Monday, April 21, 2014
Cane Bay and Fort Dorchester turned in a Top 3 performance during the Cane Bay Invitational track and field meet April 12.
The Cobra boys and girls placed third in their respective meets. The Patriot boys’ placed second while the Lady Patriots placed eighth. The Summerville girls placed fifth while the Green Wave boys placed sixth.
Bishop England won the girls’ meet, tallying 91 points more than second place Ashley Hall. On the boys’ side, Hanahan garnered 30 points more than Fort Dorchester to claim the boys’ team trophy.
Cane Bay’s Rashad Andrews won the 110 hurdles. Devin Dingle placed second in the 400-meter dash. Najee Walker placed second in the 800. Jordan West placed third in the 400 hurdles.
The Cane Bay 4x400 relay team won. The Cobra 4x100 relay team placed third.
Fort Dorchester took the top two spots in the boys’ 1,600 with Jhaimin Mackey winning the event and Stephen Gillette placing second. Alexander Armstrong won the 3,200 and Jesse Tortorella placed third. Olin Ravenel II won the 400 hurdles and the triple jump. Jacob Hutchinson won the pole vault. Josiah Johnson won the long jump. Wasif Al-Khamaiseh placed third in the shot put.
The Patriot 4x400 relay team placed second.
Summerville’s William Luck placed second in the high jump and third in the triple jump. Trey Dimuzio placed third in the 1,600. Tarref Dorsey placed third in the pole vault. Devonte Rumph placed second in the triple jump.
The Green Wave 4x800 relay team won.
On the girls’ side, Cane Bay’s Sydney Hickert placed second in the pole vault. Brittney Logan placed third in the 400. Danielle Cruz-Dennis placed second in the 800 and Jessica West placed third.
The Lady Cobra 4x400 relay team and 4x800 relay team placed second.
Summerville’s Imagine Patterson placed second in the 400. Natalie Biering placed second in the 100 hurdles. Reeves Goettee placed third in the high jump. Sumarah Mazyck placed second in the shot put.
Fort Dorchester’s Autumn Stone placed third in the 1,600. Zari Cosby placed third in the long jump. Kristin Lodge placed third in the shot put and discus throw.
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