The Richmond Register


May 3, 2014

H.S. TRACK: Indians, Lady Indians sweep championships

SOMERSET — The Madison Central boys and girls track teams swept the team titles at the Pulaski County Invitational Saturday in their final tune-up before regional competition, which is scheduled for May 13.

The boys team grabbed eight first-place finishes on its way to scoring 155 points to easily outdistance second-place finisher Pulaski County’s 121 points.

The girls team claimed six first-place finishes and scored 150.50 points, well ahead of second-place Rockcastle County’s 127 points.

Keenan Miller and Levi Knutson led the way for the Indians.

Miller finished with the second most total points of any male competitor with 21 points. He finished first in the 200 meter dash, third in the long jump and was a member of Central’s first place 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams.

Knutson finished with 20.50 points, the third most in the competition. He claimed the top spot in the 300 meter hurdles, was second in the 110 meter hurdles and was also a member of the first place 4x200 relay team.

Raevin Cain and Maryssa Stewart were the high point getters for the Lady Indians, finishing with 18 each, to tie for seventh place in the competition.

Cain finished first in the discus and second in the shot put. Stewart finished second in triple jump, fourth in the long jump and was a member of Central’s first place 4x400 and 4x200 relay teams.

Other events and finishers for Central included:

Girls 4x800 relay 1st.

Shadae Bosley

Alexa Snyder

Anna Knox

Ivanna Sabino

Boys 4x800 5th

Nathan Coots

Cameron Ikard

Derek Mills

Chase Ardery

Girls 100 hurdles

Ayala Deck 5th

Jadyn Hines 12th

Boys 110 hurdles

Will Hinton 1st

Levi Knutson 2nd

Girls 100 dash

Kristen Parsley 4th

Kentaya Penman 12th

Boys 100 dash

Jabari Huguely 3rd

Malcom Ellis 13th

Dante Altamirano 16th

Girls 4x200 relay 1st

Alexis Conner

Maryssa Stewart

Lizzy Fort

Kristen Parsley

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