Grimsley has a Track and Field State Champion for the first time in over a decade:Brianna Tate NCHSAA 4-A Shot Put Champ!

Grimsley’s Brianna Tate is a State Champion

Congratulations to Brianna Tate as she won the women’s shot put title at Saturday’s
4A State Track & Field Championship Meet. The state championship was the crowning
achievement of a tremendous season for the young lady as she was previously awarded
the Metro 4A Female Athlete of the Year Award. Bri is the first individual state
track & field champion from Grimsley in over a decade.


  1. She also qualified for discus in state meet. Congratulations Brianna on a great year.

  2. A little editor Andy footnote:(from News and Record repprts)

    Dudley’s Tyler Brockington and Western Guilford’s Breanna Warren…..

    Brockington took first place in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 41.81 seconds and also finished second in the 200 (24.09) and ran a leg on the Panthers’ 800 relay team that finished third (1:40.40).

    Warren won the discus with a long throw of 132 feet, 4 inches and finished second to Grimsley’s Brianna Tate in the shot put. Tate won with a toss of 42-111/4, while Warren’s best throw was 39-93/4.

    Other area girls winners were East Forsyth’s Sydney White, who broke her own 4-A pole vault record by 2 inches as she cleared 12-9, and Southwest Guilford’s Shemiah Brooks, who won the triple jump with a best of 38-10.

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