Wiregrass Hosts Alabama State Games | Daléville
The Alabama State Games ended on June 12 with hundreds of athletes stepping onto the Wiregrass as Fort Rucker, Enterprise, Daleville, Dothan and Ozark hosted the various sporting events.
In 4v4 grass volleyball, Montgomery’s Volley Llamas won the 13U gold medal, while Enterprise’s No Hula Mahina won bronze. In the adult division, Pensacola, Fla., Stat Precision won first place.
In baseball, Team Ozark won gold in the 19U division, while Florabama Scout 16 won first place in the 16U division.
In basketball, the AUSA Running Rebels won the 12U division, while the Alabama Twisters won the 14U division and the Millbrook Tarheels won the 15U division and another team representing the Millbrook Tarheels won the 18U division. The Montgomery Running Rebels won first place in the 16U division.
In the women’s 5K race, Ginny Gunn of Troy won gold in the 16-19 division, while Jessica Robertson of Blountsville took gold in the 20-24 division. Enterprise’s Eileen Maika also won silver in the 20-24 division. In the 25-29 division, Victoria Kehler of Dothan won first place, while Sharon Sason of Enterprise took first place in the 30-34 division. Karrie Hart of Dothan won the gold medal in the 40-44 division and Angela Grice, also of Dothan, won the 40-44 division. Danelle Petrman of Las Vegas, NV won gold in the 50-54 division, Sand Turner of Dothan won the 55-59 division and Brigitte Elmore of Dothan won first place in the 65-69 division.
In the men’s 5k race Levi Hatfield of Montgomery won gold in the 9-11 division, Ken Martin of Wetumpka won the 12-15 division, Lucas Culpepper of Millbrook won the 25-29 division and Ihuanvaihe Ogubie de Dothan won the division 30-34. Tommy Hatfield of Montgomery finished first in the 35-39 division, Frankie Keith of Dothan won the 40-44 division, Chris McVay of Troy dominated the 45-49 division and Steven Swain of Dothan won the 50- division. 54. Thomas Haygood of Enterprise won bronze in the 40-44 division, while Jimmy Russell of Chancellor won the 55-59 division. Spanish Fort‘s Mark Sheehan won the 60-64 Division, Dothan’s Dale Landefeld won the 65-69 Division and Doug Everett of Huntsville won the 75-plus Division.
In women’s archery, Abby Herrin won first place at the Cub Compound Open, while McKenna Carlson won first place at the Cub Hunter Compound and Maysen Duddy won the Youth Compound Open. Jordyn Hill won first place in the Youth Hunter Compound division, Erin Starling won the High School Compound Open and Hailey Wilson won the High School Hunter Compound division. In the Adult Compound Open, Faith Noe won Gold, while Carolyn Hendrix won Silver Senior Adult Female Barebow Traditional Division.
In men’s archery, Kace Lindsey won the Youth Hunter Compound division and Zach Stephens won the High School Compound Open. Miek Stone won first place at the Adult Compound Open and Willie Faniel won gold at the Senior Compound Open. Allen Fuller won first place at the Senior Adult Compound Open and Anthony Parker won first place at the Senior Adult Barebow Traditional Open.
In the stick tournament, Newton’s Zoe Sexton won first place in the 0-6 novice division, while Dothan’s Ava Simerly won the 9-10 novice division and Alyssa Duke of Somerville won. first place in novices from 11 to 12 years old. Aubrie Senn of Eufaula won the Novice 15+ category, Madison Bledsoe of Ashford won the Beginner 15+ category, Sienna Johnson ofshkosh, Wisconsin won the Advance 13-14 division and Hellam, Penn. Savannah Helton won first place in the Advance 15+ category. Division.
In bowling, William Vincent of Ranbow City won the men’s U-10 division, while Tanner Ormes came in first in the men’s U-12 division. Enterprise’s Adonis Nysewander also won silver in the U-12 Boys division. Michael Kimble of Hoover won the men’s U-15 division with Jesse Holtcamp of Daleville in second place. In the U-18 girls division, Enterprise’s Jayden Trimm won first place and Wilmer’s Austin Osburn won the U-18 boys division.
Jacob Trimm of Enterprise won the men’s division 19-20, Hunter Bell of Birmingham won the women’s division 21-29, Danielle Crowder of Prattville won the women’s division 30-39, Tony Deavers of Prattville won the men’s division 30 -30 and David LeFever of Prattville won the men’s division 60-69.
In the Adult Adaptive Mixed Teams division, the team of Jackie Wiggins, Mattie Daniel and Mattie Harper from Center Point won, while Sam Dippel, Holtcamp, Chris Daughtry and Alexandria Ashendorf from Enterprise won the mixed team division. U-18.
In disc golf, Dothan’s Caden Wright won advanced division gold, Kara Hoover of Tallahassee, Fla. Won the advanced women’s division, Don Cropenbaker won the Amateur Masters 40+ division, Calera’s Bill Waycaster won the Amateur Masters 50+ division and Timothy Oulmet of Panama City, Fla. won the Amateur Masters 60+ division.
In the middle division, Cowarts’ Eli Whitehurst won the gold medal, while Jeff Leach of Destin, Fla. Took the gold in the men’s recreational division, Hannah Smith of Dothan won the women’s recreational division. , Dothan’s Jeff Bowen won the Novice Men’s Division and Dothan’s Victoria Jacobson won the Novice Women’s Division.
In golf, the Montgomery duo of Landon Bertarelli and Cole Turner took gold in the Golf Scramble Flight A division, while Terri Hart and Tony Kirkland of Dothan won the Golf Scramble Flight B division. Another Dothan duo made up Adam Hartzog and Aaron McCreight won the Golf Scramble Flight C division, while Ronald Spencer and EJ Spencer of Deatsville won the Golf Scramble Flight D division and the Enterprise pair of Judah Talley and Kenneth Talley won the division Golf Scramble Flight E.
In gymnastics, Xtreme Auburn won the team division level 5, United Dothan won team level 5, Xtreme Troy won team level 8 and Edgewater Gymnastics of Panama City, Fla won the level of XG team.
In the individual competition, Dothan’s Reagan Spence won gold on level 3 jump and level 3 bars. Emily Barfield of Dothan took first place on level 3 floor. At Level 4 Vault, Hannah Belismo from Dothan won Gold, while Emma Lott from Dothan won Level 4 Bars and Belisomo also won Gold at Level 4 Beam.
Auburn’s Hadley Hudson won first place in Levels 5 Vault, Level 5 Beam, and Level 5 Floor, while Auburn’s Samara Reedy won Level 5 bars.
In mountain biking, Dothan’s Lenwood Jones won first place in the 12U division, Conrad Jones of Trussville took gold in the 13-14 division and Guy Jones of Enterprise won the 19+ division.
Anthony DiNallo and Brody Rocque from Enterprise won first place in 3.0 19+ Pickelball.
In shooting sports, the North GA Misfits won first place in the BB Gun Team competition, while Daniel Jennings won gold in the BB Gun Prone Male 8-10 division, Cara Griffis won the BB Gun division Prone Female 11-12, Bethany Shirley won first place in the BB Gun division Prone Female 11-12 and Lucas Schletteler won the BB Gun Prone Male division 13-15.
In swimming, Enterprise’s Abrianna Jacobi won first place in the 13-14 women’s 200-yard freestyle relay and Enterprise’s John Newman took first place in the men’s 65-69 50-yard freestyle.
For full results for each sport with champions and finalists, visit https://tinyurl.com/ev7v5av7.