Get caught up with all that happened in Class AAA Track & Field Championship at the 2023 TSSAA Spring Fling.
CLASS AAA BOYS
The Farragut boys squad came in expected to compete — and did.
The Admirals finished third in the state with 58 points, as Brentwood claimed gold with 83 points and Memphis Central second with 76.
Farragut sophomore Bryce Thompson won a state title in the shot put, heaving it 57-11.75 to set the standard.
His teammate Tyson Jackson, a senior won the discus with a mark of 156-4.
Tennessee signee Trevor Coggin, a senior at Farragut, claimed second in the 1600 in 4:16.93.
Matteo Tonnos, a junior at Farragut, was second in the 3200 in 9:15.70.
The Farragut 4 x 800 relay team claimed silver with a time of 7:54.43.
Maryville runners had a strong showing, as well. Tezz Dozier, a senior for the Rebels, was third in the 200 dash in 21.07 seconds. The Rebels’ 4 x 200 relay team won a state title in 1:25.38. Maryville was second in the 4 x 100 in 41.96 seconds.
Heritage senior and recent Tennessee signee Grant Campbell won the state high jump, as expected, with a winning mark of 7-0. He added that title to the one he won in 2021.
Nic Moore, a sophomore at Jefferson County, was third in shot put at 53-1.
McKale Hayes, a sophomore at Hardin Valley, was third in the 300 hurdles in 39.26 seconds.
CLASS AAA GIRLS
Elissa Longmire, a junior at Jefferson County, came home with two state titles.
She won the shot put (40-0) and the discuss (132-5).
Maryville senior Ashley Parrish was second in the shot put at 38-8.
Maryville’s 4 x 400 relay won gold in 3:56.77. The Lady Rebels were third in the 4 x 200 relay in 1:41.18.
Hardin Valley junior Maddie Archdale claimed second in the 800 in a time of 2:15.58.