The Flight 101 Jets Track and Field Club qualified 34 area athletes to the AAU Junior Olympic National Championships, July 28-Aug. 4, in Humble, Texas.

Those 34 athletes qualified in 53 events and four relays, as this is the fifth straight year the Jets qualified 25 or more athletes to nationals. They qualified by finishing in the top five at last week’s national qualifier at Wittenberg University.

Here are the Jets heading to nationals and their events:

BOYS

J’Veon Gamble (long jump, 100, 200), Moses O’Neal (400, long jump), Amir Stokes (shot put), Khimani McNeill (long jump), Bryce Prater (shot put), Zach Prater (shot put), Jalan Cooks (100, long jump, 400 relay), Jordy Chavarria (shot put), Jabril Muhammad (400 relay, pentathlon), Daimere Bennison (400 relay), Terrance Mack (400 relay), Michael Chavarria (200, 400, 400 relay), Jaron Lee (100, long jump, 400 relay), Montrell DeVaughn (800, 400 relay), Jake Murphy (800, 1,500), Akil Stokes (100 hurdles, 200 hurdles, pentathlon), Charles Hall (100 hurdles, 200 hurdles, long jump, 400 relay), Isaiah Ladson (100 hurdles, 200 hurdles, 400 relay), Yasim Muhammad (high jump, javelin), Tobias Evans (100, 200), JaQuan Gamble (javelin), Taqwa Johnson (javelin).

GIRLS

Olivia Payne (100, 200, 400 relay), J’Za Skinner (100, 400 relay), Justyce McElroy (400 relay), Aniyah Hall (400 relay), Jaila George (100, 200, 400 relay), Chaneece Hall (100, 200, 400 relay), Zoe Dellaserra (80 hurdles, 100), Spenzer Hunter (100, 400 relay), Azure’ Curtis (200, 400, 800), Alexis Prater (long jump, 400 relay, pentathlon), Katie Mokros (100, 200), Sydney Vaughn (100 hurdles, long jump).