What to Watch For: Last Chance Invitational #1

The Last Chance Invitational Session 1 promises to be an exhilarating event for track and field enthusiasts, featuring talented athletes from across Alabama who are ready to showcase their skills one final time before the State Championship. As we gear up for this exciting competition, here are some key highlights and athletes to watch out for:

Jordan Bray and Lucy Benton: A Dynamic Showdown

In the girls' 800 meter, two remarkable athletes will take the stage - Jordon Bray of Calera and Lucy Benton of Mountain Brook. Both young ladies have demonstrated exceptional talent and dedication on the track. Their showdown promises to be a thrilling display of speed and endurance, and we can't wait to see who will emerge victorious.

Max Armstrong: A Star in the Making

If Max Armstrong hadn't already made a name for himself he definitely did so after his performance last week in the 400 meter where he dropped a 48.69 for the win at the MLK Track Classic. Now, Max aims to build upon that success in the 400 and 800 at the Last Chance Invitational. His speed and determination are sure to make him a contender in both events at the state meet just one week away.

Brianna Stephens: Soaring to New Heights

Brianna Stephens of Columbia is currently ranked #2 in all classifications in Alabama in the High Jump, having cleared an impressive height of 5-4. As she prepares for the state meet, all eyes will be on Brianna to see if she can improve upon her already impressive mark. Her determination and skill make her a force to be reckoned with in the jump.

Davian Jones: A Field Event Sensation

Davian Jones of Opelika is currently ranked 3rd indoors among all Alabama athletes in the boys' triple jump. His ability to soar through the air and land with precision is a sight to behold. The Last Chance Invitational will be the perfect stage for him to showcase his talent one final time before the State Championships.

Madeline Dudley and Mariam Bolaji: Long Jump Battle

In the girls' long jump, the competition should be fierce as Madeline Dudley of Bayside Academy and Mariam Bolaji of Enterprise High go head-to-head. Both young ladies have leaped over 17 feet, showcasing their incredible athleticism. Their battle on the board promises to be a highlight of the event, and fans can expect some jaw-dropping jumps.

Last Chance #1

Birmingham CrossPlex Birmingham, AL
Jan 26, 2024