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Track champs

Little in pole vault, Winterton repeats in 300 hurdles


Ronan Little and Janelle Winterton were crowned State Champions at the meet held at Western Heights last weekend.

Little won the pole vault with a 14’6” effort and Winterton won the 300 hurdles in 45.46.

Winterton repeated as the State Champion in the 300 hurdles winning last year in 46.35.

Little was the State Runners-up in the pole vault in 2021 with a 14’ vault.

Winterton finished second last weekend in the 100 meters with a time of 12.48.

She was also second in the long jump with a leap of 16’9”.

Washington boys track coach Brad Beller reported the Warriors finished sixth out of 38 teams in the State Track Meet last weekend.

The Warriors were led by Luke Hendrix who finished second in the 200 in 22.21.

Kobe Scott finished second in the high jump with a 6’2” effort.

Washington’s 400 meter relay team of Hendrix, Scott, Cole Scott and Brayden Arthur finished third in 43.17.

The 3200 meter relay foursome of Grayson Mitchell, Grant Hager, Travis Bolling and Cole Beller was fourth in 8:31.77.

That same group finished eighth in the 1600 meter relay.

Bayler Haynes finished eighth in the discus.

For the girls, The Warriors finished 14th as a team.

Rielyn Scheffe was the top Warrior with a third place effort in the 300 hurdles in 46.90, which is a new school record.

Tinley Lucas was 11th in 51.16

Scheffe was fourth in the 100 in 16.26 while Lucas was  fifth in 16.41.

Mattie Richardson finished 9th in the 100 in 13.29.

Lily Hageman was 12th in the 200 with a time of 27.80.

Brenna Lindert was 9th in the 400 in 1:02.76.

Emjay Lucas finished seventh in the shot with a 33’1/4” toss while Kaytin McKay was 15th with a 31’4 3/4” effort.

Emjay Lucas was 9th in the  discus with a 99’ effort.

Ellie Loveless finished ninth in the long jump with a leap of 15’4”.

Washington’s 400 relay  was 14th in 1:03.53. The foursome included Hageman, Tinley Lucas,  Loveless and Richardson.

The 800 relay foursome of Hegeman, Loveless, Madison Myers and Richardson was sixth in 1:48.90.

The 1600 meter relay quartet of Scheffe, Delia Snow, Hegeman and Lindert was 12th in 4:27.37.

Also competing for Lexington were Blake Dunaway, who finished finished 12th in th discus with a throw of 118’ 7”.

Meagan Smith competed in her first State Meet as a freshman in the 800 m and finished with a time of 2:38.82.


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