Junior Dominique Nock is ranked first in Region 4-AAA in the long jump, second in the triple jump, second in the 100m, second in the 200m and fourth in the 400m.
Senior Jenna Wesley is ranked first in the 1600m, first in the 3200m, first in the 800m, second in the 440m and fourth in the triple jump.
Sophomore Grenishia Daniel is ranked second in the 300m hurdles, fifth in the 400m, third in the high jump and sixth in the 100m hurdles.
“We are excited about our challenge that has been set for us, but we know we must concentrate on one meet at a time,” said Lady Jags head coach Dolores Owen. “We are a very young team this year. We graduated some big names last year, including Stanariel Phinazee (now at Georgia State), Shakeva Richards (Old Dominion) and Shay Wright (Darton).”
Because of her injury she sustained over the summer, Nock may be out for at least the first meet of the season. She is going to visit her doctor today.
Spalding’s first meet is March 5 at Lamar County High School at 9 a.m.