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Track Conference Championships- American Divison

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Leading the pack, Jack Rogers runs the 1600 meters at Wednesday's meet. Rogers won the race in 4:23.70

Isabel Hanewicz, Staff Writer

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The Western Conference American Division Track Meet was held Wednesday afternoon at Jefferson High School. The meet was a qualifier for the County Championships next Tuesday, with the top four participants in each event qualifying.

“We had moderate success. I’m very happy with how our veterans performed,” said Manuel Montero, the boys track coach. “Jack Rogers won both of his events as expected, the 800 meters and the 1600 meters. In county’s we expect him to win both events as well.”

Jahrvis Davenport (’15), qualified in the long jump and as part of the boy’s 4 by 100 meter relay team, but he was not completely satisfied with his performance.

“I was upset because I feel like I’m not hitting my mark as good as I was last year. It’s not like I lost focus, I just feel different,” said Davenport. “At conferences I did fairly well, but there’s a lot to improve on. At County’s I will come back bigger, faster, and stronger.”

 

Qualifying Girls:

Anna Duclos (’15)- 3rd place Long Jump: 15-05.75

Isabel Hanewicz (’17)- 3rd place 3200 meters: 12:27.60

Madison Hull (’14)- 2nd place 1600 meters 5:27.00; 4th place 3200 meters: 12:27.61

Julia DeYoung (’14), Isabel Hanewicz (’17), Madison Scanlan (’14) and Aaliyah Gordon (’14)- 3rd place 4 by 800 meter relay: 10:22.10

 

Qualifying Boys:

Jahrvis Davenport (’15)- 4th place long jump: 19-11.50

Jared Kraemer (’14)- 4th place pole vault: 9-00.00

Jack Rogers (’15)- 1st place 800 meters: 2:00.20; 1st place 1600 meters: 4:23.70

Blake Stanford (’14)- 4th place 1600 meters: 4:41.20

Terrance Baldwin (’14), Jahrvis Davenport (’15), Aivory Foster (15), Derrell Gwyn (’14)- 3rd place 4 by 100 meter relay: 44.44

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Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-In-Chief
Isabel Hanewicz is a senior at Robinson High School and is the editor-in-chief of RHStoday. She was named the 2014 Emerging Young Journalist of the Year for the state of Florida. Walking without tripping is not one of her talents, so please do not give her any breakable objects. She is also known to slow down computers...
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