Jefferson County’s Tristan Boatman, seated center, has signed to continue his education and his track and field throwing career at Troy University. Seated with Tristan, from left, are his parents Jack Boatman and Angi Boatman. Standing, from left, are JCHS principal Randy Rogers, sisters Kaitlin Boatman and Michaela Boatman, niece Adelaide Nidiffer, JCHS track and field head coach Bill DeLozier and assistant coach Adam Shockley. – J.D. VAUGHN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Tristan Boatman ventured to Alabama to win an indoor state championship his senior season. He’ll be returning to the Yellowhammer State soon to begin his college journey.

On Thursday, Boatman held his ceremony after officially signing to continue his education along with his track and field throwing career at Troy University.

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