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Lakeside Junior High takes title at relays

by Minden Press-Herald

The Lakeside Jr. High Relays featured eight schools which included Ouachita Christian, Cedar Creek, St. Mary’s, North Webster, Webster, Homer, and Haynesville. After the dust settled, Lakeside took the seventh grade boys title, Ouachita Christian the eighth grade boys trophy, and Cedar Creek won the girls championship.

The Warriors seventh grade boys scored 185 points to defeat runner-up OCS with 147. The Warriors won 4 of 7 field events. Brandon Jackson won the shot with a toss of 35′ 11 1/2″ and the discus at 92′ 3″. Dayton Pruiet won the javelin throwing 99′ 3″.

Zach Sumlin jumped 5′ 2″ to win the high jump. Pruiet also took second in the discus at 86′ 1/2″. Taking second in the high jump was Chance Mitchell at 4′ 8″. Zach Bass took fourth in the long jump at 13′ 2″ followed by Lamar McKinsey who was fifth at 12′ 7 1/2″. In the triple jump, Odray Miles was fifth at 24′ 7″ and Orlando Robertson took sixth at 24′ 0″.

On the track Zach Sumlin won the 110 Hurdles at 17.0, took third in the 100 at 11.90, and took third in the 200 at 26.72. Lamar McKinsey won the 300 Hurdles at 54.08. B. Sivils won the 2400 at 9:22 and took second in the 1600 at 6:17. Ondray Miles took second in the 400 at 1:04.47 and the 800 at 2:30.29. Orlando Roberson was third in the 400 at 1:06.63 and fifth in the 800 at 2:38.11.

Austin Sims was third in the 100 Hurdles at 19.75 and fourth in the 100 at 13.00. Chance Mitchell finished fourth in the 200 at 27.87. Mitchell, Jackson, Sims, and Pruiet ran on the winning 400 relay at 53.30. McKinsey, Brown, Pruiet, and Jackson were on the second place 800 relay at 1:56.59. Miles, Roberson, Sivils, and Pruiet made up the second place 1600 relay at 4:46.59.

The Warriors eighth grade boys finished fourth with 80 points as OCS finished first with 175 points. Zi Grawford lead the Warriors in the field leaping 5′ 2″ to win the high jump. C. Applewhite took third in the shot at 35′ 4 1/2″. Noah Willis was sixth in the shot at 32′ 1 1/2″. Parker Brunson took fourth in the discus at 85′ 7″ and the javelin at 81′ 2″. Tim Ramsey with a throw of 76′ 9 1/2″ was fifth in the javelin. JT Thomas was sixth in the triple jump at 25′ 7″.

Hayden Finley was sixth in the pole vault at 6′ 6″. Tyler Davis lead the way on the track as he easily won the 800 (2:24), the 1600 (5:32), and the 2400 (8:33). Zi Crawford took second in the 100 at 11.14. Luke Brundage was sixth in the 200 at 28.77. Devin Stiles was sixth in the 300 hurdles at 55.96. The 1600 meter relay made up of Dayton Pietch, Devin Stiles, JT Thomas, and Hunter Hennigan finished third at 44:49.

Webster’s eighth grade boys scored 36 points. Josh Sims lead the way finishing second in the 110 hurdles (15.78) and second in the 300 hurdles (50.02). Gage Edwards was third in the 110 hurdles at 15.80. Isaih Jones finished fourth in the 2400 at 10:38 and Stephen Wheeler was fifth at 12:15. Tymerion Phenix finished fourth in the shot at 34′ 0″.

In the girls division Lakeside finished with 35 points behind Cedar Creek’s 162 points. In the field Tynia Joiner finished tied for second in the high jump clearing 4′ 0″. Jamiya Winzer finished third in the shot with a throw of 29′ 4″. On the track, Angeline Futch was top scorer finishing third in the 800 (3:07), 1600 (7:03), and the 2400 (11:33). Tynia Joiner placed fourth in the 200 at 31.28.

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