NORCROSS, Ga. ” The Spalding High girls track and field team scored 75 points Wednesday to win a three-school meet at Wesleyan by 27 points and up its win streak to an unprecedented five- for-five as three school records fell.
Shakeva Richards set a new school record with a toss of 32-7.25 in the shot put, while Stanariel Phinazee ran a 60.24 to set a new school record in the 400 and Jenna Wesley ” who already has the best 800 time in Class AAA across the state this season ” set a school record with a run of 2:26.86 in the same event.
First-place finishes for SHS Wednesday at Wesleyan came from Wesley in the 800 and triple jump (31-8); Dominique Nock in the long jump (17-03) and 100 (12.7); Melissa Jefferson in the 100 hurdles (17.4); Richards in the high jump (4-8); Phinazee in the 400; and the 4x100 team of Chyna Hastings,Nock, Shay Wright and Phinazee (50.71) as well as the 4x400 team of Phinazee, Nock, Wright and Wesley (4:15.34).
Rounding out the team standings were Wesleyan with 48 points and Woodward Academy with 45 points.
Second-place finishes Wednesday came from Sarah Adams in the high jump (4-6), Richards in the shot put, Dee Jordan in the 300 hurdles (53.80) and by Wesley in the 1600 (5:31.21).
Spalding tries to make it six-for-six Saturday at the Jefferson Relays in Jefferson, Ga. The meet is strictly for the various relays.