Lions run fast at Trinity, sights set on GISA State Meet

Lions run fast at Trinity, sights set on GISA State Meet

he Lions competed in the Trinity Invitational Meet in Sharpsburg on March 23. The high school boys and middle school girls teams both finished 4th out of 15 teams; high school girls finished 8th.

Highlights: Ryley Hampton won the 400 with a personal best time of 1:03.72; Dana Lucas, Jr. ran sub-11 in the 100-meter dash, placing second with a time of 10.96.

As we close out this first half of the season and look towards region and state, many of our Lions find themselves at the top of the GISA leaderboards.

High School boys take 2nd place team at Dawg Dash, girls 4th

High School boys take 2nd place team at Dawg Dash, girls 4th

It was another cold track meet Saturday at George Walton Academy’s 2nd Annual Dawg Dash. The Lions continue to improve, setting season, personal, and school records in the process. Avery King cleared 5’6” to win the high jump and Myles Ailster 3-stepped his way to a best time in the 110 Hurdles. Ailster also ran a best time in the 300 Hurdles and is currently the top GISA seed in both events. Brian Borrero ran a personal best in the 400 and is currently the top GISA seed in that event.