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Franklin County boys win tri meet

The following is an unedited varsity boys track report from Rushville coach Jim Marlatt.  We thank him for the report.

The Rushville boys track team traveled to Brookville on Tuesday evening to compete in a three team meet with Franklin County and East Central. The three EIAC rivals battled in a tightly contest all the way to the end. The host Wildcats emerged with a narrow victory over the Lions and Trojans. Franklin County won the meet with a score of 61, followed by Rushville-57, and East Central-49.

The Rushville pole vaulters were strong with Keith Hallgarth and Nick Wethington finishing 1st and 2nd clearing heights of 12’0″ and 11’6″ and John King and Nick Bowling clearing season best heights in the event. Trevor Valentine and Ira Griffith took 2nd and 4th in the long jump with distances of 19’7.75″ and 19’1″ respectively with Austen Gerrian, Hunter Norris, Josiah Hay, Adam Bousman, and Nick Wethington also competing. Trey Cain cleared a season best 5’8″ in the high jump to finish in 4th place overall. Kohl Mann threw a season best of 41’7.5″ in the shot put to finish 2nd with Leland Joya, David Walker, and Nick Culley also competing. Griffith and Mann finished 2nd and 3rd in the discus with throws of 117’0″ and 104’10” respectively. Joya, Walker, Culley, and Nick Amos also threw well in the event.

On the track, the 4×800 team of Isaac Chastain, Ethan Chastain, Michael Slaton, and Andrew Miller finished 1st with a season best time of 8:38. Teams of Jacob Kirchoff, Nick Innis, Keith Bacon, Adam Bousman and Nick Neuman, Heath Barada, Adrian Meza, and John King finished 4th and 7th respectively. Hallgarth, Gerrian, and Connor Hay finished 4th, 5th, and 6th in the 110m hurdles with times of 16.75, 18.58, and 22.03 with Kanyon Keith also competing. Valentine and Cain took 3rd and 4th in the 100 with times of 11.62 and 11.63. Zack Wood, Joshua Sheets, Guy Herrington, Norris, Bowling, and J. Hay also ran well in the event. Miller and Innis scored in the 1600 finishing 2nd and 4th with times of 4:48 and 5:10 with Sam Sterrett (season best), Cole Dixon (season best), and Caleb Krodel running well.

The 4×100 team of Gerrian, Wood, Cain, and Valentine finished 3rd overall with a time of 45.9 with a team of Herrington, Sheets, J. Hay, and Norris also competing well. Griffith was strong in the 400 finishing 1st overall with a time of 54.21 with Bousman and Kirchoff also running in the event. Hallgarth ran a season best in the 300m hurdles to finish 2nd with a time of 43.55 with C. Hay, Gerrian, and Keith finishing 6th, 7th, and 8th respectively. In the 800, I. Chastain and Slaton finished 2nd and 3rd with times of 2:07 and 2:10 with E. Chastain, Bacon, Barada, and Neuman also running well. Valentine and Cain returned to finish 2nd and 3rd in the 200 with times of 23.79 and 23.91. Wood, Sheets, Herrington, Norris, and J. Hay all competed well in the event. Dixon took 3rd in the 3200 with a time of 11:14 with Sterrett, Krodel, and Meza also finishing with strong runs. And the 4×400 team of I. Chastain, Slaton, Griffith, and Miller set a new season best time of 3:36 to finish 2nd overall. Teams of Kirchoff, E. Chastain, Bousman, King and Neuman, Bowling, Bacon, and Barada also ran well in the event.

“Overall tonight was a great learning experience for the guys. It is important to be in a really close meet where every spot in every event is valuable, especially against other Conference teams. The guys will get to see both of these teams again next week at the EIAC meet so it will be important to improve from tonight. I am looking forward to seeing how our guys respond and looking forward to a very close, exciting Conference meet.”

Franklin County and East Central information were not reported.

The girls meet report follows.

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