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The James Clemens track team celebrates their trophies after claiming the girls title and runner-up in the boys in the recent Huntsville Panther Track and Field Invitational. Photo- Drew Bell, James Clemens High

James Clemens Track Program Continues To Take Home Trophies

HUNTSVILLE- The winning is becoming the norm at James Clemens High as its track team continues to roll through the outdoor season as the girl’s squad is undefeated in three meets and the boy’s have been runner-up in each of the meets on the season that looks to be completed as schools and athletic activities have been put on hold due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The Lady Jets posted 146 points in the meet for the championship trophy over second place Scottsboro (86). Bob Jones was third (77) and Sparkman fifth (66).

James Clemens had four first place finishers. Medal winners in the girls: High Jump- 1. Jayden Gilbert, Bob Jones, 5-04; Pole Vault- 2. Monique Treasure, James Clemens, 10-0; Long Jump- Cadence Huntsinger, James Clemens, 16-09.5, 2. Aajiah Jackson, James Clemens, 16-03.25; Triple Jump- 2. Cadence Huntsinger, James Clemens, 35-02.25; Discus- 1. Kaylyn Hardwick, Sparkman, 96-11, 2. Kirsten Tigner, Bob Jones, 95-10, 3. Kyla Diei, Bob Jones, 89-04; Shot Put- 1. Kaylin Hardwick, Sparkman, 35-07.25, 2. Kyla Diei, Bob Jones, 34-04.75; 4×800- 3. Bob Jones, 10:51.52; 4×100- 1. James Clemens, 49.33 (Ajiah Jackson, Madison Rose, Aniyah Alexander, Shataeya Ligin), 2. Sparkman, 49.75; 100 Hurdles- 1. Monique Treasure, James Clemens, 16.01, 2, Audriana Blakely, James Clemens, 16.33; 300 Hurdles- 1. Audriana Blakely, James Clemens, 47.55, 2. Monique Treasure, James Clemens, 48.00; 200meter- 2. India Smith, Sparkman, 25.86; 3200meter- 3. Sydney Freeman, James Clemens, 12:51.52; 4×400- 3. Bob Jones, 4:22.75 (Mercedes Zich, Ebba Detulleo, Julia Grundevik, Frances Knight).

Despite winning four events in the boys division, James Clemens finished runner-up (107) to Huntsville (121) in team scoring. Bob Jones was fourth (75) and Sparkman sixth (70).

Medal winners in boys included, High Jump- 1. Elizjah Holloway, Bob Jones, 6-02, 2. Keenan Walker, James Clemens, 6-0; Pole Vault- 3. Brody Wallace, Sparkman, 11-0; Long Jump- 2. Donavon Brown, Bob Jones, 20-04.5; Triple Jump- 1. Kendall Russell, James Clemens, 43-00, 2. Donavon Brown, Bob Jones, 42-10.5, 3. Gary Landrum, James Clemens, 41-11.25; Discus- 1. Terrant Young, Sparkman, 122-05, 3. Nick McNeal, Sparkman, 113-05. Shot Put- 3. J’Han King, Bob Jones, 40-06.25; Javelin- 1. Jon Keiser, Sparkman, 162-10, 2. John Murray, Bob Jones, 154-00; 4×100- 1. James Clemens, 43.41 (Darion Cooper, Chad Coulter, Tyrone Wilson, Chris Hope); 400meter- 1. Jackson Quarles, James Clemens, 51.31; 110meter- 1. John Murray, Bob Jones, 14.81, Xavier Wright, Bob Jones, 16.19; 100m- 1. Chad Coulter, James Clemens, 11.18, 2. Chris Hope, James Clemens, 11.19, 3. Johnny Holloway, Sparkman, 11.23; 300meter Hurdles- 3. Tyler Pitts, Bob Jones, 41.93; 200meter- 1. Johnny Holloway, Sparkman, 22.43, 3. Chris Hope, James Clemens, 22.84; 4×400- 3. James Clemens, 3:35.43 (Chad Coulter, Jackson Quarles, Chris Hope, Tyrone Wilson).

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