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Spartanburg County

State Track field crowded with local athletes

By Jed Blackwell/The Spartanburg Sports Report

The SCHSL State Track and Field Championships will feature a host of local talent on Friday and Saturday, with several athletes taking either No. 1 overall seeds or Upper State championships into their respective events.

Three individual athletes and a relay team are the top seeds in the 5A field, with that portion of the competition beginning on Friday evening. Dorman’s Massey brothers are the top seeds in the throws, with Jordan qualifying first for the discus and Jayson holding down the No. 1 position in the shot put. Spartanburg’s Hudson McKinney is the top seed in the 5A boys 800 meters, while the County and Region champion Byrnes 4×100 boys relay will be seeded No. 1 for their race.

In the 3A classification, which also begins competition on Friday night, five athletes and two relay teams will enter as Upper State champions. In the boys events, Woodruff’s Dymitric Ray won the 200 meters at last year’s Upper State meet, while Broome’s Keyvon Graham won the 400 meters and teammate Daniel Hurren took the 800 meter title. The Broome boys 4×100 team also won an Upper State crown.

In the 3A girls competition, Woodruff’s Maggie Rhodes is the Upper State champion in both the 1600 and 3200 meters, while Chapman’s 4×400 meter relay team won last week’s title.

Chesnee and Landrum finished well in last week’s 2A Upper State championships and will be well represented in Saturday afternoon’s 2A/1A meet. Isaiah Ellis took Upper State titles in both the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles for the Chesnee boys. If the Lady Eagles’ A’Miracle Scott is able to duplicate her long jump that won a title a week ago, she’ll likely be the new state record holder. Landrum’s duo of Taylor Harris and Morgan Decker claimed the high jump and discus titles, respectively.

Other state qualifiers along with their events, schools and last week’s finish are listed below.


Boys High Jump: Saben Heenehan, Boiling Springs, 2

Girls Pole Vault: Samirah Stokes, Spartanburg, 4

Boys Pole Vault: Seamus Heenehan, Boiling Springs, 3; Anitoly Gamza, Dorman, 6

Boys Long Jump: Brandon Hicklin, Spartanburg, 2; Kevin Bigelow, Byrnes, 3

Girls Triple Jump: Destiny Shippy, Spartanburg, 8

Boys Triple Jump: Tylen Fowler, Dorman, 2; Romain Kelly, Spartanburg, 6; Kevin Bigelow, Byrnes, 8

Girls Discus: Taylor Guthrie, Byrnes, 5

Boys Discus: Jordan Massey, Dorman, 1; Chad Gardner, Boiling Springs, 5

Girls Shot Put: Taylor Guthrie, Byrnes, 6; Jaila Phillips, Spartanburg, 7

Boys Shot Put: Jayson Massey, Dorman, 1; Jordan Massey, Dorman, 5

Girls 4×100 Relay: Spartanburg, 4

Boys 4×100 Relay: Byrnes, 1; Spartanburg, 7

Girls 4×800 Relay: Dorman, 3

Boys 4×800 Relay: Dorman, 3

Boys 4×400 Relay: Spartanburg, 7

Girls 4×400 Relay, Byrnes, 7

Girls 100 Hurdles: Destiny Shippy, Spartanburg, 5; MiKenzie Young-Mullins, Byrnes, 6

Boys 110 Hurdles: David Mitchell, Spartanburg, 5; Tre Jeter, Spartanburg, 7

Boys 100 Meters: David Pearson, Byrnes, 5; Alex Revell, Dorman, 7

Boys 1600 Meters: Wynn Johnson, Dorman, 3

Boys 400 Meters: Najee Thompson, Boiling Springs, 3

Girls 400 Hurdles: MiKenzie Young-Mullins, Byrnes, 4

Boys 400 Hurdles: Anatoily Gamza, Dorman, 2

Boys 800 Meters: Hudson McKinney, Spartanburg, 1

Boys 200 Meters: Malik Watson, Spartanburg, 3

Girls 3200 Meters: Katerina Hendrix, Dorman, 3; Kate Hamilton, Dorman, 8

Boys 3200 Meters: Wynn Johnson, Dorman, 2; Phillip Quillen, Dorman, 7; Noah McLain, Dorman, 8



Girls 100 Hurdles: Nicole Hall, Broome, 4

Girls 1600 Meters: Maggie Rhodes, Woodruff, 1

Girls 3200 Meters: Maggie Rhodes, Woodruff, 1

Girls 400 Meters: Brittany Edwards, Chapman, 2

Girls 4×100 Relay: Woodruff, 3

Girls 4×400 Relay: Chapman, 1; Broome, 3

Girls Discus: Breana Mabry, Chapman, 2

Girls High Jump: Zakiyah Jeter, Woodruff, 2

Girls Long Jump: Yasmine Hassan, Broome, 2; Toeliyah Mays, Woodruff, 4

Girls Pole Vault: Bethany Davis, Woodruff, 3

Girls Shot Put: Jada Jennings, Broome, 4

Girls Triple Jump: Brianna Davis, Broome, 2; Zakiyah Jeter, Woodruff, 3

Boys 100 meters Keyvon Graham, Broome, 3

Boys 110 Hurdles: MonEric Davis, Woodruff, 3; Allorey Gossett, Chapman, 4

Boys 200 meters: Dymitric Ray, Woodruff, 1; Keyvon Graham, Broome, 2

Boys 400 Hurdles: Cameron Adams, Broome, 2

Boys 400 Meters: Keyvon Graham, Broome, 1; Dymitric Ray, Woodruff, 2

Boys 4×100 Relay: Broome, 1; Woodruff, 2

Boys 4×400 Relay: Woodruff, 4

Boys 800 Meters: Daniel Hurren, Broome, 1; Micheal Jacobi, Woodruff, 4

Boys Discus: D’Marco Jackson, Broome, 2; Cam Kelly Carson, Chapman, 4

Boys Long Jump: Jaquan Wilkins, Broome, 2; Keith Pearson, Woodruff, 4

Boys Pole Vault: Austin Orr, Chapman, 4

Boys Shot Put: Zeke Stringer, Broome, 4

Boys Triple Jump: Kendarius Bryson, Woodruff, 3; Jaquan Wilkins, Broome, 4



Boys 110 Hurdles: Isaiah Ellis, Chesnee, 1

Boys 400 Hurdles: Isaiah Ellis, Chesnee, 1

Boys High Jump: Tyler Mahaffey, Chesnee, 3

Boys Triple Jump: Isaiah Ellis, Chesnee, 6

Boys 4×800 Relay: Landrum, 3

Boys Pole Vault: Yancey Killian, Landrum, 3

Boys Discus: Jack Driggers, Landrum, 4

Girls 100 Meters: A’Miracle Scott, Chesnee, 3

Girls 200 Meters: A’Miracle Scott, Chesnee, 2

Girls 400 Hurdles: Mackenzie Fogle, Chesnee, 3

Girls Long Jump: A’Miracle Scott, Chesnee, 1

Girls 800 Meters: Grace Furman, Landrum, 3

Girls 1600 Meters: Grace Furman, Landrum, 3

Girls 3200 Meters: Jamie Connelly, Landrum, 2

Girls 4×800 Meters: Landrum, 2

Girls High Jump: Taylor Harris, Landrum, 1

Girls Triple Jump: Reydiance Whiteside, Landrum, 3

Girls Discus: Morgan Decker, Landrum, 1


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