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April 16, 2013

McKinney North, Lucas Lovejoy take track titles

ROYSE CITY —   McKinney North and Lucas Lovejoy claimed the team titles on Friday night at the District 13-4A track and field championships.

  McKinney North swept all three relays to capture the boys team title with 206 points. Lucas Lovejoy was second with 87 points, followed by Wylie (79 1/2), Royse City (74), Sherman (73), Wylie East (47), Greenville (45 1/2) and Denison (8).

  Lucas Lovejoy nipped McKinney North 125-123 to captured the girls team title. Wylie was third with 121 points, followed by Wylie East (81), 5. Sherman (75), 6. Royse City (42). 7. Greenville (34), and Denison (18).

  The top four finishers in each event will advance to the area meet on Thursday, also at the Royse City ISD Stadium. The top two finishers from that meet will head to the University Interscholastic League state track and field championships in Austin on May 10.

          District 13-4A

 Track and Field Championships


   Royse City ISD Stadium


  Team standings — 1. McKinney North 206, 2. Lucas Lovejoy 87, 3. Wylie 79 1/2, 4. Royse City 74, 5. Sherman 73, 6. Wylie East 47, 7. Greenville 45 1/2, 8. Denison 8.

  4x100-meter relay — 1. McKinney North (Julien Deboskie, Marcus Nobles, Tyler Files, Wendel Allgood), 42.90; 2. Sherman, 43.12; 3. Wylie, 43.63; 4. Royse City, 44.41; 5. Lucas Lovejoy, 44.43; 6. Denison, 44.49.

  800-meter run — 1. Ulisses Lopez, Royse City, 1:58.36; 2. John Molera, McKinney North, 2:00.50; 3. Marc Bresnahan, McKinney North, 2:00.80; 4. Connor Hudson, Greenville, 2:02.78; 5. Carson Gause, Wylie, 2:03.06; 6. Arjun Srivastava, Lucas Lovejoy, 2:03.64.

  110-meter hurdles — 1. Victor Fincher, McKinney North, 14.77; 2. Alex Pina-Rhoden, Wylie, 15.11; 3. Zack Saffle, Lucas Lovejoy, 15.54; 4. Stephen Wilder, McKinney North, 15.63; 5. Grayson Williams, Lucas Lovejoy, 15.75; 6. Chase Watkins, McKnney North, 16.28.

  100-meter dash — 1. Jordan Hume, Sherman, 11.33; 2. Romello Keck, Wylie, 11.36; 3. Tyler Files, McKinney North, 11.43; 4. Jordan Henry, Sherman, 11.45; 5. Quan Jones, Wylie East, 11.51; 6. Trey Mask, Sherman, 11.57.

  4x200-meter relay — 1. McKinney North (Chauncey Cooper, Marcus Nobles, Wendel Allgood, Evan Jones), 1:29.17; 2. Wylie East, 1:29.74; 3. Sherman, 1:30.88; 4. Lucas Lovejoy, 1:32.86; 5. Royse City, 1:32.99; 6. Wylie, 1:33.99.

  400-meter dash — 1. Alex Wesley, Wylie, 49.73; 2. Marc Bresnahan, McKinney North, 50.68; 3. Austin Kruzich, Lucas Lovejoy, 51.65; 4. Erick Quiroz, Greenville, 52.04; 5. Devin Tucker, Royse City, 52.50; 6. Hakeem Norman, Wylie East, 52.66.

  300-meter hurdles — 1. Stephen Wilder, McKinney North, 40.17; 2. Grayson Williams, Lucas Lovejoy, 40.84; 3. Victor Fincher, McKinney North, 41.11; 4. J.T. Luper, Sherman, 41.34; 5. Jaquay Pough, Sherman, 41.56; 6. Chase Watkins, McKinney North, 42.67.

  200-meter dash — 1. Wendel Allgood, McKinney North, 22.35; 2. Kairon McKinney, Sherman, 22.62; 3. Chauncey Cooper, McKinney North, 22.94; 5. Evan Jones, McKinney North, 22.98; 6. Erick Quiroz, Greenville, 23.36.

  1600-meter run — 1. Kendall Joiner, Lucas Lovejoy, 4:31.44; 2. Grant Buley, Wylie East, 4:31.86; 3. James Kalaj, Wylie, 4:34.62; 4. John Molera, McKinney North, 4:36.00; 5. Abubeker Mohammed, Wylie, 4:36.62; 6. Mike Jones, Lucas Lovejoy, 4:40.85.

  4x400-meter relay — 1. McKinney North (Marc Bresnahan, Julien Deboskie, Luis Orozco, Evan Jones), 3:27.26; 2. Royse City, 3:27.74; 3. Lucas Lovejoy, 3:28.60; 4. Wylie East, 3:33.33; 5. Greenville, 3:33.46; 6. Wylie, 3:38.57.

  Triple jump — 1. Tre Hayes, Royse City, 43-3 1/2; 2. Jaquary Pough, Sherman, 42-1; 3. J.T. Luper, Sherman, 41-8; 4. Bosah Agolua, Wylie, 41-4; 5. James Triplett, McKinney North, 40-5 1/2; 6. Wendel Allgood, McKinney North, 39-7.

  Shot put — 1. James Brown, Royse City, 48-11 3/4; 2. Hunter Smith, Greenville, 48-3 1/4; 3. Uche Ugwunze, McKinney North, 48-0; 4. Austin Horton, McKinney North, 45-2 1/2; 5. Josh Heath, Denison, 44-0; 6. Christian Hunt, Sherman, 43-5 1/4.

  Pole vault — 1. Kasey Fagin, Lucas Lovejoy, 12-0; 2. Luke Nicklas, Lucas Lovejoy, 11-6; 3. Michael Weisser, Wylie, 11-6; 4. Tanner Axtens, Royse City, 1l1-6; 5. Alex Chapa, McKinney North, 10-6; 6. Shane Kleynhans, McKinney North, 10-0.

  Long jump — 1. Carandall Hale, Greenville, 21-4 1/2; 2. James Triplett, McKinney North, 21-2 1/4; 3. Wendel Allgood, McKinney North, 21-1 3/4; 4. William Tomlinson, Denison, 20-9 1/2; 5. Marcell Ateman, Wylie East, 20-8 3/4; 6. Greg Jay, Sherman, 20-2 1/4.

  High jump — 1. Eric Ford, McKinney North, 6-2; 2. Cameron Knight, Lucas Lovejoy, 6-0; 3. Deonte Reed, Royse City; Tre Hayes, Royse City, 5-10; 5. Jerry Dickeson, Greenville; Karmel Joseph, Wylie, 5-10.

  Discus — 1. Uche Ugwunze, McKinney North, 150-9; 2. Jon Ford, McKinney North, 145-2; 3. Austin Horton, McKinney North, 130-7; 4. Austin Cooper, Greenville, 129-5; 5. Castin Nuemeyer, Wylie, 127-10; 6. Hunter Smith, Greenville, 126-8.

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