Northview And Jay Athletes Headed To State Track And Field Finals

May 6, 2021

Athletes from both Northview and Jay High schools will compete in the state track and field finals.

Jay will complete on Friday in Class 1A, and Northview will compete in Class 2A on Saturday. Both finals are at the University of North Florida Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville.

From Northview:

  • Sarius Davis will complete the 100 meter and the 400 meter sprints (pictured top left).
  • John Michael Ward will complete in the shot put (pictured top right)

From Jay:

  • Jillian Thornton, ranked first in the state, will complete in the high jump. She also set a new school record at regionals (pictured below left).
  • Issac Black will compete in pole vault (pictured below middle).
  • Landry Cato will compete in pole vault (pictured below right).

Photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

2 Responses to “Northview And Jay Athletes Headed To State Track And Field Finals”

  1. William Reynolds on May 6th, 2021 5:01 pm

    >>What about students from Central?

    Central High is not in our regular North Escambia coverage area. Jay is in our secondary coverage area. Jay submitted the information to highlight their athletes, and we did.Central did not provide any information.

    (For those unfamiliar, Central High has a Milton address, and is located in central Santa Rosa County.)

  2. CB on May 6th, 2021 4:36 pm

    What about students from Central?





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