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April 16, 2013

McKinney North, Lucas Lovejoy take track titles

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ROYSE CITY —        VARSITY GIRLS

  Team standings — 1. Lucas Lovejoy 125, 2. McKinney North 123, 3. Wylie 121, 4. Wylie East 81, 5. Sherman 75, 6. Royse City 42. 7. Greenville 34, 8. Denison 18.

  4x100-meter relay — 1. Wylie East (Kyle Nodorft, E’Lexus Garvin, Macie Lee, Amira Coleman), 48.41; 2. Sherman, 50.30; 3. Wylie, 50.37; 4. McKinney North, 50.48; 5. Royse City, 50.52; 6. Denison, 51.29.

  800-meter run — 1. Sarah Scott, Wylie East, 2:23.48; 2. Riley Goodell, Lucas Lovejoy, 2:28.63; 3. Mawardi Berkhadley, McKinney North, 2:30.75; 4. Bethany Burrows, Wylie, 2:35.49; 5. Marina Gonzalez, Royse City, 2:30.82; 6. Leslie Davis, McKinney North, 2:36.58.

  100-meter hurdles — 1. Jayzhia Softly, Sherman, 15.25; 2. Lauren Sturm, Lucas Lovejoy, 15.42; 3. Ashley Bassett, Lucas Lovejoy, 15.43; 4. Andrea Nwachukwu, Wylie, 16.41; 5. Ashley Otah, Wylie, 16.68; 6. Rebecca Petty, Sherman, 17.11.

  100-meter dash — 1. E’Lexus Garvin, Wylie East, 12.51; 2. Ambra Wesley, Wylie, 12.61; 3. Kylie Nodorft, Wylie East, 12.84; 4. Taylor Bradley, Wylie East, 12.98; 5. Elcherri Neal, Greenville, 13.07; 6. Brittney Sinema-Tisdale, Royse City, 13.15.

  4x200-meter relay — 1. Wylie East (E’Lexus Garvin, Amira Coleman, Kylie Nodorft, Taylor Bradley), 1:43.56; 2. Wylie, 1:47.24; 3. Sherman, 1:47.27; 4. Royse City, 1:47.85; 5. Denison, 1:49.78; 6. Greenville, 1:50.20.

  400-meter dash — 1. Ambra Wesley, Wylie, 56.79; 2. Danielle Coleman, McKinney North, 57.97; 3. Shani Rainey, Lucas Lovejoy, 1:00.07; 4. Michaela Brantley, McKinney North, 1:01.54; 5. Mawardi Berkhadley, McKinney North, 1:01.72; 6. Riley Goodell, Lucas Lovejoy, 1:03.09.

  300-meter hurdles — 1. Ashley Bassett, Lucas Lovejoy, 44.56; 2. Tayana Fincher, McKinney North, 47.33; 3. Jayzhia Softly, Sherman, 47.38; 4. Rebecca Petty, Sherman, 47.99; 5. Markela Jennings, Wylie, 48.06; 6. Brooke Jefferson, Wylie, 49.32.

  200-meter dash — 1. Ambra Wesley, Wylie, 25.65; 2. Danielle Coleman, McKiney North, 25.74; 3. Saliesha Hunte, Sherman, 25.75; 4. Britney Smith, Greenville, 26.25; 5. Macie Lee, Wylie East, 26.31; 6. Amira Coleman, Wylie East, 26.48.

  1600-meter run — 1. Katie Ruhala, Lucas Lovejoy, 4:09.63; 2. Sarah Scott, Wylie Eat, 4:22.50; 3. Abby Tedford, Lucas Lovejoy, 5:29.76; 4. Mya Hudgins, Greenville, 5:30.66; 5. Leslie Davis, McKinney North, 5:36.46; 6. Chloe Tedder, Lucas Lovejoy, 5:37.36.

  4x400-meter relay — 1. McKinney North (Danielle Coleman, Mawardi Berkhadley, Michaela Brantley, Grace Norton), 4:02.14; 2. Lucas Lovejoy, 4:10.68; 3. Wylie, 4:16.54; 4. Deniso, 4:18.99; 5. Royse City, 4:20.27; 6. Sherman, 4:46.56.

  Triple jump — 1. Andrea Nwachunkwu, Wylie, 36-9; 2. Ashley Otah, Wylie, 35-2 1/2; 3. Shanie Rainey, Lucas Lovejoy, 34-6 3/4; 4. Shaliesha Hunter, Sherman, 34-2 1/4; 5. Haley Waldron, Royse City, 33-8; 6. Krystal Pickron, Royse City, 32-10.

  Shot put — 1. Ijema Ugwunze, McKinney North, 40-8 1/2; 2. Ashley Crockett, Sherman, 36-1/4; 3. Katrina Njiki, Wylie, 34-10 3/4; 4. Lucy Tweedie, Lucas Lovejoy, 34-10; 5. Savannah Himes, Greenville, 33-7 1/2; 6. Mackenzie Cooper, Greenville, 33-4 1/2.

  Pole vault — 1. Lauren Sturm, Lucas Lovejoy, 8-6; 2. Brooke Sauls, McKinney North; Jennifer Garland, 8-0; 4. Olivia Ricks, McKinney North; Averii Dyer, Royse City, 7-6.

  Long jump — 1. Krystal Pickron, Royse City, 17-2; 2. Tearose Hudson, Wylie, 16-11; 3. Nkeche Amadi, Wylie, 16-5; 4. Ashley Bassett, Lucas Lovejoy, 15-10 1/4; 5. Britney Smith, Greenville, 15-6; 6. Emily Greim, McKinney North, 14-11 1/2.

  High jump — 1. Kennaday Allen, McKinney North, 5-4; 2. Jayzhia Softly, Sherman; Mawardi Berkhadley, McKinney North, 5-2; 4. Savannah Whitworth, Wylie; Alexis Klaiber, McKinney North; Leonie Tils, Lucas Lovejoy, 5-0.

  Pole vault — 1. Lauren Sturm, Lucas Lovejoy, 8-6; 2. Brooke Sauls; Jennifer Garland, Royse City, 8-0; 4. Olivia Ricks, McKinney North; Averii Dyer, Royse City, 7-6.

  Long jump — 1. Krystal Pickron, Royse City, 17-2; 2. Tearose Hudson, Wylie, 16-11; 3. Nkeche Amadi, Wylie, 16-5; 4. Ashley Bassett, Lucas Lovejoy, 15-10 1/4; 5. Britney Smith, Greenville, 15-6; 6. Emily Greim, McKinney North, 14-11 1/2.

  Discus — 1. Ijeoma Ugwunze, McKinney North, 120-3; 2. Lucy Tweedie, Lucas Lovejoy, 106-3; 3. Mackenzie Cooper, Greenville, 103-11; 4. Sasia Dunlap, Denison, 98-7; 5. Elizabeth Rutherford, Greenville, 97-7; 6. Savannah Himes, Greenville, 93-1.

 

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