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Rushville competes at Owl Invitational

Saturday, March 3 at Ball State University

Varsity Track- Owl Invitational hosted by Muncie Burris

The following is an unedited report from Rushville coach Jim Marlatt.

The Rushville boys and girls track teams traveled to Ball State on Saturday to compete in the Owl Invitational indoor meet hosted by Muncie Burris featuring 15 schools. The meet offered an early chance to compete as well as the opportunity to qualify for the Hoosier State Relays. The top 24 heights, times, and distances in each event in 1A-3A schools and 4A-6A schools during the indoor season will have the opportunity to compete at Indiana University on Saturday March 24. The Rushville track teams competed very well and produced some outstanding results.

For the Rushville girls, Maddi Turner had a very strong day with three 1st place finishes. Turner took 1st place in the 60m dash in 8.5 seconds with fellow Lady Lions Summer Stanley, Heather Stanley, Macenzie Cochran, Josie Cudworth, and Raven Bills finishing 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 25th, and 30th in the event. Turner also finished 1st in the 60m Hurdles with a time of 10.15. Natalia Meza ran a career best time in the 3200 finishing 8th overall with a time of 14:28. The girls 4×200 relay team of Turner, S. Stanley, H. Stanley, and Tori Campbell finished 5th with a time of 2:07 while the 4×2 team of Cudworth, Bills, Cochran, and Mackenzie Pratt finished 10th in 2:21. The 4×400 team of Charity Griffith, Katlyn Keim, Turner, and Shannon Dougherty was very strong taking 1st place with a time of 4:30. And the Distance Medley Relay team of Griffith, Keim, Meza, and Dougherty finished 4th overall with a time of 15:06.

In the field events for the girls, Charity Griffith was outstanding in the high jump winning the event by 8 inches and clearing a personal best height of 5’4″. Katlyn Keim was strong in the pole vault clearing 8’6″ finishing 3rd and in the long jump with a distance of 14’11” to finish 2nd overall. In the shot put, Tori Campbell and Isabella Runnebohm finished 7th and 8th overall with distances of 30’7″ and 29’10”. Brittany Kuhn, Leah Kemple, and Jocelyn Geise finished 10th, 11th, and 16th in the event respectively.

“The girls had a number of really excellent performances. The team has the potential to be very strong in many areas. The first competition, especially this early can be very challenging but I liked how the girls competed and for the most part they are in very good shape to begin the season. Overall today was a great start to the season.”

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