WMS track teams streak to wins at Forsyth Invitational

The Washington Middle School Track and Field team dominated the 16-team Forsyth Invitational earlier this month, taking home 16 first-place finishes. The seventh-grade girls’ team finished first overall, and the seventh-grade boys, eighth -grade girls, and eighth-grade girls each took home second place. The Broncos and Broncettes are coached by Aaron Essex.

 

Seventh-Grade Girls

Chloe Sutter jumped out as the lone individual first-place finisher for the seventh-grade girls with her time of 35.57 in the 200m hurdles. The Miles City 4x100 relay (1:00.38) and 4x200 relay (2:16.38) teams also finished first in their events. Miles City finishers are listed below.

100m – Kadence Lockie – 14.78 – third place

200m – Kadence Lockie – 32.22 – third place

100m hurdles – Haley Hould – 20.44 – fourth place

200m hurdles – Julianna Carr – 38.24 – third place

200m hurdles – Haley Hould – 38.94 – fifth place

800m – Kiala Hirsch – 3:08.08 – third place

1600m – Kiala Hirsch – 6:54.96 – fourth place

4x100 relay – Miles City – 1:04.80 – fourth place

Long jump – Kaylee Hirsch – 12’3.5” – fourth place

Triple jump – Kadence Lockie – 25’7.5” – third place

Triple jump – Haley Hould – 24’2” – sixth place

High jump – Julianna Carr – 3’10” – third place

High jump – Haley Hould – 3’8” – T-fourth place

Shot put – Emily Mansfield – 19’.5” – sixth place

Discus – Emily Mansfield – 50’2.5” – fourth place

 

Seventh-Grade Boys

Thomas Baker earned a first-place finish in the 200m hurdles with a 36.43 time, while the two Miles City 4x200m relay teams took the top two spots with 2:06.23 and 2:13.53 times respectively. The seventh grade boys’ team finished second overall.

In the field events, Aiden Cline triple-jumped his way to a 28’9” finish to round out the seventh grade boys’ first place medals. Miles City finishers are listed below.

 

100m – Thomas Vermiere – 14.30 – fourth place

100m – Benjamin Glasscock – 14.48 – fifth place

200m – Thomas Vermiere – 30.29 – fifth place

800m – Damon Miller – 2:48.83 – third place

1600m – Jaiden Pierce – 6:22.54 – fourth place

100m hurdles – Dalton Tvedt – 20.08 – second place

100m hurdles – Thomas Vermiere – 21.04 – fourth place

4x100m relay – Miles City – 58.55 – second place

4x100m relay – Miles City – 1:02.28 – third place

Long jump – Aidan Cline – 14’11.5” – second place

Triple jump – Benjamin Glasscock – 23’9.33 – third place

High jump – Benjamin Glasscock – 4’2” – third place

 

Eighth-Grade Girls

The eighth grade girls’ team finished second overall and brought in five first place finishes, led by Sarissah Hagemeister with a 2:50.5 finish in the 800m and a 6:15.16 time in the 1600m distance runs.

Harley Meged took just 18.74 seconds to finish first in the 100m hurdles, and the relay teams dominated with the 4x200 team finishing at 2:13.73 and the 4x100 team coming in at 59.04. Both relay teams crossed the finish ribbon more than ten seconds ahead of the second place finishers. Miles City finishers are listed below.

 

100m – Natalie Muri – 14.56 – third place

100m –  Carmella Prete – 15.13 – sixth place

200m – Taylor Lee – 32.23 – fourth place

200m – Carmella Prete – 32.34 – fifth place

400m – Skyler David – 1:16.87 – second place

800m – Skylar David – 3:02.14 – third place

100m hurdles – Alexis Hagemeister – 20.87 – fourth place

200m hurdles – Harley Meged – 35.42 – third place

200m hurdles – Alexis Hagemeister – 41.04 – sixth place

4x200 relay – Miles City – 2:23.21 – second place

4x100 relay – Miles City – 1:03.56

Triple jump – Natalie Muri – 24’.75 – third place

Triple jump – Ryleigh Simonsen – 24’.5 – fourth place

High jump – Abby Nowicki – 3’8” – second place

Shot put – Haley Harding – 24’ – sixth place

Discus – Hailie Bass – 64’5” – second place

Discus – Haley Harding – 52’11” – sixth place

 

Eighth-Grade Boys

The second place boys’ team took home four first-place finishes, led by the 4x200 relay at 1:58.27 and the 4x100 relay with a 52.47 finish, nearly three seconds ahead of the second place team.

Jayden Venable crushed the 100m hurdles, winning by 10 seconds with an 18.08 time, and Anthony Ray hit 4’10” for first in the high jump. Miles City finishers are listed below.

 

100m – Carson Hunter – 13.13 – second place

200m – Brennan Hager – 29.80 – third place

800m – Teagen Williams – 2:48.40 – third place

800m – Charlie Swogger – 3.12.60 – fourth place

1600m – Teagen Williams 6:07.14 – third place

1600m – Charlie Swogger – 6:49.93 – fifth place

100m hurdles – Dylan Holmlund – 20.69 – fourth place

4x100 relay – Miles City – 55.64 – third place

Long jump – Carson Hunter – 16’4” – second place

Long jump – Anthony Ray – 15’9” – fifth place

Triple jump – Anthony Ray – 32’4.5” – third place

Triple jump – Carson Hunter – 31’5.75” – fifth place

Triple jump – Clancy Smith – 30’3.5” – sixth place

Shot put – Anthony Ray – 26’3” – fourth place

Shot put – Jesse Chapweske – 25’9.5” – fifth place

Shot put – Talen Miller – 25’ – sixth place

Discus – Anthony Ray – 84’4.5” – second place

Discus – Jesse Chapweske – 77’9” – fifth place