The Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School girls’ track team and the Wewahitchka Jr./Sr. High School girls’ cross country team paced the area in meters.


The Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School girls’ track team and the Wewahitchka Jr./Sr. High School girls’ cross country team paced the area in meters.



The Port St. Joe girls won the district track and field meet, finished fourth in the Region 1-A meet and had five athletes earn medals at the state track and field championships.



Maya Robbins established herself as the heir-apparent to Kayla Parker, the Port St. Joe alum burning up Southeastern Conference tracks in her senior year the University of Kentucky.



Robbins, who skipped basketball this winter to concentrate on her senior season of track, won district titles in the sprints, placed at region and medaled at state.



Pole vaulter Nicole Endres and Michell Pryor in the shot put and discus also stood out as did three middle-schoolers, Brooklyn Quinn, Maliyah McNair and Damari Cutler.



The Lady Gators team of Kristen Nichols, Tara Walding, Ashleigh Price, McKenna Waters, Rylee Waters and Sha’Mario Cole won the District 3-1A cross country and also competed at regional.