Allatoona Boys and Mays Girls Take the 6A Team Titles

(all pics by Campell Brothers)

Allatoona was favored to be in the mix for a team Podium spot, but had loftier ambitions. culminating in the AAAAAA Boys team title. 

Jacob Smith of Alatoona was 6A Boys High Point Athlete. (L) 

Richmond Hill brought their most talented Track and Field team in recent school history to Carrollton and fell just 2 points shy of a State title. 

Alexander fell 3 points short of a title placing 3rd overall in 6A Boys. Braeden Collins was their top performer, sweeping the 1600 and 3200 races. 

Chattahoochee had to endure watching the chips fly where they may in the 4x400, but came out 4th overall on the Podium. They were led by Ja'Von Douglas and Omar Diaz. 

The 'Hooch' took ran to Gold in the 4x100 clocking a 41.45. 

Sam James kept Richmond Hill's title hopes burning, winning the 400m in 47.72

Omar Diaz was a sprints star for Chattahoochee, winning the 100m going 10.86

Jordan Young of Heritage won the 110h clocking a 14.34 (photo Enrique Tomas from prelims)

Kameron Schofield of Sequoyah (c) pulled off an upset in the 6A Boys 800m

Caden Ciul of Johns Creek hurdled to 300h Gold in 38.04 (photo by Enrique Tomas)

Richmond Hill left it all out on the track, taking 4x400 Gold in 3:20.04

6A Girls:

Mays' Girls performed up to their potential at Carrollton, walking away with the 6A Girls team title by 13.5 points over Dacula. 

Kamiyah Street of Mays takes the 300h Gold at 43.98 clinching the 6A State title.

Mays was on a roll now, and added icing to the victory racing to the win in the 4x400 at 3:54.50

Allatoona had a great run at Carrollton, as their Girls team placed 3rd Overall.

The Lady Hounds of Pope used their speed to take the Final team Podium spot.

Hope Glenn jets off with the anchor stick for 4x100 Gold for Pope at 46.93.

Cydney Delley of Evans HS, was a surprise winner in the 400m at 54.96.

Hope Glenn of Pope swept the 100/200 Sprints going 11.71 / 24.76

Antonia Fraizer glided to an easy win in the 100h at 14.79.

Brenda Ayuk of Alexander kept the Cougars title hopes alive, winning the 800m in 2:17.73