Indoor Track & Field Conference 29 Championships

Thank you to all of the coaches, athletes, family and friends that have worked together so far this year. Here is an update on the indoor track teams!

Girls Team

Congratulations to the members of the Girls Indoor Track team on their Conference 29 Championship! Event champions were Annie Taylor in the 1600, 1000 and 500; Taylor Catlett in the 3200; Lydia Garner in the High Jump; Sarah Tolman in the pole vault, Nichole Heon in the 55 and triple jump; the 4×800 relay team of Annie Lorenzoni, Avery Jordan, Faith Reid and Zoe Clay and the 4x200m relay team of Katrina Barredo, Madison Masloff, Nichole Heon and Deborah Ayres-Brown.

Second place finishers were Chance Masloff in the 1600 and 1000; Abby Zimmerman in the triple jump; Katrina in the hurdles; Caroline Outlaw in the 500; Madison Masloff in the pole vault and the 4×400 relay team of Caroline, Zoe, Chance and Madison.  Third place finishers were Caroline Outlaw in the hurdes; Emma Ratcliffe in the 1600; Nichole Heon in the 300 and long jump and Katrina in the pole vault.  Madison Masloff finished fourth in the 300 and Jess Meeks was fourth in the pole vault.  5th place finishers were Zoe Clay in the 1000, Sarah Titus in the 3200, Jess Meeks in long jump and Caroline Outlaw in the high jump.  6th place finishers were Abby Zimmerman in the long jump and Faith Reid in the 1000.

You can check out more info on the girls team at their site.

Boys Team

The Boys Track and Field team finished second in the Conference 29 Championship! The team’s conference champions consisted of Gannon Willcutts in the 1600M, Trevor Stutzman in the 3200M, and the boys 4 x 800 M relay of Aaron Cole, Matthew Capshaw, Will Koaster, and Ethan Sewell.

The team had silver medalists of Caleb Rider in the pole vault, and 55M hurdles, Trevor Stutzman in the 1600 m, and Gannon Willcutts in the 1000 m. The team also had bronze medalists of Jack Ehlenberger in the 1600 m, and the 3200 m, Blake Tolman in the pole vault, and the 4 x 400 relay of Ethan Sewell, Matthew Capshaw, Aaron Cole, and Gannon Willcutts.

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