For The Records: Teams in State Play-Offs (SPRING)

Girls Golf: Junior Olivia Sheehan went to State for girls golf for the first time in over four years. Overall Sheehan took 68th, and was 80 strokes over par after two days of playing in the district tournament. The best scorer for the State tournament was four strokes under. State was May 12 and 13.

Boys Golf: Senior Austin Spicer went to State for the fourth year in a row. According to Spicer he did not do as well as he had hoped but overall he took fifteenth place. After two days of playing in his last State tournament, Spicer was twelve shots off the leader. State was May 12 and 13.

Girls Tennis: Junior Jessica Emoto made it to State for the third time this year. Emoto is an individual player and took fifth overall in the girls 6A tennis tournament. Senior Aminah Khinnarath and junior Catrina Kwong both made it to state in doubles this year but were not able to compete due to scheduling conflicts.

Boys Tennis: Freshman Blain Mott made his way to State by taking third place at the district tournament, held here. Mott lost both his games at State and was only a competitor. Many state that this was a good experience for Mott to get used to however for in the future.

Girls Track: Overall in the district tournament the girls took second place. Going to State were seniors Haley Crouser and Kennedy Martin, sophomore Olivia Raines and freshman Leah Russell. Crouser took first in shot put and javelin and was a competitor in the discus event. Martin took sixth in the 3000 meter run, Raines took fifth place in the discus and Russell was a competitor in the 300 meter hurdles. The girls team took thirteenth at the State tournament.

Boys Track: Overall in the district tournament the boys team took fourth. The 4X100 meter relay team made it to State and the team consisted of seniors Hunter Pattock and DeVauntae Hoffman, junior Gre’Gonta Brown and freshman Emony Robinson; they did not place at State. Hoffman was also a competitor in the 100 meter dash. Pattock was a competitor in the 110 meter hurdles. Junior Brian Salgado took third place at the State tournament in Shot Put and right behind him was junior Ken Onyima taking fourth place at State in the same event. Senior Micah Tolai was a competitor in the long jump event and State and lastly senior Kaleb Crimp was a seventh place finisher in the javelin.