Hallie DeArman is State Discus Champion

Hallie DeArman won the State Championship for Rhea Middle at the State Championships in Clarksville this past Saturday.(Photo:Submitted)

Rhea Middle School Track’s Hallie DeArman wins State in Discus

May 21, 2016

Clarksville, TN —  Hallie DeArman is TMSAA State Discus champion with a PR throw of  98’5.   Hallie also finished 4th in Shot Put on the Day.  Hallie has been consistent in her throwing this year, normally finishing first or second in shot put and discus events she has competed in.  Brooklyn Conley finished 13th in the girl’s 100 Meter Hurdles in a time of 19.25 sec.

Full Results from TMSAA State:

F 100 Meter Hurdles 13) Brooklyn Conley 19.25
M 4×200 Meter Relay 12) 1:45.67
M 4×400 Meter Relay 9) 4:03.48
F Discus 1) Hallie DeArman 98-5
F Shot Put 4) Hallie DeArman 34-10
Haillie DeArman also won District and Sectional Championships along the way.
Hallie with first place in discus and 2nd for shot put from Sectionals
Hallie with first place finishes at District in Shot Put and Discus.











Rhea Middle Track coach Erick Baird said, “I’m super proud of Hallie winning her state title, but really impressed more that she got her personal record at the time of highest stress in the final meet of the season.”

“Conley has done a tremendous job with hurdles this year and I can’t wait to watch her advance her skill in the future.”

“Our boys relay teams also competed on a high level and produced personal records against really tough competition.”

“With most of our primary scorers coming back in 2017, I look for big things next year with our Rhea County Middle School Consolidated Track and Field Program.”

Rhea County High School track coach Steffan Holder said,  “Future looking bright for the Lady Eagles”

“Congratulations to Brooklyn Conley for finishing in 13th out of 16 runners in the 100 Hurdles with a 19.25 at the TMSAA State meet.That was only 0.85 seconds out of first. That is how tight the hurdle heats were. ”

“The good news for Rhea Middle is both Brooklyn Conley and Hallie DeArman are only 7th graders.”

“Also, congrats to the Boys’ 4 x400 relay which was 9th with a time of 4:03.48 – less than a second from a podium finish! The boys’ 4 x 200 relay was 12th. Way to go guys”

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