Lady Jacks’ Holloway captures Field MVP in district meet

Published 12:48 pm Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Bogalusa’s Caitlin Holloway won the Field MVP at the District 8-3A Meet and plenty of her teammates will be joining her at regionals after their performances in the league meet on last Wednesday at Jewel Sumner.

Holloway came in second place in the long jump and shot put. She was also part of the Lady Jacks’ three relay teams that all came in third place.

Holloway had a long jump distance of 15 feet, 7.5 inches. Her shot put distance was 27-9.

Yasmin Chatmon was fourth in the long jump at 13-6.

Cierra Gibson came in fourth in the shot put at 26-1.

Loranger’s Amiracle Collins won the long jump at 15-10.5, while Albany Ja’Meisha Williams was the shot put winner at 28-7.

Bogalusa’s 4×100 meter relay team, 4×200 and 4×400 teams all came in third place with times of 54.72 seconds, 2 minutes, 14 seconds and 5:36. The 4×100 team had Holloway, Chatmon, Ta’miya Crumedy and Shantazia Taylor. The 4×200 group had Holloway, Chatmon, Crumedy and Kailya Collins.

The 4×400 team featured Holloway, Chatmon, Crumedy and Collins. Jewel Sumner won the 4×100 and 4×200 with times of 51.77 and 1:50. Albany topped the 4×400 in 4:38.

Wednesday’s meet was a qualifier. The top four finishers from each meet move to regionals. The 3-3A Regional will take place on Wednesday at West Feliciana. Bogalusa is the only school from Washington Parish in District 8-3A.

Gibson was second in the discus with a throw of 74-2. Loranger’s Mady Shields won at 91-4.

Crumedy is headed to regionals in the 100 hurdles, coming in fourth place in 18.97.

Jefferson was seventh in 22.33. Loranger’s Madison Ackerman won in 16.11.

Several more athletes competed for Bogalusa.

Jefferson and Essence Scott ran fifth and sixth in the 300 hurdles with times of 1:06 and 1:13. Ackerman won the event in 50.07.

Crumedy was fifth for the 400 with a time of 1:13. Archbishop Hannan’s Angelle Wolfe won in 1:03.

Gibson was sixth in the javelin with a throw of 73-9. Loranger’s Mikayla won at 98-11.

Taylor and Chatmon ran seventh and eighth for the 100 in 15.19 and 15.27. Loranger’s Tori Burton topped the event in 13.09.

Jayda Henry and Taylor were seventh and eighth in the 800 after running times of 3:28 and 3:46. Albany’s Cayden Boudreaux won in 2:36.

Chatmon and Henry were eighth and ninth for the 200 with times of 33.86 and 34.63. Burton won in 26.55.