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Please help support Milton Track and Field and secure an awesome parking spot on campus. Do know a student in need of a parking spot at Milton HS this year? We know that spots for underclassmen, especially sophomores, are tough to get! Please check out this year’s parking pass auction and place your bids!

Use the QR code on the left to access our auction on the 32Auctions website or it can be accessed using the link below:

The auction for these spots begins at 10AM Eastern on 8/8 and will close on 8/10 at 9PM.

Our auction this year features two separate parking passes at Milton High School for the 2022-2023 school year. Each spot is offered at a starting bid of $600 with a Buy It Now Price of $2500.


Once the auction has ended and payment has been received by the Milton HS Track and Field Booster Club Treasurer, directions will be provided to finalize the parking pass application through Milton High School. Once purchased, parking passes are non-refundable, non-transferable and subject to all applicable parking rules at Milton High School.

All funds raised will support our Booster Club fundraising efforts for the team! Please help spread the word about this great opportunity and good luck!

Thanks for your support of Milton Track and Field!

The* GHSA Track & Field State 7A Championship*, presented by the Atlanta Track Club, was held on May 12-14, 2022. Our talented Milton athletes came away with some great performances to close out the 2022 Season!

Results for the GHSA 7A State Meet at McEachern HS, including the press release (Link here:

Milton Track & Field Performs Well at State Meet

School records & top-10 performances highlight Eagle efforts

Powder Springs, GA
McEachern HS
May 12-14

By Coach Andy Carr

This past weekend the Milton Track & Field teams competed in the GHSA Class 7A state meet and recorded some of the best results in school history including a few records.


The Eagles scored all their team points on the first day of the meet (13th-19 pts) to outscore 24 schools. Starting off was senior Andrew Dassler in the pole vault. Dassler (2nd-15’6”) tied the school record on his 2nd attempt of that height to get runner-up honors in his last competition in a Milton uniform. In the process the Kennesaw State signee defeated the region champion.

Literally following in his footsteps, junior Devin Dahunsi was competing in the long jump during the vault competition and was able to jump a personal best by over a foot (4th-22’9.5”) which moved him up to the 3rd best jumper all-time in Milton team history. Dahunsi wasn’t done yet and came back later in the day to improve on his school record in the triple jump (3rd-47’0.25”) by close to 6 inches and he jumped that distance twice in the competition.

Also competing in the state meet but not scoring was junior Cory Chambers. In the 3200m (9th-9:45.32) Chambers just missing out on a medal but snatched a personal best by just under a second. Chambers then came back in the 1600m to record close to a 3-second personal best (11th-4:23.99) to become the 10th best performer in school history.


Milton (25th-9 pts) turned back 7 schools with just distance runners competing for the Lady Eagles.

Junior Farrah Frith scored 8 of the points herself in the 1600m & 3200m events. First in the 3200m, Frith (5th-11:07.78) went out with the leaders on a very warm evening and was able to secure a podium finish as many were affected by the high heat & humidity. The next day, Frith (5th-5:08.27) ran a smart & controlled race early in the 1600m and passed many on the last lap to become the 5th best performer in school history. For Frith her 1600m was a 5-second personal best for the distance.

On the first evening of the meet, the Lady Eagles 4×800m (8th-9:50.10) relay team was in contention the entire race and was able to grab the last medal-winning place. The team of sophomores Ella Grace Malcom & Leelah Dennis and seniors Megan Stechschulte & Genevieve Trainor ran a 4-second season’s best and recorded the 4th best performance in school history to score the team’s final point besting 8 schools.

Also competing at the state meet individually in the 800 meters, Ella Grace Malcom (11th-2:21.27) finished 4th in her preliminary heat but was unable to advance to Saturday’s 800m final on time.

After each meet, our Team Coaches & Captains pick out male & female athletes who showed outstanding teamwork, dedication and inspiration to the team and celebrate them with a Meet Award. We are sorry for the delay in reporting these awards, as we were trying to allow athletes time to provide their responses.

Congratulations to our Milton Senior Night Meet award winners:Adason Lambert, Samuel Agosto-Berrios, Bryce Thornton, Oliver Stone, Andrew Walser, Megan Stechschulte, Anna Pearman and Farrah Frith! Please be sure to check out their photos and Q/A’s in the file provided.

The document Coaches_and_Captains_Awards_from_Milton_Senior_Night_Meet_4_13_22.pdf was attached to this post.


The Milton track & field teams travelled to southern Georgia with hopes of getting athletes qualified to the state meet at the GHSA sectionals hosted by Tift Co High School and came away with many Eagles now heading to the state championship meet next weekend.

The Lady Eagles will send 2 individuals and a relay team to the state meet next week at McEachern HS in Powder Springs. In the 1600m (5th-5:21.23) & 3200m (4th-11:27.30), junior Farrah Frith will contend for the state championship after running very tactical races in the sectional meet. Also qualifying in 2 events is sophomore Ella Grace Malcom. In the 800m (7th-2:22.99) Malcom was 4th in her heat and made it to the state meet on time and led-off the 4×800m (5th-9:54.9-times unofficial) relay that included fellow sophomore Leelah Dennis & seniors Megan Stechschulte & Genevieve Trainor. The relay team returns to the state meet with hopes of improving on their 7th place finish from 2021, the inaugural running of the event at the state meet. Also competing for Milton but not qualifying for the state meet was Nora Megenity in the triple jump. Her leap of 34’9.5” (10th) was a slight improvement on her 2nd best performer in school history mark.

Milton will advance 3 individuals (2 in 2 events each & one in a single event) to lead the Eagles at the state meet next week. Fellow juniors Devin Dahunsi (Long Jump & Triple Jump) & Cory Chambers (1600m/3200m) made their presence known at the sectional meet and will contend for a podium placing in both events at the state meet. In the triple jump, Dahunsi (2nd-45’5”) used a generous tailwind to garner runner-up honors but just fouled on his 2nd jump that looked to be a close to 1-foot improvement on his school record! In the long jump after a couple of fouls in the first round, Dahunsi (7th-21’6”) got his mark on his 3rd jump and had safely qualified for the state meet. Chambers had two very tactical races which he bided his time near the front and easily qualified in the 1600m (8th-4:37.53) & 3200m (7th-9:53.89) to advance to the state meet. Senior Andrew Dassler easily qualified for the state meet in the pole vault (1st-12’6”) taking only one single jump to make the meet next week where he was 7th a year ago.
Also competing at the sectional meet but not advancing to the state meet were Jaden Bender in the discus (10th-129’6.5”) an improvement on his #5 performance in school history. The boys 4×800m relay team (Brandon Sevel/Jorge Fabregas/Will Conklin/Charlie Reynolds) finishing 12th in 8:56.9 (times unofficial). Ethan Hagel in the 400m (12th-52.20) & Rio Breedlove in the 300m hurdles (13th-44.96).

The state meet will be held at McEachern HS on May 12-14. All field events will be Thursday, May 12th along with the 4×800m relay. Friday, May 13th will feature the 800m semi-finals and the 3200m races. Saturday, May 14th will have the 800m final & 1600m races to conclude the meet & season for Milton.

Additional details for the State Meet on 5/12-5/14 at McEachern HS this week including ticketing links, will be provided later this week once available.


Milton Track and Field completed Regional Finals competition on 4/29 with many strong performances by our talented athletes and many moving on to Sectionals!


Varsity Girls – 5th Place
Varsity Boys – 3rd Place
JV Girls – 6th Place
JV Boys – 2nd Place

The link to the Press Release for the 2022 Regional Championships is attached below.

Congratulations to the following athletes who qualified to move on to the Sectionals Meet in Tifton, GA on 5/7/22 (regional meet place)!

De * vin Dahunsi-Long Jump (2nd) & Triple Jump (2nd-SCHOOL RECORD 46’4”)

  • Cory Chambers-3200m (2nd) & 1600m (4th)
  • Ethan Marcum-400m (2nd) & 200m (4th)
  • Andrew Dassler-Pole Vault (2nd)
  • Bryce Thornton-100m (3rd)
  • Jack Lawson-Long Jump (3rd)
  • Jaden Bender-Discus (3rd)
  • Andrew Sirras-200m (4th)-
  • Rio Breedlove-300m Hurdles (4th)
  • 4×200m Relay-(REGION CHAMPION/SCHOOL RECORD 1:30.88)-Braydon Holmes/Jack Lawson/Robert Billings/Ethan Marcum/Devin Dahunsi/Andrew Sirras/Bryce Thorton
  • 4×400m Relay-Andrew Sirras/Ethan Marcum/Bryce Thorton/Robert Billings/Devin Dahunsi/Ethan Hagel (2nd)
  • 4×800m Relay-Charlie Reynolds/Will Conklin/Jorge Fabregas/Brandon Sevel/Pearson Gillam/Jack Rea/Keller Wilson/Oliver Stone (4th)

Farrah Frith-32 * 00m (REGION CHAMPION) & 1600m (2nd)

  • Jade Sutters-400m (REGION CHAMPION) & 200m (4th)
  • Ella Grace Malcom-800m (2nd)
  • Nora Megenity-Triple Jump (3rd)
  • Genevieve Trainor-800m (4th)
  • 4×100m Relay-Jade Sutters/Leela Ravoori/Gabrielle Harris/Nora Megenity (3rd)
  • 4×400m Relay-Leela Ravoori/Leelah Dennis/Ella Grace Malcom/Jade Sutters (3rd)
  • 4×800m Relay-Ella Grace Malcom/Leelah Dennis/Genevieve Trainor/Megan Stechschulte/Calista Cacciatore/Farrah Frith (4th)

The document 2022_Milton_TF_Press_Release_Region_Championships.pdf was attached to this post.