Oak Ridge senior Jordan Graham finished first in the boys 100-meter dash in the Hardin Valley Invitational this past weekend.
Graham finished first with a time of 10.93 seconds.
He was followed by Austin-East senior Jazine Pelcher at 10.97 seconds, Cleveland senior Zylon Cooper at 11.15, Catholic sophomore Nicklaus Iverson at 11.17, and Maryville junior Jackson Jett at 11.26.
In other top results, Oak Ridge senior Erin Van Berkel finished third in the girls discus with a throw of 114 feet and five inches.
Wilson Central junior Zoe Vlk finished first in that event with a throw of 136-11, and Jefferson County junior Jaycee Schroder finished second with a throw of 124-05. Oak Ridge freshman Amelia Van Berkel was 13th at 94-00.
Oak Ridge senior Ethan Stone finished sixth in the boys 300-meter hurdles (43.49), the boys finished fourth in the 4×100-meter relay (44.41), and junior Cameron Malone was fifth in the boys triple jump (38-08.25).
Oak Ridge freshman Beatrice Shea finished fifth in the girls 3,200-meter run (12:17.22), where junior Jessie Strader was 10th (13:06.82); the girls finished eighth in the 4×800-meter relay (10:49.81); and senior Makiya Garrett was seventh in the girls long jump (16-01).
Anderson County senior Brittany Bishop finished first in the girls pole vault at 12 feet. Anderson County senior Mollie Longmire finished fifth in the girls 800-meter run (2:23.28), and she finished second in the 1,600-meter run (5:10.01), followed by senior Maddy Moody, who finished third (5:10.36).
Clinton sophomore Jazmin Moore was 11th in the girls shot put at 33-00.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
You can see the complete results of the Hardin Valley Invitational, which was March 29-30 at Hardin Valley Academy, here.
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