All sports require training, practice, and passion in order to become elite in the game. Track and field athletes must commit to a daily regimen of hard work, diet, and prioritizing training over other activities. Several Knoxville high school athletes’ dedication resulted in state championships for them and their respective schools last week in Murfreesboro.
Webb School of Knoxville
Girls Triple Jump AA: Lennox Langham
1600m AA: Carolina Areheart
4 X 800 Meter Relay AA: Team
Knox Catholic High School followed their tennis and baseball success with these two incredible track stars. Watch out, because Chloe is a freshman.
Girls 100 Meter Dash: Chloe Truss
Girls 200 Meter Dash: Chloe Truss
Girls 400 Meter Dash: Chloe Truss
Boys 1600 Meter Run: Keegan Smith
Boys 3200 Meter Run: Keegan Smith
Christian Academy of Knoxville claimed two titles.
Girls 4 X 200 Relay A: Team
Boys Pole Vault: Siler Fulford
Grace Christian Academy has a star hurdler in Brianna Baker while Farragut High School’s Bryce Thompson claimed the shot put title.
Girls 100-meter hurdles A: Brianna Baker
Girls 300-meter hurdles A: Brianna Baker
Farragut High School:
Boys Shot Put: Bryce Thompson
South Doyle High School’s girls brought home the state championship:
Girls 4 X 100 Meter Relay: Team
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