Two TRACKCATS are Individual Event KTCCCA State Meet Champions
Isabella Copher set the Indoor School Record in the 3000 Meter Run on her way to earning the KTCCCA State Indoor Championship. Isabella was challenged the first 12 laps but then pulled ahead and left no doubt as to the winner of this race. She finished in an Indoor SCHOOL RECORD time of 12:01.97
Madelyne English set the Indoor School Record in the Shot Put on her way to earning the KTCCCA State Indoor Championship. Madelyne broke her own record by almost 4 feet and had the crowd cheering at each throw. She finished with an Indoor SCHOOL RECORD toss of 34-04-25.
The Girls Team Finished 3rd Overall in the KTCAAA Class A Meet
Top finishers earning KTCCCA Medals/Ribbons in each event were:
Carrie Staviski 5th 800 Meter Run
Isabella Copher 2nd 1600 Meter Run (Indoor School Record)
Carrie Staviski 4th 1600 Meter Run
Isabella Copher 1st 3000 Meter Run (Indoor School Record)
Kristin Riddle 4th 3000 Meter Run
Kaylee Staviski 5th Pole Vault
Madelyne English 1st Shot Put (Indoor School Record)
Amelia Oldfield/Kristin Riddle/Carrie Staviski/Makayla Blackburn 7th 4×400 Meter Relay
Amelia Oldfield/Carrie Staviski/Kristin Riddle/Isabella Copher 3rd 4×800 Meter Relay
James Overholser/Donovan Holder/Eric Townsend/Hunter Middleton 6th 4×800 Meter Relay
Setting Personal Records were: 55m Dash– Amelia Oldfield, Hadley Alderman, Selah Bussell, Christa Stump, James Simpkins, David Walden. 400m Dash– Makayla Blackburn, Donovan Holder. 1600m Run– Isabella Copher. 3000m Run– Isabella Copher, Kristin Riddle, James Overholser. 55m Hurdles– Makayla Blackburn. Long Jump– Makayla Blackburn, Kylie Willis, Sammie Bodine, Jacob Easton. Triple Jump– James Simpkins. Shot Put– Madelyne English, Kylie Willis, Gabe Jones. Pole Vault– Jacob Easton.
View Results and addition Information at Bath County Track & Field
The TRACKCAT now prepare for the Outdoor Season which starts Saturday March 24 at Montgomery County for the Battle of the Borders Meet competing for the Mayors Cup.
“Long May You Run”