Raven Nunnery of John Curtis has been a superstar on the track in the short sprints. Nunnery's main events consist of the 100m and 200m dash. Raven's best in the 100m is a time of 11.38 which is also ranked #5 in the nation. On top of the 100m, Nunnery has run a 23.42 for the 200m dash. During the indoor season, Raven had broken the 8-second barrier in the 60m dash with a blistering 7.50 seconds. In addition to the 60m, Nunnery ran a 56.6 on the LSU 200m flat track. Before entering the 2021 outdoor track and field championships, Nunnery has accumulated five individual state titles. Nunnery also intends to compete at the University of Houston.
Halyn Senegal of St. Louis High has been another dominant figure, not just for her sprinting ability but also for her ability to show off her endurance. Senegal competes anywhere from the 100m dash to the 800m run and is a national caliber athlete when doing so. Senegal showcases her speed in the 400m dash as she splits a 54.1 which is ranked as #11 in the nation. Senegal continues to prove her endurance by stepping up to the 800m and running a 2:10 which places her at #24 in the nation. Halyn follows up with the 200m with a time of 24.8 and rounds out her event abilities with the 100m dash with a time of 12.22. Halyn will compete at the collegiate level at the University of Nevada - Reno.
Zoa Adams of Zachary is another great sprinter that has superb range. Adams's main event is the 400m dash in which she comes in at 55.6. This time takes Adams to the top 60 in the nation in that event. Her other strengths lie in the 100m and 200m dash. Adam's 100m time breaks the 12-second barrier with an 11.99 and follows up with the 200m dash in a time of 25.76. Zoa will begin her collegiate career at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Chyler Turner of Booker T. Washington - Shreveport is primarily a hurdler but also shows great strength in the short sprints. In the 100m hurdles, Turner runs a 14.02 and a 43.30 in the 300m hurdles. These two times place Turner in the top 30 in the nation. In addition to the hurdles, Turner runs the 100m and 200m dash at great speeds as well. Turner's top time in the 100m is 11.76 and 24.43 in the 200m. This ranks Turner within the top 85 in the nation for these two events. On top of these fast times, Chyler has been undefeated all season long. She will continue her athletic career with Duke University.
Darrione Joseph of West Jefferson is another top sprinting talent in the state. Joseph's strengths lie in the 100m and 300m hurdles. Her 100m hurdles talent brings her in at 14.57 and ranks her in the top 100 in the nation. Joseph follows up this performance with a 300m hurdles time of 46.1. Darrione has not committed to compete for a university in track and field.