The Lady Raiders were led by Qetuwrah Abdullah-Muhammad, who accounted for 20 of the team’s 76 points.
“Q” came in first in the triple jump, with a total distance of 35 feet, 8 inches. She also finished first in the long jump, with a distance of 17 feet, 5.5 inches.
A time of 15.90 earned the MTSU signee a first place finish in the 100-meter hurdles, and then a first place finish in the 200M dash with a time of 26.27.
Cleveland’s Monica Allison finished first in the 300M hurdles with a time of 51.12.
The Lady Raiders’ 4x400M relay team, comprised of Monica Allison, Matilda Lee, Mira Migovich, Narissa Riley, Charissa Ryan and Rebecca Allen, finished first with a time of 4:41.81.
Hallea McClendon’s throw of 33 feet, 9 inches earned her a second place finished in the shot put competition.
The Lady Mustangs finished with a total of 55 points, 13 of which came from Rachel Lawhorn, while CyCy White and Kayla Sims each had nine points.
Lawhorn came in first in shot put and discus, with a distance of 34 feet, 9 inches in the shot put competition and a discus throw of 105 feet, 8 inches. She also finished second in the triple jump with a total distance of 24 feet, 11 inches.
White finished first in the high jump after clearing a height of 4 foot, 9 inches.
Sims came in second place in the 1,600M run with a time of 6:24.71 and also earned a second place finish in the 3200M run with a time of 14:49.25.
The Lady Mustangs 4x200M relay team of Kyla Downes, Nicole Hartman, Hali Miller and Skylar Earls finished with a time of 2:09.69.
Bradley Central’s Whitney Mcconnell recorded 10 points in the meet.
Mcconnell finished first in the 1,600M run with a time of 6:13.65 and also had a first place finish in the 3,200M run with a time of 13:49.36.
The Raiders finished with 84 points, with Tyler Davis leading the way with 15 while both Dalton Mcdonald and Chris Ofori had 10 points.
Davis came in first place in the long jump with a jump of 20 feet, 5.5 inches. Davis also finished first in the 100M dash with a time of 11.11 and claimed first in the 200M dash with a time of 22.56.
McDonald’’s throw of 41 feet, 6 inches earned him first place in the shot put competition. He also came in first in the discus throw with a distance of 132 feet, 4 inches.
Ofori came in first in the triple jump with a total of 41 feet, 11 inches and also came in first in the high jump after clearing 5 feet, 10 inches.
TJ Parker, who earned eight points for the Raiders, came in second in the 110M hurdles with a time of 16.95. Fellow teammate Will Hilliker finished in first with a time of 15.87
Stephen Cannon came in second behind Davis in the 100M dash with a time of 11.19.
The Bears came in second with a total of 44 points. Harold Smith and Collin Gwaltney each finished with 13 points.
Gwaltney came in first in the 1,600M run with a time of 5:20.01, with Smith finishing closely behind him at 5:20.51 for second place.
In the 800M run, Smith finished first with a time of 2:10.78, with Gwaltney coming in second with a time of 2:11.37.
Gwaltney also earned a first place finish in the 3,200M run, finishing in 11:44.97, while Smith came in first in the 400M dash with a time of 50.35.
The Mustangs tallied 21 points in the event, with points evenly distributed throughout them.
Mason McClure came in third in the 1,600M relay with a time of 5:29.40, with teammate Vincent Jur finishing right behind him with a time of 5:29.43.
Walker Valley’s 4x100 relay team, comprised of Zach Hartman, Alex King, Bryce Nunnelly, Devin Pruett and Christian Warui, came in first with a time of 47.63.
Full results for the Bradley County Championships can be found at www.tennesseerunner.com.