Thursday, May 16, 2013
Hawks finish third in North
The Holly Springs High School boys brought home third from the Class 3A North State track and field meet May 4 at Winona.
Several Holly High and Byhalia High School athletes moved on to the state meet, some getting first-place finishes at north half.
The state meet was held this past Saturday in Jackson. Those results will be printed in the next edition of The South Reporter.
The Hawks placed third in the North with 66 points, trailing Leflore County (106) and East Side (96). North Panola was fourth with 53.
Individual results from the north half meet follow.
• 100 meter dash – third, Qawtavis Johnson, Holly High, 11.27; fourth, Chris Rayford, Byhalia, 11.34.
• 200 meter dash – fourth, Qawtavis Johnson, Holly High, 23.01.
• 800 meter run – third, Gary Tunstall, Holly High, 2:10.76.
• 1600 meter run – third, Eric Jaramillo, Byhalia, 5:09.
• 3200 meter run – first, Eric Jaramillo, 11:14.
• 110 meter hurdles – third, Barry Gorman, Holly High, 16.79; fourth, Evan Taylor, Holly High, 16.82.
• 300 meter hurdles – fourth, Barry Gorman, Holly Springs, 44.33.
• 4x100 relay – third, Byhalia, Jamarkus Beason, Alan Rayford, Chris Rayford, Timar Webster, 44.68.
• 4x200 meter relay – third, Holly High, William Payne, Qawtavis Johnson, Deandre Griffin, Jarvis Dowdy, 1:34.88.
• 4x400 meter relay – fourth, Byhalia, Alan Rayford, Chris Rayford, Timar Webster, Frank Rayford, 3:40.26.
• Discus – first, Anthony Jones, Holly High, 135-03.25.
• 4x100 – second, Markeesha Moore, Leatrice Akins, Jasmine Riddle, Shandricka Sessom, 51.32.
• 4x200 – third, Jasmine Riddle, Shandricka Sessom, Markeesha Moore, Leatrice Akins, 1:50.16.
• High jump – first, Shandricka Sessom, 5-04.
• Long jump – third, Markeesha Moore, 15-04.
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