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April 30, 2013

A&M Wins Lady Sages Meet

After getting bested at the Macon County Meet, the Central A&M girls track team claimed 1st place again, this time at the Lady Sages Meet in Monticello, Friday.

Central A&M (96 points) won the meet by almost 30 points over 2nd place Monticello (68) and 42 points over St. Teresa. Sullivan-Okaw Valley was just two points back of St. T in 4th (52). Shelbyville was 15th with nine points.

Amanda McClain of SOV won three events, the 200 dash (26.62), 400 dash (58.96), and the long jump (17-7.5). Taylor Adock of Central A&M won two events, the 100 dash (12.73) and the 300 hurdles (46.07). However, the 100 hurdles went to someone else. Adcock took 3rd behind teammate Kaitlyn Corzine, who placed 2nd in both hurdle events.

A&M's 4x400 relay also took a 1st (Sarah Bailey, Mikaela Cole, Corzine, Adcock) in 4:11.99. Genny Rose Stringer won the discus with a throw of 125-3.

The best finish Shelbyville had was a 3rd place finish by Morgan Powers in the 800 (2:27.36). She was ninth in the 400 (1:05.61)

Friday

Lady Sages Meet

Team scores: 1. Central A&M 96, 2. Monticello 68, 3. St. Teresa 54, 4. Sullivan-Okaw Valley 52, 15. Shelbyville 9

CAM, Shelby results: 100 dash- 1. Adcock (CAM) 12.73, 9. Neuhauser (SOV) 13.26, 16. Hilton (CAM) 13.85, 37. Tice (SH) 15.36; 200 dash- 1. McClain (SOV) 26.62, 2 Neuhauser (SOV) 26.65, 5. Buhrmester (SH) 27.37, 6. Dooley (CAM) 27.77, 8. Sparrgrove (CAM) 28.07, 29. Spears (SH) 32.63; 400 dash-1. McClain (SOV) 58.96, 6. Cole (CAM) 1:04.54, 8. Lamb (SOV) 1:05.31, 9. Powers (SH) 1:05.61, 10. Burcham (CAM) 1:06.16; 800 run-3. Powers (SH) 2:27.36, 5. Sloan (CAM) 2:30.71, 12. Seitz (CAM) 2:40.62; 16. Cieplik (SH) 2:43.09, 17. Car. Nuzzo (SOV) 2:43.37, 23. Marshall (SOV) 2:47.23; 1600 run-5. Heaton (CAM) 5:50.01, 6. Johnston (SH) 5:50.41, 14. Seitz (CAM) 6:05.34, 16. Yockey (CAM) 6:07.79 Cad. Nuzzo (SOV) 6:19.67, 31. Pratt (SOV) 7:18.90; 3200 run- 7. Heaton (CAM) 12:38.14, 9. Yockey (SH) 12:40.88, 15. Karraker (SH) 13:57.30, 20. Collins (CAM) 14:27.82, 28. Elder (SOV) 16:16.86; 100 hurdles-2. Corzine (CAM) 15.66, 3. Adcock (CAM) 15.76, 21. Emel (SOV) 20.44, 26. Meredith (SOV) 21.97, 27. Riddle (SH) 22.0, 28. Martin (SH) 22.17; 300 hurdles-1. Adcock (CAM) 46.07, 2. Corzine (CAM) 46.29, 16. Dash (SOV) 54.48, 23. Martin (SH) 1:01.19, 27. Riddle (SH) 1:04.61, 28. Emel (SOV) 1:04.87; 4x1 relay-2. CAM (Dooley, Corzine, Sparrgrove, Bailey) 51.59, 14. SOV (Tomczewski, Lamb, Marshall, Nuzzo) 56.42, 20. Shelby (Laskowski, Logue, Powers, Williams) 1:01.58; 4x2 relay-2. SOV (Tomczewski, Bowman, McClain, Neuhauser) 1:48.34, 4. CAM (Dooley, Hilton, Sparrgrove, Bailey) 1:52.66, 18. Shelbyville (Travis, Jennings, Oldham, Martin) 2:14.45; 4x4 relay-1. CAM (Bailey, Cole, Corzine, Adcock) 4:11.99. 7. SOV (Lamb, Nuzzo, Marshall, Neuhauser) 4:28.81, 11. Shelby (Powers, Cieplik, Powers, Buhrmester) 4:41.09; 4x8 relay-4. CAM (Cole, Burcham, Seitz, Sloan0 10:25.64; High jump-5. Dash (SOV) 4-10, 7. Bailey (CAM) 4-8; Pole vault-3. Cole (CAM) 8-6, T7. Cad. Nuzzo (SOV) 7-0, Car. Nuzzo (SOV) 7-0; Long jump-1. McClain (SOV) 17-7.5, T15. Bowman (SOV) 13-9, 29. Spears (SH) 12-4; Triple jump-4. Bowman (SOV) 32-11.5, 20. Martin (SH) 25-6.5; Shot put-7. Maples (CAM) 32-3.75, 8. Stringer (CAM) 32-3.25: Discus-1. Stringer (CAM) 125-3, 3. Maples (CAM) 111-3,

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