Savannah Christian's Jadyn Singleton Jumps to High Point Winner at GHSA Championships!

By Prep Sports Report Staff | June 17, 2024

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Jadyn Singleton earned the title of Savannah Morning News 2024 Best of Preps Girls Athlete of the Year and the Female Track Athlete of the Year due to her outstanding performances for the Savannah Christian Raider Track and Field team in the 2024 season as announced on June 7, 2024. 

Singleton earned another prestigious award in May of 2024, in addition to defending her gold medal in the long jump (18-6) at the Georgia High School Association 2023 for the second year in a row. She also jumped to another gold medal in the triple jump (39-1) event despite only starting to compete in the event this year. Additionally, she secured a fourth-place finish in the 100-meter dash (12.15) and a 7th-place finish in the 200-meter dash (25.52), contributing to her winning another award.

Singleton's outstanding performances led to her being honored as the top Female Athlete as the High Point Winner with 23 points at the 2024 GHSA Class 3A Track and Field championships. Points are given for track athletes' performance in each event they participate in, finishing in the top eight places, with the highest score at the end of the competition being the High Point Winner.

Besides all her success on the track, Jadyn was the 2023 Georgia Cheerleading Coaches Association Cheerleader of the Year. She has received a cheerleading scholarship to the University of Georgia and will start cheerleading in Athens this fall, a new chapter in her remarkable career. What a way to end your high school athletic career!

PHOTO CREDIT:  Jadyn Singleton

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