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Lee among top KIL track-field efforts


Championship performances from one Farragut Admiral, private school track success throughout plus some No. 1 efforts from the new public school highlighted 2009 KIL Track and Field meet at The University of Tennessee’s Tom Black Track April 22-23.

For the boys, Farragut’s Max Lee won the long jump (20-09.50) and triple jump (40-04.25), while FHS’s Grant Blevins captured pole vault (10-06). The duo helped the Admirals finish fifth.

Justin Emerson of Christian Academy of Knoxville was double winner in the 100 dash (10.81) and 200 dash (22.23), while teammate Marcus Walker was high jump champ (6-02). The Warriors’ 4 X 100 relay team also won (43:33.2) as did its 4 X 400 (3:28.39). CAK was fourth behind champ West.


Webb’s John Anderson was 110 hurdles champ (15.06), while Hardin Valley Academy’s Edward Dutton won 300 hurdles (39.34). The Hawks also captured the 4 X 800 relay (8:36.35.2). Sam Shaughnessy’s No. 2 finish in 1600 helped Bearden take sixth.

For the girls, wins from Majorie Butler came in 300-hurdles (45:83) and 100-hurdles (15.29) for team No. 2 Webb, along with Elle Brewer’s 3200 win (11:43.04). Also grabbing two first-place wins was Emily Yarnell of Hardin Valley Academy in the 100-dash (12.23) and 200-dash (25:03), leading HVA to fourth-place behind No. 1 West.

Rebecca Stover of Bearden was 1600 run champ (5:20.57), while teammate Mary Hirst was high jump top girl (5-04.00). Knoxville Catholic’s Megan Ferowich won the 800 run (2:19.60), while KCHS’s Renee Haggert took pole vault honors (8.06.00). Relay team success was highlighted by CAK’s top effort in 4 X 400 (4:10.13.2).

FHS’s girls took third behind Alex Newby’s No. 2 finish in 1600.

 

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