100 DASH

2. Carter Hawkins, CEN, 13.30 (PR)

8. Taylor Carrico, CEN, 14.24

 

200 DASH

2. Carter Hawkins, CEN, 27.96 (SR)

10. Scarlett Fox CEN, 29.93

 

400 DASH

2. Schuylar Hatton, CEN, 1:01.48 (SR)

5. Gracie Schultz, CEN, 1:08.04

 

800 RUN

5. Schyler Angell, CEN, 2:36.35

6. Mara Davis, CEN, 2:41.16

 

1,600 RUN

5. Schyler Angell, CEN, 5:58.98 (PR)

10. Chris Heimann, CEN, 6:21.36

 

3,200 RUN

7. Kylee Walters, CEN, 14:04.74

10. Chris Heimann, CEN, 14:17.23

 

100 HURDLES

1. Carter Simkins, 16.86, CEN (SR)

2. Mary Kate Bennett, CEN, 17.54

 

300 HURDLES

1. Carter Simkins, CEN, 49.93 (SR)

2. Claire Bennett, CEN, 52.01

 

4 x 100 RELAY

1. CEN, 53.65

 

4 x 200 RELAY

2. CEN, 4:23.0

 

4 x 800 RELAY

3. CEN, 10:54.16

 

SHOT PUT

1. Lacey Pavlak, CEN, 39-11.5

2. Baylee Beard, CEN, 38-09.5

 

DISCUS

1. Lacey Pavlak, CEN, 107-04

2. Claire Hunter, CEN, 102-01

 

JAVELIN

3. Gwendolyn Bostick, CEN, 109-07

5. Mary Kate Bennett, CEN, 105-01 (PR)

 

HIGH JUMP

3. Anna Romine, CEN, 4-10.0

4. Schuylar Hatton, CEN, 4-08.0

 

POLE VAULT

1. Carter Hawkins, CEN, 10-06.0

 

LONG JUMP

4. Anna Romine, CEN, 14-05.5

 

TRIPLE JUMP

6. Anna Romine, CEN, 29-06.75

7. Elly Crum, CEN, 28-10.5

 

 

COACHES COMMENTS:

"(The) girls dominated for a fourth season in a row (Senior girls of Schylar Hatton--Claire Hunter--Gwen Bostick-- Carter Simkins have never lost a Conference Track meet.," said coach Jim Newsted. "The girls knew going into this meet that they would have to pick up the slack with out top point getter Lynsie Curtis, who has suffered a stress fractures in her right leg, and was CCC Track Athlete of the year as a freshmen ( and tied with Schylar Hatton) and as a Sophomore. Pick up the slack they did.

They ended the night with 13/18 events being All Conference Marks and 13 total Girls Earning All Conference Honors and like the boys the girls used depth to pick up 27 points on the bottom half of places. I could not be any prouder then watching our girls every year step up at the biggest meet of the year. With only four seniors these girls have a lot of promise in the years to come."