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South Aiken's Allie ...
South Aiken's Allie Nicosia was the lone local or area representative on the Girls' All-State Track Team.Nicosia, who will compete in track and field at the University of South Carolina, finished runner-up at the Class AAAA state meet in the girls' pole vault.
South Aiken High School's ...
South Aiken High School's Allie Nicosia set the bar high during her four years as a top-tier pole vaulter in the state of South Carolina.On Tuesday, South Aiken's pole vault wunderkind signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field at USC in Columbia."(USC) has been where I've always wanted to go," Nicosia said."I'm really looking forward to it."Nicosia has been synonymous with South Aiken girls' track and field success during her time with the Thoroughbreds.Nicosia, who excelled in the pole vault, has the distinction of not only competing but also medaling in four state track and field finals.In her last two Class AAAA state finals, she earned gold (2007) and silver (2008).Nicosia's accomplishments have been well-documented on the all-region and state level.
would do an event she
didn't know how to do just to support the team."
..."I'm very proud of Allie, and she's been a tremendous worker from day one," Shealy said.
..."Coach Shealy has trained me since the beginning and is the cause for my success," Nicosia added.
intends to join a large Gamecock track and field contingent in pre-med.She
contemplates working in cancer research; her
brother died of cancer in 2001.On the track and off, it seems nothing is out of reach for Nicosia
, which is the way she
wants it."I'm not really the person that cracks under pressure; you either have a good day or a bad day," Nicosia
...South Aiken's Allie Nicosia signs a letter of intent to compete in track and field at South Carolina Tuesday afternoon.
Sitting, from left: Allie's father Dale, Nicosia
, mother Susan and sister Shelby.
North Augusta High School's Marcus ...
North Augusta High School's Marcus Thurmond and South Aiken High School's Allie Nicosia followed the yellow brick road to the Class AAAA final, and didn't come back from their odyssey to Oz without some hardware.
Thurmond won the 800 meters at Saturday's Class AAAA state championship meet Saturday, while Nicosia
wrapped up a victory in Friday's pole vaulting event.
...Pole vault,1, Allison Nicosia, South Aiken, 12-3. 2, Morgan Bradford, T.L. Hanna , 11-6. 3, Mary Allen, Dorman, 11-0. 4, Tanisha Boulware, Spring Valley, 10-6. 5, (tie) Amber Meteraud, Wando, and Molly Burton, Westside, 10-0. 7, (tie) Katherine Carpenter, Wando, and Shelby Nicosia, South Aiken, 9-6.