Titans haul in medals at opening track meet

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The Gadsden City track and field team opened the 2024 season in fine fashion at home on Feb. 29, as the Titans took home 33 medals, including 10 first-place gold, at the GCHS Kickoff.
Karleigh Sheffield (pictured above) placed first in three events, individually in the 100 meter dash (12.85) and 200-meter dash (26.34) and as a member of the Lady Titans’ 4×100-meter relay team (50.56).
Also posting first-place finishes for the GCHS girls were Nyla Franklin in the high jump at 5-2 feet and Mariah Ragland in the long jump at 15-0 feet.
Winning the gold individually for the GCHS boys were Zyan Gibson in the 100-meter dash at 11.12 seconds, Tylan Sims in the long jump at 19 feet, five inches and Isaiah Collins in the triple jump at 37 feet.
The Titans’ 4×100-meter relay team (44.18) and 4×800-meter relay team (11:34.88) also won first place.
Earning the second-place silver for the GCHS girls were Aaliyah Richard in the high jump (4-6), Janiyah Yow in the long jump (13-2) and Kelis Russell in the discus (70-7).
Finishing runner-up for the Titans were Kamauri Moore in the 100-meter dash (11.46), Zyan Gibson in the 200-meter dash (22.77), Tylan Sims in the 400-meter dash (56.24), Miguel Velasquez in the 800-meter run (2:38.98), Bryson Cornelius in the 1600-meter run (6:26.94), JaMarcus Hughley in the high jump (5-8), Isaiah Collins in the long jump (19-0), Chris Butler in the triple jump (36-5), Jerrell Brasher in the discus (83-7) and Kileque Jones in the shot put (38-4).
Claiming the third-place bronze for the Lady Titans were Aniyah Williams in the discus (67-0) and shot put (28-3), Kyla Price in the 200-meter dash (27.23) and Aaliyah Richard in the long jump (10-9).
Placing third for the GCHS boys were Brandon Martin in the long jump (16-10.5) and triple jump (32-5), Kerrell Yow in the 100-meter dash (11.49), Jermaine Blaylock in the 400-meter dash (57.18), Kameron McElrath in the 110-meter hurdles (24.53), Niegle Swain in the discus (69-3) and Jerrell Brasher in the shot put (36-8).

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