Thomas Dale graduate and Georgia commit, Titiana Marsh, made the most of her final high school competition in the triple jump. Though it wasn't a pr, it was a huge season best of 42-7 for the Richmond athlete to win the national title.
Titiana went 41-0.5", 42-6.25, 41-10. 39-9.25, 41-10.5, and finally 42-7 in the competition. Conditions were just barely over the wind-legal limit but the heat was nearly unbearable. Of course none of that stopped Marsh from having her best outing in the jumps in quite some time.
Freshman Jordan Hardy went 40-1.25 in the morning to win the freshman installment of the competition so don't fret, VA is in great hands for the next three years as well.
Titiana is not done with her prep career though. She will be competing in the championship long jump tomorrow afternoon where her only goal is to have fun, stay loose, and jump over 20'.