With only 15 girls competing, they came together as a team and made sure to leave it all on the track!
The girls 4×800 relay (Reagan Grimsley, Mariah Contreras, Sariya Oliver, and Kylie Grant) set the tone for the meet placing 1st overall with the time of 10:34.52. The ladies continued to stay focused and remembered each point was important.
Recap of Performances and the girls point contributions to get the WIN:
Makenzie Marra-100mH (4th overall with a PR (20.22)), 300H (3rd overall 53.03) and
Keyanna Blevins-300H (4th overall, 53.10)
Aziya Bowen – 100m (4th overall, 1st 100m of the season with the time 13.61) & Triple Jump (1st overall and 36’09.25″)
Aiyah Smart-200m (2nd overall, 200m with a PR (26.57) & High Jump (1st overall w/ a PR 5’4″)
Regan Grimsley-Triple Jump (8th overall 28’11.75″
Alaysia Stallworth-200m (7th overall 30.04), 400m (7th overall 1:09.35)
Kylie Grant-800m (1st overall, 2:38.90) & 1600m (2nd overall and SR of 6:02.19)
Mariah Contreras 1600m (1st overall 6:00.89) & 3200m (1st overall 13:30.76)
Tori Larkin-3200m (3rd overall and a PR w/ time of 14:05.20)
Sariya Oliver-300H (1st overall 50.10) & Long Jump (1st overall w/ a PR 17’6″
4×100 Relay (Sariya Oliver, Aziya Bowen, Keyanna Blevins, Aiyah Smart)-places 2nd overall (51.51)
4×400 Relay (Kylie Grant, Aziya Bowen, Regan Grimsley, Aiyah Smart)-places 2nd overall (4:21.98)
Alaina Diggs -Shot Put (places 1st overall (42’11.75″) & Discus (places 1st overall 126’06”
Ami Spencer-Shot Put (places 7th overall w/ a PR 28’03”) and Discus (5th overall 84’08”
Its not always about how big your team is, its about the talent and hard work!