Sweep at home

Warren boys, girls top Youngsville

Kylie Fehlman won javelin on Tuesday in a meet against Youngsville at War Memorial Field. Photo by Mark Evans

Warren’s track and field teams dominated Tuesday en route to a sweep over Youngsville at War Memorial Field.

“Today was a windy day, but it didn’t stop us from improving all around,” said Warren coach Kevin Dustin. “We are seeing kids really getting into good form and coming along well. Our coaches have been working hard to get these kids ready down the stretch and seeing these kids progressing is a sign of their hard work. Great to see the excitement of the kids setting personal-bests.”

In the Lady Dragons’ 126-23 Region 4 victory to stay unbeaten, Adison Cullers won both the 100-meter high hurdles (18.25 seconds) and 300-meter low hurdles (51.71); Lindsay Madigan won the 100-meter dash (13.20) and triple jump (34 feet); Morgan Alexander won the 1,600 meters (5:40) and 3,200 meters (13:35.66); Kylie Fehlman won both the javelin (103-1) and shot (31-6); and Lilly Newton won the 800 meters (2:39.29), Alexia Bowers the 400 meters (1:08.5), Zoe Rodgers, discus (85-7), and Laney Gatto, pole vault (10 feet).

Youngsville’s Riley Robinault won three events — the 200 meters (27.78), high jump (4-11) and long jump (15-03).

In the Warren boys’ 103-39 win to move to 3-1 overall and 3-0 in the region, Sam Lindell won the 800 meters (2:12.91), 1,600 meters (4:45.10) and 3,200 meters (11:11.54); Parker Anderson won discus (97-11) and shot (36-5.5); and Luc Wilkins won triple jump (33-6), Adam Yeager pole vault (5-6), Reed Wilson javelin (105-1), Logan Crissey 400 meters (59.97), and Johnny Corbett 200 meters (24.73).

For Youngsville, Thomas Jukes edged Corbett in the 100-meter dash, 12.02 to 12.05; Chase Meyers won the 110-meter hurdles (16.63) and 300-meter hurdles (45.64), as well as the high jump in 5-3; and Oliver Boozer won long jump (17-2).

Warren won every relay in the meet.


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