Tuesday, June 28 2022

WHITEHOUSE – With their respective districts meeting around the corner, the Jacksonville and Bullard track teams took part in the Wildcat (Whitehouse) Relays Thursday at Wildcat Stadium.

In the Varsity Girls division, Jacksonville earned 49 points and placed sixth in the team standings, one spot ahead of Bullard, who finished with 41 points.

Of the 12 teams that contested the championship, Tyler Legacy finished in first place with 138 points.

Marshall (89) and Lindale (67) finished second and third respectively.

Zion Smith of Legacy crushed Jazmyne White of Jacksonville, 27 points to 26.5 points for the top athlete in the Carsity Girls division.

In the Varsity Boys division, Jacksonville had 32 points to finish in eighth place while Bullard had 10 points and came in 12and place.

In one of the most competitive meetings of the spring, Legacy finished with 94 points to win the team tile, followed by Marshall’s Mavericks with 93 points. With 88 points, Whitehouse came in third place.

Whitehouse’s Sedgewrick Pitts had 23 points and was the top male athlete in the competition.

GIRLS VARSITY DIVISION

Jacksonville’s Top Five

Relay 4X100 meters-4. (Jazmyne White, Nadajia Ross, Trunijah Butler, Sa’Kiya Anderson), 51.35

100 meters Dash-2. White, 12.52; 3. Keavia Brown, 12.95

200 Meter Race – 2. Tacarra Foreman, 26.37

Long jump-1. White, 16′-9″

Triple jump – 3. White, 35′-11.75″

Bullard among the top five

100 meters hurdles – 1. Berlyn Grossman, 16.08

4X200 Meter Relay – 5. (Emily Clark, Emerson Moore, Chloe Howard, Karleigh Hagan), 1:51.0

400 Meter Run – 4. Carly Tucker, 1:03.9

300 meters hurdles – 3. Grossman, 50.19; 5. Caroline Coates, 51.16

4X100 Meter Relay – 5. (Clark, Howard, Hagan, Tucker), 41.99

Long Jump – 3.Tucker, 16′-7″

Triple jump – 4. Tucker, 35′-2″

BOYS VARSITY DIVISION

Jacksonville’s Top Five

3200 meter race 3. Marco Hernandez, 10:23

100 Meter Dash – 1. Devin McCuin, 11.05

4X200 meter relay 5. (Cash Bearden, J’Waylon Kennedy, McCuin, Jermaine Taylor), 1:33.5

1600 Meter Race – 4. Hernandez, 4:42

Shot Put – 2. Aiden Gay, 51′-3.25″

Bullard ranks in the top five

High Jump – 1. Garrett Nuckolls, 6′-4″

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