Newton Girls Varsity Track

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Head Coach-Demetrice Perry-Stokes

Email-stokes.demetrice@newton.k12.ga.us

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Girls Track & Field Earns 2nd place Finish at New Rock Championship

On Thursday evening the Lady Rams competed in the New Rock Championship and placed 2nd overall.  Please see the individual results below. Way to go Rams!!! Event Name Place 100m dash McKenzie Calloway Laliyah Sterling Amoi Hagans 1st  2nd 3rd 200m dash McKenzie Calloway Laliyah Sterling 1st 2nd 800m run Kendyl Maddox 3rd 4×100 m

Boys and Girls Track Results from 1st Annual James Rollerson Memorial Meet

This past Saturday both the Boys and Girls Track Teams competed in the 1st Annual James Rollerson Memorial Relays named after our long time girls track Coach “Rollo”.   The boys finished 6th overall and had top 3 finishes JoJo finished 3rd in the 110 Hurdles, and Joseph Alfred 3rd in the triple jump with

Girls Track and Field Results from Heritage Invitational

On Saturday our Varsity Girls Track and Field finished 5th place overall out of 12 teams.  See below for our top performers. 1st place 100m McKenzie Calloway 4th place 100m Laliyah Sterling 5th place 100m Amoi Hagans 3rd place 200m McKenzie Calloway 5th place 200m Laliyah Sterling 6th place 200m Jordyn Ash 3rd place 800m Kendyl

Anaya Arnold Receives Scholarship to Fort Valley State

Congratulations to  Anaya Arnold as she signed a full athletic and academic scholarship to Fort Valley State University.  Anaya was a member of the NHS Track and Cross Country team. For the past three years she qualified for the state finals in the 800meter/1600m relay.  Anaya holds the school record in the 800m with a

In Memory of Girls Track Coach Jay “Rollo” Rollerson

My heart is sooo heavy right now, l am really in disbelief at this moment. I lost a great friend, mentor, and legendary coach who stuck with me from the beginning to the end. Jay Rollerson, was like family to me, but our girls track team looked up to him as a father figure and