In the process, Nock — who qualified fourth in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.51 on Thursday in the preliminaries — set a school record (12.1) in the 100 on Saturday. Later in the day, Nock — who qualified second in the 200-meter dash with a school-record run of 24.75 two days earlier — ran a 25.1 in the 200.
Spalding’s 4x100 relay team of Grenisha Daniel, Shaquoria Reid, Veronica Anderson and Nock — which had the seventh fastest qualifying time (48.55) in preliminaries — ran a 48.7 on Saturday to place seventh in the finals.
Other Spalding High athletes to compete this weekend included Dee Dee Matthews in the triple jump and Daniel in the 300-meter hurdles.
Matthews leaped a personal-record 36-foot-2 to qualify for the finals where she finish ninth, an inch away from scoring a team point. Daniel, meanwhile, ran a 47.13 to miss qualifying for the finals by three spots. The Lady Jags 4x400 team of Daniel, Reid, Anderson and Nock also just missed qualifying for the finals by placing ninth with a time of 4:05.54.
It was a banner season for the Spalding High girls track team which not only won several regular season events but also made it back-to-back championships at the region meet and sent a strong contingency to sectionals.