Host school Alabama School for the Deaf took the first-place trophy, with the Tigers surpassing Gaylesville, Clay County. Donoho, Maples-ville, Ragland, Section, and Winterboro.
T.J. Henderson captured thediscus event with his 109’1” toss.
Josh Moten and Chris Beck each qualified for two individual events and two team events.
Moten took third place in the long jump (18’ 4”) and second place 400-meter dash (54.34), while Beck won the 300-meter intermediate hurdles (48.69) and took the runner-up spot in the 100-meter high hurdles (18.72).
Moten and Beck were also a member of Cedar Bluff’s second-place 1600-meter relay team (4:03) and third-place 400-meter relay team (47.06).
Lance McCullough placed second in the shot put with his 39’ 9” throw.
Matt Wilson took third place in the triple jump with his 36’6 3/4” leap.
Mark Clifton qualified with the 1600-meter and 400-meter relay teams, while J.R. Clifton and Adrian Moore qualified with the 400-meter relay team