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April 30, 2013

A&M Boys Win Macon County, Girls 2nd

Central A&M boys strutted their superiority at the Macon County Meet on Thursday, while the Raider girls had to battle their nemesis and settle for second.

CAM boys dominated, scoring 140 points, 53 points ahead of the 2nd place team. The Raider girls scored 184 points, but were 2nd to St. Teresa (208).

Jason Pokalsey led the Raider boys by winning three events and breaking a school record in one of them. Pokalsey ran a school record-setting 49.69 in the quarter. He swept the other two sprints, the 100 dash (11.52) and the 200 dash (2:09). Zack Ballinger won the 110 hurdles (17.12) and was 2nd in the 300 hurdles (45.59).

Three other Raiders had double success. Trent Chepan won the shot put (46-1) and was 2nd in the discus (126-8). Ryan Houser won the discus (131-6) and was 2nd in the pole vault (9-0). Chaylin Simms was 1st in the pole vault (11-0) and 3rd in the 300 hurdles (45.72)

Taylor Adcock was 1st in the 100 dash (12.75), the 100 hurdles (16.18) and the 300 hurdles (45.87) again, but it couldn't carry the Lady Raiders past St. T. Kaitlyn Corzine was 2nd in both hurdle events and the Raider relays had three 2nd place finishes and won the 4x4.

Genny Rose Stringer won the discus (129-7) and was 2nd in the shot (32-11). Mikaela Cole was 1st in the pole vault (8-9) and was 2nd in the quarter (1:03.96). Paige Seitz and Allie Heaton had 3rd place finishes in the 800 (2:35) and 1600 (5:54.01) runs, respectively. But, it still wasn't enough to edge St. T.

Macon County Meet

BOYS

Team scores: 1. Central A&M 140, 2. Meridian 87, 3. Argenta 80, 4. Warrensburg 64, 5. Maroa 64, 6. St. Teresa 48, 7. Sangamon Valley 47, 8. Cerro Gordo 14

A&M results: 100 dash-1. Pokalsey 11.52; 200 dash-1. Pokalsey 2.09; 400 dash-Pokalsey 49.69; 110 hurdles-1. Ballinger 17.12; 300 hurdles-2. Ballinger 45.59, 3. Simms 45.72; 4x1 relay-2. CAM 48.81; High jump-1. O'Brien 6-0; Shot put-1. Chepan 46-1; Discus-1. Houser 131-6, 2. Chepan 126-8; Pole vault-1. Simms 11-0, 2. Houser 9-0

GIRLS

Team scores: 1. St. Teresa 208, 2. Central A&M 184, 3. Argenta 53, 4. Cerro Gordo, 5. Sangamon Valley 37, 6. Meridian 7, 7. Warrensburg 4

A&M results: 100 dash-1. Adcock 12.75; 400 dash-2. Cole 1:03.96; 800 run-3. Seitz 2:35.0; 1600 run-3. Heaton 5:54.01; 3200 run-Heaton 13:13.79; 100 hurdles-1. Adcock 16.18, 2. Corzine 16.56; 300 hurdles-1. Adcock 45.87, 2. Corzine 47.93; 4x1 relay-2. CAM 53.5; 4x2 relay-2. CAM 1:52; 4x4 relay-1. CAM 4:07.99; 4x8 relay-2. CAM 10:57.38; High jump-2. Bailey 4-10; Long jump-2. Sparrgrove 14-3; Shot put-2. Stringer 32-11; Discus-1. Stringer 129-7; Pole vault-1. Cole 8-9

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