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April 29, 2014

Local athletes advance to state in track and field


GREENVILLE —         Region II-3A meet




  Long jump — 4. Grant Russell, Emory Rains, 22-2 1/2.

  Triple jump — 2. *Grant Russell, Emory Rains, 46-2 1/4.


  3200-meter run — 6. Hannah Dickens, Emory Rains, 12:18.28.

  400-meter dash — 3. Keely Morrow, Nevada Community, 59.57.

  800-meter run — 1. *Keely Morrow, Nevada Community, 2:20.97.

  100-meter hurdles — 5. Hannah Harris, Emory Rains, 15.73.

  4x400-meter relay — 5. Emory Rains, 4:07.20.

  Pole vault — 2. *Charlotte Brown, Emory Rains, 11-3; 5. Kristin Brough, Emory Rains, 10-6.

         Region III-2A meet




  800-meter dash — 2. *Trevor Hemphill, Lone Oak, 1:59.21; 5. Josiah Dennis, Commerce, 2:04.72.

  400-meter dash — 1. *D’Lance Sharp, Commerce, 49.68.

  200-meter dash — 5. D’Lance Sharp, Commerce, 22.87; 6. Trent Sikes, Lone Oak, 23.26.

  1600-meter run — 6. Nate Campbell, Lone Oak, 4:58.80.


  3200-meter run — 2. *Hanah Nichol, Lone Oak, 12:39.06.

  1600-meter run — 4. Hanah Nichol, Lone Oak, 5:53.64.

      Region II-2A meet




  100-meter dash — 5. Andrew Simons, Farmersville, 11.01.

  800-meter dash — 3. Keaton Jones, Caddo Mills, 2:04.06.

  4x200-meter relay — 6. Leonard, 1:32.12.

  300-meter hurdles — 5. Erik Richards, Caddo Mills, 41.58.


  3200-meter run — 6. Lauren Laisure, Farmersville, 12:09.21.

  4x100-meter relay — 5. Farmersville, 50.37.

  400-meter run — 3. *J’Kaylee Clark, Farmersville, 58.79.

  1600-meter run — 4. Chelsea Brockus, Leonard, 5:38.11; 5. Lauren Laisure, Farmersville, 5:40.07.

  Long jump — 1. *Brittyn Rushing, Leonard, 17-8.

  High jump — 3. *Hailey Nelson, Farmersville, 5-5; 4. Brittyn Rushing, Leonard, 5-2.

  Pole vault — 2. *Chloe Wall, Farmersville, 11-3.

  Triple jump — 2. *Karlee Young, Farmersville, 36-3/4.

     Region II-A Division I meet




  100-meter dash — 5. Malik Gaffney, Wolfe City, 11.18.

  Long jump — 3. Cameron Walker, Boles, 21-7 3/4.

  Triple jump — 5. Cameron Walker, Boles, 42-10 1/4.


  100-meter dash — 3. Kenya Smith, Wolfe City, 12.76.

  200-meter dash — 6. Jalisa Phillips, Celeste, 27.23.

  3200-meter run — 6. Gail Wardrip, Bland, 13:12.34.

  High jump — 1. *Kenya Smith, Wolfe City, 5-5.

  Long jump — 2. *Kenya Smith, Wolfe City, 17-6; 5. Sarah Myers, Celeste, 16-3 1/4.

      Region III-A Division II meet




  200-meter dash — 3. Stephen Lock, Fannindel, 22.92.

  4x100-meter relay — 4. Fannindel, 45.73.

  Long jump — 5. Stephen Lock, Fannindel, 20-2.


  3200-meter run — 5. Jordan Davidson, Campbell, 13:43.19.

*State qualifiers


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