Talasky sets meet record in 200 at Kane Invitational
KANE – It was a record-setting day for TerryLee Talasky at the Kane Invitational on Saturday.
The senior sprinter won the 100, 200 and 400, setting a meet record in the 200 with a time of 25.93.
The 200 turned out to be one of the most exciting races of the day, with Talasky edging Bradford’s Ashton McGriff, who clocked in at 25.99.
Talasky’s time of 59.06 in the 400 easily outpaced second-place finisher Evelyn Cobaugh of Johnsonburg (1:03.06), while her time in the 100 (12.69) edged out Arianna Kleppinger of St. Marys.
“TerryLee had a great day on the track,” said Eisenhower coach Darlene Beach.
Other Eisenhower place winners were Delaney Nizzi in the 100 hurdles (4th, 18.02), an event won by Taylor Newton of Elk County Catholic (17.32), as well as Nizzi in the 300 hurdles, where she also finished fourth.
Lydia Giannini came in ninth in the shot put (27-11.5), while Currie Hultman finished 10th in the javelin, an event won by Kane’s Trinity Clark, whose throw of 165-3 is the best in the United States by a high school female.
The 1600 relay team finished fourth, the 3200 relay team sixth and the 400 relay team seventh.
As a team, the Lady Knights finished sixth in the 12-team field.
For the boys, Caleb Robinault ran the 400 in a time of 57.09, good for fifth place, while Thomas Baran finished sixth in the 800 (2:19.7), Jonah Samuelson fourth in both the 110 hurdles (16.99) and 300 hurdles (42.89) Jared Martone sixth in the triple jump (38-5) and Nathaniel Hoffman fifth in the pole vault (11-6).
Joey Bauer finished ninth in the javelin and Carter Knapp eighth in the high jump, while the 400 and 1600 relay teams finished third and the 3200 relay team fourth.