Members of the Munford High School boys' and girls' track teams had a good day last Friday at the OuterLimit Powersports Dyersburg Invitational.
Both teams took first place in the 14-school field and senior Kylan Cunningham set a school record.
Cunningham cleared 6 feet, 6.5 inches on his final jump to take first place in the high jump and put his name in the school record book.
His twin brother, Kyree Cunningham, finished third in the long jump.
Jevon Floyd finished second in the 110-meter hurdles, second in the triple jump and third in the 300-meter hurdles. Chase Millican took third in the triple jump for Munford.
Michael Andrews finished third in the 3200 and Munford's 4x100 and 4x400 teams each took third place. In the 4x800, Munford and Brighton tied for third.
Brighton's Solomon Davis finished second in the 400 meters and Christian Holly was third in the shot put.
As for the girls, Munford won five events, including the 4x400 and 4x800. Ayonna Lemons won the 100- and 300-meter hurdles and Linda Giffing took first in the 3200.
Brighton's Andreanna Hood, a state qualifier last year, took first in the shot put and discus.
Other top finishers for Munford included Bryanna Tuggle taking third in the shot put, Ciara Potter second in the high jump and third in the long jump, Kayla Chapman second in the 300 hurdles and third in the 100 hurdles, Maiya Reed second in the 800, Payton Steele third in the high jump and Ionna Dunlap third in the 400.
Brighton's Sylvia Jones won the triple jump and Audrey Rook took second in the 400.
Complete results can be found here.
In another meet:
The Covington track boys' and girls' track teams had some success at the Memphis University School meet on April 9.
Hailey Landers led the pack, posting a time of 12:48 in the 3200-meter run to win the event.
The girls’ 400-meter relay team placed second. Team members are Nakia Gilliam, Antaneisha Mason, M’Dia Walker, Brittany Payne and Sha’Dasia Yarbrough. The boys’ 400-meter relay team of Donavan Dotson, Otto Williams, Joshua Tyus, Khadi Jenkins and Deric Sherfield placed fourth.
Steve Holt contributed to this story.