Kimberly Harris, Jayda Drake Howard Record Setting Days At GHSA 5A-6A Championships
The Georgia High School Association track and field season came to an end on Saturday and it would be a record setting day of action at the Class 5A and 6A races. In 5A on the girls side, the Buford Lady Wolves would take the crown as the state champions, with their 4x100M relay team getting the day stated for them with a first place win in a time of 45.26.
In the next event, the girls 400M dash, Kimberly Harris would set a new 5A state record, winning in a time of 53.31 winning the state title in that race for the second year in a row. Harris' teammate, Trinity Price, who would win the 200M dash, would take second in the race. The Lady Wolves would continue to rack up the points as Alexa Rossum would take first in the girls 100M dash in a time of 11.78.
The Lady Wolves go on to win the team title with 73 points. In a race that would not go to the Lady Wolves, North Springs' Jayda Drake Howard would set the nation's fourth fastest time in the girls 100M hurdles, winning in a time of 13:55.
Taking second in that race would be Stockbridge's Darci Khan who's time of 13.56 would be the fifth fastest time in the country. Dutchtown would take the boys 5A title, while Alexander would claim girls 6A and Allatoona would bring home the boys 6A crown. Watch highlights from the races below now!