The Jonesboro girls placed second and the Mundy’s Mill boys finished third, highlighting Clayton County performers in the Region 3-AAAAA Track and Field Championships.
Jonesboro took runner-up honors in the girls meet with 108 points, trailing only Woodward Academy’s 234, and Mundy’s Mill was fourth.
Yahnari Lyons racked up the points for Jonesboro with first-place finishes in the 100 (11.65 seconds), 200 (24.34) and 100 hurdles (14.01). Teammates Ayana Pugh (shot put, 38 feet, 2 inches) and Queens Adams (high jump, 5-0) also won region titles. Pugh also was third in the discus.
Mundy’s Mill’s Haley Miller won the discus (104-6) and was second in the shot put.
Mundy’s Mill boys, which finished third at 85 points behind Woodward (206) and Creekside (151), had a trio of region champions led by Corey Barnes in the 200 (22.29). Barnes also was second in the 100 (10.84).
Teammates Shawn Jarrett (400, 50.55) and Demario Sewell (800, 2:07.63) also picked up event wins.