The Scottsboro girls and boys indoor track and field teams continued their strong indoor seasons with more stellar performances on Monday.

Scottsboro athletes on both teams posted numerous Top-20 finishes during the MLK Invitational on Monday at the Birmingham Crossplex.

Although the events were broken up onto Class 1A-5A and Class 6A-7A divisions, the team standings included each team regardless of classification. Scottsboro was the top finishing Class 1A-5A boys team and the second-highest finishing 1A-5A girls team.

In the overall standings, Scottsboro tied with Thompson for third place in the varsity boys standings with 48.50 points. Hoover took the top spot with 69.50 points while Northridge was second with 67 points. 

Scottsboro finished fourth in the varsity girls division with 46.50 points. Campbell (Georgia) won the event with 72 points, followed by Ramsay with 58 and Bradwell Institute (Georgia) with 48.50.

The Scottsboro girls had two event championships, with Isabel Wynn winning the high jump (5 feet, 2 inches) and the 4x800-meter relay team won with a time of 10:56.08.

Wynn also posted a third-place finish in the 800-meter run (2:31.03) while. Anna Carlson (2:37.98) and Emily Littles (2:38.99) finished sixth and seventh respectively while Isabella Noble placed third in the 1600 (5:42.30) while Ally Campbell was 17th (6:18.48), and Lauren Hamm (9-06), Kyla Reichle (8-06) and Makayla Keel finished fifth, sixth and 11th respectively in the pole vault. Sadie Latham finished 10th (12:59.14), Skylar Farr 16th (14:33.52) and Shelton Linville 19th (14:39.59) in the 3200 while Emma Hancock was 10th (31-11.5) in the triple jump, Hamm 12th in the high jump (4-08), Wynn 13th (14-11.75) in the long jump and Madison Kubon 30th in the shot put (25-06.5).

The Scottsboro varsity boys had two event wins, with Cooper Atkins taking the top spot in the 800-meter run (2:03.49) while the 4x800-meter relay team posted a winning time of 8:16.66. Meanwhile, Scottsboro’s 4x400 team of posted a second-place finish (3:42.88).

Maddox Hamm finished third in the pole vault (12-06) for the Wildcats while Benson Atkins was fourth in the 800 (2:06.30) and Rex Green was fourth in the 16000 (4:39.14). Nathan Jones placed seventh in the shot put (42-02) while Rio Reyes was eighth in the high jump (5-06) and Alex Cantrell was eighth in the triple jump (40-01) and ninth in the long jump (18-08). Zach Avenel (10:53.25) and Noah Bonsall (11:16.49) finished eighth and 18th respectively in the 3200 while Josue Vela Castillo was 18th in the 3200 (11:16.49).

Pisgah — Pisgah’s Pierson Smith posted a pair of top-20 finishes for Pisgah in the 1A-5A varsity boys long jump and triple jump events. The senior finished 17th in the long jump (17-09.25) and 20th in the triple jump (36-04.5).

For the Pisgah girls, Kaylynn Morgan posted a 15th-place finish in the triple jump (30-03.5) while Hannah Gant was 17th in the shot put (26-01.5).

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