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Girls Track And Field

Alayah Dozier
Alayah Dozier First Team

School: Arts & Sciences

Grade: 11, , She won the Small Class state championship in the 400-meter dash, and she was second in the 100 and third in the 200.

Kayla Hayes
Kayla Hayes First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, , She won the Division II-AA state title in the 100-meter hurdles, was second in the 300 hurdles and was a member of the fourthplace 4x400 relay team.

Nicole Johnson
Nicole Johnson First Team

School: Tyner

Grade: 12, , She won the Small Class state championship in the 100 with a time of 12.13 seconds and finished second in the 200.

Gracie O'Neal
Gracie O'Neal First Team

School: Gordon Lee

Grade: 10, , She won Georgia Class A state titles in the 800 and the 1600, setting program records in both events.

Makayla Packer
Makayla Packer First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 10, , The dual-sport star set program records while winning Division II-AA titles in the 100 and 200 and was part of the first-place 4x200 relay team that set a program record.

Olivia Hoffman
Olivia Hoffman Second Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 12

Briley Lowry
Briley Lowry Second Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 9,

Mattie Parker
Mattie Parker Second Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 11

Rachel Smith
Rachel Smith Second Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12

Laura Turner
Laura Turner Second Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 10

Carley Braman
Carley Braman Third Team

School: GPS

Grade: 12

Kaylee Brown
Kaylee Brown Third Team

School: Gordon Lee

Grade: 9,

Catherine Drennan
Catherine Drennan Third Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 12

Tiyanna Johnson
Tiyanna Johnson Third Team

School: Cleveland

Grade: 12

Deyonna Lansden
Deyonna Lansden Third Team

School: Arts & Sciences

Grade: 10

Bill McMahan
Bill McMahan , Coach

School: Baylor

Coach, In his 28th and final season as Baylor's head coach, McMahan led the team to a state runner-up finish in Division II-AA. The Lady Red Raiders set four school records at the state meet. Baylor qualified 30 athletes or relay teams for the state meet, and 10 of those finished among the top three. "I thought we could have a pretty good team if nobody got hurt and if everybody would buy into being a team member," McMahan said. "They really did that about as well as could be expected, and we ran great in the finals. We did as well as we could do there, and I was really proud of them. My wish list for this team wasn't about winning a state championship, it was about everybody maxing out and giving their absolute best effort. Seeing the way they competed was a really special way for me to end my career."