Ring­gold track teams test them­selves at Cal­houn meets

The Catoosa County News - - WORSHIP DIRECTORY - By Scott Herpst

The Ring­gold girls took fourth place in a tight bat­tle for first place in a five-team meet at Cal­houn last Tues­day.

The Lady Tigers won five events, but fin­ished with just 67.5 points to end up be­hind Cal­houn (87.5), Coahulla Creek (75) and Gor­don Cen­tral (72). Model (25) rounded out the field.

Win­ners in­cluded Sadie Lane in the 100 (13.61), Jersey McCann in the 400 (1:06.68), Annabelle Duck­ett in the 100 hur­dles (16.92), the 4x100 “A” re­lay team (54.03) and the 4x400 “A” re­lay team (4:45).

Top three fin­ishes were turned in by Bri­uanna Don­ley in the 200 (30.14), Duck­ett in the high jump (4-10) and Zoey But­ler in the long jump (14-4 1/2). But­ler also placed third in the 400 (1:07.50).

Ring­gold’s boys were third with 38 points, fin­ish­ing ahead of Coahulla Creek (27.5) and Model (25), but well be­hind win­ner Cal­houn (126.5) and run­ner-up Gor­don Cen­tral (117).

Gabriel El­more had the lone win for the Tigers, cross­ing the line in 16.03 to win the 110 hur­dles. Jared Dunn (16.53) was sec­ond in the same event.

Dunn also placed third in the 300 hur­dles (44.84) and the high jump (5-6). Bry­ton McCann was third in

the 400 (53.67), while the Tigers’ 4x100 “A” was also third (45.60).

On Satur­day at the 11-team Mo­hawk In­vi­ta­tional at Gor­don Cen­tral, Lane Cates had a run­ner-up show­ing in the girls’ 800, while But­ler was third in the long jump.

Duck­ett was fourth in the high jump and in the 100 hur­dles, while

she placed fifth in the 300 hur­dles.

The Lady Tigers’ 4x400 “A” team also took fifth.

Dal­ton’s girls won the meet with 130 points, fol­lowed by Riverdale (111) and Rock­mart (80). Her­itage (52) was fifth and Ring­gold (36) was sev­enth.

El­more was fourth for the Tigers in the 110 hur­dles and Blake Gold­smith was fifth in the 400.

Dal­ton’s boys made it a clean sweep af­ter amass­ing 110.5 points. Riverdale (106) was a close sec­ond and Rock­mart (79.25) was third. Her­itage (69.75) was fifth and Ring­gold (19.75) placed ninth.

Ring­gold will host the Bor­der Bat­tle meet at 9 a.m. this Satur­day and they will head to Coahulla Creek for a meet on Tues­day, March 29, the fi­nal event be­fore the Tigers’ spring break.

Ring­gold’s Annabelle Duck­ett clears a hur­dle dur­ing a meet in Cal­houn early last week. The Lady Tigers placed fourth in the Cal­houn meet and sev­enth at the Mo­hawk In­vi­ta­tional at Gor­don Cen­tral this past Satur­day. (Photo by Steve Bemis)

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