Chattanooga Area Qualifiers For Girls State Track & Field Meet

Saturday, May 21, 2022

2022 State Track & Field Qualifiers - Girls
Chattanooga Area Schools

Division I
Class A
Pole Vault
Fiona Eastman, CSAS

High Jump
Elsa Eilertson, Sale Creek

4x800 Relay
CSAS

100 Meter Hurdles
Fiona Eastman, CSAS

100 Meter Dash
Danielle Dunning, Brainerd
Jalaya Mack, Brainerd
Taylor baker, CSAS

1600 Meter Run
Jillyen Givens, Sequatchie Co.

4x100 Meter Relay
CSAS

800 Meter Run
Alli Bizzell, Sequatchie Co.

200 Meter Dash
Taylor Baker, CSAS

4x400 Meter Relay
Brainerd

Class AA
PoleVault
Charlotte Harrison, Signal Mountain

Long Jump
Kara Wilson, Signal Mountain

Triple Jump
Kara Wilson, Signal Mountain
Anna Neal, Signal Mountain

High Jump
Marlee Burkley, Signal Mountain
Ashynn Rock, Signal Mountain

Shot Put
Rayne Heathington, East Hamilton

4x800 Meter relay
Signal Mountain

100 Meter Hurdles
Kara Wilson, Signal Mountain

100 Meter dash
Maddox Mayfield, McMinn Central

4x200 Meter Relay
Central

1600 Meter Run
Maxine Richards, Signal Mountain 

4x100 meter Relay
Central

400 Meter Dash
Maddox Mayfield, McMinn Central

300 Meter Hurdles
Genevieve Fisher, Signal Mountain

800 Meter Run
Maxine Richards, Signal Mountain

3200 Meter Run
Ada Boyd, Signal Mountain

4x400 Meter Relay
Signal Mountain

Pentathlon
Kara Wilson, Signal Mountain
McCary Beaty, McMinn Central
Ashlynn Rock, Signal Mountain

Class AAA
Long Jump
Eliana Holliday, Cleveland

Triple Jump
Brooke Jones, Walker Valley

High Jump
Liz Lannom, Walker Valley

Shot Put
Sabrina Oostberg, Ooltewah
Katie Moore, Cleveland

Discus
Sabrina Oostberg, Ooltewah
Katie Moore, Cleveland
Kyra Sims, Walker Valley

4x800 Meter Relay
Walker Valley

100 Meter Hurdles
Liz Lannom, Walker Valley

100 Meter Dash
Jamisa Ryan, Cleveland
Kyah Miller, Cleveland

4x200 Meter Relay
Cleveland

4x100 Meter relay
Cleveland
Walker Valley

400 Meter dash
Gabriella Rodriguez, Lenoir City

300 Meter Hurdles
Jailee Easley, Walker Valley

800 Meter Run
Estella Clemons, Cleveland

200 Meter Dash
Jamisa Rtan, Cleveland
Ella Webb, Cleveland
Charise Ryan, Cleveland

4x400 Meter Relay
Cleveland

Division II
Class A
Long Jump
Addie Chapman, Silverdale
Caroline Upchurch, Silverdale

Triple Jump
Caroline Upchurch, Silverdale
Verena Pate, St.

Andrew’s-Sewanee

High Jump
Hannah Herren, Collegedale Academy
Olivia Mroz, Notre Dame

Shot Put
Nitia Howard, Notre dame

Discus
Nitia Howard, Notre Dame

4x800 meter Relay
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee

4x200 meter Relay
Silverdale

1600 meter Run
Savannah Inman, Silverdale

4x100 Meter Relay
Silverdale

400 Meter Dash
Addie Chapman, Silverdale
Melanie Val, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee

300 Meter Hurdles
Avery Levitt, Silverdale

800 Meter Run
Melanie val, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee
Charlotte Barron, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee

100 Meter Hurdles
Avery Levitt, Silverdale

3200 Meter Run
Savannah Inman, Silverdale
Sophie Welch, Notre Dame

4x400 Meter relay
Silverdale
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee

Division II
Class AA
Pole Vault
Sophie May, CCS
Allie Walley, GPS

Long Jump
Evie Culbreath, Baylor

High Jump
Emily Kreek, GPS
Maelynn Adams-Cook, Baylor

Shot Put
Louisa Bohner, GPS

Discus
Louisa Bohner, GPS

4x800 Meter relay
Baylor
GPS

100 Meter Hurdles
Evie Culbreath, Baylor
Emily Kreek, GPS

4x200 Meter Relay
Baylor

1600 Meter Run
Addi Greene, Baylor
Frances Bohner, GPS

4x100 Meter relay
Baylor

400 Meter dash
Jada Cooper, Baylor

300 Meter Hurdles
Baker Young, Baylor
Allie Walley, GPS

800 Meter Run
Mariah Ivery, GPS
Addi Greene, Baylor

200 Meter dash
Evie Culbreath, Baylor
Jada Cooper, Baylor

3200 Meter Run
Helen Webb, Baylor
Gilly Shumate, GPS

4x400 Meter Relay
GPS
Baylor

(Compiled by Dennis Norwood, Preps Sports Editor. Contact him at dennisnorwood56@gmail.com)



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