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May 17, 2013

BOYS PREP TRACK AND FIELD: On to regional meet

Tigers take team title, but area athletes also shine at sectionals

(Continued)

GOSHEN — Boys Sectional Summary

4 x 800-METER RELAY — 1, Elkhart Memorial (Jared Peek, Spencer Dibley, McNeal Stewart, Blake Kramer) 8:02.82; 2, Goshen (Ricardo Castillo, Alfonso Torres, Reid Zimmerman, Abraham Medellin) 8:04.16; 3, Northridge (James Bradberry, Kurtis Hochstetler, Hunter Johnson, Blake O’Dell) 8:-08.81; 4, Elkhart Central (Chet Samuels, Brian Vance, Caleb Woodard, Austin Quick) 8:11.09; 5, Warsaw 8:14.33; 6, Fairfield 8:43.33; 7, Concord 9:07.50; 8, Wawasee 9:29.32.

110-METER HIGH HURDLES — 1, Clayton Cook (Wawasee) 15.08; 2, Cameron Kitson (Fairfield) 15.13; 3, Taylor Cone (Warsaw) 15.33; 4, Austin Healy (Northridge) 15.83; 5, Carter Gill (Jimtown) 15.86; 6, Michael Presnell (Northridge) 16.09; 7, Steven Johnson (Elkhart Memorial) 16.13; 8, Charles Pates (Jimtown) 16.34.

100-METER DASH — 1, Davontea Millsaps (Elkhart Memorial) 10.92; 2, Larry Gates (Elkhart Central) 11.02; 3, Wyatt Jones (Warsaw)

11:14; 4, Devan Emerson (Jimtown) 11.17; 5, Brett Baumgartner (Fairfield) 11.30; 6, Tristan McClone (Warsaw) 11.54; 7, Jameyron Gray (Concord) 11.65; 8, Caleb Platx (Elkhart Memorial) 11.69.

1600-METER RUN — 1, Jacob Poyner (Warsaw) 4:16.79; 2, Robert Murphy (Warsaw) 4:19.06; 3, Joel Hartman (Elkhart Christian) 4:23.10; 4, James Bradberry (Northridge) 4:31.64; 5, Luke Kaufman (Goshen) 4:34.59; 6, Conner Sandt (Northridge) 4.39.75; 7, Alex Oberlin (Fairfield) 4:45.24; 8, Nate Miller (Fairfield) 4:37.94.

4 x 100-METER RELAY — 1, Warsaw (Wyatt Jones, Nathan Koble, Gabriel Furnivall, Tristan McClone) 42.89; 2, Elkhart Memorial (Davontea Millsaps, Caleb Platz, Jaylin Rhodes, McNeal Stewart) 43.57; 3, Fairfield (Mitch Dewitt, Dillon Lockwood, Brett Baumgartner, Cameron Kitson) 43.64; 4, Elkhart Central (Joe Phillips, Larry Gates, Edwin Ceiceros, Javonte Henderson) 43.67; 5, Goshen 43.92; 6, Northridge 44.43; 7, Concord 45,.12; 8, Wawasee 45.37.

400-METER DASH — 1, Gabriel Furnivall (Warsaw) 50.62; 2, Elliott Miller (Elkhart Central) 51.05; 3, Genoris Crawford (Elkhart Central)

51.08; 4, McNeal Stewart (Elkhart Memorial) 51.13; 5, Chad Goon (Warsaw) 51.95; 6, Bean Darnell (Concord) 52.05; 7, Jerry Burciga (Northridge) 52.60; 8, Andrew Pillow (Goshen) 52.70.

300-METER HURDLES — 1, Cristian Barron (Goshen) 40.33; 2, Michael Presnell (Northridge) 41.06; 3, Justin Olenczuk (Concord) 41.15; 4, Taylor Cone (Warsaw) 41.18; 5, Clayton Cook (Wawasee) 41.20; 6, Ryan Goon (Warsaw) 41,78; 7, Quinten Holley (Goshen) 43.11; 8, Nolan Miller (Fairfield) 43.14.

800-METER RUN — 1, Robert Murphy (Warsaw) 1:55.27; 2, Reid Zimmerman (Goshen) 1:56.03; 3, Hunter Johnson (Northridge) 1:56.93; 4, Nicholas Skwarcan (NorthWood) 1:58.14; 5, Jared Peak (Elkhart Memorial) 1:59.44; 6, Zack Cockrill (Wawasee) 2:01.10; 7, Kameron Burnett (Concord) 2>:01.97; 8, Dominic Proffitt (Concord) 2:03.64.

200-METER DASH — 1, Davontea Millsaps (Elkhart Memorial) 22.09; 2, Brett Baumgartner (Fairfield) 22.21; 3, Devan Emerson (Jimtown) 22.94; 4, Nathan Kolbe (Warsaw) 23.17; 5, Chandler Walters (Elkhart Christian)  23.39; 6,  Caleb Platz (Elkhart Memorial) 23.44; 7, Jake Wargo (Northridge) 23.49; 8, Marquis Schieber (Jimtown) 24.01.

3200-METER RUN — 1, Jacob Poyner (Warsaw) 9:33.28; 2, Joel Hartman (Elkhart Christian) 9:39.54; 3, Blake O’Dell (Northridge) 9:50.10; 4, Adam Doll (Wawasee) 9;54.15; 5, Hunter Nimzyk (Elkhart Central0 10:11.88; 6, Robert Murphy (Warsaw) 10:12.12; 7, Luke Kaufman (Goshen) 10;12.60; 8, Gerardo Abad (Goshen) 10:16.52.

4 x 400-METER RELAY — 1, Warsaw (Wyatt Jones, Gabriel Frunivall, Nathan Kolbe, Ryan Goon) 3:20.85 (sectional record breaks 3:20.93 by Warsaw in 2012; 2, Elkhart Memorial (McNeal Stewart, Blake Kramer, Jared Peek, Davontea Millsaps) 3:25.89; 3, Fairfield (AJ Mast, Brett Baumgartner, Kegan Showalter, Not reported) 3:26.95; 4, Goshen (Andrew Pillow, David Isaula, Ricardo Castillo, Cristian Barron) 3:27.60; 5, Elkhart Central 3;31.92; 6, Northridge 3:33.33; 7, Concord 3;35.70; 8, NorthWood 3:44.41.

HIGH JUMP — 1, JJ Gilmer (Wawasee) 6-4; 2, Stephen Kolbe (Warsaw) 6-4; 3, Devon Hunsbergr (NorthWood) 6-2; 4, Will Stueve (NorthWood) 6-0; 5, Carter Gill (Jimtown) 5-10; 6, Brock Riley (Warsaw) 5-10; 7, Steven Johnson (Elkhart Memorial) 5-8; 8, Samuel Byler (Goshen) 5-8.

LONG JUMP — 1, Larry Gates (Elkhart Central) 21-10 1/2; 2, Devan Emerson (Jimtown) 21-2 3/4; 3, Marguis Schieber (Jimtown) 20-10 1/2; 4, Dillon Lockwood (Fairfield) 20-8 1/4; 5, JJ Gilmer (Wawasee) 20-3 3/4; 6, Treyton Harris (Elkhart Central) 20-1 1/4; 7, Jackson Marlow (Concord) 19-8 1/2; 8, Mitch Dewitt (Fairfield) 19-3 1/5.

POLE VAULT — 1, Josh Rheinheimer (Northridge) 14-0; 2, Devin Puckett (Northridge) 13-4; 3, Cameron Kitson (Fairfield) 13-4; 4, Albert Gongwer (NorthWood) 13-0; 5, Morgon Cosby (Fairfield)12-6; 6, Joe Phillips (Elkhart Central) 12-6; 7, Josh Bustos (Goshen) 12-0; 8, Jake Fayed (Warsaw) 12-0.

DISCUS — 1,Kyle Ostrander (Fairfield) 154-0; 2, David Miller (Fairfield) 149-0; 3, Nicholas Gerber (Goshen) 136-10; 4, Seth Fouts (Warsaw)

133-7; 5, Tanner Faus (Elkhart Memorial) 131-7; 6, Travis Barnes (Elkhart Central) 31-5; 7, Austin Gill (Jimtown) 131-3; 8, Chad Eppley (Wawasee) 130-7.

SHOT PUT — 1, Seth Fouts (Warsaw) 54-6; 2, Tyler Hoffman (Concord) 50-10 1/2; 3, David Miller (Fairfield) 50-9; 4, Michael Fickert (Northridge) 48-5; 5, Keion Johnson (Jimtown) 46-5; 6, Chad Eppley (Wawasee) 45-11; 7, Kyle Ostrander (Fairfield) 45-10; 8, Benjamin Plymmer (Warsaw) 44-11 1/2.

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