- Published on Wednesday, 23 April 2014 15:02
- Written by Super User
Screaming Eagle to host New Hanover County Championships
The 800 Meter Run was the next event on the track and this was equally as fast. In the girls race Jack Britt’s Kate Sanborn won with a time of 2:21, followed by Laney’s Kerry Leonard with a 2:24 27th in NC, South View’s Taylor Delaney was 3rd with a 2:25 37th in NC, and Samantha Schleiker from West Carteret was 4th with a 2:31. Ashley’s Julia Boudrea was 6th Place with a 2:32, teammates Lindsey Williams was 19th 2:43 and Morgan Marraccini was 23rd 2:45. In the boys race a fast pace by the leader’s played into the Eagles hands as Joseph Harty was able to start his kick with 300 Meters to go to take the win with a personal best time of 1:59.13 31st in NC, South View’s Austin Crawford and Michael Staples were 2nd and 3rd with times of 1:59 each, Ashley’s Rylee Smith also had a strong finish moving him from the middle of the pack to the front as he took 4th Place with the 40th fastest time in NC. Teammate David Fletchner went from send to last in this race with 300 Meters to go to take 9th in his heat with a 2:06.92, finishing the last 300 meters in 46 seconds.
The 200 Meter Dash was the next race up. The fastest Girl was Jack Britt’s Alexandria Blount with a 25.47 a new meet record. She was followed by: Alexandria Sprinkle from Terry Sanford 26.04, Denali Hamilton from South View was 3rd 26.25, Ashley High School Destiny Godfrey was 4th 26.31, 5th Liberty Christian’s Rachel Morris, 5th Laney’s Erin Nesselroade 26.56, 7th was South View’s Delnesha Bryant and 8th was Mackenzie Whitaker 26.95. Raven Davis was the other Eagle in the race and finished in 16th 27.68. In the boys 200 Terry Sanford’s Jahmaal Daniel laid down the 4th fastest time in NC at 21.57, Seventy-First’s Carlos Lawernce was 2nd 22.21 21st fastest time in NC, 3rd was Jack Britt’s Virgil Sneed 22.31, 4th was New Bern’s Caleb DeRoche 22.33, 5th Dakota Schaub Pine Forest 23.36, 6th was Jason Dudley West Carteret 22.44, 7th Terry Sanford’s Jawkon Higgins 22.49 and in 8th Place was Terrence Semple II from Seventy-First 22.49. Ashley’s Damien Batts was 16th 23.15 and Andre Stukes was 31st 24.42.
The next Event on the track was the 3,200 Meter Run. In the Ladies race a pack of 6 girls held close through the 1st mile until 4 broke away. In the end Epihany School’s Hannah Russo set a new meet record with a 11:45 49th in NC. 2nd Place was a fight to the line with Hoggard’s Sarah Pellazari edging out Jacksonville’s Haley Schaeffer both with 11:50’s. In 4th Place was Croatan’s Savannah Pugh 11:55, 5th Liberty Christian’s Noel Palmer 12:20, 6th Ashley’s Sarah Silika 12:24, 7th and 8th was a pair of West Carteret Girls Isabelle Baggett 12:27 and Olivia KaChenChai 12:31. Meghan Chinn finished in 26th with a 14:55 and also from Ashley Erica DeSousa was 28th with a 15:00. The Boys race was very fast with West Johnson’s Kyle Christ running away with it smashing a meet record with a time of 9:39 17th in NC, South View’s Titus Grant laid down the 46th fastest time in NC with a 9:55 for 2nd. 3rd Place Michael Carr West Carteret 9:59, 4th Calvin Daughtry 10:19, 5th Antonio Domena Pine Forest 10:28, 6th also Pine Forest Thomas Dunlap also with a 10:28, 7th Place was Alex Nadaud 10:38, and 8th Place was Ashley Daniel Lancaster 10:41. Ashley’s Chris Avery 11:07 in 14th Place, also from Ashley Nash Best 19th 11:15.
The final event on the track was the 4x400 Meter Relay. In the Ladies Race Pine Forest and Jack Britt had a very close finish with Pine Forest edging out Jack Britt 4:05.08 to 4:05.25 10th and 11th in the State of NC, both also broke the meet record. The Lady Eagles team made up of Alyssa Yaw, Destiny Godfrey, Raven Davis and Julia Boudrea set a new school record time of 4:18 to take 3rd Place and give them the 49th fastest time in the State (The previous record stood since 2008). 4th Place was Jacksonville 4:18.31, 5th was South View 4:26.31, 6th Croatan 4:32.42, 7th White Oak 4:33.64 and 8th was North Brunswick 4:36.90. On the boys side Jack Britt laid down the 7th Fastest time in NC with a 3:22.77 to take 1st Place, In 2nd Place was South View’s 3:23.88 9th in NC, 3rd north Brunswick’s time of 3:24.97 is 11th in NC, 4th was West Carteret 3:26.67 22nd in NC, 5th Pine Forest 3:28.95 35th in NC, 6th New Bern 3:31.98, 7th E.E. Smith 3:33.61, and in 8th Place Liberty Christian 3:36.70.
In the Field Events: Girl’s High Jump 1st Place Dee Brown White Oak 5-0, Alyssa Saxon 2nd also 5-0, Lauren Garrick 3rd 4-10, 4th Mackenzie Whitaker West Careret 4-10, 5th Taylor Moncrief Jacksonville 4-8, 6th Aria Rosenstein Croatan 4-8, 7th Elsa Ehlers West Carteret 4-8, and New Hanover’s Charlotte Jones 4-6. In the Boys High Jump Cameron Holdren cleared 6-4 tied 11th in the State, 2nd Place Mykol Branch Laney 6-2, 3rd Eddie Harvey North Brunswick 6-0, 4th Tyquan Davis Heide Trask 6-0, 5th Ontez Small Terry Sanford 5-10 and also 5-10 Romel Ponder Seventy-First, 7th Coleman Terrell Liberty Christian 5-10, and 8th Jordan Tillas also Liberty Christian at 5-10.
In the Girls Pole Vault Sierra Milosh from West Carteret who moved into a tie for 31st in the State and won clearing a height of 9-0. 2nd was Ashley’s Heather Keck also clearing 9-0, 3rd Bailey Bruns White Oak 8-0, 4th Emma Orosz Hoggard 7-0 and West Carteret’s Carolina Painter also 7-0, 6th Gabrielle King Liberty Christian 7-0, and 7th Madison Peele Croatan 6-0. On the Boy’s side Bruce Kopka from Ashley was able to move into 19th Place in the State and win the meet clearing a height of 13-0 on his 1st attempt. 2nd Place and 3rd Place Liberty Christian’s Tyler Newman 13-0 and Lyndon Lewis 11-06, 4th Place Julien Fogel White Oak 10-6, 5th BoDee Hancock North Brunswick 10-6, 6th Brett Parks White Oak 9-6, 7th Luke Abraham 9-0, and 8th Ryan Goodwin Hoggard 9-0.
In Girls Long Jump 1st Jade Jordan 17-03, 2nd Peyton Apel 17-01 Hoggard, 3rd Denali Hamilton South View 16-10, 4th Toya Anding White 16-10, 5th Alexandria Sprinkle Terry Sanford 16-08, 6th Ashley’s Raven Davis 16-05.5, 7th Alexandria Blount 16-05 and 8th Alexis Harris 15-10 both ladies from Jack Britt.
Next Week the final the final Part to this story and County Championship Meet Results.