Girls track and field: Alex takes second in opening meet

The College had multiple strong individual performances at the Dan Stimson Memorial Quad Meet last weekend. COURTESY

The College had multiple strong individual performances at the Dan Stimson Memorial Quad Meet last weekend. COURTESY

In the 800-meter run, Mathews came in third with a time of 2 minutes, 18.06 seconds. Devin Glasson '18 won the discus and placed second in the shot put.

Junior Matthew East won the 300-meter hurdles, with a time of 42.08.

Noah Little ran second in the boys 3,200-meter run in 10:32.22.

Jackson Taranto, Reese Adkins, Erik Walters and Chase Millican teamed up to run a 15:17.43 in their relay event.

Fayetteville-Perry's Paige Lockwood won the 400 meter dash with a time 1:12.27. In the 55 meter los hurdles, Cole Shirk earned 11th place with a time of:09.40.

Eastern's Emily Fannin won the 800 meter run with a time of 2:45.96.

A total of 19 schools from the Panhandle and eastern Wyoming competed in the meet. Lunsford finished second in the long jump with a best effort of 12-feet, 3-inches.

Fannin placed runner-up in the girls high jump by topping the bar at 4-06. Mariel Diebert added to the Warwick girls' victory by clearing 7-6 in the pole vault.


This year's team is led by returning TRL district long jump champion Collin Bracken The Lake Oswego boys track team is looking up this spring.

The Arlington Track and Field Team hosted seven other teams, including the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks, for the annual Chuck Randall Relays on March 24. She placed fifth in the discus, with a mark of 96-00.

Other girls winners include Kylee Minehan (G) in the 1600; Regan Wheatly (G) in the 100 hurdles; Sarah DeSmet (B) in the 400; Maggioncalda (G) in the 100 and 200; Minehan (G) in the 800; Jasmine Garcia (W) in the 300 hurdles. Cocalico's Austin Landers won the long jump, going 19-2.5, and the Eagles won the meet, 82-67. In the 1500 meters, senior Kelsey Horowitz finished first, followed across the finish by four consecutive Red Devil runners.

Senior Kaitlyn Karjala ran a 8:43.38, good for fourth in the 1,500-meter steeplechase.

Elizabethtown's Carley Sedun helped the Bears pick up a 117-31 win at home over Lebanon Monday with wins in the shot put (29-4) and discus (87-11).

Fayetteville's Hunter Jester placed fourth in the shot put event with a throw of 35-02.50.

Distance runner Logan Bates picked up points for the team with a sixth-place result in the 1,600 (5:28.78) and fifth in the 3,200 (11:57.94).

Eastern's Cy Young placed fourth in the boys 1,600 meter run with a time of 5:20.50.

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