Wilkinson, Bailey lead way for Wave track teams

  • Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Summerville’s Braylon Wilkinson builds up steam during his leg of the boys’ 4x400 relay race Saturday.

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The Green Wave had some success in the field and relay events during this year’s state track and field championships.

Summerville placed in four individual events and three relay events during the 2014 South Carolina High School League Class AAAA Championship Meet last weekend.

Junior Braylon Wilkinson led the way for the Wave, helping Summerville earn points in three events. The junior placed sixth in the boys’ 400-meter race with a 49.62 finish.

Wilkinson teamed up with Marc Alvarado, Cameron Morgan, Daniel Smith, Justice Sanders and Malcolm Holland to help the Green Wave 4x400 relay team to a fourth-place (3:27.20) finish. Wilkinson also joined Trey Dimuzio, Justin Lodge, Sanders, Alvarado and Morgan on the 4x800 relay team that placed fourth with an 8:11.66 time.

Junior Zack Bailey also earned points for Summerville in multiple events. He placed second in the boys’ shot put with a 54-foot effort and placed sixth in the discus with a 148-07 mark.

The Summerville boys tallied 24 points to place eighth behind Northwestern (92.50), Wando (50), Sumter (35), Dorman (31) Fort Dorchester (28), Spartanburg (28), and North Augusta (28).

Summerville’s Sumarah Mazyck placed fifth in the girls’ shot put with a 34-05.00 mark. The Lady Green Wave 4x800 relay team of Renee Bourgeois, Anya Bunao, Sommer McKenzie, Abby Bozarth, Anna Fuller and Imagine Patterson placed fourth with a 9:57.98 time.

The Summerville girls finished 20th in the team standings with 9 points. JL Mann won the girls’ meet with 71 points.

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