Locals medal at Gadsden City meet No. 2

March 29, 2018 chris
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Three high school athletes won a pair of gold medals at the Gadsden City Track & Field Open Meet No. 2 on March 22.
Two of the first-place winners were from Etowah. Deundrea Williams won gold in the 100-meter dash (11.31) and 200-meter dash (22.91), while Alex Howard captured the shot put (43-09.00) and discus (142-02.25) events.
Gadsden City’s Jakari Embry swept the boys hurdle events with a time of 16.91 in the 110-meters and a 43.77 performance in the 300-meters.
Other boys first-place winners were Southside’s Taylor Nails in the 1600-meter run (4:47.13); Gadsden City’s Jashun Chinn in the 400-meter dash (52.43); Westbrook’s Mitchell Cook in the 800-meter run (2:03.26); Southside’s Ryan Maudsley in the 3200-meter run (11:29.03); Hokes Bluff’s Hayden Lipscomb in the high jump (5-10.00), Etowah’s Trevon Caldwell in the triple jump (43-04.00); and Southside’s Nick Shirley in the javelin (169-09).
Winning first place in relay events were Etowah (Emaje Graves, Deaundrea Williams, Ollie Finch and NyNy Davis) in the 4×100-meters (43.72) and Southside in the 4×400-meters (3:45.37).
Gold medal winners in girls events included Gadsden City’s Catherine Clements in the 3200-meter run (12:59.09); Southside’s Macie Williams in the shot put (36-02.00); Etowah’s Leonna Trammell in the triple jump (31-11.00); and Gadsden City’s Tenise Johnson in the javelin (101-02).
Winning first place in relay events were Glencoe (Anna Beth Giles, Ashley Morgan, Anna Grace Goodwin, Abby Vice) in the 4×400-meters (4:44.86) and Gadsden City (Karissa Spade, Lauryn Williams, Shae Frazier and Brittany Watts) in the 4×100-meters (49.67).
NyNy Davis won two silver medals for Etowah – the 100-meter dash (11.51) and the 200-meter dash (23.19).
Also taking second in boys events were Sardis’ Josh Maynard in the 110-meter hurdles (17.88); Glencoe’s Zack Hare in the 300-meter hurdles (44.35); Westbrook’s Asher Curp in the 3200-meter run (11:39.33); Hokes Bluff’s Hayden Lipscomb in the discus (122-10); and Coosa Christian’s Evan Delp in the high jump (5-06.00).
Finishing runner-up in boys relay events were Gadsden City (Carteun Mitchell, J.B. McNeal, Marlon Brasher and Jakari Embry) in the 4×100-meters (43.75) and Sardis in the 4×400-meters (3:58.82).
Winning silver for the girls were Gadsden City’s Brittaney Watts in the 100-meter dash (13.24); Southside’s Camryn Davis in the 1600-meter run (5:46.65); Gadsden City’s Jayla Hunter in the long jump (16-07.00); Sardis’ Madison Langley in the high jump (4-06.00); and Hokes Bluff’s Haleigh Cashman in the triple jump (31-05.00).
Placing second in girls relay events were Southside in the 4×800-meters (11:13.83) and Sardis in the 4×4000-meters (4:45.67).
Third-place boys finishers included Hokes Bluff’s Tyler Braswell in the 110-meter hurdles (18.47); Gadsden City’s Cartrun Mitchell in the 100-meter dash (11.53); Southside’s Tyler Cline in the 400-meter dash (53.80); Southside’s Taylor Nails in the 800-meter run (2:11.31); Westbrook’s Jackson Martin in the 3200-meter run (11:56.89); Southside’s Chance Moon in the shot put (43-04.00); Hokes Bluff’s Logan Reynolds in the high jump (5-04.00); Etowah’s Eric Anderson in the javelin (136-03). Etowah’s 4×800-meter relay team of Bronc Green, Colin Peterson, Les-ter Phillips and Hank Hayden (9:25.55) and Etowah’s 4×400-meter relay team of Lester Phillips, Hank Hayden, Colin Peterson and Bronc Green (3:59.35).
Winning bronze in girls events were Gadsden City’s Jashonna Clark in the 100-meter hurdles (18.32); Southside’s Camryn Davis in the 800-meter run (2:37.03); Gadsden City’s Asia Samuels in the shot put (35-06.00); Etowah’s Jaci Jo Mayo in the triple jump (30-08.00); Eto-wah’s Zanya McKenzie in the javelin (98-05); Southside’s 4×100-meter relay team (53.92); Glencoe’s 4×800-meter relay team of Anna Beth Giles, Ashley Morgan, Anna Grace Goodwin and Abby Vice (11:28.56); and Southside’s 4×400-meter relay team (4:52.17).