WCS track participates in meet as it prepares for district
04/02/2014 11:07 AM
04/02/2014 11:08 AM
The junior high and high school track teams from Weatherford Christian School participated in the High Point track meet on Saturday in Bedford.
For junior high, the boys team placed 3rd overall and the girls team placed 5th overall. Both the varsity boys and girls teams placed 4th overall.
Results for those who medaled at the event are:
4x100 Meter Relay- 3rd Jerry Weaver, Cooper Bomar, Hunter Hasenjaeger, Harley Jacques
Cooper Bomar- 2nd Mens Long Jump
Chandler Hill- 3rd Mens High Jump, 3rd Mens Triple Jump
4x400 Meter Relay- 1st Ashleigh Garvin, Kennedy Combs, Hannah Floyd, Kaitlyn Fell
4x100 Meter Relay- 3rd Ashleigh Garvin, Kennedy Combs, Paige Wilson, Kaitlyn Fell
Scotlyn Ogle- 3rd Womens Shot Put
Kaitlyn Fell- 3rd 110 Womens Meter Hurdles
Junior high boys
4x100 Meter Relay- 2nd Manning Marsh, Caleb Askins, Jackson Floyd, Jed Sivley
4x200 Meter Relay- 2nd Manning Marsh, Caleb Askins, Jackson Floyd, Jed Sivley
Manning Marsh- 2nd Mens 100 Meter Dash, 2nd Mens Long Jump
Caleb Askins- 2nd Mens 400 Meter Dash
Jed Sivley- 1st Mens 300 Meter Hurdles, 2nd Mens Shot Put, 3rd Mens Discuss
Junior high girls
4x100 Meter Relay- 2nd Kaitlyn Morales, Bayleigh Garvin, Lilly Wilson, Delaney McKeown
4x200 Meter Relay- 2nd Vanessa Hernandez, Kaitlyn Morales, Lilly Wilson, Delaney McKeown
Madison Fields- 2nd Womens mile run
Shannon Travis- 2nd Womens Shot Put, 2nd Womens Discuss
“The team had a good day,” said Coach Stephen Cox. “We ran well and we left with some personal records. From our results, it looks like that we measure up well with our competition at district.”
The high school district meet is on Saturday in Springtown at Springtown High School.
The junior high district meet will be Friday in Bedford.
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