Track and Field


Posted On: May 19, 2013 Posted By: Michael Stevens


At the KHSAA Class 3A State Track Meet on the campus of the University of Louisville at Owsley Frazier Cardinal Park, both the girls and boys team sent a number of qualifiers down to compete with the best the state of Kentucky had to offer. Members of both squads turned in great performances in the last track meet of the year and a few new school records, as well as personal records were set. The results of the day for the girls who qualified were:

  • The 4×800 relay of Alex Gregory, Mackenzie Cave, Abby Vandergriff, and Jennah Flairty turned in their best performance of the year with a time of 10:12.76 placing them 19th
  • In the 100 meter hurdles, Brooke Buckler placed 6th with a time of 15.90 and Becca Cline ran her best time of the year with a 15.97 which earned her a  7th  place finish
  • Jennah Flairty set a new school record in the 1600 meter run with a time of 5:19.23 on her way to a 6th place finish in the event
  • In the 300 meter hurdles, Becca Cline ran a season best 46.87 in finishing 4th in the event, while Brooke Buckler ran a fast time of 47.23 which earned her a 6th  place finish
  • Jennah Flairty finished 19th in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:28.54
  • The 4×400 relay of Becca Cline, Alex Gregory, Abby Vandergriff, and Brooke Buckler ran a time of 4:17.52 while finishing in 19th  place
  • In the girls pole vault, Angela Lauer finished in 9th with a height of 8-06.00 and Kristen Spahr finished in a tie for 18th place with a height of 7-06.00

The results of the day for the boys who qualified were:

  • Jake Zabonick ran a time of 11.45 in finishing 22nd in the 100 meter dash
  • The 4×100 relay of Roosevelt Obison, Grant Mahoney, Devon Strange, and Jake Zabonick broke their own school-record again by finishing in a time of 43.87 which placed them 12th in the event
  • Grant Mahoney placed 6th in the 400 meter dash with a time of 50.10
  • Mohammed Bayaari ran his fastest time of the year in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 42.92 which earned him an 18th place finish
  • In the 200 meter dash, Grant Mahoney finished in 23.47 good enough for a 20th place finish
  • The 4×400 relay of Devon Strange, Tim Weimer, Mohammed Bayaari, and Grant Mahoney ran their best time of the year, 3:33.89, finishing in 16th place
  • Will Seiter earned a 13th place finish in the pole vault with a jump of 10-06.00

Big congratulations goes out to all the Camels’ athletes who qualified and competed at the State meet this weekend in Louisville, as well as the rest of the members of both teams for a great and successful season!

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