Kevin Green became the first state track champion in Bethlehem Christian Academy history by winning the 300-meter hurdles at the GISA Class A meet last week in Albany.
Green completed the event in 46.52 at Hugh Mill Stadium to earn first place.
“Kevin had a great performance,” said coach Lance Fendley. “We are proud that he is the first state track champion in school history. That sets the top for the future of our program.”
In addition to Green’s state title, Ben Morgan was the GISA Class A state runner-up in the 100-meter dash in 11.81.
Green was also state runner-up in the long jump with a mark of 19-6. Andrew Bryson took a state runner-up medal in the triple jump at 38-7.
The boys 4x100-meter relay team placed third with a time of 46.97. Morgan, Green, Bryson and Graham Doolittle comprised the relay team.
Austin Schwebel earned fifth in shot put (36-6) while Doolittle was seventh in the 200-meter dash. Green was eighth in the 100-meter dash at state.
For the BCA Lady Knights, Kara Maxwell was fourth in shot put (27-3).
The GISA all classification state track meet is held each May in Albany.