An eight-time state champion and four-time runner-up, the 5-foot-5 senior won both the long jump and the triple jump at the Class 5A state meet, helping the Griffins finish 7th as a team. Scott soared 18-6 in the long jump (her career-best is a foot further) and launched herself a personal-best 40-1.25 in the triple, which was the best effort by a prep girl in Louisiana this spring and ranked as the nation’s No. 47 wind-legal leap in 2018. She triple-jumped an indoor personal-best 38-5 to take silver at the New Balance Nationals Indoor in March.
Scott has maintained a 3.99 weighted GPA in the classroom and remains undecided on a collegiate destination.
Scott has volunteered on behalf of the United Fellowship and Grace Community churches, the Red Cross, the Special Olympics and Holiday Helpers. She has also served as an assistant both a the Kleinpeter Veterinary Clinic and has participated in a Certified Nursing Assistant training program.