Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

May 12, 2014

SMHS fairs well in sub-sectional

CROSSVILLE — The Stone Memorial track teams competed in the AAA South sub-sectional last Tuesday and Thursday at Rhea County High School.

The athletes who placed the top four of their event move onto the Sectionals  at Riverdale High School today starting at 2 p.m..

Hailey Coudriet (1600, 3200, 4x800), Kayli Priestwood (High Jump, 4x800, 300 hurdles), Lexi Hinch (4x800), Bailey Rutledge (4x800, 800), Samantha Gray (4x100), Aly McNulty (4x100), Lacey Melton (4x100), Kendall Brantley (4x100), Tiffany Cokkinias (4x800 alternate) and Brady Wattenbarger (discus) all qualified for the sectional meet.

“When we came into this season, we knew this season would be an uphill climb as we transitioned to AAA from A-AA. We made a hard schedule and today we got to see the results of that tough schedule. I am very proud of our kids for working hard each day and getting better,” said Coach Matt Bates.

The girls team finished fourth out of 13 teams, while the boys finished in 10th.

“I believe that each of these student-athletes have a great opportunity to qualify for the state meet. These athletes are all peaking at the right time. Next week should be very exciting," concluded Bates.

Other results

Brooke Bonts finished 16th in the girls discus (63-09) and 12th in the shot put (25-05).

Dakota Karge took ninth in the boys discus (91-09) and seventh in the shot put (37-03).

Brady Wattenbarger was fifth in the shot put (38-08).

Aly McNulty was fifth in the 100-meter hurdles (17.68).

Kendal Brantley was 12th in the 200-meter dash (28.98), while Hannah Turner was 17th in 30.54.

The Lady Panther 4x100 meter relay team finished third in 55.01.

The Panther 4x200 meter relay team finished sixth in 1:58.75.

The Lady Panther 4x400 meter relay team finished sixth in 4:41.66.

The Panther 4x800 meter relay team finished third in 11:08.57.

Lexi Hinch was fifth in the 800-meter run (2:42.20).

Brett Suggs finished 11th in the discus (75-08), while Riley Hunt was 13th (71-04) and 13th in the shot put (25-02.50).

Lacey Melton was sixth in the long jump (14-08) and seventh in the shot put (26-11).

Brian Frye was ninth in the 100 meter dash (11.81).

Jordan Shroeder was seventh in the 1,600-meter run (5:01.87) and eighth in the 3,200-meter run (11:16.01).

Dylan Greenwood was 15th in the 200-meter dash (25.37).

Blu Shillings was sixth in the 300-meter hurdles (46.46).

Dawson Hassler was ninth in the 3,200-meter run (11:33.76).

The Panther 4x100-meter relay team was eighth (47.25).

The Panther 4x400-meter relay team was seventh (3:54.23).

The Panther 4x800-meter relay team was seventh (9:25.96).

George Sampley was 12th in the 800 meter run (2:25.26).

Nicholas Griskenas-Miculinic was 15th in the long jump (15-09) and 10th in the triple jump (32.06). Trevor Tucker was 11th in the triple jump (31-07.50).

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