With the cancellation of all spring sports and not being able to host senior nights, we’d like to take the time to honor all our Seniors participating in spring sports.
Class of 2020 Boys and Girls Track Team
We would like to recognize our Boys and Girls track Seniors. They are “Second to none”, and are going to be missed. Each one has a bright future ahead. All twelve seniors have contributed to a tremendous success over the past several years both academically and on the track.
- Girls 2018 District and Region Champions
- Boys 2018 District Champions
- Boys 2019 Region Champions
- Girls and Boys 4x 100meter State Runners-up in 2019
- Boys 4×800 Relay State Runners-up 2018
- Boys Team Finished in 5th overall in 2019 State Finals
- Girls 4×100 Competed at New Balance Nationals
- 3 Individual State Champions
Kaitlyn Croffie: Sprints and Hurdles
Kaitlyn is the daughter of James and Latosha Croffie. She is in the IB program and has a 4.84 GPA. She is the current Student Body Reporter, a member of the National Honor Society, the National Honor Society for Dance Arts, and the World Language Honor Society. She has been on the Principal’s Honor Roll all four years of high school and is an Academic All-Star. Kaitlyn will be continuing her studies at Clemson University majoring in Civil Engineering.
Kaitlyn is a four-year letterman and girls team Captain for track. She is an All-Around Athlete. Her personal best times are 12.56 in the 100 meters and 26.32 in the 200 meters. She also ran a 16.65 in the 100m hurdles. Katie did tremendous in the Region Meet in 2019 where she qualified in four different events. Her favorite track moment was competing in the 2019 State Championships and placing runner-up in the 4x 100 relay with a time of 48.65. She also competed in the New Balance Nationals on the 4x 100 relay team. We are very proud of Kaitlyn and will miss her bright smile.
Mackenzie Blair: Jumps and Hurdles
Mackenzie is the daughter of Andrew and Jennifer Blair. She is attending the University of Montevallo in Alabama. Mackenzie is Majoring in Psychology. She is a four-year track letterman. She came out for track as freshman and did exceptionally well in the jumps. She worked hard and often would stay after practice and work on her high jump technique with Coach Johnson. Every season she qualified for the state Finals in the pole vault and the high jump. In 2019 she placed 5th in the state finals in the pole vault clearing 9 feet and 5th in the High Jump in 2018 clearing 4 feet and 10 inches. She was the most valuable female athlete at the 2018 Region Meet scoring over 30 points. She was a Region Champion in the pole vault and high jump. Her personal best triple jump was 32 feet and 9 inches and 5 feet and 2 inches in the high jump. She was Honorable Mention for track in the Midlands 2017. Her favorite memory is going to the State Meet and lying in the grass and eating oranges after competing. We are proud of Mackenzie and will miss her competitive spirit.