Paden City Girls win Mason Dixon Conference Track Championships
Mallory Yeater came in third in the 100 meter dash for Paden City with a time of 13.71 for six points to get the Wildcats started. Madylen Still took fifth place with a time of 14.12 good for two more points. Brandis Dalrymple took second place in the 400 meter dash with a time of 1:10.77 good for eight Wildcat points and Jocelyn Sawinski took third place with a time of 1:14.10 good for six points. Sawinski picked up another third place in the 800 meter run with a time of 3:11.07 good for six more points. In the girls 100 meter hurdles Hallie McDonald came in first in a time of 18.06 good for 10 points. McDonald also took top honors in the 300 meter hurdles winning the event in a time of 54.43 good for 10 more points for the Wildcats.
The Wildcat girls won the 4×100 meter relay in a time of 54.78 with a team of Maggi Still, Mallory Yeater, Hallie McDonald, and Madylen Still good for 10 points. In the 4×200 meter relay the Cats took first with a team of Maggi Still, Brandis Dalrymple, Madylen Still, and Mallory Yeater in a time of 1:57.90 good for 10 points.
Yeater took top honors in the long jump with a leap of 15-02.00 good for 10 more points for the Cats. Dalrymple came in fifth in the event with a leap of 12-10.00 good for two points.
Hope Weber won the shot put for Paden City with a toss of 31-05.00 good for 10 points. Alyssa Phillips added six points with a third place in the event with a toss of 26-05.00. Weber also won the discus throw with a heave of 93-01 good for 10 points and Phillips finished fourth in the event with a throw of 73-10 for four points to cap the scoring for the Wildcats.
Hundred scored four points in the 100 meter dash with Addie Tuttle getting fourth place in a time of 14.11. Hundred got second and third in the 200 meter dash with Tuttle getting a 30.28 for eight points and Ashlyn Peters picking up six points with a time of 31.18. Hundred got a fourth place in the 400 meter dash with Areonna Zarco running a 1:27.93 good for four points for the Hornets. Rachel Snedden came in second in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:56.83 good for eight points. Snedden scored eight points in the 1600 meter run finishing second in a time of 6:22.89. Snedden finished second again in the 3200 meter run for the Hornets in a time of 14:60.92 good for eight more points giving her 24 total individual points on the night. Higgins added eight points to the Lumberjill total with a second place in the long jump going 14-04.00. Leah DeLaney took second in the shot put with a 28-07.00 good for eight points. Areonna Zarco came in fifth in the shot put with a 24-07.00 good for two points. Delaney came in second in the discus for the Hornets with a toss of 78-02 good for eight points while teammate Snedden finished third for six more points with a throw of 74-08to up her individual point total to 30 on the night.
Valley got one point form Winter Higgins with a sixth place in the 100 meter run in a time of 14.29. Valley got third in the 4×100 meter relay with a team of Charity Bates, Machiah Hartley, Winter Higgins, and Darsey Pittman in a time of 1:01.42 good for six points. The Lumberjills gained six more points with a third place in the 4×200 meter relay with a time of 2:14.58 with a team of Bates, Hartley, Higgins, and Pittman.Hundred picked up third and fourth place in the long jump good for 10 total points with Ashlyn Peters getting third with a 13-11.00. Tuttle got fourth with a 13-10.00.Martha Dorion of Valley got sixth in the shot put with a 24-02.00 toss to give her team one point. Dorion gave Valley two more points finishing fifth in the discus with a throw of 60-11.00.
Team scoring on the night showed Paden City winning the Championship with 110points followed by second place Trinity with 104. Hundred High School was third with 80. Clay-Battelle High School fourth with 77. Valley High School fifth with 24, and Notre Dame High School sixth with 11.
Mason Dixon Conference Boys Track Championships
Paden City boys finished third in the Mason Dixon Track Championships held on May 14, at Clay Battelle high school. Hundred ended in fourth place out of the six teams.
In the 100 meter dash Zane Yeater gave the Wildcats six points with a third placew finish in a time of 12.10. Brandon Hizer added four points to the Wildcat total with a fourth place finish in the 400 meter run with a time of 1:01.57. Hizer also gave the Cats a point in the 800 meter run finishing in sixth place with a time of 2:24.93.In the 110 meter hurdles Paden City got 10 points as Shane Anderson crossed the finish line in a time of 18.14 for first place. Jasup Spragg added 10 more points for the Wildcats winning the 300 meter hurdles in a time of 50.97.
In the 4×200 relay Paden City took third place for six team points finishing with a time of 1:45.40 with a team of Brandon Hizer, Shane Anderson, Logan Smith, and Zane Yeater. The Wildcats won first place in the 4×100 meter shuttle hurdles with a time of 1:09.86 good for 10 more points with a team of Spagg, Yeater, Smith, and Anderson.
In the long jump the Wildcats picked up seven total points with Anderson fourth at 17-08.00, Yeater fifth with a 17-00.00, and Hizer sixth at 15-08.00.
Aron Thorn got fifth in the shot put with a toss of 26-06.00 good for two points and Issac Neff picked up a point in sixth place with a toss of 25-00.00.Neff came in third in the discus with a heave of 85-09 to give the Wildcats six points and Thorn grabbed the fifth place spot with a throw of 62-03 good for two Wildcat points.
Hundred took second in the event with a jump of 18-01.00 by Colton Whitehill good for eight points for the Hornets. Whitehill also added four points for Hundred with a fourth place in the shot put tossing 31-09.00.
Trinity Christian School won the championship with 140 points. Clay-Battelle High School got second with 103. Notre Dame High School was third with 71. Paden City High School with 65 was fourth. Hundred High School fifth with 12 and Valley High School scored 1.