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Local Teams Show Well At Bill Brimer Invitational

Local Teams Show Well At Bill Brimer Invitational
Written by 
Tate Russell
April 20, 2022

The South Greene girls track team earned a first-place finish in Tuesday evening at the Bill Brimer Invitational at Greeneville Middle School.

All four local schools had strong showings with the Greenville boys finishing second and the South Greene boys placing third.

During the meet Greeneville City Schools announced that the track at Greeneville Middle School would be named for Greenville native Terry Hull Crawford.

Crawford won team national championships coaching track at both the University of Tennessee and the University of Texas. In 1988 her Texas women’s teams won national titles in outdoor track, indoor track and cross country. She was also the coach of Team USA during the 1988 Olympics.

Natalie Friese led the way for the Lady Rebels by winning the 300 meter hurdles in a time of 55.88 seconds. She was second in the 100 meter hurdles and fifth in the long jump.

Ava Clark was third in the long jump and eight in the 100 meter hurdles.

Aydan Dyer was second in the pole vault. McKenzie Niston was third in the discus and fourth in the high jump.

In the triple jump Ruth Alvarez was fourth and Claudia Lastra was fifth.

In the 1,600 meters Riley Ottinger was third and Reese Ottinger was eighth.

In the relays the Lady Rebels won the 4X100, they second in the 4X200, third in the 4X400 and third in the 4X800.

For the South Greene boys Logan Wagner set a school record in the discus with a heave of 151’5”. He was second in the shot put.

In the pole vault Ronan Buss and Blake May tied for second place, and Matthew Mancil was sixth.

In the long jump Keyshawn Engram was second, Jalen Ingram was sixth, Isaiah Ealey eighth and Hunter Burkey ninth.

Burkey was third in the 110 hurdles. fourth in the 300 hurdles, and fifth in the triple jump.

Dion Blair was seventh in the 110 hurdles, sixth in the 300 hurdles, sixth in the high jump, and seventh in the triple jump.

Jori Ray was fourth in the 3,200 meters and ninth in the 1,600 meters.

For the Greeneville boys Morgan Leach won the 1,600 meters in 4:50.32 and Brennan Sweat won the 800 meters in 2:18.05.

Adjatay Dabbs was second in the 100 meters and Tai Edmonds was second in the 110 meter hurdles. Edmonds was third in the 300 meter hurdles. Amari Maddox was sixth in the 110 hurdles.

In the high jump Jaden Stevenson was second and Edmonds was seventh.

In the discuss J.J. Durbin was second and in the shot put Mikeal Pillar was third.

Sweat placed seventh in the pole vault and Michael Velez was sixth in the 200 meters.

For the Lady Devils Abby Lane was third in shot put and fifth in the discus. Kaylee Wallen was fourth in the discus, and Grace Evans was ninth.

Olivia McClintock was fourth in the 100 meter hurdles.

In the 3,200 meters Anna Jackson was fifth and Grace Evans was sixth.

In the 800 meters Annika Vines was seventh and in the 400 meters Darla Kammerdiener was eighth.

For West Greene Bryson Church won the pole vault at 11’6”. Quintan Gregory was fourth and Drew Morrison was fifth.

In the triple jump Nick Moorman was second and Braxton Jarnagin was fourth. Moorman was seventh in the long jump.

For the Lady Buffaloes Macy Hinkle won the high jump at 4’8” and Hannah Brooks was ninth in the 1,600 meters.

For Chuckey-Doak Austin Morris won the long jump with a leap of 20’6” and he was third in the triple jump. Morris was also third in the 100 mters.

Isaiah Treadway was third in the long jump, third in the high jump, fifth in the 200 meters, and eighth in the 100 meters.

Cameron Fitzgerald was seventh in the 300 meter hurdles and Tristan Groberg was eight in the pole vault.

For the Lady Black Knights Laney Ricker was second in the long jump and Macy Cox was sixth.

Hannah Clark was third in the triple jump and Niome Merrill was fourth in the pole vault.

In the high jump Layla Fox was seventh.

In the 300 meter hurdles Samantha Fellers was fourth, and Emma Hoxie was seventh.

In the 100 meters Cox placed fifth and Taliah Johnson was seventh. Ricker was sixth in the 400 meters.

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