List of Arkansas state high school track and field champions

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The list of Arkansas state high school track and field champions is based on the annual winner of the team competition at the state track and field meet held annually each spring by the Arkansas Activities Association.[1]

List of Arkansas state high school boys track and field champions[edit]

Little Rock Central holds the national record for all-time most state championships in boys track and field with 50 titles won between 1908 and 1979.[2]

List of Arkansas state high school girls track and field champions[edit]

The following is a list of the girls track and field state champion schools with the number of titles in parenthesis:

  • 2017 – Fayetteville (7), Lake Hamilton (4), Sylvan Hills (3), Pocahontas (4), Genoa Central (4), Quitman, Decatur
  • 2016 – Fayetteville (6), Texarkana (8), Magnolia (4), Ashdown (2), Genoa Central (3), Magnet Cove, Trinity Christian (7)
  • 2015 – Bentonville (7), Lake Hamilton (3), Magnolia (3), Ashdown, Genoa Central (2), Des Arc (3), Trinity Christian (6)
  • 2014 – Bentonville (6), Texarkana (7), Magnolia (2), Crossett (8), Mansfield (5), Magazine, Trinity Christian (5)
  • 2013 – Bentonville (5), LR Parkview (2), Camden Fairview (8), Crossett (7), Harding Academy (7), Murfreesboro (3), Trinity Christian (4)
  • 2012 – Bentonville (4), Texarkana (6), tie – Crossett (6)-Camden Fairview (7), Nashville (10), Harding Academy (6), Des Arc (2), Acorn (2)
  • 2011 – Fayetteville (5), Lake Hamilton (2), Camden Fairview (6), Nashville (9), Harding Academy (5), Murfreesboro (2), Acorn
  • 2010 – Fayetteville (4), Texarkana (5), Camden Fairview (5), Nashville (8), Mansfield (4), Murfreesboro, Trinity Christian (3)
  • 2009 – Bentonville (3), Texarkana (4), Batesville (5), Nashville (7), Mansfield (3), Westside JC (2), Trinity Christian (2)
  • 2008 – Bentonville (2), Texarkana (3), Batesville (4), Nashville (6), Mansfield (2), Des Arc, Trinity Christian
  • 2007 – Bentonville, Lake Hamilton, Batesville (3), Nashville (5), Mansfield, Westside JC, Guy–Perkins
  • 2006 – Camden Fairview (4), Batesville (2), Lafayette County (3), Genoa Central, Union Christian
  • 2005 – Camden Fairview (3), Batesville, Lafayette County (2), Harding Academy (4), Delaplaine (5)
  • 2004 – LR McClellan (2), Sylvan Hills (2), De Queen, Lafayette County, Delaplaine (4)
  • 2003 _ Jonesboro, Sylvan Hills, Nashville (4), Harding Academy (3), Delaplaine (3)
  • 2002 – Pine Bluff (6), Watson Chapel (5), Mena, tie – Harding Academy (2)-Rison (7), Delaplaine (2)
  • 2001 – Pine Bluff (5), Watson Chapel (4), Nashville (3), Harding Academy, Delaplaine
  • 2000 – Fayetteville (3), Crossett (5), Nashville (2), tie – Jessieville-Shiloh Christian (5), Emerson (7)
  • 1999 – Fayetteville (2), Watson Chapel (3), Nashville, Shiloh Christian (4), Emerson (6)
  • 1998 – Camden Fairview (2), Watson Chapel (2), Beebe (2), Shiloh Christian (3), Emerson (5)
  • 1997 – Texarkana (2), Crossett (4), Mountain View, Shiloh Christian (2), St. Joseph (2)
  • 1996 – Texarkana, Watson Chapel, Pocahontas (3), Shiloh Christian, St. Joseph
  • 1995 – FS Southside (10), Sheridan (2), Pocahontas (2), Barton, FS Christian (3)
  • 1994 – FS Southside (9), Sheridan, Warren (2), Foreman (2), FS Christian (2)
  • 1993 – FS Southside (8), Camden Fairview, Lake Village, Foreman, FS Christian
  • 1992 – FS Southside (7), Magnolia, Warren, Nevada (2), Emerson (4)
  • 1991 – FS Southside (6), Crossett (3), Nevada, Caddo Hills (2), Scranton (4)
  • 1990 – FS Southside (5), Crossett (2), Dardanelle (2), Caddo Hills, Scranton (3)
  • 1989 – Conway (4), Batesville, Dardanelle, Foreman, Emerson (3)
  • 1988 – Conway (3), Crossett, Star City (2), Hermitage, Saratoga (3)
  • 1987 – Conway (2), Wynne (2), Star City, Rison (6), Emerson (2)
  • 1986 – Conway, Wynne, Fordyce (2), Rison (5), Saratoga (2)
  • 1985 – FS Southside (4), Alma (3), Prescott, Rison (4), Saratoga
  • 1984 – Pine Bluff (4), Malvern (2), Fordyce, Lewisville (3), Scranton (2)
  • 1983 – Pine Bluff (3), FS Southside (3), Malvern, Marvell, Lewisville (2), Shirley
  • 1982 – Pine Bluff (2), FS Southside (2), Greenwood, Augusta, Lewisville, tie-Pocahontas, St. Paul
  • 1981 – Pine Bluff, FS Southside, HS Lakeside (2), DeWitt, Rison (3), Oil Trough
  • 1980 – LR Central (2), Blytheville (3), HS Lakeside, McCrory, Rison (2), Emerson
  • 1979 – LR Central, LR McClellan, Arkadelphia, Hoxie, Rison, Scranton
  • 1978 – LR Parkview, Blytheville (2), Alma (2), Waldron (2), Mountain Pine, Kensett (2)
  • 1977 – NLR Ole Main, Blytheville, Alma, Stamps, Kensett
  • 1976 – Fayetteville, Beebe
  • 1975 – LR Hall
  • 1974 – Waldron

Most state girls track and field championships[edit]

Team Titles Title Years (Spring)
Fort Smith Southside 10 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995
Nashville 10 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Camden Fairview 8 1993, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Track". Arkansas Activities Association. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. Retrieved April 22, 2013. 
  2. ^ "High School Sports Record Book". National Federation of State High School Associations. Retrieved October 5, 2013. 

External links[edit]