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Lake Hamilton swept the Sheridan YellowJacket Relays Tuesday winning both boys and girls divisions with 130 points each, over 20 points ahead of the second-place finishers in each division.

White Hall put up 109 points to take second place in the boys division with Pine Bluff finishing third with 91 points. Sheridan only collected 19 points in the meet for 11th overall while Lake Hamilton's B team tallied 36 to tie for seventh with Camden Fairview.

The host team finished second in the girls division with 107 points, and Camden Fairview was third with 89.

The Wolves took the top four spots in the boys pole vault with Michael Harris clearing 15 feet for first place and Hunter Johnson taking second with a height of 14 feet, six inches. J.T. Bardwell and Finn Riley took third (13 feet, 6 inches) and fourth (10 feet, 6 inches), respectively, for the B team.

Ray Hamp led the team in the shot put with a distance of 45 feet, five inches for first place. Braden Frederick was fourth with a put of 40 feet, 3 inches, and Luke Dodd picked up two points for the Wolves with a put of 37 feet, 11 inches.

Hamp also won the boys discus with a throw of 125 feet, 2 inches for 10 points, and Adam Miller was third for six points with a hurl of 122 feet, 7 inches.

Lake Hamilton's boys 4x800-meter relay team, consisting of Houston Baber, Christian Silvar, Carter Manatt and Adam Albrecht, won the event in 8:59.62 with Watson Chapel coming in second in 9:23.93.

The Wolves' 4x400-meter team, consisting of Cole Whisenhunt, Brayden Watson, Bardwell and Skylar Davis Weldon, finished third behind Watson Chapel and White Hall with a time of 3:43.00, just under four seconds behind the winning team.

Weldon won the 800-meter run with a time of 1:03.81, just 0.12 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher. Albrecht took third for the Wolves with a time of 1:08.21 for six points.

The Wolves took the top three spots in the 1600-meter run with Colby Swecker, Weldon and William Swecker finishing 1-2-3. Colby Swecker finished in 4:35.46, and Weldon followed in 4:39.58. William Swecker crossed the line in 4:46.52.

Neal Cole was seventh for Lake Hamilton's B team with a time of 5:23.87 for two points while J.T. Griffin finished in 5:56.60 for one point for the B team.

Lake Hamilton swept the top six spots in the 3200-meter run with the B team taking fourth through sixth. William Swecker finished in 10:37.82 for the win with Noah Smith (10:50.84) and Silvar (10:51.17) taking second and third, respectively.

Manatt led the B team with a time of 11:23.86 for five points with Cole (11:24.91) finishing fifth and Baber (11:41.72) sixth for three points.

Layne Warrick picked up two points in the 100-meter dash with a 11.94 second finish, just 0.61 seconds behind the top finisher. He finished up sixth in the 200-meter dash for three points with a 24.13 second finish.

Whisenhunt finished fifth in the 400-meter dash in 54.72 seconds for four points for the Wolves.

In the girls division, Edie Murray, the reigning Class 6A pole vaulter, cleared 11 feet, 6 inches to win the event with teammate Mahayla Swayze taking third with a height of 10 feet. Murray also took fourth in the long jump with a height of 14 feet, 11 inches.

Raegan Hickam finished second in the triple jump with a distance of 32 feet, 3.5 inches in a 1.7 mph headwind, and teammate Jasmine Colvert was third with a distance of 31 feet, 6.5 inches. The event's winner, Camden Fairview's Tai'sheka Porchia, hit a mark of 34 feet, 0.5 inch with a 2.3 mph wind to her back.

Risa Richens took fifth in the discus with a throw of 67 feet, 2 inches, but she was 10 inches short of collecting points for the team in the shot put with a throw of 25 feet, 3 inches.

Lake Hamilton's 4x800-meter relay team, consisting of Ashton Mount, Madison Mears, Katherine Scalzo and Jessica Jennings, finished second to Watson Chapel with a time of 11:25.63 for eight points. The 4x400-meter relay team, consisting of Mount, McCaslin, Madison Mears and Baylee Jenkins, finished in 4:45.09 to win the event.

Lake Hamilton took three of the top four spots in the 800-meter run with Scalzo finishing in 2:47.40 for the win. Madison Mears took second place in 2:56.23 and Ashton Mount was fourth with a time of 3:00.37.

The Lady Wolves also took three of the top four in the 1600-meter run with Meighan Mears winning with a time of 5:55.20. Anacaren Ramos took third with a 6:15.76 finish, and Olivia Caraway finished fourth with a time of 6:50.81.

Meighan Mears also won the 3200-meter run in 12:57.39, and Jennings was third with a time of 13:19.94.

Jenkins was fifth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 28.56 seconds for five points. She also took fourth in the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:06.89 for five points. McCaslin finished sixth with a time of 1:10.67.

Karenton Davis finished in eighth place in the 100-meter dash with a time of 14.33 seconds for one point.

Sports on 03/14/2019

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