Visitors at Friday's Jacksboro High School graduation were greeted with a new addition to the gymnasium foyer. The Athletic Booster Club donated funds to purchase a board that includes all of the track and field records for Jacksboro High School athletes. Following the donation of the board, Head Track Coach Don Rodie and the rest of the coaching staff spent countless hours researching the Jacksboro High School track archives to put together the names and records that would populate the board. Coach Rodie sees the records board as a way to honor the excellent athletic tradition of Jacksboro as well as serve as an incentive for future athletes. The longest standing boy's record on the board is Sammy Lewis' best of 48.44 in the 400 meter run which was set in 1971. The 1980's were represented by Jimmy Brisco's 1987 high jump record of 6'8". The most recent boys' record is State champion Kole Weldon's shot put throw of 58' 9 ¾" in 2010. Eric Casias put his name on the record board twice with a school record of 10.66 in the 100 meter dash and 22'11 ½" in the long jump, both records set in 1998. Joining Casias with two appearances on the record board is Aaron Whitsitt with 2003 records of 2.00.52 in the 800 meter run and 4.45.00 in the 1600 meter run. Art Casias set the school record in the 200 meter dash with a time of 22.30 in 1991. Nic Delgado holds the Jacksboro record of 10.39.64 in the 3200 meter run which was set in 2005. Nathan Clay holds the record in the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 14.85 set in 1994. Chris Hatchel's time of 38.89 in the 300 meter hurdles in 1990 remains the school's best time. James Pickett's triple jump of 44'5" in 1996 remains the standard at Jacksboro and Brandon Calhoun holds the school pole vault record by clearing a height of 13'6" in 1996. Also, in 1996, Matt Fryar set the school record in the discus at 153' 8". The school record for the 4 X 100 and 4 X 200 relays was set in 1994. The 4 X 100 relay team of Derek Inman, James Terrell, Anthony Carter and Daniel Queen posted a time of 42.5. The 4 X 200 relay team of Derek Inman, James Terrell, Anthony Carter and Kip Johnson ran a best of 1.28.91. The record in the 4 X 400 relay was set in 1990 by the team of Luke Armstrong, Chris Hatchel, Lon Gardner and B. J. Heathcoat. The longest standing Tigerette records were set in 1985 by Kay Branch who earned three spots on the record board. Branch holds the school record of 12.10 in the 100 meter dash, 57.10 in the 400 meter run as well as the school record in the 200 meter dash. Amy Cantrell holds two school records as she posted a best time of 2.20.20 in the 800 meter run and 5.25.20 in the 1600 meter run. Kayla Duke's name is on the board twice as well as she holds the school record of 16.00 in the 100 meter hurdles and 47.30 in the 300 meter hurdles, both set in 1990. Carla Greer holds multiple records as well as she has the school's best long jump of 17' 7 ¾" as well as the best Tigerette triple jump of 37' 2 ¾". Laura Mathis holds the school record in the 3200 meter run with a time of 12.16.22 set in 2000. Genita Jackson in 2000 and Blaze Sanders in 2005 share the high jump record of 5'4". Sara Whitsitt set the school pole vault record in 2002. Shelia Fowler has the best discuss throw of 95'3 ½" in 1991 and Laken Plaster has the most recent record with a shot put throw of 39' ¾" set this year. The record in the 4 X 200 meter relay was set in 1997 with a time of 1.50.96. The members of the team were Kizzie Sanders, Tasha Casey, Genita Rutledge and Farrah Carriger. Blaze Sanders, Rene Soto, Amanda Thompson and Bristyn Dunlap made up the record setting 4 X 100 relay team when they posted a time of 51.96 in 2005. The school record in the 4 x 400 relay was set in 1999 when Elizabeth Avila, Katy Hammond, Genita Jackson and Kendra Knight ran a school best of 4.11.57. Booster Club President Keri Lane commented, "The Booster Club truly appreciates the opportunity to contribute to the record board that honors the past, present and future athletes at Jacksboro High School."