QUINCY — Friday evening Quincy Significant University played host to the once-a-year Quincy All Athletics Keep track of and Field Invitational as 7 groups in full competed on a rainy and windy evening.
When all was reported and completed it was the Athens Woman Indians bringing household the crown of the Quincy Invite, successful with a rating of 170.5 details. The host Quincy Orioles took runner up honors at their own invitational, ending in 2nd place with a rating of 154.5 details though Union City also had a reliable working day, finishing in 3rd area with a score of 115 factors. Pittsford concluded in fourth location, followed by Bronson, Jackson Prep and Waldron.
(For scoring reference, the Quincy Invitational awarded medals to the leading five athletes in every function and awarded factors to the best eight in every single event)
The Quincy runner-up finish was bolstered by 3 wins, all coming in the field gatherings. Having wins for Quincy in their respective area occasion was Nikkia Cronk with a earn in the large soar with a soar of 4 toes, 6 inches Raigen Horsfall with a get in the shot set with a toss of 37 toes, 1 inch and Sophia Snellenberger with a win in the discus with a throw of 134 toes, 11 inches.
Quincy’s runner up complete arrived in huge portion thanks to their depth as the Orioles finished in the best eight in a selection of activities. Primary the Quincy runner-up effort was Nikkia Cronk, 2nd spot in the 100 Abby Tinervia, fifth put in the 100 Brooke Wasikowski, third position in the 400 Raylee Fulton, eighth place in the 400 Mollie Butchart, seventh area in the 800 Charlotte Crabbs, seventh position in the 1600 and sixth position in the 3200 Elise Wright, eighth location in the 1600 and 3rd place in the 3200 Teagan Payne, sixth put in the 100 hurdles Coelie Smullen, seventh position in the 100 hurdles, eighth position in the 300 hurdles and second location in the significant jump Lita Fulton, 3rd area in the 300 hurdles the 400 relay group of Brooke Wasikowski, Nikkia Cronk, Flo Vito and Abby Tinervia, 2nd spot the 800 relay workforce of Raylee Fulton, Abby Tinervia, Lita Fulton and Ella Dunn, next put the 1600 relay group of Brooke Wasikowski, Lita Fulton, Raylee Fulton and Teagan Payne, 2nd area the 3200 relay group of Mollie Butchart, Charlotte Crabbs, Elise Wright and Brooke Wasikowski, 3rd location Sophia Snellenberger, 2nd spot in the shot place Emyleigh Burlew, fifth location in the shot put and 3rd put in the discus Raigen Horsfall, 2nd place in the discus and Abby Tinervia, eighth position in the Prolonged Soar.
The Union Town Woman Charger hard work was paced by 1 person winner and two relay victories. Using an personal get was senior Kassandra Kohsmann who finished in initially spot in the 100 meter sprint in a personal greatest time of 13.51 seconds. Kohsmann also took 3rd place in the Lengthy Soar with a bounce of 13 feet, 4 inches.
Kohsmann was also a element of both of those successful relays as the 400 relay team of Nevada Gillons, Mackenzie Hale, Shaelyn Lawhead and Kohsmann won in a time of 53.99 seconds followed by the 800 relay staff of Gillons, Hale, Makayla Skirka and Kohsmann, very first place in a time of 1 minute, 56.45 seconds.
Rounding out the Union City work with a top rated eight finish in their preferred event was Naomi Schwark, fourth place in the 100 Shaelyn Lawhead, sixth put in the 100 and sixth area in the 200 Mackenzie Hale, fourth place in the 200 and second location in the Extended Jump Kyla Burdick, 3rd spot in the 800 Skyler Fraley, fourth area in the 1600 and 2nd location in the 3200 Nevada Gillons, third area in the 100 hurdles and second location in the 300 hurdles Alida Wilkinson, eighth place in the 100 hurdles the 1600 relay group of Christianna Davis, Makayla Skirka, Willow Austin, and Kyla Burdick, 3rd location the 3200 relay crew of Burdick, Lauren Cayo, Amelia June and Skyler Fraley, fourth place and Christianna Davis, seventh spot in the Long Soar.
The Bronson Girl Vikings had two wins on the night, led by senior Sidney Swick who out distanced the area in the 3200 in a time of 12 minutes, 56.00 seconds. Swick also concluded on the podium in the 1600 meter run, getting third spot in a time of 5 minutes, 52.45 seconds.
Also securing a earn for Bronson was freshman Jaiden Hayes who took the gold in the lengthy leap with a leap of 13 toes, 10.25 inches. Hayes also completed in fifth location in the 100 hurdles and fourth place in the 300 hurdles
Also earning a major eight end for the Viking hard work was Abby Ware who took eighth put in the 800.
Also earning factors for all three teams had been their respective pole vaulters. Simply because of the wind and the rain tournament coaches felt competing in the pole vault to be unsafe. Hence points and placements were being specified to just about every athlete based mostly on their seeding heights. Quincy senior Flo Vito concluded in a tie for very first put with a vault of 8 feet, inches the duo of Kyla Burdick of Union City and Allison Turner of Quincy concluded in a tie for fourth put with a peak of 7 ft, inches Lita Fulton of Quincy completed in seventh position with a vault of 6 ft, 6 inches and the duo of Lorelai Kugler and Brook McVicker of Quincy finished in a tie for eighth area with a vault of 6 toes. inches.
The trio of Major 8 convention teams will return to meeting action this Wednesday as Bronson will journey to Springport, Union Town will make the journey to Examining and Quincy will make a journey to Jonesville as all a few teams look to make their go to a attainable meeting title.
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