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Center Point Boys Capture Jefferson County Track Championships for 3rd Straight Year

AHSAA Spring Spotlight

MONTGOMERY – Senior hurdler Jalen Aibogun led Center Point High School to its third straight Jefferson County Track and Field Meet Championship to earn this week’s AHSAA Spring Spotlight for the sports of track and field, golf and tennis.
    Aibogun won three events as the Eagles of Coach Preston Wilson won the title over a 12-team Jeffco field that included Clay-Chalkville, Shades Valley, Pinson Valley, Gardendale and Mortimer Jordan. Aibogun totaled 30 points winning the 110-meter high hurdles, 300-meter intermediate hurdles and the 400-meter dash. 
    Sophomore Ambria James captured first place in the shot put and took third place in discus throw to score 16 points as Center Point took the girls’ Jeffco title for the second year in a row. The roster for Coach Terress Long features only one senior and a strong sophomore class of 19 girls.
     Quienterrius Tanksley also captured the discus event for Center Point’s boys and finished second in the shot. Kobe Collier won the high jump and the 4x400-meter relay team comprised of Lyric Lawson, Jabril Muhammad, Michael Jones and Kenyon Anthony finished third.
    The Lady Eagles got a boost from Brandy Jamfi, who finished second in the 3,200 meters and anchored the winning 4x800 relay team.
    The Jefferson County Championships was an excellent tune-up for all the Jeffco schools with AHSAA Section track meets set for the weekend of Apr. 25-26-27.
     Other top performances reported in track, golf and tennis include:

OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD

JARIAN WILSON, MARY MONTGOMERY: Won the long jump with a winning leap of 21 feet, 3 inches to spark Coach John Kubick’s Vikings to the Mobile County Meet boys’ championship. Mary Montgomery finished with 101 points with McGill-Toolen one point back with 100 and Baker third with 98.50.  Javoris McIntosh also won the triple jump (45-8), Lester Davison finished second in the 110 and 300 hurdles for Mary Montgomery, and distance runner Caleb Troy Smith was second in the 1,600 and 3,200 runs.
McGill’s major points came from David Dolan, who won the pole vault with a new personal best of 16-6 ¼, while Kendal White got double wins in the 110 and 300-meter hurdles (14.42/38.09).
 JAZMEN PERRYMAN, BAKER: The sprinter helped Baker High School win the girls’ title at the Mobile County Meet with 155.42 points. McGill-Toolen was second with 147. Perryman won the 200-meter dash (25.64) and finishing second in the 100 (12.34). Baker’s Kelsey White won the 100-meter hurdles (14.96) and 300-meter hurdles (45.00), finished second in the triple jump (35-9 ¼) and third in the long jump (16-11 ½). White won the award for the Outstanding Female Performer, scoring 34 total points.
    McGill-Toolen’s Claire Frazier Bolton won the 400 (58.21)), 800 (2:19.25) and 1,600 (5:14.08), and teammate Hannah Daffin captured the shot (43-4 ¼) and discus (110-6).

GOLF
WILLIAM WANN, MOUNTAIN BROOK: Blistered the Limestone Springs course to shoot a 7-under 135 to claim medalist honors at the Tom Bell Memorial Classic. The defending Class 7A state champion Spartans won the team title with an 11-under-par 565 team total. Auburn was second at 13-over and 589. Wann shot 67 and 68 to edge Houston Academy’s Hal Dove, who had back-to-back rounds of 68 to finish 6-under 136. UMS-Wright’s J.P. Cave was third at 68-69—137 and Price Brown followed a first-day 71 with the best round of the second day (67) to finish at 138.
JACOB LECROY, DONOHO: Shot a final round 2-under 70 and finished the two-day Oxford Invitational played at Cider Ridge Golf Course at 1-over 145 to claim medalist honors. He finished one shot ahead of St. Paul’s Episcopal’s John Gaal, who had a final round 69 to close at 146. Gaal and his St. Paul’s teammates won the team title with 321-324—625. James Clemens was a distant second at 650 and Donoho was fifth at 696. Lecroy was 3-over at 75 after the first day but held a 2-stroke lead. 
THOMAS REGAN, MUSCLE SHOALS: S
hot five-under-par 67 to win the Turtle Point title and carded 69 to win the James Clemens Metro Invitational.
MICHAELA MORARD, RANDOLPH: Recorded five birdies to finish with a 68 to win low medalist honors, and Randolph shot a tournament team record 221 to win the Hazel Green Invitational girls’ title. Randolph broke the previous record by 16 strokes and finished 23 strokes ahead of second-place Huntsville.
LAUREN COLE, GLENCOE: Won low medalist honors with s 9-hole total 44 and the Yellow Jackets won the five-team match by eight strokes over Etowah, 161-169.

TENNIS
COOPER MONTGOMERY, DONOHO:
Won the Section 4 Class 1A/3A No. 1 singles title with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Sylvania’s Jared Higgins. The Falcons won the section crown for the fourth year in a row with 50 points. Sylvania was second with 37. Harrison Han and Gray Hanley won the No. 1 doubles title over Sylvania’s Higgins and Mason Sanders.
JAMES TORBERT, MONTGOMERY ACADEMY:
Won the No. 1 singles title and teamed with William Robertson to claim the No. 1 doubles title at the Class 4A/5A, Section 2 tennis championships. The Eagles, last year’s Class 1A/3A state runner-up, finished with 54 points and LAMP had 51 to advance to next week’s Class 4A/5A state meet at Mobile. Torbert won the No. 1 singles title at the Class 1A/3A State Championships last season. He and Robertson finished second in the No. 1 doubles competition. 



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