ALBANY, Ga. -- Shaw's Breeanna Mahone finished second in the Class AAAA long jump with a leap of 17 feet, 4 inches at the GHSA state track meet on Thursday. Monroe's Jahari Williams won at 18-2. Columbus' Britany Floyd finished seventh at 16-6¼.
Columbus' Brianna Dent finished eighth in the discus at 100-08.
Shaw's Octavia Sims finished fifth in triple jump at 35-07.
Columbus' Hope Skypek finished eighth in the 3,200 in 12:51.79.
In Class AA, Spencer's Miara Elmore came in fourth in the triple jump at 35-06.
TO AREA TITLE GAME
The Lady Red Devils stormed past Opelika 16-0 and Auburn 7-1 Thursday to earn a place tonight's 6A Area 5 championship game.
In Game 1, Taylor Corbett went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs and Kaelen Scott drove in four runs gainst Opelika in a game shortened by the mercy rule.
In Game 2, Allie Kelley allowed just two hits in a complete game victory over Auburn. Kelley (15-7) also picked up the win for Game 1. Central's offense was led by Corbett and Ashton Wicker, who each had two hits.
Central's wins Thursday clinched a spot in the South Central Regional in Troy next week.
Central's opponent in tonight's 6 p.m. championship game was to be determined late Thursday night.Thursday at Central
Opelika 000 0 --0 2 3
Central (10)00 6 --16 11 0
WP--Allie Kelley (14-7). LP--NA. Hitting leaders--Central: Taylor Corbett 3-4, 3 Rs, 3 RBI; Kristen Studds 1-3, BB, 3 Rs, 2 RBI; Katie Webb 1-4, 1 R, 2B, 2 RBI; Kaelen Scott 1-2, 2B, BB, 4 RBI.Game 2
Auburn 100 000 0 --1 2 2
Central 410 200 x --7 7 2
WP--Allie Kelley (15-7). LP--NA. Hitting leaders--Central: Taylor Corbett 2-4, 2 Rs, RBI; Ashton Wicker 2-3, R. Records--Central: 23-16. Next--Central plays in 6A Area 5 championship tonight at 6 p.m. vs. opponent TBD.
The Brookstone girls tennis team lost 3-2 to Darlington on Thursday in the second round of the class a private-school state tournament.
The Lady Cougars won both of the doubles matches.
At No. 1, Abby White and Alexandra McCluskey beat Reeves Trivette and Caroline Thoms 6-0,6-3. Abbie Dillon and Abigail Pitts won at No, 2 doubles, beating Jesssica Mauer and Shivani Singh 6-1, 6-0.
Darlington swept the singles matches.
Sarah Cait Hubbard defeated Jessica Lewis 6-2, 6-0 at No. 1 Singles. At No. 2 singles, Milan Rane beat Emmie Patton 6-1, 6-0. Emily Thurmond won at no. 3 Singles, 7-5, 6-4 over Rachel Hemmings.
athens Ch. 2, pacelli 1
ATHENS, Ga. -- Athens Christian tied the first-round Class A playoff match with five minutes to go Thursday and then won the match after overtime 4-3 on penalty kicks.
Pacelli had many opportunities against Athens Christian. Luke Dawahare put the Vikings up with a goal in the 25th minute of the first half after receiving a cross from Trevor Dempsey.
Pacelli led the rest of the way until Pete Smith scored the unassisted tying goal with five minutes left.
The Vikings missed a penalty kick and could not take advantage of a 26-15 shots-on-goal margin.
The Vikings finish the seaons 5-12-1.Thursday at Athens, Ga.
Goals--Pacelli: Luke Dawahare. Athens Christian: Peter Smith, Assists--Trevor Dempsey. Goalies--Pacelli: Daniel Mansfield, 15 saves. Athens Christian: Leo Santucci, 25 saves. Records--Pacelli 5-12-1.
CALVARY 5,THE CAMPUS 1
Joshua Mixon scored three goals to lead Calvary Christian to a win.Thursday
Goals--Calvary Joshua Mixon 3, Brandon McQuinn 2. The Campus NA. Assists--Calvary Mixon, McQuinn, Clayton Barefield, Jeremy Gross, Adam Gray. Goalies--Calvary Thomas Chappel 6 saves. Records--Calvary 10-7. Next: Calvary, Monday at 5 p.m., at Providence Christian.
CALHOUN 10,JORDAN 0
CALHOUN, Ga. -- Calhoun beat Jordan 10-0 in a GHSA Class AA state playoff game that was shortened due to the mercy rule.
MURRAY CO. 10,CHATTCO 0
CHATTSWORTH, Ga. -- Murray County beat Chattahoochee County 10-0 in a GHSA Class AA state playoff game that was shortened due to the mercy rule.
Lindsey Davis led Central to a seventh-place finish in the Class 6A sectional.Thursday
Team scores: Spain Park 250, Auburn 257, Wetumpka 292, Gardendale 331, Pelham 334, Prattville 348, Central 359.
Central: Lindsey Davis 104, Anny Williams 123, Jordan Griffin 132. Smiths Station: Kathryn Moore 106.