Local State Champs Crowned at State Track Meet - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Local State Champs Crowned at State Track Meet

4A

Girls Shot Put - Rhea Thompson (St. Louis)

Girls Discus Throw - Rhea Thompson (St. Louis)

Girls 4x100 Meter Relay - Brianna Soram, Christi Clemons, Shondalynn Jasmine, Hannah Jackson (St. Louis)

Girls 4x400 Meter Relay - Shondalynn Jasmine, Drew Chatters, Hannah Jackson, Brianna Soram (St. Louis)

Boys 800 Meter - Blair Henderson (St Louis)

Overall Girls State Champs - St Louis Girls

 

3A

Girls High Jump - Katie Richard (Iowa)

Girls 800 Meter - Kaitlyn Tunks (Westlake)

 

2A

Girls Pole Vault - Whitney Adams (Vinton)

 

1A

Girls Long Jump - Nique Griffin (Hamilton Christian)

Boys Pole Vault - Caleb Bertrand (Elton)

Girls Javelin Throw - Kelsey Frank (Oberlin)

Girls 400 Meter - Symonne Texada (Hamilton Christian)

Girls 4x200 Meter - Nique Griffin, Frankie Griffin, Maliyah Franklin, Symonne Texada (Hamilton Christian)

Girls 4x400 Meter - Frankie Griffin, Paris Alexander, Elizabeth Perez, Symonne Texada (Hamilton Christian)

 

Class B

Girls Pole Vault - Heidi Zambrecher (Bell City)

Girls Javelin Throw - Jessica Breaux (Hathaway)

Girls Discus Throw - Katelyn Vincent (Grand Lake)

Girls 100 Meter - Lauren Guidry (Bell City)

Girls 400 Meter - Maghan Cooley (Fairview)

Girls 4x400 Meter - Natosha Morvant, Lauren Horn, Katie Lemieux, Maghan Cooley (Fairview)

 

Class C

Girls Long Jump - Carlee Cavenah (Reeves)

Boys Pole Vault - Neal Miguez (Johnson Bayou)

Girls Pole Vault - Reagan Darbonne (Hackberry)

Girls Discus Throw - Mattie Stine (Hackberry)

Girls 400 Meter - Destiny Simon (Hackberry)

Overall Girls State Champs - Hackberry Girls

Overall Boys State Champs - Johnson Bayou Boys

 

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