Landmark Christian just has too many athletes (one top ranked in A 400) that can score points (10) and factor out Stockton McGuire out of the hurdles (-18 to injury) and they may still rack up 80 points. Nicolas Toomer is the top ranked 400m runner and he should do well in the TJ. Landmark is going to rack up many distance points behind Austin Taylor, Seth Cruver, Kermit Jackson and Austin Snyder. Brandon Stone is a threat to score well in the 110/300h and and Drew Anderson in the throws. The Eagles also have the top ranked 4x400 squad in class.
ELCA's speed and hops could propel them to a strong 2nd and perhaps challenge Landmark if they blow a tire or 2. Jeffrey Uzzell is their top athlete who will challenge SCP's Robertson in the 100/200, Justin Menard came out Sectionals #2 in the 400m and their relay squads could pull off 2 Golds. Scott Queen could score in the 300h/TJ as well. ACS and Tallulah Falls have competed against each other many times and hard to separate. ACS boasts stud athlete Richard Jubinor who never competed in Track before last season (Nigerian war refugee) and Dewiit Wood had a breakout race in the 400m at Sectionals. Tallulah is led by multi-athlete James Davis, who is the defending PV champ and hurdle specialist and Zatrick Pearce could do well in the 100/200. It may come down to their relay squads to between these 2...Savannah Christian is driven by sprinter Demetris Robertson who's a definite threat to triple in the 100/200/LJ.
Others looking to sneak in the top 4 could be FPD led by throws giant Robby Watson, #1 vaulter Josh Miller and hurdlist Titus Moore. Athens Academy's boys would like to hang around late Saturday led by Alex Branch, Ryan Iyer & Drew Swan in the distance events and Kaleb Bryant could rack up some points in the TJ & 400.