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20 Records Set at First Day of 2016 AHSAA State Indoor Track and Field Championships Friday
on February 5, 2016 in
BIRMINGHAM -- Winfield High School junior Trey Cunningham set a state meet 1A-3A record in the 60-meter hurdles and tied the 1A-3A record in the 60-meter dash as 20 total records fell Friday as the 47
annual AHSAA State Indoor Track and Field Championships got underway at Birmingham’s CrossPlex.
Cunningham, currently ranked the No. 1 prep 60-meter hurdler in the nation, set a new AHSAA Class 1A-3A with a winning 7.83-second time in the prelims and has another chance Saturday to set the AHSAA overall record for classes in that event Saturday. He ran his best time 7.76 seconds, in the last regular-season meet of the year last week to set a new CrossPlex record.
He helped the defending Class 1A-3A state champion Pirates take a 6 ½ point team lead into the final round today with a preliminary best time of 7.03 seconds in the 1A-3A 60-meter dash. That time tied the mark set by St. Jude’s Ismail Saleem in 2014.
Winfield totaled 38 points through five completed events Friday, and American Christian had 32.5 points. Madison Academy was third with 27. Alabama Christian scored 28 points through five events Friday and led by one point over Northside and St. Paul’s Episcopal, each scoring 27 points. Opelika led Northridge 50.5 to 33 after the first day in Class 6A, and defending state champion Auburn had an even slimmer first-day lead over Mountain Brook – leading by a half point, 28.50-28 after six events.
Defending girls’ state champions Hoover, Pelham, St. Paul’s Episcopal, going for its 22
state indoor title overall, and American Christian held leads after the first day’s action. Hoover had a two-point lead over James Clemens, 40-38, with six events completed Friday in the Class 7A girls’ competition. McGill-Toolen is third with 32 points. The meet will conclude Saturday with the remaining field events and finals in all remaining races.
Class 6A Pelham built a 16-point lead over Homewood, 42-26, through five events, Class 4A-5A St. Paul’s had a 47-31 lead over UMS-Wright after six events, and American Christian held a slim 30-28 lead over Montgomery Academy in Class 1A-3A.
Perhaps the most exciting race of the day came in the Class 7A boys’ 800-meter run as Daniel Nixon of Spain Par clocked a new 7A state-record 1:55.51 to win the event. Drew Williams and Griffin Riley of Mountain Brook, and Paul Barlow of Auburn finished 2-3-4 – all with times that bettered the previous record (1:57.13) set by Barlow in 2015.
Pole vaulter Margaret Ollinger of McGill-Toolen Catholic set a new overall girls’ pole vault record clearing 13 feet, 1 ¼ inches to break her old record (12-04.25) set last year. Erin Jewell of Brooks also set a new Class 4A-5A record in the shot with a heave of 39 feet, 9 ½ inches. That eclipsed the previous record of 38 feet, 4 ½ inches set by Sonja Ellis of Williamson 28 years ago in 1989.
A complete recap of Friday’s team scoring and record-setting efforts is listed below. All results can be found at
BOYS’ TEAM SCORING
Auburn 28.50, Mountain Brook 28, Hewitt-Trussville 25.50, Hoover 21, Spain Park 18, Central-Phenix City 16, Gadsden City 14, Oak Mountain 12, Vestavia Hills 11, Smiths Station 6, Bob Jones 6, Murphy 4, Thompson 3, James Clemens 3.
Opelika 50.50, Northridge 33, Homewood 27, Paul Bryant 18.50, Scottsboro 16, Walker 13, Arab 13, Austin 10, Cullman 10, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 10, Southside-Gadsden 10, Shades Valley 8, Stanhope Elmore 5, Oxford 4, Pelham 2, Fort Payne 2, Albertville 1.
Alabama Christian 28, Northride 27, St. Paul’s 27, Randolph 16, Ramsay 13, Beauregard 12, Dadeville 10, Central-Tuscaloosa 10, UMS-Wright 9, Elmore County 8, St. Clair County 6, LAMP 6, Helena 6, DAR 4, Montgomery-Catholic 4, Moody 3, Mortimer Jordan 2, Tallassee 2, Oneonta 1, Guntersville.
Winfield 38, American Christian 32.50, Madison Academy 27, Cold Springs 13, Montgomery Academy 12.50, Cottage Hill Christian 10, Shades Mountain Christian 10, Bayside Academy 9, Westminster-Oak Mountain 8, Piedmont 8, Marion County 7, St. Bernard 6, Holly Pond 5, Providence Christian 3, Addison 2, Pleasant Valley 1.
GIRLS’ TEAM SCORING
Hoover 40, James Clemens 38, McGill-Toolen Catholic 32, Mountain Brook 25, Huntsville 20, Thompson 18, Auburn 15, Oak Mountain 10, Smiths Station 8, Murphy 7, Vestavia Hills 7, Central-Phenix City 7, Hewitt-Trussville 3, Spain Park 3, Bob Jones 1.
Pelham 42,Homewood 26,Walker 21, Northridge 18, Scottsboro 17, Cullman 16, Hartselle 11, Fort Payne 9, Opelika 9, Paul Bryant 8, John Carroll Catholic 5, Arab 4, Oxford 2, Center Point 1.
St. Paul’s 47, UMS-Wright 31,Montgomery-Catholic 25, Brooks 19, Ramsay 16, Beauregard 14, Wes Limestone 12, Randolph 12, Columbia 10, Helena 9, Central-Tuscaloosa 8, Fairview 8, Demopolis 7, Carver-Birmingham 6, St. James 3, White Plains 3, Oneonta 1, Wenonah 1, Wilson 1.
American Christian 30, Northside 28, Winfield 23.50, Cottage Hill Christian 22, Westminster-Oak Mountain 19, Bayside Academy 16.50, Piedmont 16, Madison Academy 11, St. Bernard 10, Whitesburg Christian 7, Addison 4, Providence Christian 4, Altamont 2, Section 2.
Friday’s State Indoor Track Records Set
NEW BOYS’ RECORDS
Class 7A Boys
Noah Igbinoghene, Hewitt-Trussville (23-06); old record (22-03.75), Igninoghene, 2015.
Carl Nesbitt, Vestavia Hills (6-08); old record (6-04), Sam Brown, Oak Mountain, 2015.
Daniel Nixon, Spain Park (1:55.16); old record (1:57.93), Paul Barlow, Auburn, 2015.
Benjamin Knox, Hewitt-Trussville (9:27.12); old record (9:41.04, Cole Stidfole, Oak Mountain, 2015.
Auburn (1:29.35); old record (1:30.09), Hoover, 2015.
Wheelchair Shot Put:
Collin LaFon, Hewitt-Trussville (12-04), new event.
Class 6A Boys
Opelika (1:28.40); old record (1:28.71), Auburn, 2013.
Class 4A-5A Boys
Ramsay (1:30.13); old record (1:31.35), McAdory, 2014.
Class 1A-3A Boys
Trey Cunningham, Winfield (7.83, prelims); old record (8.22), Cunningham, 2015.
Trey Cunningham, Winfield (7.03); tied old record (7.03), Ismail Saleem, St. Jude, 2014.
Noah Karr, American Christian (1:57.62); old record 1:58.12), Andy Hardy, UMS-Wright, 2000.
Dylan Pausic, Shades Mountain (9:38.82); old record (9:39.84), Brandon Smith, Clay County, 2002.
NEW GIRLS’ RECORDS
Margaret Ollinger, McGill-Toolen (13-01.25); old record (12-04.25), Ollinger, 2015.
Sarah Owen, Thompson (38-00); old record (34-11.50), Monet Traylor, Auburn, 2015.
Kayla Williams, James Clemens (7.73); old record (7.78), Williams, 2015.
Brittley Humphrey, Hoover (8.47); old record (8.74), Humphrey, 2015.
Presley Weems, Hoover (2:13.19); old record (2:15.95), Weems, 2015.
Frances Patrick, Mountain Brook (11:06.51); old record (11:14.03), Abbey Weitenbeck, Huntsville, 2015.
Hoover (1:40.91); old record (1:42.87), Hoover, 2015.
Class 4A-5A Girls
Erin Jewell, Brooks (39-09.5); old record (38-04.5), Sonja Ellis of Williamson, 1989.
Ramsay (1:46.54); old record (1:47.33), Homewood, 2014.
Class 6A Girls
Class 1A-3A Girls
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