After capturing first place hardware in previous season track meets, the Prescott Curley Wolves became the 2017 Class 3A state boys track and field champions on Tuesday, May 2 at Eddie Jackson Field, Cummins Stadium in Prescott.

After capturing first place hardware in previous season track meets, the Prescott Curley Wolves became the 2017 Class 3A state boys track and field champions on Tuesday, May 2 at Eddie Jackson Field, Cummins Stadium in Prescott.
The Curley Wolves racked up 109 points to secure to overall top place finish. The 2017 3A State Track Championship marks the second state championship for Prescott High School in the current 2016-17 academic year. In December, the Curley Wolves, with many of the same student-athletes, won the 2016 State 3A football championship.
The Curley Wolves placed first in the 400 meter dash, 4 x 400 and 4 x 800 meter relays and the triple jump. Overall, the team was well represented to place in several events amongst over 30 schools to compete.
In the 200 meter dash, Kadarious Pearson placed sixth with a time of 23.53. Jamozyia Williamson won first place in the 400 meter dash with a winning time of 50.22 and Ryan Johnson placed second with a time of 50.51 in the 400 m dash. In the 800 meter run, Quontravius Caldwell placed seventh with a time of 2:08.39, Larry Petters placed third in the 1600 meter run with a time of 4:42.28. In the 110 meter hurdles, Deonte Jamison placed fourth with a time of 15.92 and Adrain Block place fifth with a time of 15.99. In the 300 meter hurdles, A. Block placed second with a time of 40.71.
The Curley Wolves 4 x 400 meter relay team of D. Jamison, Block, Williamson and R. Johnson won first place with a winning time of 3:36.90. The Curley Wolves 4 x 800 meter relay team of Williamson, Caldwell, Trey Rucker and R. Johnson won first place with a winning time of 8:24.41.
In the pole vault, Tyler Rucker placed second at 12-06 and Jamison won first place in the triple jump with a winning jump of 45-04.00. In the shot put, Jaylon Marshall placed fourth with a throw of 44-00.00 and in the discus throw, Jay Marks placed fifth with a throw of 128-03.
This season, the Curley Wolves captured their 11th consecutive 7-3A Conference Track title and finishing well in meets hosted at Prescott, Genoa, Ashdown and Mineral Springs. Prescott track and field is under the direction of veteran head coach Brian Glass.
Area rival Genoa Central finished state runner-ups with 68.50 points.