Anthony Meacham, Alizah Villegas lead All-South Texas track team

Quinton Martinez
Corpus Christi Caller Times

All-South Texas girls track team


Anthony Meacham, jr., Woodsboro

Winning the pole vault at state as a freshman raised expectations for Woodsboro’s talented junior and he shattered them when he returned to Austin this May. Meacham broke a 26-year old UIL State Meet record in the boys Class 2A pole vault, clearing 17 feet, the best clearance regardless of classification at the state meet. Meacham competed in four events at state, including the 200 meters, 400 relay and earned bronze in the boys long jump, which he competed at the same time as his record-breaking vault. For his accomplishments, Meacham was named Texas Track and Field Coaches Association Field Athlete of the Year for the state in Class A through 4A.

Woodsboro's Anthony Meacham clears 17 feet during the Class 2A pole vault during the UIL Track and Field State Championships, Friday, May 7, 2021, in Austin. Meacham placed first.

Newcomer of the Year

Ernest Campbell, fr., Refugio



• Nana Amo-Mensah, sr., Veterans Memorial

• Bobby Gonzales, sr., Ingleside

• Joseph Meador, sr., Veterans Memorial


• Cody Fountain, sr., Gregory-Portland

• Christian Gonzalez, sr., Carroll

• Jakob Gunter, sr., Carroll


• Anthony Garrett, so., Tuloso-Midway

• Dominick Landin, sr. Gregory-Portland

• Mathew Moralez, sr., Premont


• Carroll boys 1,600

• Refugio boys 1,600

• Veterans Memorial 800


• George Marable, sr., Rockport-Fulton

• Clarence McGill, jr., Moody

• Zavien Wills, sr., Refugio


• Elijah Brown, jr., Sinton

• Jacob Castellanos, sr., Calallen

• Hunter Harrison, sr., Gregory-Portland

Vertical jumps

• Hunter Floerke, sr., Gregory-Portland

• Colton Harrison, fr., Gregory-Portland

• Jacob Thomas, jr., Gregory-Portland

Horizontal jumps

• Donyae Castaneda, sr., London

• Aidan Featherby, sr., Flour Bluff

• Andre Sanders, sr., Carroll



• Zachary Dewalt, fr., Flour Bluff

• Forrest Howard, jr., London

• Brandon Ramirez, sr., San Diego

• Jalen Spicer, sr., Beeville


• Patrick Ficenec, sr., Ray

• Guadalupe Garcia, sr., Agua Dulce

• Hector Gaza, so., San Diego

• Caleb Moore, sr., Woodsboro

• Jesus Nino, sr., Premont


• Jacob Bustamante, jr., Bishop

• Carlos Leyva, Bishop

• Liam Shannon, sr., Port Aransas

• Sonny Villegas, sr., Ray


• San Diego boys 1,600

• Refugio 800

• Woodsboro 400


• Aidan Chalk, jr., Ingleside

• Justice McClure, sr., Calallen

• Landon Parson, sr., Refugio

• Jake Snider, so., George West


• Eric Edison, so., Ingleside

• Ilan Escobedo, sr., Santa Gertrudis Academy

• Payton McAlister, jr., Rockport-Fulton

• Christian Rocha, Carroll

Vertical jumps

• Dylan Beverly, sr., King

• Derek Freeman, sr., George West

• Landon Thornton, sr., Three Rivers

Horizontal jumps

• Andrew Body, sr., Miller

• Antwaan Gross, jr. Refugio

• Alejandro Vasquez, so., Alice

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All-South Texas girls track team


Alizah Villegas, sr., Tuloso-Midway

Villegas had a dream in middle school of one day making it to the UIL State Track Meet. She did much more than that as a senior. Villegas qualified for the Class 4A state meet in both of her hurdle events and came through on the big stage. Villegas surprised herself in the 100 hurdles, finishing in a school-record 14.71 seconds to capture the silver medal and followed it by winning bronze in the 300 hurdles with a time of 45.67 seconds.

Tuloso-Midway's Alizah Villegas, right, competes in the Class 4A girls 100 meter hurdles during the UIL Track and Field State Championships, Thursday, May 6, 2021, in Austin. Villegas placed second with 14.71.

Newcomer of the Year

Madison Sutterfield, so., Flour Bluff



• Peyton Oliver, so., Refugio

• Jayden Perez, Veterans Memorial

• Emma Thomas, sr., Sinton


• Lidia Lowe, sr., Moody

• Jasiya Morgan, Ingleside

• Riley Parker, so., Rockport-Fulton


• Anika Cluff, so., Gregory-Portland

• Zerah Martinez, so., Sinton

• Sydney Smith, jr., London


• Veterans Memorial 400

• Veterans Memorial 800

• West Oso 800


• Isabella Miles, sr., Veterans Memorial

• Ebonee Nation, Moody

• Kennedi Silmon, sr., West Oso


• Payton Baklik, jr., Flour Bluff

• Nadia Mungia, sr., Robstown

• Haley Skoruppa, sr., Tuloso-Midway

Vertical jumps

• Mikaela Dominguez, sr., Rockport-Fulton

• Gabi Hiraldo, sr., Three Rivers

• Stacie Jorgenson, sr., Flour Bluff

Horizontal jumps

• Allie Estrada, sr., Beeville

• Jai'lin King, sr., Refugio

• Cailey Ramaker, Rockport-Fulton



• Nadine Ruiz, jr., Hebbronville

• Loren Tabor, jr., Riviera

• Hannah Van Blarcum, Orange Grove

• Kendrall Williams, Santa Gertrudis Academy


• Arianna Carballeira, sr., Freer

• Jazmine Miller, jr., Robstown

• Hannah Rifenburgh, Woodsboro


• Eleana Campos, Freer

• Liliana Garcia, sr., Freer

• Jada Johnson, so., Beeville


• Banquete 800

• Banquete 1,600

• Rockport-Fulton 400

• West Oso 400


• Lauren Fuller, jr., Flour Bluff

• Carissa Hintz, Flour Bluff

• Kaylee Howell, jr., Rockport-Fulton

• Olivia Salldago, Veterans Memorial


• Jordyn Gulbronson, Veterans Memorial

• Autumn Moses, sr., Sinton

• Leslie Pena, so., Ingleside

• Kiera Vest, so., Gregory-Portland

Vertical jumps

• Brookelynn Gilden, jr., Aransas Pass

• JaNaisha Kelley, so., Carroll

• Madi Moore, so., Tuloso-Midway

• Harlie Gallaspy, so., Flour Bluff

Horizontal jumps

• Mia Flores, fr., Calallen

• Madelyn Kocik, jr., Gregory-Portland

• Brooklyn Lamprecht, jr., Three Rivers

• Gladys Martin, Carroll

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