North Texas Longhorns

North Texas Longhorn athletes from left to right: Jakayla Dabney, Sha Asia King, Kendall Bollin and Janaria Jackson.

The North Texas Longhorns competed in the TAAF state finals that was held July 25-28 in College Station.

Below are the following results from the North Texas Longhorns.

Girls

Janaria Jackson won gold in the 100-meter dash and the 200 dash.

The age 14 and under girls 4x100-meter relay team that consisted of Kendall Bollin, Jackson, Jakayla Dabney and Sha Asia King won silver.

The age 8 and under girls 4x100 relay team that consisted of Yoyo Hearn, Aleeyah Anderson, Jada Freeman and Bookie Dabney placed fifth.

Boys

Thomas Brown won silver in the 110-meter hurdles.

The age 14 and under boys 4x100 relay team that consisted of Kanye Nix, Andre Love, Arius Burton and Jamar Stokes placed fifth.

The North Texas Longhorns competed in the TAAF Region 7 Track Meet July 11-13 at Commerce Memorial Stadium.

Below are the following results from the North Texas Longhorns.

Boys

In the boys 100 dash age 14 and under, Andre Love placed second with a time of 12.03 and Jamarvion Stokes placed fourth with a time of 12.18.

In the boys 50 dash age 8 and under, Kingley Nix placed second with a time of 8:09.

In the boys 100 dash age 8 and under, Nix placed second with a time of 15:47.

In the boys 4x100 relay age 8 and under, the North Texas Longhorns placed second with a time of 1:03.19.

In the boys 200 dash age 14 and under, Kanye Nix placed third with a time of 24.44.

In the boys 400 dash age 14 and under, Arius Burton placed third with a time of 57.12.

In the boys 110 hurdles age 14 and under, Thomas Brown placed first with a time of 16.94 and Ahmad Rhodes placed second with a time of 20.12.

In the boys 300 hurdles age 14 and under, Thomas Brown placed fourth with a time of 50.83.

In the boys 4x100 relay age 14 and under, the North Texas Longhorns “A” team placed second with a 47.63. The North Texas Longhorns “B” team placed third with a time of 52.35.

Girls

In the girls 200 dash age 14 and under, Janaria Jackson placed first with a time of 24.21 and broke the meet record of 24.97 that was set by Shareen Sharieff in 1992.

In the girls 100 dash age 10 and under, Lauren Akinkuolie placed first with a time of 14:33.

In the girls 400 dash age 14 and under, Cedra Kirk placed first with a time of 1:01.97. Kendall Bollin placed second with a time of 1:02.36.

In the girls 4x100 relay age 14 and under, the North Texas Longhorns placed first with a time of 50.12.

In the girls 100 dash age 14 and under, Janaria Jackson placed first with a time of 11.99 and Shai Asia King placed fourth with a time of 13.09.

In the girls 4x100 relay age 8 and under, the North Texas Longhorns finished second with a time of 1:12.45.

In the girls 4x100 relay age 10 and under, the North Texas Longhorns placed second with a time of 1:01.19.

In the girls 50 dash age 8 and under, Aleeyah Andersonrhone placed fourth with a time of 8:56.

In the girls 50 dash age 6 and under, Promise Cosby placed fourth with a time of 9:33.

In the girls 100 dash age 6 and under, Promise Cosby palced third with a time of 17.47.

In the girls 100 hurdles age 16 and under, Markiara Skinermaroney placed fourth with a time of 17.24.

In the girls 300 hurdles age 14 and under, Shanayah Lawson placed fifth with a time of 53.07.

In the girls shot put age 10 and under, Kassidy Holt placed fifth.

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