Mission Statement

To provide Metro Atlanta youth athletes with the opportunity to pursue the sport of track and field and provide them with all the tools to compete at a championship level.


Vision Statement

To provide opportunities for youth through track and field that transitions them into the consummate student/athlete at the collegiate level. Through our programs, we aim to develop world class athletes not just in talent, but also in character, strength, and intelligence. We strive for our athletes to be scholarship athletes on, and off the track.

Championship Saturday: AAU District Championship

November 5, 2011

Whitesburg, GA


The 2011 AAU Georgia Association Championship convened once again at the McIntosh Reserve Park in Whitesburg, GA. With 9 teams and right at 10 Unattached athletes, the competition produced some very impressive times, including 6 District Meet/Course records. This meet grew by over 15% this year with the expectation to continue improving the meet experience and participation next year.

Primary Champion Cayden Hall (Left) & Emily Shortell (2nd)

In the 2000m race, Cayden Hall from Carroll County Parks & Rec. won the Primary Girls Championship in a new meet record of 10:54.07, breaking the previous record held by Tamya Crumpton of New Breed TC.


In the Boys race, Amir Dayal of E-1 Track Club destroyed the previous record with his time of 8:19.43; besting the previous mark by over a minute and a half, held by John Glick.


In the 3000m race, MacKenzie Ellison continued her winning ways in taking the Midget Girls Championship, posting a respectable time of 12:03.50. However, the highlight of the 3k Girls race was Faith Hill of Premier Athletics. Finishing 3rd overall, she became the Sub-Bantam Girls Champion with a time that just missed the meet record (12:36.65) held by Simone Johnson of First Light (12:32.43).

Bantam Medalists Jevon Leonard & Dean Carver

Other Champions in the 3k Girls race were Marie Thompson of Carroll County Parks & Rec. (Bantam: 16:06.32), and Arden McFadden of National Gymnastics Center (Sub-Midget: 16:06.21).


For the Boys 3k race, Jevon Leonard of Premier Athletics led the way setting a new meet/course record for the Bantam age division (11:48.73), besting a mark set last year by Joshua Quiller of Savannah Chatham. Second overall was Elijah Gray of Premier Athletics, becoming the Sub-Bantam Champion with a mark just off the meet record (11:48.73) held by Brandon Edwards of Track Phi Track (11:45.77). Premier Athletics rounded out the top three overall with the Midget division Champion Nasir Muhammad, with a time of 11:50.52.

Youth Champion & Record Holder Savannah Carnahan

In the 4000m race, Savannah Carnahan continued her AAU XC dominance by posting another meet/course record time in winning the Youth Girls Championship. Her time of 16:19.83 shatters the previous record held by Ilyn Spann of Savannah Chatham. Ms. Carnahan now holds both Sub-Youth and Youth course/meet records for the Georgia Association. Second overall was Alexia Wilson of Premier Athletics, becoming the Sub-Youth Champion with a time of 17:01.06.


The Boys 4k race produced two additional meet/course records. Thomas Moore won the overall race with a new record of 13:56.07, improving on the Sub-Youth mark set by Adam Hearn by just over a second. And Austin Gray of Track Phi Track produced the 6th meet record by winning the Youth Boys Championship; his time of 14:43.38 improved a mark set by his teammate Anthony Keeling.

Champions Triniece Brown (Left) & Tatiyana Caffey (Right)

The 5000m race produced three new Champions and a repeat Champion. Tatiyana Caffey of Track Phi Track repeated as the Intermediate Girls Champion with a mark of 22:36.43. She also holds the meet/course record, which she set last year. The Young Women’s Champion is Triniece Brown, also of Track Phi Track with a time of 22:17.03. Daniel Glick of Team Endurance won the Intermediate Boys Championship with a time of 17:48.68, while Phillip Hogan of Track Phi Track won the Young Men’s Championship in 18:11.00.


** To see all AAU District Medalists, hover over the District Championship button on the left, and the link will display.