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Seventh grade sensation Alivia Urrutia took first place in the 400-meter race at the Class 7A Section 4 Championships. The Bob Jones speedster is ranked No. 1 in the U.S. among seventh grade athletes. Photo- Pam Brewer, Keeperskeeper Photography

Sectional Track Meet- Array Of Talent Led By James Clemens

MADISON- The winning ways continue for the James Clemens track program. The Jets’ boys squad won the Class 7A Section 4 championship for the second straight year and the five of the last eight seasons while the girls took the runner-up trophy after wins five of the last eight track seasons. Both Bob Jones and Sparkman fared well in their quests for perfection and a chance to qualify for the upcoming AHSAA State Championships.

The final team scoring included: Class 7A Boys- 1. James Clemens 170.5, 2 Huntsville 164.5, 3. Bob Jones 101, 4. Sparkman 73; Girls- 1. Huntsville 155.5, 2. James Clemens 133.75, 3. Sparkman 131, 4. Bob Jones 102.

The top five performers from each event qualified for the State Meet. Individually, James Clemens took home four gold medals, while Bob Jones and Sparkman had five each. Here are the medal finishers:

Class 7A- Boys: 100m- 3. Kameron Barnett, 12, James Clemens, 11.14; 200m- 2. Jordan Urrutia, 10, Bob Jones, 22.22; 400m- 1. Jordan Morrison, 11, Bob Jones, 49.77; 800m- 1. Dylan Dryer, 10, James Clemens, 1:58.84; 1600m- 2. Dylan Dryer, 10, James Clemens, 4:21.32; 110 hurdles- 1. Benjamin Thomason, 10, James Clemens, 15.88, 2. Isaac Pollard, 10, James Clemens, 16.20, 3. Ezion Rolingson, 9, James Clemens, 16.22; 300 hurdles- 1. Isaac Pollard, 10, James Clemens, 40.54, 2. Ezion Rolingson, 9, James Clemens, 40.96; 4×100- 2. Bob Jones, 43.05, 3. James Clemens, 43.25; 4×400- 2. James Clemens, 8:23.09; high jump- 1. Cosey Scarebrook, 12, Bob Jones, 6-04, 2. Jamari Greene, 11, Bob Jones, 6-02; long jump- 1. TreVaughn Holtzclaw, 11, Sparkman, 22-00, 2. Cosey Scarebrook, 12, Bob Jones, 21-11.50, 3. Jordan Morrison, 11, Bob Jones, 21-05; triple jump- 2. Keenan Walker, 11, James Clemens, 42-03.50, 3. Jonah McNealey, 11, Sparkman, 41-08.00; pole vault- 2. Branson Fisher, 10, James Clemens, 11-00; discus- 1. Bobby Gray, 11, Sparkman, 148-01, 2. Terrant Young, 12, Sparkman, 138-04; shot put- 2. Jaylen Drake, 11, James Clemens, 49-06, 3. Bobby Gray, 11, Sparkman, 49-03.

Class 7A- Girls: 100m- 1. Janae Hilliard, 11, Sparkman, 12.18, 2. Amanda Davis, 12, Sparkman, 12.27; 200m- 2. Amanda Davis, 12, Sparkman, 25.05, 3. Janae Hilliard, 11, Sparkman, 12.27; 400m- 1. Alivia Urrutia, 7, Bob Jones, 57.72; 1600m- 3. Sydney Freeman, 12, James Clemens, 5:24.96; 100 hurdles- 2. Reynna Mayers, 10, James Clemens, 16.95; 4×100- 1. Sparkman, 47.51, 2. James Clemens, 49.20, 3. Bob Jones, 50.11; 4×400- 2. Bob Jones, 4:05.69, 3. Sparkman, 4:06.90; 4×800- 2. James Clemens, 9:58.62, 3. Sparkman, 10:17.61; high jump- 1. Kaitlyn Ford, 11, Bob Jones, 5-02, 2. Ella Dickow, 11, Bob Jones, 5-00, 3. Lily Melton, 10, James Clemens, 4-10; long jump- 1. Tramani Osley, 11, James Clemens, 16-06.75, 2. Xanyah Edwards, 12, James Clemens, 16-06.50; triple jump- 2. Aaliyah Washington, 12, Bob Jones, 35-05, 3. Tramani Osley, 11, James Clemens, 35-02; pole vault- 1. Sydney Truesdail, 11, Bob Jones, 10-06, 2. Joanna Crawford, 9, Bob Jones, 8-06; discus- 1. Hailey Smith, 12, Sparkman, 96-06, 2. Nevaeh Neerhof, 12, Sparkman, 95-07; javelin- 2. Nevaeh Neerhof, 12, Sparkman, 97-00, 3. Kinsey Sivley, 12, Sparkman, 95-08; shot put- 2. Jazmin Grigsby, 10, James Clemens, 33-10.

Class 4A- Boys: 4×100- 3. Madison Academy, 43.48; discus- John English, 12, Madison Academy, 132-00; javelin- 1. Noah Olberding, 12, Madison Academy, 161-10; shot put- 1. John English, 12, Madison Academy, 51-09.50.

The Sectional event was hosted by James Clemens with 27 schools and over 1000 athletes taking part. The two-day event was possible due to the over 50 volunteers including the James Clemens ROTC. The meet was led by Drew Bell, head coach of James Clemens.

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