HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Wahama and Hannan track teams competed in the Last Chance Meet at Huntington High Tuesday night.
The Wahama boy’s team took first place with a score of 160, followed by Cabell Midland (99), Hurricane (91), and Lincoln County (51). Hannan took fifth place with 41 points, just ahead of Huntington High (29), and Teays Valley Christian (8).
Hurricane won the girls competition with a score of 157, followed by Huntington High (85) and Teays Valley Christian (70). Wahama took fourth place with a score of 58, followed by Hannan with a score of 10, and Lincoln County with a score of eight.
Wahama had first place finishes in the boys events and Hannan had one.
Wahama’s Zack Killingsworth (40-09.50) won the shot put event while Neal Crandale won the long jump (20-01.75). Terry Jewell finished third in the discus throw (92-08), while Tannor Decker took second in the 110m hurdles (17.91). Ian Kapp finished first in the 3200m with a time of 11:34.44, followed by teammate Chris Bell with a time of 12:21.39. Jacob Ortiz took first in the 100m dash (11:64) and finished second in the 400m dash (56.58) behind teammate Jacob Buzzard (55.49). Benny Youkers took first in the 200m dash with a time of 25.97. Colton Neal tied for second in the high with a jump of 5-04.
Wahama had four boys relay squads take first place on the night. The 4x100m team of Buzzard, Youkers, Ortiz, and Crandale finished first with a time of 46.32, while the 4x200m team of Buzzard, Michael Hendricks, Ortiz, and Crandel finished first with a time of 1:38.34. The 4x800m team of Kapp, Hendricks, Anthony Howard, and Jonathan Ohlinger won with a time of 9:50.10, and the 4x110m shuttle hurdle team of Decker, Kaleb Petry, Jewell, and Neal took first with a time of 1:09.55.
Hannan’s Ryan Meadows won the high jump with a jump of 5-06, ahead of teammate Adam Wilson who finished with a jump of 5-04. The Hannan 4x800m relay team finished third with a time of 11:49.94, while the 4x200m relay team of Ryan Meadows, Paul White, Zac Camp, and Charles Mayes finished third (1:47.36).
The Wahama girls squad had two first place finishes.
The Lady Falcons’ Kelsey Zuspan took first in the 100m dash (13.18), while Bunni Peters took second in the 800m (3:11.09), and Casey Gilbert finished third with in the 1600m (8:48.53).
The Wahama 4x800m team of Gilbert, Peters, Taylor Templeton, and Cheyenne Thacker finished first with a time of 14:27.02, while the 4x100m team of Kearaa Clay, Kaylee Howard, Thacker, and Teampleton finished second (1:06.49), and the 4x102.5m team of Peters, Howard, Thacker, and Templeton finished second (1:14.78).
Hannan’s Pamela Black finished third in the 300m hurdles with a time of 1:00.49.
Full results can be found at www.runwv.com