April 2—The Vidalia Indians Track Team competed in Claxton on Thursday and came out on top again with numerous standout performers in the field events. The Indians competed against Claxton,Jeff Davis, Tattnall County and Montgomery County.

High Jumper Malik Lee cleared 6' along with a jumper from Montgomery and they had to have 3 rounds of jump off's During the jump off both Malik and the Montgomery County jumper cleared 6"1 on their second attempt and ended up calling it a tie.

Jonathan Moody swept the Long jump and Triple Jump with first place finishes in both events.  He had a personal best in the Triple Jump by nearly a foot. 

Other Placers were:

Jaylen Clements- discus-3rd

Tahj Watts-shot put-4th

William Page-Triple Jump-4th

Cole Register- 3200-2nd

Chason Brogdon-1600-2nd

Markell Parrish-800-2nd

Mielon Parrish- 400-2nd 

Santuan Wells- 400-3rd 

Mielon Parrish-200- 2nd

Santuan Wells-200-3rd

TyQuan Powell- 100-2nd

Kahlil Jones-100-3rd

Keyun Strickland 100-4th

Jesi McRae-110 H-3rd

TyQuan Powell-110H-4th

TyQuan Powell- 300H-1st

4x100 Relay ran a personal best for this season, finishing 2nd with Keyun Strickland, Mielon Parrish, Kahlil Jones and TyQuan Powell

The 4x400 finished 1st and also has a seasonal best with Satuan Wells, Kyare Connoway, Jesi Mcrae and Mielon Parrish.

“Watching these young men compete never gets old. Their enthusiasm and will to win is what keeps them excelling. I never know what they are going to do when they step on the track but I do know that they will continue to improve and blow us away.  Coach Martin and Coach McLeod have dedicated a lot of time to our throwers and it shows every time they compete.  I can't wait to see what this team will do in Statesboro on April 11!  Big things are coming their way.” Coach Mandy Godbee stated.

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