“These four young ladies have drawn so much interest from AAU coaches and are moving closer to being able to compete in the Hershey Nationals in Pennsylvania,” Jones County coach Valvin Hambrick said. “But I still think they have not been pushed, so they can only get better. The chemistry between the four girls is unbelievable.”
The Jones County youth track program hosted its annual home meet at the high school track last Saturday, with teams from Villa Rica, Bibb County, Warner Robins, Troup County and Henry County taking part with the Jones County athletes.
Hambrick said he was pleased with the performance of his entire team and with the turnout of fans to support the youngsters.
“After this meet, the kids have become confident in their skills.
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