Last Thursday, the Sonoraville High School girls track and field team were crowned region champions for the first time in program history. The Lady Phoenix captured the region title with a total score of 160, 14 points more than region runner-up Calhoun Lady Jackets.


Sonoraville Winners


Faith Austin; 100-meter and 200-meter Dash

Riley Tripplett; 800-meter Run

Rachael Smith; Pole Vault

Maliyah Parks; Triple Jump


4x100 meter relay — Anikia Holloway, Maliyah Parks, Raven Pasley, Faith Austin

4x400 meter relay — Kennedi Alldredge, Maliyah Parks, Kendall Whitehead, Riley Tripplett

Calhoun Winners


Emma Kate Smith; 400-meter Dash

Erin Barnes; 300-meter Hurdles

Malysha Winston; Shot Put


Calhoun Winners


Carson Speer; 100-meter Dash

Cole Speer; 200-meter Dash

Drew Rutledge; 400-meter Dash

Felipe Barrios; 3200-meter Run

Greg Carr; 300-meter Hurdles

Jaylan Harris; High Jump

Luke Moseley; Long Jump

Tonocito Martha; Triple Jump

Cole Griffin; Shot Put

Drew Rutledge; Discus Throw


4x100 meter relay — Calhoun ‘1’ — Greg Carr, Carson Speer, Drew Rutledge, Cole Speer

4x400 meter relay — Calhoun ‘1’ — Cole Speer, Clayton Long, Drew Rutledge, Blalock Brody

Sonoraville Winners


Seth Evans; Pole Vault

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