Track Does Well At Home Meet

Brittany Slick
Staff Writer

Kayhi Boys Track dominated their home meet this weekend with 145 points–44 points ahead of the next best team. Though 12 of the 17 events were races on the red, the boys showed their domination in the five strength and jumping events. Upperclassmen Brendan Wong, Justice Yoder, and Joey Rhoads took the top three places in shot put, contributing huge points in the Kings’ win. The girls took fourth place overall with relays as their highest placing events. Freshman Rachel Knight was the only Kayhi girl to place in any individual event, taking second in the 400m.

Brendan Wong shotput- 1st
Justice Yoder shotput- 2nd
Nolan Meyer triple jump- 2nd
Joey Rhoads discus- 2nd
Trevor Holt triple jump- 3rd
Brendan Wong discus- 3rd
Joey Rhoads shotput- 3rd
Kadin Hodges 200- 2nd
4×200 relay- Trevor Holt, Gabe Cruz, Lester Credito, Cole Caparas- 2nd
4×400 relay- Paul Almendinger, John Barron, Jeffrey Lambert, Ivers Credito- 2nd
4×100 relay- Germin Pasion, Christopher Carlson, Riley Deal, John Rodriguez-Bernardo- 3rd
4×800- Paul Almendinger Jon Barron, Jeffery Lambert, Nate Eisenhower- 3rd

Rachel Knight 400m- 2nd
4×100 relay- Rachel Knight, Rosie Kascenas, Madison Rose, Carlee Zartman- 3rd
4×800 relay- Ashley Cyr, Morgan Elerding, Keri Thomas, Kendall Kamm- 3rd


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