals totaled 59 points and trailed only champion Montgomery County with 91. Coffeeville and East Oktibbeha were third with 51.
• 3200 meter run – first, Kris Roberts, 11:06.54.
• 110 meter hurdles – seventh, Devin Holmes, 18.06.
• 1600 meter run – third, Kris Roberts, 5:08.69.
• 400 meter dash – fourth, Jordon Harris, 54.28; fifth, Brantley Harris, 54.32.
• 800 meter run – first, Kris Roberts, 2:10.10.
• 4x400 meter relay – third, Brantley Harris, Jordon Harris, Kris Roberts, Devin Holmes, 3:41.38.
• High jump – third, Devin Holmes, 5-06.
• Pole vault – first, Brantley Harris, 10-00.
Potts Camp girls
The Lady Cardinals, with 62 points, finished behind Coldwater’s 89. Saint Aloysius was third with 51.
• 3200 meter run – second, Amber Cooper, 13:48.48; sixth, Shauna Haney, 15:11.32.
• 100 meter hurdles – seventh, Megan Watkins, 21.20.
• 1600 meter run – fifth, Anna Summerlin, 6:26.71.
• 800 meter run – second, Amber Cooper, 2:40.78.
• 200 meter dash – seventh, Tenesha Woods, 28.85.
• Long jump – second, Tenesha Woods, 15-06.
• High jump – fourth, Zana Davis, 4-04.
• Triple jump – first, Tenesha Woods, 33-11; fifth, Megan Watkins, 29-06.
• Pole vault – second, Megan Watkins, 7-06.
“Both boys and girls teams did an awesome job this year,” said Karen Green, head coach at Potts Camp. “Both teams showed how hard they had worked by finishing first in division and region; then the boys finished first in north while the girls finished in second.
“We lost a lot of events in the north meet, which put us short competing at state, so to come out with a second-place finish in each was absolutely great. We can’t wait to have our new track completed so that we can actually practice on a track every day.
“Thanks to all who helped us have a successful season and to all those who helped run the division, region and north meets that we hosted in Byhalia. A special thank you goes to Byhalia High School for the use of their facility.”
The Lady Indians finished in a three-way tie with Pass Christian and Center Hill for third place. They all totaled 51 points. Pontotoc was first with 118 and Lafayette second with 52.
• 100 meter hurdles – third, Megan Rayford, 16.15.
• 4x200 meter relay – first, Shandricka Sessom, Latrice Akins, Megan Rayford, Erica Bougard, 1:46.13.
• 4x100 meter relay – second, Shandricka Sessom, Latrice Akins, Megan Rayford, Erica Bougard, 51.43.
• 300 hurdles – eighth, Megan Rayford, 57.45.
• Long jump – first, Erica Bougard, 20-02.50.
• High jump – second, Shandricka Sessom, 5-02.
• Triple jump – second, Erica Bougard, 38-05.
• Shot put – fourth, Kourtney Coleman, 32-07.
• 300 meter hurdles – fourth, Precious Rogers, 54.63.
• 4x200 meter relay – seventh, Jessica Anthony, Kyra Gulledge, Domonique Rubin, Autezia Sellers, 2:0.83.
• 4x100 meter relay – sixth, Kyra Gulledge, Chelasa Kimble, Domonique Rubin, Autezia Sellers, 55.01.
• 4x400 meter relay – seventh, Jessica Anthony, Kourtney Coleman, Lanchai Collins, Laniqua Collins, 5:01.51.
• 800 meter run – first, Godfrey Fayne, 2:01.98.
• 1600 meter run – first, 4:41.16.
• 4x400 meter relay – fourth, Godfrey Fayne, Jalen Applewhite, Andre Collins, Labrandon Walker, 3:36.78.
Holly Springs girls
• 4x100 meter relay – eighth, Dominique Johnson, Carrie Graham, Keasha Jeffries, Kenyada Burns, 54.48.
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