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April 5, 2013

Ram track wins home opener, Lady Rams 4th

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SOV also won six events. Amanda McClain won the 400 (1:00.1) and the long jump (16-8.5). Mollie Bowman won the triple jump. Emily Neuhauser won the 200 (27.68), Shelby dash won the high jump (5-1), and SOV won the 4x2 relay (1:52.1). Bowman was also 2nd (14-9) in the long jump to McClain.

Shelby girls' best finish was in the 800 run thanks to Morgan Powers. She was also 3rd in the high jump (4-4). Keeley Buhrmester was 3rd in the 100 dash (13.87). Shelby was 3rd in the 3200 relay (11:06) and the 1600 relay (4:41.07).

Tuesday

BOYS

Team Scores: 1. Shelbyville 150, 2. CAM 72, 3. Meridian 70, 4. SOV 60, 5. St. T 19

Shelby, CAM, SOV results:

Shot put-1. Schlieker (SOV) 41-2, 2. Welton (SH) 40-0.5, 3. Ferguson (SH) 39-6.5, 4. Kennell (SH) 38-11, 5. Chepan (CAM) 38-9;

Discus-1. Barna (SH), 2 SOV, 3. Meridian, 4. CAM, 5. Meridian;

High jump-1. Hendryx (SH) 6-0, 2. Breeden (SH) 5-10, 3. O'Brien (CAM) 5-10, 4. Collins (MER) 5-8, 5. Adams (MER) 5-6;

Pole vault-1. Hatfield (SH), 2. CAM, 3. Shelby, 4. Shelby, 5. SOV

Long jump-1. Miller (SH) 19-2, 2. Keown 19-1, 3. Ballinger (CAM) 18-6, 4. Vail (SOV) 17-7, 5. Reid (MER) 17-7

Triple jump-1. Keown (SH), 2. CAM, 3. SOV, 4. SOV, 5. Meridian

3200 relay-1. Meridian 8:38, 2. Shelby 8:42, 3. SOV 10:09, 4. SOV 10:43

400 relay-1. CAM, 2. SOV, 3. SOV, 4. Meridian

3200 run-1. Yockey (SH) 10:02.94, 3. Foor (SH) 10:34.82, 4. Powers (MER) 10:38,58, 5. Stockdale (SH) 10:38.86

100 hurdles-McConnell (SH), 2. Ballinger (CAM), 3. Mitchell (SOV), Collins (MER), 5. SOV

100 dash-1. Miller (SH) 11.0, 2. Pokalsey (CAM) 11.39, 3. Scott (MER) 11.40, 4. Hendryx (SH) 11.87, 5. Hawkins (SOV) 11.97

800 run-1. Snarski (MER), 2. Matlock (SH), 3. Lehman (SOV), 4. Henze (SH), 5. Shields (SOV)

400 dash-1. Pokalsey (CAM) 4:46.44, 2. Collier (MER) 55.2, 3. Scott (MER) 57.11, 4. Miner (SH) 58.54,

300 hurdles-1. McConnell (SH) 46.43, 2. Collins (MER), 3. Black (CAM), 4. Ballinger (CAM), 5. Cameron (SOV)

1600 run-1. Snarski (MER) 4:46.44, 2. Martin (SH) 4:47.83, 4. Skinner (SH) 4:49.75, 5. Yockey (SH) 4:50.09

200 dash-1. Miller (SH), 2. Pokalsey (CAM), 3. Vail (SOV), 4. Hendryx (SH)

1600 relay-1. Meridian 3:44.76, 2. Shelby 4:02.05, 3. SOV 4:04.61, 4. CAM 4:13.70

800 relay-1. CAM, 2. St. T, 3. Meridian, 4. SOV

GIRLS

Team Scores: 1. St. T 129, 2. CAM 122, 3. SOV 78, 4. Shelbyville 29, 5. Meridian 8

Individual results:

Shot put-1. Stringer (CAM) 32-5, 3. Maples (CAM) 31-7.5, 4. Hilton (CAM) 31-4.5, 5. Emel (SOV) 24-9.5

Discus-1. Stringer (CAM) , 2. CAM, 3. Meridian, 5. Shelby

High jump-1. Dash (SOV) 5-1, 2. Postin (CAM) 4-6, 3. Powers (SH) 4-4, 5. Uphoff (SOV) 4-4

Pole vault-1. CAM

Long jump-1. McClain (SOV) 16-8.5, 2. Bowman (SOV) 14-9

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