Hinds competed against over 10 NCAA DI programs, along with other junior colleges and NAIA schools.
Corvell Todd (Byhalia) earned first place in the finals of the men’s high jump with a mark of 2.10m. Todd has now won first place in both track and field meets he has competed in this season.
Al-Tariq Dunson (East Orange HS) took home first place in the men’s 60m hurdles finals with a time of 8.22.
Babakarr Randall (Atlanta, Ga.) won the men’s 200m final with a time of 22.64.
Additionally, Derrick Price (George Washington Carver HS), Kristopher Moore (Clinton), Diamantae Griffin (Jackson), Zacharey Goodman (Greenville) combined to win the men’s 4x400m relay finals by posting a time of 3:18.02.
Hinds also had some great performances that resulted in top five finishes in various events.
Derrick Price finished fifth in the men’s 400m finals with a time of 49.67.
D’ajah Miley (Clinton) placed fifth in the women’s 200m finals with a time of 25.81.
Trishauna Hemmings (Kingston, Jamaica) placed second in the women’s 60m hurdles finals with a time of 8.76.
For full results from this meet, visit https://tfrrs.org/results/
When asked about his teams’ performances, head coach Reginald Dillon was pleased stating, “We improved in some key events this week. Our men and women’s hurdles, 60m, 200m, and 400m runners all had great meets. We also improved our times in our 4x400m relay teams. I’m looking forward to seeing these men and women get back in the weight room and continue training for the next meet.”
Hinds Track and Field Teams will compete again this Friday and Saturday (Feb. 8-9) at the Samford Indoor Invitational.
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