Eleven Track and Field Members Named All-Middle Georgia

MACON, Ga. – Eleven FPD varsity track and field team members have been selected to the Macon Telegraph’s All-Middle Georgia Team, announced Friday, June 19.

“Our boys and girls track and field programs continue to thrive because of the hard work and dedication our student-athletes put in,” FPD head coach John Griffin said. “Their effort and determination never waivers and they are to be commended for their efforts.”

The following participants were named to the All-Middle Georgia BOYS Track and Field Team:

— Barron Jones, 400m, Honorable Mention
— Bryce Little, 1600m, Honorable Mention
— Will Martin, 3200m, Honorable Mention
— Josh Miller, Pole Vault, Honorable Mention
— Titus Moore, 110m Hurdles, Honorable Mention
— Jam Morris, High Jump, Honorable Mention
— Jonathan Raines, WINNER: 300m Hurdles; Honorable Mention: 110m Hurdles
— Robby Watson, WINNER: Discus; Honorable Mention: Shot Put
— Boys 4x100m Relay, Honorable Mention
— Boys 4x400m Relay, Honorable Mention

The following participants were named to the All-Middle Georgia GIRLS Track and Field Team:

— Carson Dingler, WINNER: Pole Vault
— Maggie Johnston, WINNER: Discus

“Having all of these athletes on the All-Middle Georgia Team shows me that our kids want to compete at a high level and that they have the drive to continue to get better,” Griffin said. “They represent their school, teammates and families in a first-class manner.”

The varsity boys track and field team completed a memorable season in 2015, finishing as the GHSA Class-A Private Runner-Up for the first time in school history.

For the complete list of the All-Middle Georgia Boys and Girls Track and Field Teams, click HERE.

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