Hill wins third straight PP&KPublished 2:41pm Friday, September 28, 2012
Christian Hill made it a three-peat on Saturday.
Hill scored 135.9 points to claim first place in the 6 and 7 year-old division of the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department’s Punt, Pass & Kick competition.
Hill, who scored more than 70 points higher than his closest competition, has won the event three years running.
Hill punted the ball 40 feet, 4 inches, kicked it 46 feet, 3 inches and threw the ball 49 feet, 2 inches to earn the win.
MacAllister Brown finished in second place with a score of 65.6, while Kameron Weaver’s score of 58 earned him a third-place finish.
8 and 9-year-old division
Tyler Mallory edged Andrew Carter for first place in the 8 and 9-year-old division.
Mallory scored 131.6, while Carter finished with 123.6 points.
Everette Black claimed third place with a score of 108.
10 and 11-year-old division
Brandon Haynes’ punt of 43 feet, 5 inches propelled him to a first place finish in the 10 and 11-year-old division.
Haynes scored 193.4 points to take first place, while Jamil Thompson and Tydarius Powell took second and third places, respectively.
Thompson scored 192.6 points and Powell scored 181.01 points. Thompson won the passing competition with a throw of 98 feet, 8 inches. Powell won the kicking competition with a kick of 92 feet.
12 and 13-year-old division
Robert Shufford scored 239.4 points to win the 12 and 13-year-old division.
Romontez Rhodes claimed second place with 222.9 points, and Malik Bunch finished in third place with 196.8 points.
14 and 15-year-old division
Winston Sims scored 256.7 points to claim first place in the 14 and 15-year-old division.
DeAntre Jones and Sam Bowen finished in second and third place, respectively. Jones scored 167.2 points and Bowen scored 127.6 points.
6 and 7-year-old division (Girls)
Averyon Smith took first place with a score of 41.1 points.
8 and 9-year-old division (Girls)
JoVala Ocean claimed first place with a score of 39.6 points.
14and 15-year-old division (Girls)
Sha’mon’ti Rhodes finished in first place with a score of 144.9 points.
The first-place finishers will now compete in the sectional competition, which will be held Oct. 21 at Westgate Park in Dothan.