After winning the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Class 1-A State Track Championship last month, the Fort Campbell High School boys’ track team has picked up several All-State awards.

The Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association named their All-State teams earlier this month.

The Falcons’ Jordan Gibbs-Francis was named All-State in the 200-meter dash and 400-meter dash events.

Meanwhile, Khalid Maynard, who was named the National Guard Best of the Brightest Leadership winner, earned All-State in the 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles and Nighgell Davidson picked up the award in the 100-meter hurdles.

David Sahms earned All-State in the pole vault category.

The Falcons’ 100-meter relay team of Otto Arron, Jonathan Jethroe, Nygell Bradley and Maynad and state champion 400-meter relay team of  Davidson, Bradley, Maynard and Gibbs-Francis  also was named All-State.

The Lady Falcons picked up several awards from the KTCCCA.

Skylar Standokes was named All-State in the 400-meter dash and Nia Gibbs-Francis was named All-State in the high jump.

The Lady Falcons’ 100-meter relay team of Jessicka Tucker, Mercedes Nicholson, Standokes and Kelsi Avana and the 200-meter relay team of Tucker, Jameelah Shamburger, Kasha Bryant and Avana also were both named All-State.

 Meanwhile, Hopkinsville High School’s track athletes earned several Class 2-A All-State honors.

The Tigers’ 100-meter relay team of Terrance Kendrick, Michael Spears, Keith Johnson and Demarius Killebrew were honored, and T.J. Elam picked up All-State honors in the high jump.

Hoptown coach Edwin Allin added that Elam also was named Academic All-State.

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