People to Watch, Girls Jumps, 2012

 

People To Watch, Girls Jumps, 2012

This is the third of ten in our “People To Watch” series listing the top USA high school track & field athletes divided by event groups (sprints, hurdles, distance, jumps, and throws) and gender.  Today’s listing will feature Girls Jumps (LJ, TJ, HJ, PV).  Check back frequently for future listings.

Athlete, Grade, School; Accomplishment (PR’s) -  i indicates indoor 2012, otherwise outdoors in current or previous year(s)

GIRLS JUMPS (long jump, triple jump, high jump, pole vault):

Javanique Burruss, 11, Louisa County HS, VA; LJi (20’1”)

Dakota Dailey-Harris, 12, LaSalle Academy, RI; HJi (5’10”)

Carla Forbes, 11, Newton North HS, MA; LJi (20’1.25”), TJ (42’1.5”

DerRenae Freeman, 12, West Orange HS, FL; LJ (20’.75”)

Jessie Johnson, 12, Argyle HS, TX; PV (12’9”)

McKenzie Johnson, 12, Clairemont HS, CA; PV (13’0”)

Alyssa McBride, 12, Bryan HS, OH; PVi (13’0”)

Ashlee Moore, 10, Hamilton HS, AZ; HJ (5’10”)

Maddie Morrow, 12, Hoover HS, OH; HJ (5’11”)

Robin Reynolds, 12, Miami Jackson HS, FL; LJ (19’11”)

Brianna Richardson, 12, Rockwall Heath HS, TX; LJ (19’3”), TJ (41’2.75”)

Chyna Ries, 10, George Washington HS, CO; LJi (20’5.75”)

Melodee Riley, 12, Riverhead HS, NY; TJ (41’3.5”)

Victoria Rische, 12, Foothill HS, CA; PV (12’9.75”)

Shakeela Saunders, 12, Nansemond River HS, VA; LJi (20’.5”), TJi(40’3.5”)

Julisa Tindall, 11, Northwestern HS, SC; HJ (5’10”)

Jasmine Todd, 12, Chandler HS, AZ; LJ (19’11”), TJ (41’5”)

Sasha Wallace, 11, Holy Names HS, CA; TJi (40’10”)

Sydney White, 12, East Forsyth, NC; PV (13’1.5”)

Kendell Williams, 11, Kell HS, GA; LJ (19’8.5”), HJ (6’0”)

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  • dperez2006_24 / 3 Years Ago
    What about Jasmine Gibbs of El camino, 19'4 at SDSU ALl Comers, Mishe Scott jumped 19'1 this past weekend. "Brazel" Tamika Smith tripled 39'9 at the SDSU all comers all 4 of her jumps were over 39 feet.
  • ktodd / 3 Years Ago
    Big name missing here is Sydney Conley. She has already gone 20' this year indoors.