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Lady Bulldog track team runs by Manning, McBee

Posted: April 26, 2018 9:59 a.m.
Updated: April 27, 2018 1:00 a.m.

The Camden girls’ track team closed it home season with a first place finish.

The Lady Bulldogs scored 83 points to hold off Manning and McBee, who had 72 and eight points, respectively. The CHS boys finished third behind Manning (72) and McBee (52) with 48 points.

In the girls’ triple jump, Camden’s Heather Woolard jumped her way to a first place finish with a personal best leap of 35 feet. Teammate Katelyn Stevens also jumped a personal best with a jump of 30 feet, which was good enough for a third place finish. Woolard came in second in the long jump, traveling 16-6 for another personal best. Jumper Kaylie Mason also reached her personal best in the long jump with a jump of 12-8.  In the high jump, ZyAja Cook tied for first place clearin g the bar at 4-4 while thrower Kiana Doby reached her personal best in both the shot put and the discus with throws of 21-6 and 56-3, respectively.

In the track events, Staci Sumpter came in second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.4, with teammate Nyla Jackson coming in third at 12.84.  Sumpter finished up the 200-meter dash in a time of 26.87, which was good for first place. Coming in second for Camden in the 400-meter run was Karleigh Vaughn in a time of 1:06, with teammate Shayliyah Martin (1:13) third. In the 800-meter run, Heather Woolard (2:45) brought home a first place finish and McKenzie Taylor’s time of 3:03 was good for third. The Lady Bulldogs’ distance team swept both the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs. Julia Keen, Megan Goodrich, and Eleni Patoulas were good for a one, two, three finish in both events.

Imani Wyatt won both the 100-meter (17.66) and the 400-meter hurdles (1:12). Stevens finished third in both hurdle races with times of 18.82 and 1:26. 

The 4 x 100 relay team, made up of Sumpter, Heather Woolard, Vaughn and Jackson, came in second place with a time of 54 seconds. The 4 x 800 squad, with members Keen, Taylor, Goodrich and Patoulas running a leg each, completed their race in second in a time of 12:39.

In the boys’ meet, Camden’s Chris Titus won the pole vault as he cleared the bar at 8-5. Thrower Derrick Leonard came in second in shot put with a personal best throw of 38-4 while Nathan Gallman reached a personal best in the shot put with his throw of 37-9, which was good for third place. Joseph Byrnes also had a personal best in triple jump by going 34-11.

In the track events, Shymeik Corbett won the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.9.  Corbett was second in the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.52. ZaeQwan Norris brought home a second place in the 400-meter race with a time of 54.96.  In the 800 meters, Caden Ralph was second with a time of 2:20.  The Bulldogs’ distance team brought home first and second place in both the 1,600- and 3,200-meter events. Senior Garrett Lawson led the boys in the 1,600 with a time of 4:56, followed by teammate Sam Messinides (5:13). Lawson doubled, winning the 3,200-meter run in a time of 11:06, with Messinides (11:07) finishing behind in a close second.  

The 4 x 400 team of Xavier Downing, Devin Engram, Landon Goodwin, and Norris, came in third place at 4:09 while the 4 x 800 quartet of Lawson, Messinides, Pavlos Patuolas and Ralph, came home first in 9:12. 


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