CMMS boys start track, field season with loss to Kings

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KINGS MILLS — The Clinton-Massie Middle School boys track and field team was defeated by Kings 95-28 Monday afternoon at the KHS track.

“The final team results were not what we were looking for,” CM coach Jim Wagner said. “We are a very young and inexperienced team, with only five boys with any prior track and field experience, and it showed tonight. I expect the boys to improve over the season, but this was a tough way to begin.”

Brock Speaks won the discus and Aaron Williams won the shot put competition. Robby Frederick finished second in both the 100- and 200-meter hurdle events.


April 4, 2016

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Kings 95 Clinton-Massie 28

110m Hurdles: 2nd Robby Frederick 19.27; 3rd Carsyn Creager 19.76; Chase Kamps 21.26; Adin Lamb 22.52; Sam Glass 23.03

100m Dash: Cullen Hill 13.19; Luke Ruther 14.81; Adam Norton 16.31

1600m Run: Ethan Hughes 6:31; Barek Bennett 6:41; Eli LaVangie7:50

4 X 1 Relay: 2nd Donald Brewer, Dakota Gasaway, Robby Frederick, Cullen Hill 56.41

400m Dash: 3rd- Carson Conrad 1:08.49; Tanner Cole 1:12.35; Ethan Hughes 1:22.49

4 X 2 Relay: 2nd Sam Glass, JT Goings, Tanner Cole, Carsyn Creager 2:14.26

200m Hurdles: 2nd Robby Frederick 30.14; Dakota Gasaway 37.49; Sam Glass 37.88; Adin Lamb 38.07

800m Run: Tyler Roberts 3:06; Barek Bennett 3:14.6; Ethan Hughes 3:14.7; JT Goings 3:16; Eli LaVangie 3:30

200m Dash: Luke Ruther 31.43; Tanner Cole 33.67; Adam Norton 35.66; Nathan McDowell 39.73

4 X 4 Relay: 2nd Chase Kamps, Tyler Roberts, Barek Bennett, Carson Conrad 5 :17

Long Jump: 3rd Cullen Hill 14-2.75; Dakota Gasaway 12-3.5; Blake Seaman 11-11; Tyler Roberts 11-0.25; Adin Lamb 11-0; Adam Norton 9-7.5; JT Goings 9-1.5

Pole Vault: 2nd Blake Seaman 7-0

Shot Put: 1st Aaron Williams 30-5; 2nd Caven Kropp 29-5.75; Brock Speaks 28-1.5; Ethan Hagermann 22-4.25; Alex Shelton 21-4; Michael Moritz 20-7.5; Kolton Smith 19-11.5

Discus: 1st Brock Speaks 78-0; 2nd Aaron Williams 67-11; Alex Shelton 65-10; Caven Kropp 65-4; Ethan Hagerman 50-0; Michael Moritz 46-4; Kolton Smith 34-7

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