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man led with a 13thplace finish with a mark of 32.49 meters followed by Alicia Tripp in 18th with a mark of 30.54 meters. Camille Mendez finished 25th with a throw of 19.71 meters.
Freeman also competed in the hammer throw, finishing in 20th place with a mark of 30.61 meters. Mendez followed in 26th with a throw of 27.37 meters. Lastly, Tripp competed in the javelin, throwing for a mark of 24.94 meters to finish 15th.
As for day two, Jarriel ran in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and finished in seventh with a time of 12:18.98. During the triple jump, Shepherd finished 11th with a mark of 10.39 meters followed by Surrey in 12th with a jump of 10.13 meters.
Lastly, Freeman finished 13th in the shot put with a throw of 10.75 meters followed by Tripp in 14th with the same distance.
The Barons finished tied for sixth with 30 team points during the two-day meet in Kennesaw, Georgia. Friday was the first day of events in Kennesaw with 11 Barons competing in a total of five events. Four of the 11 Barons competed in the 200-meter dash. Lil’Vasco Winfrey led the charge with a time of 22.36 seconds for 21st place. Ty’Sheem Denton ran a time of 22.63 seconds for 28th followed by Deandrea Jolly in 48th with a time of 23.29 seconds. John Stokes rounded out the Barons in 67th with a time of 24.46 seconds.
In the 5,000-meter race, Aaron Pinckard finished in 12th with a time of 17:47.88 followed by Frankie Williams in 13th with a time of 18:48.45.
For the field events, four student-athletes competed in the long jump. Firdan Keflinzein led with a 14th-place finish jumping for a mark of 6.38 meters. La’eeq Mahdi finished in 15th with a jump of 6.35 meters while Derrick Reid jumped for 5.48 meters for 17th place. Colt Brantley recorded a foul as well.
Kohlman Greer competed in both the discus and hammer throw. For the discus, he finished in 16th with a mark of 34.41 meters followed by his 16th-place finish of 29.66 meters in the hammer throw.
As for day two, a host of Barons competed across a total of nine events. Both the 4×100 and 4×400 relay teams finished with top-five performances. Brandon Schultz, Jamon Tymes, Brantley, and Denton finished with a time of 43.11 seconds in the 4×100 relay while Warren Hollis, Jaylen Mable, Winfrey, and Jolly ran a time of 3:23.46 in the 4×400 relay.
Schultz picked up another first-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles. He beat the NAIA “A” Standard time by 0.43 seconds with his 14.17-second finish on Saturday. Tymes also competed in the event, finishing in eighth with a time of 15.65 seconds.
In the 100-meter dash, Brantley finished ninth with a time of 11.11 seconds while Keflinzein finished 30th with a time of 11.93 seconds. Lastly, stokes finished with a time of 11.99 for 33rd. As for the 400-meter dash, both Hollis and Jolly ran. Hollis recorded a time of 50.78 seconds for 15th followed by Jolly in 17th with a time of 51.48 seconds. Bradley Taylor competed in the 400-meter hurdles and finished with a time of 1:00.57 for 14th place.
For the field events, Nathaniel Shields tied for ninth in the pole vault with a mark of 4.20 meters. Mahdi and Reid competed in the triple jump on Saturday. Mahdi finished in fourth place with a mark of 13.80 meters followed by Reid in ninth with a jump of 12.18 meters. Ryder Sasser earned a fifthplace finish in the high jump with a mark of 1.75 meters.
Brewton-Parker will compete at the Alice Coachman Invitational at Albany State (Ga.) on April 9.