LILBURN, Ga. — The Newton High School girls and boys observe groups competed on the Region 4-AAAAAAA observe meet on April 29 hosted by means of Parkview. For every tournament, the Rams had notable performances — performances that certified participants of the observe staff for sectionals.
In the lads 100-meter sprint, Davin Denny (10.58) and Almar Clarke (10.75) completed first and 2nd, respectively. Denny (21.32) and Clarke (21.96) completed in the similar spot for the 200-meter sprint, too.
Jahson Gordon completed fourth within the 400-meter sprint with a last time of 49.04.
For the 4×100-meter relay, Denny, Clarke in addition to Zion Johnson and Rontravious Perry introduced house first position with a 42.23 end.
Newton took 3rd position within the 4×800 relay after Omar Colon, Kenton George, Zavion Williams and Makii Johnson recorded a 8:43.88 ultimate time.
George (11-6) completed 3rd within the pole vault pageant whilst Colon (39-9) positioned fourth within the triple leap.
The Lady Rams wouldn’t be outdone, regardless that.
McKenzie Calloway (11.96 / 25.35) completed first within the 100-meter sprint and fourth within the 200-meter sprint. Amerie Tolbert (58.77) earned a fourth position end within the 400-meter.
Third position within the 100-meter hurdles used to be earned by means of Kiara Bundrage (16.37).
Bundrage, Calloway, Amoi Hagans and Jordyn Ash took first position for the 4×100 relay with a 48.08 ultimate time. Tolbert, Taylor Arnold, Jayla Kennedy and Ma’Kariya James positioned 3rd within the 4×200 relay with a last time of one:47.69.
Ash, Tolbert, Christa Gibbons and Ariana Cannon introduced house a 3rd position end with 4:15.63 for the 4×400 relay.
Second position within the 4×800 relay used to be earned by means of Cannon, Gibbons, Joana Godinez and Kendyl Maddox with a ten:55.95 end.
Hadijat Olushesi (4-10) took 2nd position within the top leap. Ash (17-7 ¼) took 2nd position in lengthy leap. Then, Ash (37-4 ½) completed first within the triple leap whilst Olushesi (35-8 ¼) positioned 3rd.
In the discus pageant, Madison Bennett (77-5) positioned 3rd and, within the shot put pageant, McKenzie Rhodes (33-8) completed 2nd.
The Rams will compete within the sectionals match on Saturday, May 7 at Tift County.