2010-05-13 / Sports

Girls Track & Field

County Schools Participate

In Championships

Southern Fulton Lady Indians had an outstanding day and garnered a secondplace finish on Monday at the Inter-County Conference track and field championships held in Bellwood. The 3200 relay team comprised of Jenna Hollenshead, Mariah Hill, Lacey Beatty and Amy Bard set a meet record of 10:30.79 and also clinched top honors, while Bard went on to set a meet record in the 800 meter, recording a time of 2:27.95. Bard went on to place second in the 400 meter, and Hollenshead was third in the 1600 meter and 800 meter. Hollenshead and Bard along with Cierra Covalt and Courtney Strait took second as the 1600-meter relay squad. Kelsie Truax and Caitie Mellott, respectively, placed second in the 100 hurdles and third in the 200 meter. Crystal Appel racked up a first-place win in shot put for Southern Fulton.

McConnellsburg participated in the championships finishing in 10th place with Jessica Nero tied for a thirdplace win in the pole vault. For the Lady Cardinals, Olivia Mills placed the highest of her teammates, finishing in sixth-place in the 200 meter.

Chestnut Ridge 92

Southern Fulton 56

Amy Bard and Lacey Beatty both picked up two first-place wins for the Southern Fulton Indians during a 92-56 loss to Chestnut Ridge. Bard won the 100 and 400 meter, while Beatty took the 1600 meter and 3200 meter. Jenna Hollenshead and Kelsie Truax placed first in the 800 meter and 100 hurdles, respectively, while the 1600 relay team of Courtney Strait, Cierra Covalt, Hollenshead and Bard also took first place. Crystal Appel and Chelsie Eader finished with top honors in the shot put and javelin.

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