Wildcats News · TRACKCAT Cool-Down (Parent Day)

The TRACKCATS hosted their TRACKCAT Cool-Down meet at Rowan County on Saturday.

The meet included Bath County, Bourbon County, Fleming County, Lewis County, Menifee County, Montgomery County, Rowan County and West Carter.

The Bath County Boys and Girls each took 3rd Place in the Meet.

Earning 1st Place Medals: Caleb Bowen, Hunter Middleton, James Overholser and Eric Townsend in the 4×800 Meter Relay. Isabella Copher in the 1600 & 3200 Meter Runs. Taylor Purvis in the Pole Vault. Madelyne English in the Shot Put and Austin Bowling, with partner Jaycie Bussell, in the 2×50 Meter Mixed Unified Run

2nd Place Ribbons: Kristin Riddle– 800m Run. Sammy Bodine– Triple Jump.

3rd Place Ribbons: Taylor Purvis, Donovan Holder, Jacob Easton and Quentin Lewis– 4×200 Meter Relay. Amelia Oldfield– 400 Meter Dash. Donovan Holder– 400 Meter Dash. Amelia Oldfield, Kristin Riddle, Abby Henderson and Isabella Copher– 4×400 Meter Relay. Hunter Middleton– High Jump. James Overholser– High Jump. Kaylee Staviski– Pole Vault.

4th Place Ribbons: Caleb Bowen– 1600 Meter Run. Eric Townsend– 800 Meter Run, Amelia Oldfield– 200 Meter Dash, James Overholser– 3200 Meter Run, Quentin Lewis– Long Jump, Jacob Easton– Triple Jump.

5th Place Ribbons: Kristin Riddle– 1600 Meter Run, Eric Townsend– 1600 Meter Run, Kylie Willis– Discus Throw.

6th Place Ribbons: Eric Townsend– 400 Meter Dash, Jaycie Bussell– Triple Jump.

Recording Personal Records were Eric Townsend, Amelia Oldfield, Jaycie Bussell, Hunter Middleton, Sammy Bodine, Hadley Alderman, Quentin Lewis, Kylie Willis and David Walden

View Results and addition Information at Bath County Track & Field

The Cool-Down meet was also Bath County Track Parent Day. The TRACKCATS honored their parents as they escorted them across the track and onto the field surface.

TRACKCAT Seniors with their Parents & Family

The next TRACKCAT Meet is Friday May 4th at Russell High School for the Kentucky Track and Cross County Coaches Association (KTCCCA) Area 7 Championship.

“Long May You Run”