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March 18, 2014

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• Southeast swept boys and girls competition in a four-team meet at home.

The Raiders won with 104 points, followed by Gordon Lee (69), Calhoun (43) and Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe (22). The Lady Raiders (79) were followed by LFO (64), Gordon Lee (47) and Calhoun (34).

Claiming two individual event victories for Southeast’s boys were Luis Perez (1,600-meter run, 4 minutes, 45 seconds; 800, 2:10) and Will Swantic (200, 23.46; 100, 11.41).

Other individual winners for Southeast were Matt Cloer (shot put, 40-0), Martin Nuñez (discus, 115-5) and David McCurry (110 hurdles, 18.22). The 4x400 relay team of Johnston, Chaz Payne, Perez and Swantic won in 4:00.

For the Lady Raiders, Sarah Sullivan won the 1,600 (5:58) and 800 (2:39), while other individual event winners were Tori Brock (400, 1:07.32), Ana Padilla (3,200, 13:52) and Anissa Sosebee (110 hurdles, 16.54). The 4x400 relay team of Brock, Lily John-son, Angie Purkey and Sullivan won in 4:44.

• Dalton hosted a four-team meet versus Northwest, Gilmer and Ridgeland, with Dalton’s boys and Northwest’s girls winning.

The Cats (89) were followed by Ridge-land (59), Northwest (52) and Gilmer (34). The Lady Bruins (92) were followed by Dalton (86), Gilmer (40) and Ridgeland (21).

In the boys meet, Dalton’s individual event winners were Zek Cobb (high jump, 5-9), Hayden Gross (shot put, 47-6), Colton Fromm (400, 54.20), Francisco Perez (3,200; 10:32), Kelvis Rhodes (long jump, 19-4) and Chase White (triple jump, 39-8).

Northwest’s Dylan Richards won the 800 in 2:12 and the 1,600 in 4:59, while the 4x400 relay team of Jagger Hughes, Justin Palmer, Richards and Mason Shepard won in 3:48.

In the girls meet, Northwest’s McKinley Hopkins was a triple winner — she took the triple jump in 32-10, the 100 hurdles in 16.04 and the 300 hurdles in 49.32 — while Jen Rivera won the 800 (2:44) and the 1,600 (6:02). Other individual winners were Analeigh Hopkins (pole vault, 7-6) and Macy Weeks (long jump, 15-9).

Dalton’s Adrianna Bryant took the high jump in (4-8) and the 100 in 12.95, while other individual winners for the Lady Cats were Natalie Ramos (shot put, 30-11) Anna Ruiz (200, 28.73) and Araceli Torres (84-4). The 4x100 relay team of Bryant, Haley Ledford, Ruiz and Gabby Wright won in 53.32.

• Coahulla Creek swept a head-to-head meet at LaFayette.

Coahulla Creek’s girls earned 75 points to LaFayette’s 59, while Coahulla Creek’s boys had 105 points to LaFayette’s 31.

For Coahulla Creek’s boys Timmy Hooper won the 800 in 2:08 and the 1,600 in 4:14. Other individual winners for the Colts were Jacob Brooks (400, 1:02), Aaron Croom (100, 11.4), Josue Dominguez (200, 24.04), Tyler Ferguson (triple jump, 37-1), Josh Foxx (high jump, 5-8), Will Ledford (300 hurdles, 49.4), Christian Michaglo (110 hurdles, 18.4),; Marcus Thomas (shot put, 36-9) and Tyler Warnix (discus, 88-11).

The 4x100 relay team of Cody Baker, Croom, Dominguez and Foxx won in 47.58), while the 4x400 relay team — its members names were not reported — won in 3:53.

For Coahulla Creek’s girls, Ashton Patterson won the discus (82-0) and the shot put (30-0).

The Lady Colts’ other individual winners were Evelyn Botello (1,600, 6:10), Taylor Graham (200, 26.14) and Madeleine Kalafut (400, time unreported). The 4x100 relay team of Hailey Gilbert, Graham, Kalafut and Kennedy Pippen won in 1:02.

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