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North Clay girls top Honey Creek, boys second

Friday, April 23, 2004

The North Clay girls track team added a victory over Honey Creek on Wednesday night, 60-40, while the boys team placed second.

In field events for the girls squad, Nebula Schultz took home her second top-finish in the high jump, clearing a personal best 4-6. Jonna Harlan scored a second place finish in the shotput and Brittany Campbell was third in the longjump.

The Knights did their biggest damage in running events as Tiffany Young won the 3,200 meters and sixth grader Corey Laue won the 1,600 meters versus a field of seventh and eighth grade runners from Honey Creek.

Sixth grade classmates, Carlee Bell and Shelby Sands placed second and third in the 400 meters and Young also took home a win in the 800 meters.

Cayla Yockey crossed the line in first in the 100 meters and the 200 meters with Renee Leslie was second in the 100 and third in the 200. Kyler Clark won the hurdle event with Rachael Packard in third.

In the relay events, the 400 team of Yockey, Clark, Leslie and Stormi Raines was first with Clark Sands, Bell and Raines taking the 1,600 relay as well.

In the boys meet, Jered Timm took the top spot in the high jump, clearing 5-2 and won the 400 meters in 59.8. Timm was also second in the 100 meters and joined both Jordan and Griffen Maurer and Jared Staley to win the 1,600 relay.

Staley and the Maurer brothers teamed with sixth grader Drake Stevenson for a second place finish in the 400 relay.

Stevenson and Griffen Maurer went on to second place finishes in the 200 and 400 respectively.

The Knights got a wealth of third place finishes including one in the 3,200 from Eli Kirby in 13:20. Jordan Keller placed third in the shotput along with Jared Royer in the 1,600.

Both squads will be back in action Monday night at Sarah Scott Middle School and in their first home meet on Wednesday versus Woodrow Wilson.



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