Athletes from Georgia put on a show at the Mobile Meet of Champions. Brittany Hall of Meadowcreek. Justin Oliver of Redan, Emily Reese of Chamblee, Aleesha Barber of Redan, Collins Hill's women's 4x800 relay team, Stasia Kelly-Taylor of GACS, Emily Sanders, and Redan's boys 4x100 and 4x400 teams all brought home wins.
Justin Oliver continued his impressive performance with a first place finish in the 400m in 46.87 while anchoring the men's 4x400 team to an impressive win in 3:16.19. Justin added a 2nd place finish in the 200m with a time of 21.57. Brittany Hall was equally impressive, posting a big win in the 800m in a time of 2:12.59. Emilly Reese of Chamblee, just a freshman, ran an impressive 5:03.64 to take 1st place in the mile, a time over 8 seconds ahead of Leila Norman of Walton in 5:11.92. Shelley Taylor of Northwest Whitfield made it abundantly clear that she shouldn't be taken lightly, posting a 2nd place finish in the 3200 with a time of 10:55.75 while Erin Guglielmo of Collins Hill continued to impress with her 11:14.31 showing. On the boys side, Sam Bryfczynski , of Walton, posted a 9:20.28 for 2nd place honors in the boys 3200m.
Aleesha Barber , of Redan, posted the top time in the state in the 100 hurdles with her victory in the 100m hurdles. in 14.10. Nicole Okolo, the sophomore out of Collins Hill finished 5th in 14.92. The Collins Hill women's 4x800 team also performed well, posting a meet winning time of 9:33.29 as Erin Guglielmo anchored the team with a 2:17 to go along with her blistering 3200. Redan's women's 4x400 team was also impressive, posting a runner up finish in a time of 3:52.88. Stasia Kelly-Taylor rounded out the women's winners going 38'3" in the triple jump for top honors. Full results will be made available as soon as they are received.