Alexis and Aliah Kitchens, under the tutelage of Coach Von Ross, broke not one but two school records on Thursday night at the FAT All Comers Meet.  Alexis made her mark in the long jump, clearing a distance of 17'7" This eclipsed the old mark by 3.5 inches and represents her third individual school record as she already owns the 100m and 200m records.  Her sister Aliah Kitchens did her damage in the triple jump clearing a distance of 35'4.75".  These two young ladies have made a tremendous impact on the North Gwinnett program and there's more yet to come.  Several other athletes also had big nights at the FAT All Comers meet as well.  

Alexis and Aliah Kitchens, under the tutelage of Coach Von Ross, broke not one but two school records on Thursday night at the FAT All Comers Meet.  Alexis made her mark in the long jump, clearing a distance of 17'7" This eclipsed the old mark by 3.5 inches and represents her third individual school record as she already owns the 100m and 200m records.  Her sister Aliah Kitchens did her damage in the triple jump clearing a distance of 35'4.75".  These two young ladies have made a tremendous impact on the North Gwinnett program and there's more yet to come.  Several other athletes also had big nights at the FAT All Comers meet as well.   

Many other athletes also got off to a hot start in the season opener.  Kayla Brown and Kelsey Worthington took top honors in their respective events Thursday, securing wins in both the shot put and pole vault.  Kayla's mark of 37'1" is only an inch off of her top mark from last season that saw her finish 8th in the state.  Kelsey's 11' clearance in the vault represents an outdoor personal best for the vaulter although she has cleared higher in the indoor season.  Kayla followed up her top mark with a runner up finish in the discus as well.  She was joined in the silver spot by Chiamaka Uwagerikpe in the high jump with a clearance of 4'10".  

On the boys side, Colin Wainwright brought home top honors in the 300 hurdles with a time of 41.73 while Sophomore sensation Josh Downs brought home the gold in the triple jump with a mark of 45'6".  Javonni Cunningham finished with the bronze in the 100m as well to top off our top 3 finishers in this 18 team meet.