EHS Track

The Enterprise indoor track team had a great showing at the Icebreaker Invitational. 

The Enterprise High School indoor track team traveled to Birmingham to compete in the Icebreaker Invitational on Jan. 5.

Both the boys and girls teams finished 24th at the event that featured 52 schools from both Class 6A and 7A.

Both girls and boys teams also took home seventh place finishes in the 4x800 team relay. Representing the girls was Lauren Rodgers, Natalie Warner, Kayliegh Riordan and Sophia Hop. Tyler Rathburn, Brett Tessay, Rajan Dahale and Henry Templin represented the boys in the 4x800 relay.

A number of Wildcats and Lady Cats also earned qualifying standards to compete in the Class 7A Indoor Track State Meet on Feb. 7-8, including both girls and boys 4x800 relay teams.

The boys 4x400 team of Danny Barbaran Sun, Rathburn, Tessay and Templin also qualified for the state meet along with the 4x200 girls team consisting of Aniyah Kitt, Amariia Leggett, Zaina Aejandre-Ojeda and Rachel Peterson.

The 4x200 boys team also qualified and will be represented by DeMarius Leonard, Dekaine Leonard, Dain Grimes and Jaylon Webster.

Webster – an Enterprise football star – also qualified for the state meet in the long jump, while Tyrone Clark qualified for both the triple jump and long jump.

Dekaine Leonard and Kendrett Green both qualified for the 60-meter dash, while Warner and Rathburn qualified for the 1600-meter run. Warner also qualified for the 3200-meter run.

Kendrett Green qualified for the 60-meter dash and Rodgers qualified for the 800-meter run and Tessay qualified for the 3200-meter run.

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