Track and field

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West­lake wins in­vi­ta­tional West­lake’s boys track and field team took home first place on Satur­day at the Riverdale Bap­tist Track and Field In­vi­ta­tional in Up­per Marl­boro.

The Wolver­ines scored 157 points. 55 1/2 bet­ter than sec­ond-place C.H. Flow­ers of Prince Ge­orge’s County.

Will Moten won the 100and 200-me­ter dashes, ty­ing his own mark in the 100 set last year with a time of 10.86 sec­onds. He was two one-hun­dredths off ty­ing his own mark in the 200 set last year, fin­ish­ing Satur­day with a time of 21.91 sec­onds. Team­mates Thomas Al­corn (22.66) and Matthew Fitch (23.19) were sec­ond and fourth in the 200, re­spec­tively.

West­lake fin­ished first and third in the 400 with Al­corn (50.19) and To­bias Hur­ley (52.79).

Jalen El­liott notched a first­place win in the 110 hur­dles with a meet record 14.45.

The Wolver­ines won two re­lays. The 400 relay team of Al­corn, El­liott, Hur­ley and Moten took first in 42.63, smash­ing a West­lake record set last year by six sec­onds. El­liott, Hur­ley, Moten and Al­corn teamed up to win the 1,600 relay in 3 min­utes 19.34 sec­onds, set­ting a new meet record by over three sec­onds.

In the field events, West­lake had nu­mer­ous top fin­ishes led by Kyle Not­tage in the ham­mer throw with a toss of 39 feet 3 inches. Not­tage was also third in the dis­cus (123-7) and fourth in the shot put (43-6 1/4). Myles Camp­bell fin­ished sec­ond in the shot put (45-5 1/4) and fourth in the dis­cus (115-0). Hur­ley was sec­ond in the triple jump (38-4 3/4) and John Wil­liams cap­tured third in the long jump (18-0 1/2).

The Wolver­ines girls placed sixth, ty­ing Bullis of Mont­gomery County with 26 points. Brentsville District (Va.) was the win­ner with 155.

The 3,200 relay team of Latavia Washington, Skye Cummings, Kennedeigh Hairston and Jour’dan Haynes broke the meet record by three one-hun­dredths of a sec­ond, fin­ish­ing in 10:23.58. Cummings was sixth in the 800 (2:29.17), while Jor­dan Davis took third in the hur­dles (18.75). La Plata shines at McNa­mara The Warriors boys fin­ished in top 10 at the McNa­mara Mus­tangs In­vi­ta­tional in Forestville on Satur­day, plac­ing 10th with 43 points. T.C. Wil­liams (Va.) was the win­ner with 114.50.

Alexan­der Devine was first in two field events, claim­ing the shot put with a throw of 50-6 and the dis­cus in 137-4. Also, Miles Smith was sec­ond in the 800 (1:56.07) and the 1,600 (4:25.25).

The girls were 21st, ty­ing with El­iz­a­beth Se­ton of Prince Ge­orge’s County with 12 points. Os­car Smith (Va.) was the win­ner with 98.

Au­tumn Townsend was third in the dis­cus (115-1) and Lillian Reese placed fifth in the lone jump (16-8 1/2) to lead the Warriors. St. Charles picks up firsts The Spar­tans com­peted in the DMV In­vi­ta­tional at Oxon Hill High School on Satur­day. The boys were fifth with 46 points, be­hind cham­pion Great Mills which had 179. The girls placed sixth with 29 points as Great Mills won with 102.

In boys, St. Charles had four in­di­vid­u­als and one relay team place in the top five, led by Ja­son Tyler’s win in the 400 (48.52).

The Spar­tans girls had five in­di­vid­u­als and two relay teams place in the top four. Madisyn Clark took the high jump with a leap of 5-0 and the 3,200 relay team of Mar­shawn Jack­son, Par­ris King, Tyler Plum­mer and Asha-ashanti Turner fin­ished first in 11:34.93


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