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Odessa girls claim small schools crown

   DRYDEN, May 25—The Odessa-Montour girls varsity track team won the Interscholastic Athletic Conference (IAC) small schools championship, May 19 and 20. The boys also placed second at the meet.
   The girls won with 113.5 points. Newfield was the next highest with 112 points. The 400 meter relay team (Rebecca Zafonte, Erin Terry, Ashley Bryington and Alyssa Blieler) won seventh with 54.58. The 1600 meter relay team (Michelle Melanson, Zafonte, Terry and Malissa Richards) with 4:25.64. The 3200 meter relay team (Richards, Allison Stamp, Brittany VanAmburg and Taylor Carey) claimed ninth place with a time of 10:56.61.
   Bryington was sixth in the 100 meter hurdles with 17.93 and sixth in the 400 meter hurdles with 1:10.97. Melanson placed third in the triple jump with 32’09.00”, eighth in the 400 meter dash with 1:03.78, and seventh in the 200 meter dash with 28.08.
   Terry took ninth in the 800 meter run with 2:34.06. VanAmburg won seventh in the 2000 meter steeplechase with 8:46.04, ninth in the 3200 meter run with 11:46.24, tied for seventh in the pole vault with 7’06.20”. Carey also took ninth in the high jump with 4’06.30”.
   The boys 1600 meter relay team (Matt Blieler, Morgan Shutter, Matt Smith and Joe Markley) took third with 3:40.15. The 400 meter relay team (Blieler, Shutter, Smith and Phil Smith) won seventh with 48.31. The 3200 meter relay team (Adam Gardner, Sam Capozzi, Mike Hughey and Phil Smith) placed seventh with 9:15.17
   Martin Eccelston placed third in the 400 meter hurdles with 58.40, seventh in the 110 meter hurdles with 17.91 and fifth in the 400 meter dash with 52.85. Markley won second in the 800 meter run with 2:00.33, third in the 1600 meter run with 4:41.48 and fourth in the 400 meter dash with 52.72.
   Shutter took third in the 200 meter dash with 23.80 and fifth in the 100 meter dash with 12.10. Adam Gardner won seventh in the high jump with 5’04.00”. Dakota Simpson placed sixth in the discus 122’03.00”.

 


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