What Would a Meet of Champions Look Like in Tennessee?

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As the dust settles on another outdoor track season in Tennessee, a few teams stood out.

We don't have a "meet of champions" in Tennessee. At least not yet. But that doesn't mean we can't think about what one would look like.

There were lots of close team battles at this season's state championship in Murfreesboro. And a few athletes got the chance to make their PRs even better at the Music City Distance Carnival and New Balance Nationals. So let's see who the top teams were this season.

We took the top three teams in all four divisions and put them into one championship. Then, we used their season best times to construct one state championship out of the top twelve teams at state.

Here were the results.

1Brentwood Academy116.5
2Cleveland High School91
3Brentwood High School86
4Hardin Valley Academy75
5Pearl Cohn High School74
6Montgomery Bell Academy71.5
7McCallie School64.5
8Austin-East High School43
9University School of Nashville28
10Harding Academy21

Brentwood Academy takes the top spot this season in outdoor track just like they did in cross country last fall. The Eagles boast a deep distance corps, a good sprints group and excellent field events.

All of those athletes would also score in a meet of champions. Starting with Michael Archie and Camron Johnson in the field, BA would score major points.

8246-2Michael ArchieTJ
726-6Caleb HarrisHJ
6323-3Camron JohnsonLJ
5413-5.75Knox PerryPV
4.546-4Aaron LovinsHJ

Even though they finished second in the state last month, Cleveland High School checks in at number two. Eric Parker and Benjedi Casseus are elite in any division. And Keegan Jones is the fastest sprinter for 100 and 200 meters in this virtual meet of champions.

I mean, just look at those hurdles points.

10113.99Benjedi Casseus110H
8214.03Eric Parker110H
8238.42Benjedi Casseus300H
6339.42Eric Parker300H
3615.23Colby Evans110H

Jett Kinder and Brentwood round out the top three -- like their counterparts down the road in Williamson County, the Bruins are deep in the field. And Kinder is turning into one of the stars of the state at any classification.

His points in the field would be enough to put the Bruins near the top of a meet of champions. Kinder is a big reason why.

1016-8Jett KinderHJ
9115-0Garrett LeePV
9115-0Jett KinderPV
726-6Carter McKechnieHJ
4545-4Avery WilliamsTJ
4513-0Matthew WaltersPV
3644-11Jett KinderTJ
266-2Kyle CostnerHJ