Jets Continue Dominating In Local Track Meets- Boys Remain Undefeated
MADISON- The boys of the James Clemens track program are racing through the young 2021 season and remain undefeated after wins in the first three meets of the year including the most recent James Clemens Invitational. The Jets won their own invitational meet, which was the largest one-day event in years, by defeating 22 other programs, while the Lady Jets earned a runner-up trophy finishing behind Huntsville in the girl’s division of the track and field meet held at James Clemens High.
Individually, Sparkman High senior Johnny Holloway continued his dominance by winning both the 100 and 200-meter sprints in boys and Madison Rose of James Clemens took home the gold medal in the long jump while earning other medals in both the 100 and 200 races. As for a team, James Clemens swept all three top places in the boys triple jump. Led by Willie Campbell in first place, he was followed by teammates Kendall Russell and Michael Ross.
The final team standings in boys had James Clemens on top with 162 points followed by runner-up Huntsville with 126.50 points. Additional schools included: 6. Sparkman 36, 20. Bob Jones 2, and 23. Madison Academy 1. In girls, Huntsville took the championship trophy scoring 126.5 points with James Clemens in second as the Jets posted 97.5 points. Additional teams included 3. Sparkman 56, 4. Bob Jones 55 and 18. Madison Academy 8.
Boys: 100m- 1. Johnny Holloway, Sparkman, 11.01, 2. Ephraim Rolingson, James Clemens, 11.14, 3. Kemeron Barnett, James Clemens, 11.37; 200m- 1. Johnny Holloway, Sparkman, 22.03; 400m- 3. Jackson Quarles, James Clemens, 52.01; 800m- 3. Dylan Dryer, James Clemens, 2:02.19; 1600m- 3. Dylan Dryer, James Clemens, 4:34.30; 110 hurdles- 2. Isaac Pollard, James Clemens, 18.18; 300 hurdles- 1. Ezion Rolingson, James Clemens, 42.46, 3. Isaac Pollard, James Clemens, 43.49; 4×800 relay- 1. James Clemens, 8:34.73 (Dylan Dryer, John Luke Stovall, Max Shah, Isaul Rubio Montano); high jump- 1. Keenan Walker, James Clemens, 6-00, 2. Terence Cunningham, James Clemens, 5-10; pole vault- 2. Nicholas Rushton, James Clemens, 10-00; triple jump- 1. Willie Campbell, James Clemens, 42-05, 2. Kendall Russell, James Clemens, 41-10.25, 3. Michael Ross, James Clemens, 39-10.50; shot put- 2. Jaylen Drake, James Clemens, 46-01.
Girls: 100m- 2. Liyah Nelson, Madison Academy, 12.24, 3. Madison Rose, James Clemens, 12.33; 200m- 1. Janae Hilliard, Sparkman, 25.89, 2. Madesen Holman, Sparkman, 26.00, 3. Madison Rose, James Clemens, 26.30; 400m- 2. Ayanna Tolbert, Sparkman, 1:02.04, 3. Madesen Holman, Sparkman, 1:02.53; 1600m- 2. Kayla Willett, James Clemens, 5:28.78, 3. Hannah Thuss, Bob Jones, 5:33.90; 3200m- 2. Kayla Willett, James Clemens, 11:59.05, 3. Hannah Thuss, Bob Jones, 12:17.78; 4×400- 2. Bob Jones, 4:30.19 (Arienna Coe, Mercedes Zich, Sloan Williams, Jillian Pennell); 4×800- 1. Sparkman, 10:52.26; high jump- 3. Mercedes Zich, Bob Jones, 4-08; pole vault- 3. Sydney Truesdail, Bob Jones, 8-06; long jump- 1. Madison Rose, James Clemens, 16-10.25, 2. Xanyah Edwards, James Clemens, 16-08.00; triple jump- 3. Xanyah Edwards, James Clemens, 32-05.75; discus- 1. Kirsten Tigner, Bob Jones, 98-06.