Preps wrap: Quinn has nation’s top time

  • Wednesday, April 9, 2014

File Fort Dorchester sprinter Jasmine Quinn turned in the top high school time in the nation Saturday for the girls’ 100-meter hurdles.

A Fort Dorchester senior turning in the nation’s fastest time for the 100-meter hurdles and the Swamp Foxes winning on the diamond headline last week’s high school sports action.

Fort Dorchester sprinter Jasmine Quinn ran the nation’s fastest time in the 100 hurdles Saturday. During the Father Kelly Classic held at Bishop England High School, Quinn had a 13.33 finish to win the event and set a personal best time.

Quinn also won the 100 dash with an 11.93 time and the 200 dash with a 24.63 time. She won the girls’ long jump with an 18-11.00 mark.

Summerville’s Imagine Patterson won the 400 with a 1:00.43 time.

Pinewood’s Maryah Nasir won the 1,600 with a 5:13.16 time and placed second in the 800.

Wando tallied 88 points to win the girls’ meet. Spring Valley (82) placed second and Summerville (56) placed third. Fort Dorchester (51.5) placed fifth while Ashley Ridge (24) placed 10th and Pinewood Prep (23) placed 11th out of 24 teams.

Wando (92.5) also won the boys’ meet. Fort Dorchester (69) placed second while Summerville (44.5) placed sixth, Ashley Ridge (23) placed 11th and Pinewood (3) placed 20th out of 22 teams.

Fort Dorchester’s Jerod Lacy won the boys’ 800 with a 2:01.87 time. The Patriot 4x800 relay team of Alexander Armstrong, Stephen Gillette, Jerod Lacy and Jhaimin Mackey won with an 8:09.26 time.

On the baseball diamond, Ashley Ridge defeated Colleton County 9-2 Friday. Josh Church (3-0) had the pitching win for the Swamp Foxes, which improved to 11-2 with a 4-1 mark in Region 8-AAAA. Colleton County fell to 4-10, 1-4.

Wesley Aschenbrenner was 2 for 4 at the plate with a double and 4 RBIs for the Swamp Foxes. Aaron Miller was 2 for 2 at bat with a double.

Other Top 5 Father Kelly Track finishes:


Anya Bunao placed second in the 1,600.

Anna Fuller placed second in the 400 hurdles.

Renee Bourgeois placed fourth in the 3,200.

The Lady Green Wave 4x400 relay team placed fourth.

The Lady Green Wave 4x800 relay team placed third.

Sara Dixon placed fourth in the shot put and third in the discus throw.

Braylon Wilkerson placed third in the 400.

Cameron Morgan placed fourth in the 800.

Tameric Blockmon placed third in the 110 hurdles.

The boys’ 4x400 relay team placed second.

The boys 4x800 relay team placed second.


JaQuanna King placed third in the long jump.

Zari Cosby placed fifth in the long jump.

Josiah Johnson placed second in the 100 and the long jump.

Stephen Gillette placed second in the 800.

Olin Ravenel II placed second in the 400 hurdles and third in the triple jump.

The boys’ 4x400 relay team placed third.


Shannon Carroll placed second in the 400.

Brenna Swartz placed third in the high jump and fifth in the 100 hurdles.

Jackson Ellenburg placed second in the 1,600 and 3,200.

The boys 4x800 relay team placed third.

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