Douglas is now making her mark on the GHSA level in her sophomore season.
The Mount Vernon standout ranks first in the 100 with a personal-best time of 12.69 seconds, is second in the 200 (26.67) and sixth in the long jump (14 feet, 11 inches) among Class A private school athletes, according to the gamilesplit.com website.
Douglas is stepping to the forefront to fill the hole left by the departure of Nnenya Hailey, a Clemson signee who finished her outstanding high school career with GISA state titles in the 100 and 200 and 300 hurdles last year.
“[Aundria] had the luxury of learning under Nnenya for a year and now, she’s ready to become a great sprinter in her own right,” Mount Vernon coach Seymour Adlam said. “She’s kind of like the foundation of our girls’ team.”