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JV EIAC Results

Junior Varsity Track and Field – South Dearborn HS

No Team Scores

Complete meet results provided by Greg Stuart of Stuart Road Racing.

Meet comments from Connersville coach Jeff Cooley: The Spartan boys and girls JV track and field teams competed in the EIAC JV conference meet Saturday. Top finishers were Trevor Hux 7th in the 800. Baylee Schnieder 6th in the 800
and 2nd in the 1600. Austin Wenta 6th in the 3200. Sean Brown 8th in the 3200.  Keaton Oakley 7th in the 110 hurdles. Austin Lancaster 5th in the discus. Dustin McCarroll 6th in the discus. Gage Brown was 6th in the high jump. Brayden Jones 5th in the pole vault. There was no team score kept for this meet. This ends the season for the JV teams.

Meet results from Rushville Boys’ coach James Marlatt: The Rushville boys reserve track team traveled to South Dearborn on Saturday morning to compete in the EIAC Reserve meet. This meet is a great opportunity for reserve athletes to compete in a large meet environment. Anyone who did not score in the Varsity EIAC meet was eligible to compete. The Lion reserves competed well and finished with a number of season-best performances.

The 4×800 team of Guy Herrington, Sam Sterrett, Heath Barada, and Keith Bacon finished in 3rd place with a time of 9:36. Kanyon Keith placed 4th in the 110m hurdles with a time of 19.98. Colton Griffith and Josiah Hay scored in the 100 finishing 3rd and 7th with times of 12.34 and 12.52. Carter Payne, Max Disney, Hayden Miller, and AJ Johnson also ran well in the event. Caleb Krodel, Herrington, and Sterrett placed, 2nd, 5th, and 6th in the 1600 with times of 5:15, 5:23, and 5:25.

The 4×100 team of J.Hay, Disney, Payne, and Griffith took 1st place with a time of 48.01. Kavan Hay set a season-best in the 400 finishing 17th with a time of 1:05. Keith took 6th overall in the 300 hurdles with a time of 50.9. In the 800, Bacon, Adrian Meza, Barada, and Herrington finished 8th, 10th, 14th, and 15th with times of 2:26, 2:29, 2:32, and 2:34. J.Hay finished 3rd in the 200 with a time of 25.35 with Griffith and Miller also competing in the event. Krodel and Sterrett finished 2nd and 5th in the 3200 with times of 11:22 and 11:49 (season best) with Meza, Nick Amos, and H.Miller all running season-best times in the event. The 4×400 team of Braiden Hunter, Meza, Barada, and Bacon finished 7th with a time of 4:13.

In the field events, Nick Bowling finished 2nd in the pole vault clearing 9’6″. Hunter finished in a tie for 5th place clearing 7’0″ and AJ Johnson tied his season-best by clearing 6’0″. Bowling tied his season best in the high jump clearing 5’4″ to finish 4th. Joe Sheehan finished 3rd in the discus with a distance of 102’10” with Amos, Cody Smith, and H. Miller also competing. Sheehan also placed 5th in the shot put with a season-best distance of 35’10” with Cody Smith, Payne, Johnson, and Amos also throwing well in the event. In the long jump, Griffith finished in 5th place with a distance of 16’4″ with J.Hay, Payne, Bowling, Hunter, and Amos also jumping well.

“Today was a very enjoyable meet for everyone. The reserve guys had the opportunity to compete in a big meet and were able to compete very well. Today was the last time that they will have the opportunity to compete this season, so it was nice to see everyone do very well and end the season on a high note. These guys have put in the work just like the varsity athletes and many of them are going to play a huge role next year on the varsity team. I am very pleased with the younger runners that have developed this season and will be ready to contribute in a big way next season.”

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