GHSA Girls Track

Northgate's Anderson finishes 6th in 100 meters

by Staff Reports

ALBANY—Northgate’s Kemor Anderson was the only athlete from Coweta County to qualify for a running event at this year’s GHSA state meet, and she made the most of the opportunity.

The Lady Vikings’ junior finished sixth in the 100 meters to score points for her team in the Class AAAAA standings.

Anderson finished the race in a time of 12.44 at Hugh Mills Stadium.

Northside’s Cassondra Hall won the race in a time of 11.66. Jada Martin from M.L. King also finishing second and also ran the race in under 12 seconds, finishing in a time of 11.87.



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