PRESCOTT, Ark. — Arkansas High won the girls division of the annual Army National Guard Wolf Relays Thursday at Eddie Jackson Field in Cummins Stadium.
The Lady Backs scored 153 points with Magnolia second with 118. Lakeside placed third with 105, Ashdown fourth with 76, and Lake Hamilton fifth at 74.
Vilonia won the boys division with 143.5 points. Arkansas High was runner-up with 76.5 points, and Lake Hamilton placed third with 75.5. Ashdown was fourth at 65, and Magnolia fifth with 61.
Ashanti Railey won the girls 100 meters (13.03) and long jump (16-9) for Arkansas High. Marcayla Montgomery was second in the 100 with a time of 13.26 for AHS, and Ashdown's Porsha Randle was second in the long jump at 16-2.
Arkansas High's Keeyoncee Butler won the 400 meters in 1:01.73, and Prescott's Keisha Johnson (1:03.76) and India Rooney (1:06.21) were 2-3 in the race.
Stajiah Taylor won the 100-meter hurdles for the Lady Backs in 17.36, and Hope's C'Aiarh King was second in 18.58. Zniah Nelson won the 300 hurdles for AHS in 49.49, and Jamyia Montgomery won the high jump at 5-2.
Arkansas High won all three relays, including a 50.45 in the 4x100 relay. Alyssa Grissom, who was second in the 200-meter individual race (27.47) was joined on the relay team by Marcayla Montgomery, Nelson and Vicazia Williams.
Butler, Larnya Solomon, Nelson and Railey made up the winning 4x400 relay (4:21.98), and Alashae English, Kylie Lindley, Butler and Solomon won the 4x800 in 11:14.08.
Ashdown's Jukarra Greenlee took gold in the triple jump (36-0), and Nelson of AHS was second (34-2).
On the boys side, Jamarious Johnson of AHS won the 110 hurdles (15.02) and 300 hurdles (41.01). Johnson was also the first leg of the winning 4x100 relay team (43.77), which also included Rome McClure, Donovan Neal and Daquan Williams. AHS' 4x400 relay team was second in 3:41.80.
Arkansas High's Neal was second in the 200 meters in 23.27. Ashdown's Kameron Benton placed second in the high jump (5-10), and Arkansas High's Anton Harper was third at 5-10.
Prescott's Jaylen Hopson won the boys 100 meters in 11.34, and Derriun Thompson won the triple jump in 43-8.