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Seven track student-athletes sign to continue academic and athletic career

Congratulations to the seven student-athletes who signed to continue their academic and athletic careers in a ceremony held on Thursday, May 20, 2021, in the MHS Multipurpose Building.

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MHS student-athlete C.J. Owens

CJ Owens-Meridian Community College

4-year Member of the Varsity Track Team and competes in multiple events. 

Pole Vault

4x100

4x200

MHS student-athlete Teknetra Batiste with her family.

Teknetra Batiste- Coahoma Community College

Won a State Championship in the 8th Grade in the 4x800.

MHS student-athlete Princess Grant.

Princess Grant-Millsaps

Won a State Championship in the 8th Grade in the 4x800.

Ranked 10th in her class

GPA of 4.0

MHS student-athlete Sa'Nya McPhail and her family.

Sa’Nya McPhail-Grambling

Won a State Championship  in the 8th Grade in the 4x800

State RunnerUp in the 300M hurdles

MHS student-athlete Kemarie Wade and family.

Kemarie Wade-Mississippi University for Women

Ranked amount the top 15 times in the state of Mississippi. 

Competed in the 400m, 200m and 100m

MHS student-athlete Taylan Edwards and family.

Taylan Edwards-Meridian Community College

Competed in the following events:

Triple Jump

High Jump

Long Jump

400m

4x400 Meter Relay

MHS student-athlete Christopher Johnson and family.

Christopher Johnson- Stillman

Competed in the following events:

Triple Jump

High Jump

Long Jump

100m

200m

4x100 Meter Relay

4x200 Meter Relay