Magnolia Girls Win Fourth Straight WTTL Meet
Abbey Caldwell of the River Pilots won the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dash events and the 300 meter hurdles, but it wasn’t quite enough to get past Magnolia, 120-115, in the fourth week of the Wetzel Tyler Track League Meet at Tyler Consolidated April 19.
Caldwell (12.9) beat the Knights’ Sydney Glover (13.8) and Macy Long (14.1), and the Pilots’ Zoey Miller (14.5). Caldwell (27.2) also beat Long (29.4) and the Eagles’ Bailey Estep (29.7) and Kennedy Parsons (30.3), as well as her teammate Jessica Karpacs (30.4), respectively, in the 200-meter dash. Caldwell (1:01.9) also nosed out the competition in the 400-meter dash as well. Caldwell continued to dominate, winning the 300-meter hurdles with a time of (47.6).
Ritz (2:36.5) crossed the finish line in front of the Pilots’ Shayna Indermuhle (2:51.9) in the 800-meter run, while teammate Jordan Delaney (5:50.3) won the 1,600-meter run. The Eagles’ Breanna Barbera (13:20.6) won the 3,200-meter run, while Hostuttler (14:16.1) placed second.
Tyler Consolidated’s Katelyn Gogan (16.9) won the 100-meter hurdles, while Magnolia’s Cedar Sands (18.4) placed second. The Knights’ team of Macy Long, Shayla Griffey, Katelyn Gogan and Sydney Glover won the 4×100-meter relay with a time of 55.5, while River (56.0) was second and the Wildcats (58.4) placed third. River’s 4×200 meter-relay team of Lauren Flannery, Hannah Straub, Kyndra Early and Zoey Miller finished first with a time of 1:58.1, while the Paden City (2:02.4) placed second.
The Magnolia foursome of Alayna Cline, Mandi Theodoro, Rachel Arbogast and Sofia Herrick won the 4×400 meter relay with a time of 4:36.1.
Magnolia (10:59.1), also won the 4×800-meter relay with the team of Jordan Delaney, Rachel Arbogast, Breanna Barbera and Bri Ritz.
The Wildcats’ Jenna Arnett, Kallie Arnett, Chelsea Baker and Abagail Still won the shuttle hurdles with a time of 1:13.0, while the Silver Knights finished second at 1:17.4.
Bailey Estep won the high jump at 5-2, while teammates Alayna Cline (4-10), and Kennedy Parsons (4-4) finished second and third, respectively.
Mandi Theodoro (7-6) beat teammate Kristen Massey (7-0) in the pole vault, while the Knights’ Emily Lancaster (6-6) finished third, and the Pilots’ Shayna Indermuhle (5-6) fourth.
Bailey Estep broke the Blue Eagles’ and the Shadyside Relays’ high jump record and this past week broke Magnolia’s long jump record with jump of 16-11. The Pilots’ Jessica Karpacs (15′) placed second and teammate Zoey Miller (14-5.5) third.
Paden City’s Cydney Blatt (32-7) won the shot put, while the Pilots’ Haylee Winkler (31-6) finished second.
In the discus, the Knights’ Tessa Boyd (89-1) placed first, while Winkler (82-5.5) placed second.
Tyler Boys Win Fourth Straight WTTL Meet
River Pilot senior Joey Flannery won the 400-meter run (54.6) and the 800-meter run (2:14.0), but it wasn’t enough for the Pilots to dethrone Tyler Consolidated 133-75 April 19 in Kidwell.
Chase Brown (56.4) and Aiden Taylor (56.7) finished second and third, respectively, for the Pilots in the 400-meter dash.
Brandon Carpenter (12.0) finished in front of the Knights’ Nick Gorby (12.7) in the 100-meter dash. Tyler Consolidated’s Tyler Anderson finished on top in the 200-meter dash, while the Pilots’ Carpenter (24.3) and Braden Whetsell (25.6) closed out in second and third, respectively.
Deven Price won the 110-meter hurdles (16.9) and the 300-meter hurdles (44.9), while teammate Jacob Pierce (17.3) finished second in the 110 hurdles.
The Knights won the 4×100 (46.1), 4×200 (1:38.0) and the shuttles (1:03.0), while the Pilots won the 4×400 (3:55.1) and the Wildcats finished second in the 4×200 (1:44.5), 4×800 (10:08.2) and shuttles (1:04.4). In the high jump, the Blue Eagles’ Cole McGee (5-6) took top honors, while teammate Halahangano (5-0) was runner-up.
The Knights’ Jarett LeMasters (12-0), Levi Morgan (10-6) and Destry Nelson (9-0) finished one-two-three in the pole vault, while teammate Tyler Anderson (20-4), and Trent Shepherd (19-7) finished one-two in the long-jump.
Lumberjacks Win Fourth Straight Mason-Dixon Championship
The Lumberjacks’ Tucker Cain won all four of his individual events – high-jump (6’8“); pole vault (12’6″); long jump (21’1.50″); and discus (122’3.50”) to help the Valley boys pick up their fourth straight Mason-Dixon title last weekend at Clay-Battelle High School with 159 points.
Clay-Battelle came in a distance second with 108 points.
In the sprinting events, Trey Streets (12.04) got the ball rolling by winning the 100-meter dash, while the Hornets’ Holden Moore (12.09) came in a close second.
In the 200-meter dash, Moore (24.50) finished second and Streets (25.44) third.
In the 400-meter dash, Peyton Bassett (53.46) of Valley nosed out Moore (54.17) of Hundred who finished third.
In the 1,600-meter run, Notre Dame’s Tyson Childers (4:53.97) won going away.
In the hurdle events, the Wildcats’ Deven Price (16.66) won the 110 high hurdles, while teammate Jacob Pierce (17.56) and the Hornets’ Greg Jones (18.24) were second and third, respectively. Price (43.46) also won the 300-meter hurdles, while Jones (45.79), and teammate Danny Stewart (48.30) finished second and third, respectively.
In the relay events, the Valley team of Michael Lloyd, Trey Streets, Matthew Throckmorton and Peyton Bassett nosed out the Wildcats’ Cade Myers, Jacob Pierce, Zach Yeater and Deven Price, 46.71 to 47.67, in the 4×100 meter relay.
Clay-Battelle (1:44.17) finished just in front of the Wildcats’ (1:44.88) team of Myers, Pierce, Yeater and Seth Bohrer, while the Valley (1:55.61) foursome of Alex Rogers, James Haught, Jerry Greathouse and Richard Leek was next in the 4X200 relay.
The Valley 4×400 team of Bassett, Evatt, Throckmorton and Lowe won rather easily with a time of (3:55.06).
In the 100 meter shuttle hurdle relay, the Paden City (1:03.31) boys of Pierce, Price, Myers and Logan Carroll beat the Hundred (1:11.76) team of Stewart, Jones, Moore and Dustin Adams.
The Hornets’ Stewart (5’2″) placed third to Cain of Valley and fourth to the Lumberjacks Jerry Greathouse (5′) in the high jump. Greathouse was second to Cain in the pole vault.
Greathouse (18’4.25) also placed second behind Cain in the long jump.
Lloyd (43’9″) won the shot, while the Wildcats Dakota Gatian (36’2.50) finished second.
Cee-Bees Win Girls Mason-Dixon Title
The Valley Lumberjills (64 points) finished in third place, winning the 4×100 and the shuttles, while Rachel Baker won the high jump, but it wasn’t quite enough to get past Clay-Battelle who finished first with 182 points in the Mason-Dixon championships last Saturday at Clay-Battelle High School.
In the sprinting events, it was the Lumberjills Sophie Palmer (14.48) finishing fourth in the 100 meter dash to Hannah Carreon (13.21) of Clay-Battelle. Carreon (27.20) won the 200-meter dash, while the Lumberjills Kendall (31.43) finished third.
In the 800-meter run, McLaughlin (2:41.28) finished first. McLaughlin also won the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs.
In the 100-meter hurdles Carreon (15.77) nosed out the Lumberjills’ Erin Brown (18:07) who finished second. Paden City’s Abagail Still (54.52) won the 300-meter hurdles.
The Valley team of Rebecca Gill, Sophie Palmer, Erin Brown and Rachel Baker won the 4×100-meter relay with a time of 55.28.
The Paden City team of Jenna Arnett, Kallie Arnett, Chelsea Baker and Abagail Still finished three seconds behind Clay-Battelle in the 4×200-meter relay with a time of 2:03.76,.
The Valley team of Gill, Baket, Palmer and Brown won the shuttles at 1:11.96, while the Paden City team of Jenna Arnett, Kallie Arnett, Malayna Price and Chelsea Baker finished second with a time of 1:15.89.
Valley’s Rachel Baker won the high jump at 4’10”, while the Hornets Katherine Henderswon (4’6″) and Emily Metz (4’4″) placed second and third, respectively.
Paden City’s Cydney Blatt (31-11) won the shot.