• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Sports Editor

WCHS track and field competes at conference meet

The Woodford County High School track and field team competed at the Central Kentucky Conference meet on Friday, May 4 at West Jessamine High School. The Jackets continue to build momentum as all eyes are set for Saturday, May 12 at the regional championship.

WCHS freshman Kamari Black placed second in the girls 100-meter dash (13.09) and freshman Asia Sands was 20th (14.56).

Black placed eighth in the girls' 200-meter dash (27.21) and freshman Ana Ruvulcaba was 17th (30.61).

Freshman Adriana Jackson was 14th in the girls' 400-meter run (1:06.78) and freshman Abbey Bleuel was 18th (1:09.54).

Sophomore Caroline Murray finished 16th in the girls 800-meter run (2:45.92) and freshman Megan Davis was 19th (2:53.79).

Freshman Katie Gatewood finished 10th in the girls' 1600-meter run (5:57.88) and freshman Taylor Dotson was 22nd (6:48.00).

Freshman Katherine Crain was 13th in the girls 3200-meter run (14:12.30) and senior Rosa Langdoc was 19th (15:45.51).

Junior Esther Bradshaw placed fourth in the girls 100-meter hurdles (17.46) and won the girls 300-meter hurdles (47.59).

The girls' 4x100 relay team finished seventh (53.40) and the 4x200 placed fourth (1:50.82). The girls 4x400 relay team finished ninth (4:28.99) and the 4x800 team was seventh (11:03.73).

Sophomore Kasey Montgomery finished ninth in the girls' high jump (four feet, four inches) and sophomore Abbie Hudson was 15th (four feet, two inches).

Black finished ninth in the long jump (15 feet, one half inch) and sophomore Raven Upton was 23rd (11 feet, two inches).

Black finished sixth in the girls' triple jump (31-feet, nine inches) and Upton was 15th (26 feet, 11-and-a half inches).

Sophomore Allison Ferguson won the girls' pole vault (11 feet) and freshman Jillian Elmore was fifth (7 feet, six inches).

Freshman Legend Burgess placed fifth in the girls' discus (95 feet, five inches) and freshman Eyislea Lea-Hendon was 15th (63 feet, six inches).

Burgess placed fourth in the girls' shot put (30 feet, 11 inches) and Lea-Hendon was sixth (30 feet, five inches) .

Senior Jai Burgess placed fourth in the boys' 100-meter dash (11.26) and sophomore Ethan Parker was 24th (14.81).

Sophomore Devon Wilson finished 18th in the boys' 200-meter dash (26.43).

Sophomore James Hawkins finished 17th in the boys' 400-meter run (58.36).

Freshman Patrick Stiltner placed 11th in the boys' 800-meter run (2:14.42) and sophomore Mitchell Scott was 17th (2:21.00).

Senior Peter McGowan was ninth in the boys' 1600-meter run (5:07.38) and sophomore Kyle Holt was 11th (5:11.12).

Sophomore Clay Thomas was eighth in the boys' 3200-meter run (10:55.74) and junior Abran Santos was ninth (10:59.24).

Senior Landon Saum was runner up in the boys' 110-meter hurdles (15.40) and sophomore Justin Lehmkuhler was fourth (16.09).

Saum was runner-up again in the boys' 300-meter hurdles (40.94) and Lehmkuhler was fifth (43.02).

The boys' 4x100 relay team finished sixth (45.34) and the 4x400 relay team was 11th (3:58.90). The boys' 4x800 relay team placed fifth (9:11.46).

Lehmkuhler was runner-up in the high jump (six feet, two inches).

Senior Jordan Upton was 10th in the long jump (17 feet, seven inches) and Parker was 21st (12 feet, nine inches).

Senior Collin Hudson finished ninth in the boys' discus (108 feet, four inches) and senior Jack Hill was 25th (75 feet, three inches).

Hudson was ninth in the shot put (37 feet, seven inches) and junior Ben Nash was 17th (35 feet, three inches).

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