WHS boys 2nd, EC 3rd in meet at Hillsboro


HILLSBORO – Hillsboro held off Wilmington Tuesday to win a tri-meet on the Highland County school track.

The Hurricane had 81 points while the Indians won the meet with 101. East Clinton finished with 10 points.

Aidan Henson had a third in the long jump, a third in the 800 and third in the 400-meter dash to account for six points for the Astros.

For the Hurricane, six athletes won individual events. Wilmington also won the 4×200- and 4×400-meter relays.

SUMMARY

April 30 2019

@Hillsboro High School

TEAM SCORES: Hillsboro 101, Wilmington 81, East Clinton 10

HIGH JUMP: Coomer, W, 5-10; Conlon, H, 5-8; Glass, W, 5-4; Weber, H, 5-0

DISCUS: Stodgel, H, 150-11; Brooks, W, 129-9; D. Burns, H, 120-7; Stewart, W, 111-0

LONG JUMP: Huffman, W, 20-4; Richards, H, 20-0; Henson, EC, 19-4; Doughman, H, 18-6.5; Scott, W, 18-5

POLE VAULT: McIntosh, W, 11-6; Gallimore, H, 11-0; Camp, W, 11-0; Ryan, H, 10-6

SHOT PUT: Stodgel, H, 50-1; D. Burns, H, 49-8; Brooks, W, 46-3; Z. Burns, H 36-9

4X800 RELAY: Hillsboro A 9:32.1; Wilmington A 10:07.1; East Clinton 10:20.2

110 HURDLES: Conlon, H, 17.4; Doughman, H, 17.4; Watson, H, 17.4; Singleton, W, 17.8

100 DASH: Rickman, H, 11.4; Scott, W, 11.5; Huffman, W, 11.5; Lucas, H, 11.6

4X200 RELAY: Wilmington 1:35.4; Hillsboro 1:35.5; Wilmington B 1:47.5; East Clinton 2:00.1

1600 RUN: Preston, W, 5:03.9; Spencer, H, 5:05.5; Lucarello, H, 5:08.1; Schurman, H, 5:44

4X100 RELAY: Hillsboro 45.0; Wilmington A 45.1; Wilmington B 49.7

400 DASH: Scott, W, 52.3; Alexander, H, 53.5; Henson, EC, 54.5; Weber, H, 55.6

300 HURDLES: Conlon, H, 44.0; Singleton, W, 45.2; Watson, H, 46.1; Horn, EC, 47.4

800 RUN: Killen, W, 2:07.6; Hester, W, 2:8.6; Henson, EC, 2:15.3; Spencer, H, 2:18

200 DASH: Rickman, H, 23.1 (23.06); Glass, W, 23.1 (23.08); Scott, W, 23.4; Richards, H, 23.5

3200 RUN: Lucarello, H, 11:18.7; Preston, W, 11:38.6; Sawders, H, 11:40.8; Combs, W, 12:02

4X400 RELAY: Wilmington 3:45.1; Hillsboro 3:47.2; Wilmington B 4:28.2

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