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May 14, 2014

Sports briefs for Wednesday, May 14

Cass girls take 3rdin MIC track meet

MARION — Lewis Cass’ girls track and field team earned a third-place finish in the Mid-Indiana Conference meet on Tuesday night at Indiana Wesleyan University.

Cass won a pair of events. Kelsey Smith won the 200-meter dash in :27.22, and Haley Johnson, Gabi Carney, Brooke Langley and Claire Crum teamed to win the 4x800 relay in 10:06.74.

”Fantastic night for Smith,” Cass coach Grace Scott said. “She was second on the 100, first in the 200 and ran great legs for the second-place finishing 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams.

”I am incredibly proud of our third-place team finish. The girls fought hard for every point scored.”

Northwestern won the girls title with a score of 132. Hamilton Heights was second with 100, Cass (82) edged Western (81) for third, and Maconaquah (77), Eastern (69), Peru (63) and Taylor (12) rounded out the standings.

• Western won the boys title with a score of 152. Hamilton Heights (119), Maconaquah (95) and Eastern (81) rounded out the top four and were followed by Northwestern (74.5), Cass (60), Peru (34.5) and Taylor (8).

Cass’ Cody Campbell won the discus with a fling of 147-11.

Pioneer, Tri-Countysplit track meet

ROYAL CENTER — Pioneer competed with Tri-County in a track meet on Tuesday. The Panthers won the girls event 81-46, while the Cavaliers edged the Panthers 67-65 in the boys event.

Pioneer freshman Maddie Kiser was a quadruple winner, placing first in the 100-meter dash, 400 dash, 200 dash and in the 1,600 relay along with Maddie Boucher, Sarah Dorris and Bailey Storey. Storey also won the high jump and 300 hurdles. Dorris took first in the 800 and 100 hurdles. Other first-place finishers for the Lady Panthers were Mati DeWitt in the shot put, Monica Compton in the shot put, and Kari Parmeter in the long jump.

Blake Johnson won the high jump and long jump for the Panthers in the boys meet. Justin Mersch was first in the 100. The 3200 relay team of Dylan Bice, Jonathan Phillips, Matthew Williams, and Jacob Vanhorn won, and the 1,600 relay team of Mersch, Phillips, Jeremy Patty and Bice was also first.

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