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Collins, Woodkins deliver solid gold efforts at state track & field finals
GALVESTON COUNTY ATHLETES stood proud at the state high school track and field finals, as
Clear Springs’ Kirk Collins and La Marque’s Jackeria Woodkins brought home state
championships over the weekend.
Collins won gold in the 6A boys’ 110-meter hurdles in a time of 13.82 seconds, allowing him to
edge the 13.85 seconds ran by Springs’ Treyvon Mays. The junior also finished second in the
boys’ 300-meter hurdles, finishing the event in a time of 36.86 seconds. Arlington Bowie’s Ryan
Williams won the event with a time of 36.81 seconds.
Woodkins topped the field in the 4A girls’ 400-meter run, marking the second straight year the
Cougars standout won the state title. Woodkins’ winning time was 55.88 seconds as she
breezed past Kiara Brown of Dallas Carter. The La Marque senior finished sixth in the girls’ 200-
meter race in a time of 25.20 seconds.
Dickinson’s Koi Johnson narrowly missed medaling in both of her events, as the Gators senior
finished fourth in both the 6A girls’ triple jump (41 feet, 2.25 inches) and long jump (19 feet, .75
inches).
Likewise, the Clear Falls’ girls’ 4×400 relay team just missed bringing home gold, but the quartet
of Kennedy Wade, Afiah Brathwaite, Destiny Muckelroy and Chermariea Hardy finished second
in the 6A field with a time of 3:42.58, trailing the gold medal-winning time of 3:39.79 set by
DeSoto.
Wade finished sixth in the girls’ 800-meter run in a time of 2:07.40, while Hardy placing seventh
in the girls’ 400-meter run (55.83 seconds).
Destiny Smith of Dickinson finished fourth in the 6A girls’ 300-meter hurdles, as her time of
43.42 seconds was just short of eclipsing Fort Bend Travis’ Victoria Mathiew’s third place time
of 42.84 seconds.
Clear Springs’ Lionell Frederick finished seventh in the 6A boys’ discus with a throw of 165 feet,
3 inches, while Clear Creek’s Olivia Lueking finished seventh in the 6A girls’ pole vault, finishing
with a best of 12 feet. Clear Brook’s Camyrn Dickson placed eighth in the 6A girls’ 100-meter
dash (11.88 seconds).
Daniel Armstrong of Friendswood finished seventh in the 5A boys’ 400-meter dash with a time
of 49.83 seconds. Fellow Mustang Mike Hermes finished sixth in the boys’ high jump with a best
of 6 feet, 4 inches.

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