HOOVER – McGill-Toolen Catholic’s Graham Collins totaled 3,736 points Monday in five events to take the first-day lead in the 55th annual AHSAA State Decathlon Championships being held at Hoover High School. Hoover’s own Genesis Jones accumulated 2,690 points in the 31 st ASHSAA Girls’ Heptathlon competition lead James Clemens’ Audriana Blakely (2,646) by 44 points heading into Tuesday’s final round. Collins leads Stone Shellnut of Hewitt-Trussville (3,320) by 416 points with five events remaining in the Tuesday’s final round. He is well on his way to posting the best score in the Decathlon since Bo Jackson of McAdory totaled more 8,340 points in the 1981 Decathlon. Collins had the fastest time in the 100-meter dash (10.97 seconds) amongst the 47 competitors, had the top long jump (22-03.5), best high jump (6-01.5), and also won the 400-meter dash competition with a time of 49.59. Events remaining are the 110-meter hurdles, discus, pole vault, javelin and 1,500-meter run. Rounding out the top five Monday were: 3. Collier Robinson, James Clemens (3,153); 4. Edwin Rainey, Northridge (3,050); and Noah Williams, Hoover (3,034). Shane Denman of Oxford won the shot put competition with a toss of 38-11.75. Jones finished third to Hoover teammate Chakiya Plummer (14.92) in the 110-meter hurdles and won the high jump (5-04.5). Lanaiya Coney of Bob Jones won the shot put (30-10.5) and Plummer won the 200-meter dash (25.17). Filling out the Top 5 from day one’s heptathlon competition were Hoover’s Plummer (2,550), Erin Long of Pelham (2,514) and Jade Johnson of Northridge (2,506). The state record was set by Shelly Spires of St. Paul’s Episcopal (5,000) in 2014. Complete first-round results can be found at: www.ahsaa.com .