2009-04-23 / Sports

Boys Track

Everett 60, Southern Fulton 44

Juniata Valley 112,

Southern Fulton 38

Tim Rohm led his Southern Fulton Indian teammates last Thursday during a pair of nonleague meets against Everett and Juniata Valley. Rohm had the team's lone first-place victory with a win in the 300 hurdles.

Bellwood-Antis 118, McConnellsburg 32

McConnellsburg 77,

Mount Union 70

The McConnellsburg Spartans picked up a win over Mount Union but were defeated by Bellwood Antis last Tuesday during a pair of meets. Ryan Little came through for the Spartans with several first-place finishes in the 100-, 200-, and 400-meter events and ran a leg for the winning 1600 relay team also comprised of Jeff Campbell, Dillan Gordon, and Johnny Joe Wible. Gordon, meanwhile, was victorious in the 110 and 300 hurdles, and Wible took the 800 meter. Tyler Nero captured first in the 1600 meter, and he was also a member of the 3200 relay team of Campbell, Wible and Josh Goshorn, who took top honors. Robert Shehan wrapped up the day with successful throws in the shot put and discus.

Southern Fulton 73, Tussey 64

Southern Fulton 67,

West Branch 62

Tim Rohm and Josh Wertz both picked up a pair of wins last Tuesday for the Southern Fulton Indians, who downed both the Tussey Mountain Titans and West Branch during a pair of nonleague meets. Rohm won the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles, while Wertz took the long and triple jumps and was a leg for the winning 400 meter relay team of Brian Stanley, Harry Strock and Dalton Fischer. Steven Meyer, Matt Garland, Stanley and Levi Mellott each ran a leg as the winners of the 1600 relay team, and Meyer also captured a win in the javelin. Ben Wilkinson and Nathan Smith wrapped up the day winning the discus and pole vault.

Northern Bedford 93.5,

Southern Fulton 42.5

Bellwood-Antis 141.5,

Southern Fulton 8.5

Competition from Northern Bedford and Bellwood-Antis was tough for the Southern Fulton Indians, who lost their pair of meets last Monday to their nonleague rivals. The Indians were unable to secure a first-place victory during the meets, which brought their season record to 3-5-1.

Southern Fulton 73, Hancock 63

Briar Kirk and Tim Rohm both picked up a pair of individual wins Monday evening, leading the Southern Fulton Indians onto a 10-point non-league victory over Hancock, Md. Kirk won the 1600 meter and 3200 meter and was a leg for the winning 3200 relay team of Matt Garland, Brian Stanley and Zach Swope. Meanwhile, Rohm was again triumphant in the 110 and 300 hurdles. The long jump and shot put events were respectively won by Josh Wertz and Andrew Lane, and Tim Ray took the discus.

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