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The HCHS track & field teams competed in a multi-team meet at Daviess County High in Owensboro last Thursday.
Isabella “Izzy” Ross won both the 800 meters and the mile as the middle schooler continues to win on the varsity level.
Ross won the 800 in 2:37, winning by less than one second over Daviess County’s top runner.
Ross won the 1600 (mile) in 5:47. Juliana Nevitt was seventh in 7:15, and Della Nevitt was eighth in 7:44.
“Izzy was impressive holding off late charges by the DC runners in both the mile and 800. This was a big win for her,” HCHS coach Chris Hawkins said.
Alex Kratzer placed second in the 300 meter hurdles in 54.16. Isabella Tichenor of Henderson won in 53.31.
Sydney Weatherholt was fourth in the 400 meters in 1:11, while Erica Lindsey was fifth in 1:13. Hayden Tichenor of Henderson won in 1:03.
Alaina Rudd was fifth in the 200 meters in 33.82, and Halee Duff was eighth in 35.50. Kyra Rowan of DCHS won in 26.63.
Kratzer was fourth in the long jump at 13–05.5. Hayden Tichenor won at 15–05.25. Kratzer was second in the triple jump with a distance of 29–10.25. Tichenor won at 30 feet.
Kratzer was sixth in the girls 100 meter dash in 14.59 seconds. Natalia Davis of Henderson won in 13.18. Duff was eighth in 15.99 and Rudd ninth in 16.16.
Leelee Board was fourth in the 100 meter hurdles in 24.20. Tichenor won in 18.22.
The HCHS 4×400 relay team was second behind DCHS in 4:48. Runners were Weatherholt, Lindsey, Rudd and Ross.
Emily McCormick was ninth in the shot put with a throw of 19–05.5, while Allyson McCormick was an inch behind in 10th. Mackenzie Basham was 12th at 16–10.5. Ashby Greenwell of Henderson won at 34–06.
Emily McCormick was seventh in the discus with a throw of 55 feet. Basham was 14th at 36–02, and Allyson 15th at 35–07. Greenwell won at 104–10.5.
The HCHS 4×800 relay team placed third in 12:19. Names were not listed.
Henderson won the girls team title with 214 points. Hancock was third with 91 points. Six teams competed.
“I am very proud of all our athletes and we are in a good place heading into region,” Hawkins said.
Sebastain Fredell was second in the 110 meter hurdles in 17.88 seconds. Eli Early of Owensboro won in 16.81.
Alex Basham was second in the long jump with a leap of 17–07.25. Braydon Wathan was seventh at 14–07.5 and Hayden Shearn eighth at 14–01. Akarie Stokley of Owensboro won at 17–08.
Cooper Jones was fourth in the 400 meters in 57.76, and Hayden Shearn was 10th in 1:08. Jaheim Williams of Henderson won in 51.98.
Basham was fourth in the triple jump with a distance of 35–02. Wathan was seventh at 30–11. Elliot Evans won at 41–08.
Adam Gregory was fifth in the shot put with a throw of 36–02.5 feet. Luke Pritchard was seventh at 32–05.5, Jaxson Morris 10th at 31–05, James Singleton 16th at 29–02, and Connor Szefi 20th at 24 feet. Bryce Tapp of Henderson won at 44 feet.
Gregory was seventh in the discus with a throw of 98–11. Pritchard was 10th at 89–07, Singleton 11th at 86–02, Morris 18th at 72–10, and Szefi 20th at 62–02. Hunter Hagan of Henderson won at 116 feet.
Jones was 12th in the 200 meters in 26.33. Alex Basham was 15th in 27.53, Matthew Carroll 16th in 28.73, and Shearn 17th in 29.30. Reece Carroll of Owensboro won in 22.84.
Hunter Stephens was 11th in the 1600 meters in 5:42. Noah Henson 14th in 5:50 and Austin Kellems 15th in 5:51. Landon Harper of Muhlenberg won in 4:54. Kellems was seventh in the 3200 in 13:54. Aidan Taylor of DCHS won in 11:12.
Henson was 12th in the 800 meters in 2:34, and Stephens was 13th in 2:35. Brady Terry of DCHS won in two minutes.
Carroll was 15th in the 100 meter dash in 13.10. Basham was 16th in 13.11, and Wathen 17th in 13.46. Williams of Henderson won in 11.46.
Daviess County won the boys team title with 150.5 points. Hancock was sixth with 51 points. Seven teams competed.
By Steve Wimmer