Sports

March 10, 2013

Feeling much better

Willman out front on road to recovery; Bruins and Lady Bruins win team titles

(Continued)

GIRLS RESULTS

Team scores — Northwest Whitfield 147, Southeast Whitfield 132, Dalton 128, Heritage-Catoosa 104, Murray County 45, Coahulla Creek 21.

High jump — 1. K. Richardson (H) 5.0; 2. Kayleen Mullins (SE) 4-10; 3. Maggie Kalafut (NW) 4-8.

Long jump — 1. A.T. Smith (CC) 16-6; Anissa Sosebee (SE) 15-3; 3. Keona Brinkman (MC) 13-5 1/4.

Triple jump — 1. McKinley Hopkins (NW) 33-5 1/2; 2. A.T. Smith (CC) 32-06 3/4; 3. Kayleen Mullins (SE) 30-6.

Shot put — 1. Shea Pendley (MC) 32-11; 2. Wendy Perez (SE) 31-7; 3. Juanita Starks (D) 29-9.

Discus — 1. Wendy Perez (SE) 92-06 1/4; 2. Hannah Jones (D) 70-2 1/4; 3. A. Smith (H) 68-0 1/2.

3,200 — 1. E. Poole (H) 13:04; Natalie Williams (NW) 13:08; L. Rooks (H) 13:49.

4X100 relay — 1. Northwest “A” (Macy Weeks, Taylor Sistrunk, Maggie Kalafut, McKinley Hopkins) 53.75; 2. Dalton “A” (Susan Meinders, Adriana Bryant, Massey Swanson, Cori Harolson) 54.23; 3. Heritage “A” 54.41.

1,600 — 1. S. Buckler (H) 5:44; 2. Shelby Wilson (NW) 5:49; 3. Isabel Salinas (SE) 6:06.

400 — 1. Susan Meinders (D) 1:02; 2. Kaylee Harris (D) 1:06.48; 3. Maggie Kalafut (NW) 1:09.5.

100 — 1. Adriana Bryant (D) 13.73; 2. Taylor Sistrunk (NW) 13.81; 3. Mary Morrow (D) 13.87.

100 hurdles — 1. McKinley Hopkins (NW) 16.93; 2. Anissa Sosebee (SE) 18.84; 3. Massey Swanson (D) 19.00.

800 — 1. Shelby Wilson (NW) 2:34; 2. S. Buckler (H) 2:39; 3. Caroline Duffy (NW) 2:43.

200 — 1. Mary Morrow (D) 28.88; 2. Savannah Stone (NW) 29.35; 3. B. Richardson (H) 29.63.

300 hurdles — 1. Susan Meinders (D) 48.24; 2. McKinley Hopkins (NW) 53.60; 3. Kaylee Harris (D) 55.31.

4X400 relay — 1. Southeast “A” (Brittany Painter, Isabel Salinas, Wendy Perez, Kayleen Mullins) 4:44; 2. Dalton “A” (Susan Meinders, Elizabeth Queen, Massey Swanson, Ashley Parham) 4:46; 3. Northwest “A” (Shelby Wilson, Maggie Kalafut, Shatiria Johnson, McKinley Hopkins) 4:50.

BOYS RESULTS

Team scores — Northwest Whitfield 160, Heritage-Catoosa 137.5, Dalton 104, Southeast Whitfield 97.5, Murray County 47, Coahulla Creek 18.

High jump — 1. Kelvis Rhodes (D) 6-0 (won on attempts); 2. Josh Fox (CC) 6-0; 3. T. Marlin (H) 5-10.

Long jump — 1. Jonathan Willman (NW) 20-8 3/4; 2. J. Keith (H) 20-1; Jose Loyola (SE) 18-4 1/2.

Triple jump — 1. Jonathan Willman (NW) 41-6 1/4; 2. Chaz Payne (SE) 39-0 1/2; 3. Kyle Padgett (MC) 36-9 3/4.

Shot put — 1. Raul Franco (NW) 41-2; 2. Cody Ensley (SE) 39-2; 3. Andrew Williams (D) 39-0.

Discus — 1. Jayro Perez (SE) 123-3 1/2; 2. Dylan Groves (NW) 115-1 1/2; 3. Cody Ensley (SE) 106-1 1/4.  

3,200 — 1. T. Stewart (H) 10:47; 2. Parker Cook (NW) 10:48; 3. Brody Cook (NW) 10:50.

4X100 relay — 1. Northwest “A” (Jonathan Willman, Jalen Lockett, Justin Palmer, Blake Heard) 44.94; 2. Heritage “A” 45.33; 3. Southeast “A” (Kevin Torres, Jonathan Gowan, Corey Barnes, Cody Ensley) 46.11.

1,600 — 1. Brandon Pineda (D) 4:59; 2. Parker Cook (NW) 5:03; T. Stewart (H) 5:04.

400 — 1. Ethan Fromm (D) 52.40; 2. Jalen Lockett (NW) 52.74; J. Keith (H) 52.78.  

100 — 1. Jonathan Willman (NW) 11.06; 2. Ketwan Burns (H) 11.19; 3. Kevin Torres (SE) 11.34.

110 hurdles — 1. L. Nave (H) 20.00; 2. A. Michaylo (CC) 21.05; 3. Christian Hernandez (SE) 21.09.

800 — 1. Josh Bailey (NW) 2:13; 2. Brandon Balino (NW) 2:16; Brandon Pineda (D) 2:20.

200 — 1. Ketwan Burns (H) 23.58; 2. Jalen Lockett (23.69; 3. Austin Mills (D) 24.03.

300 hurdles — 1. Seth Gabriel (D) 44.64; 2. A. Lafaele (H) 50.00; 3. Christian Hernandez (SE) 50.12.

4X400 relay — 1. 1. Northwest “A” (Jalen Lockett, Jonathan Willman, Justin Palmer, Brandon Balino) 3:47; 2. Heritage “A” 3:51; 3. Northwest “B” (Leonard Colton, Parker Cook, Brody Cook, Josh Bailey) 3:57.

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