Limestone County was well-represented at this year’s state indoor track and field meet.
Athens’ Malea Wiggins (shot put), Athens’ JayShon Ridgle (60-meter hurdles) and Tanner’s Skylar Townsend (high jump) each recorded first-place finishes in their respective events during the two-day competition at the Birmingham Crossplex, while several other athletes produced standout performances as well.
See top state performers by school below. Only top-eight finishers in each event earned points for their team.
Xander Morrow, 14th in 400-meter dash
Skylar Townsend, first in high jump (6-02)
Tailan Hall, third in 60-meter dash and sixth in 400-meter dash
Tre’J Lett, third in shot put
Messiah Orr, Endymion Tyus, Skylar Townsend and Taiwan Hall, 10th in 4×200-meter relay
Will Ivey, Tyler Morring, Landon Hooks and Henry Singleton, 10th in 4×800-meter relay
Noah Stafford, Brayden Atkins, Skyler Jean and TC Combs, 12th in 4×200-meter relay
Tyler Morring, 15th in 3,200-meter run
JayShon Ridgle, first in 60-meter hurdles (7.97), third in long jump and sixth in 60-meter dash
Jaylon Woods, seventh in shot put
Jerome Malone, eighth in shot put
Anna Hammons, fifth in triple jump and eighth in long jump
Addison Tiemann, sixth in 800-meter run and sixth in 1,600-meter run
Malea Wiggins, first in shot put (38-07.75)
Catherine Johnstone, fourth in 3,200-meter run and sixth in 1,600-meter run
Hannah Stevens, seventh in 800-meter run and ninth in 1,600-meter run
Caroline Mallette, 12th in 3,200-meter run