Chargers Track and Field at Florida State Meet

by: Coach Cameron
Select Varsity Track and Field Chargers competed at the Florida State Meet. The girls placed 21st, the boys placed 15th.

The track meet started two hours late due to weather. The Chargers won their first state title of the day when back-to-back state champion Sonoma Kasica '24 set a mark of 44.78 in the javelin. That throw made her the first athlete to win three state titles in three different years. The second title came when Ahmad Crumity '25 won the triple jump title on his very last jump (13.62m), which was good enough to outlast another round of jumpers. 

4x100: Kaja Dionne '24, Claire J. '27, Alanis Job '24, Ella B. '27 (10th place) 
4x400: Claire James, Alex Estremera, Mylie McDonough, Kaja Dionne (9th place) 
Sonoma Kasica '24 Javelin (1st place, 44.78m), Shotput (14th place) 
Layla Petrovich '24 Javelin (14th, 29.39), Discus (7th place) 
Kaja Dionne '24 400m dash (11th place)

Ahmad Crumity '25 Triple Jump (1st place), Long Jump (6th place)
Jeremy Barton '23 Javelin (13th place)
Trey Fudge '23 400 meter Dash (9th place)

New School Records:
Ahmad Crumity '25 Triple Jump, Layla Petrovich '24 Javelin and Discus, and the girls 4x400 team (Claire J. '27, Alex Estremera '26, Mylie McDonough '23, Kaja Dionne '24)


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