Thomas Jefferson 8th-grade results
Friday, April 19, 2013
The Thomas Jefferson eighth grade track and field teams swept a triangular meet with Rolla and Waynesville on Friday at Thomas Jefferson.
On the girls side, the Lady Patriots racked up 85 points to Rolla’s 53 and Waynesville’s 15.
Queen Robinson (75-meter hurdles and 100-meter dash), Naomi Kerkula (200-meter dash and long jump) and Madison Spradlin (shot put and discus) each won two events for Thomas Jefferson.
In the boys portion of the meet, the Patriots won with 94.5 points, compared to 47.5 for Rolla and 13 for Waynesville 13.
Jackson Schwartz (800-meter run and 1,600-meter run), Carson Ridgeway (200-meter dash and high jump) and Matthew Andrews (shot put and discus) were double-winners for Thomas Jefferson.
Here are the top winners for Thomas Jefferson in the event:
75-meter hurdles: 1. Queen Robinson, 12.98.
100-meter dash: 1. Robinson, 13.68.
4x100-meter run: 1. Thomas Jefferson (Elisa Arriaga, Naomi Kerkula, Madison Spradlin, Robinson), 55.42.
800-meter run: 1. Brianne Bechtel, 2:55.83.
200-meter dash: 1. Kerkula, 28.62.
Long jump: 1. Kerkula, 14-4.
Triple jump: 1. Arriaga, 26-5.
Pole vault: 1. Rachel Holt, 5-6.
Shot put: 1. Spradlin, 33-0.
Discus: 1. Spradlin, 76-2.
100-meter hurdles: 1. Tristan Thompson, 18.45.
100-meter dash: 1. Adam Huff, 12.33.
4x200-meter relay: 1. Thomas Jefferson (Carson Ridgeway, Thompson, Nile Weadick, Huff), 1:45.38.
1,600-meter run: 1. Jackson Schwartz, 5:06.10.
4x100-meter relay: 1. Thomas Jefferson (Ridgeway, Thompson, Weadick, Huff), 50.01.
400-meter dash: 1. Heath Amick, 1:04.26.
800-meter run: 1. Schwartz, 2:25.57.
200-meter dash: 1. Ridgeway, 26.22.
4x400-meter run: 1. Thomas Jefferson (Weadick, Amick, Jayden Walker, Schwartz), 4:23.14.
High jump: 1. Ridgeway, 4-8.
Pole vault: 1. Colton Hart, 8-0.
Shot put: 1. Matthew Andrews, 39-6.
Discus: 1. Andrews, 113-2.
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