• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Sports Editor

Four Track Jackets earn All-State honors

Woodford County High School sophomore Allison Ferguson was named to the KHSAA 3A All-State track and field team. WCHS junior Esther Bradshaw, freshman Kamari Black and seniors Jai Burgess and senior Jordan Upton were named to the 3A All-State track and field second team. The track Jackets also had 16 student-athletes named academic all-state and 12 academic honorable mentions. Three WCHS individual records were set this season. Black set the record in the triple jump (35 feet, six inches), Ferguson now holds the school mark for pole vault (12 feet, seven inches) and senior Landon Saum broke the record in 110- meter hurdles (15.07). WCHS Coach Tracey Sobolewski recognized the team's five regional champions:

Other awards

Black (triple jump), Bradshaw (300-meter hurdles), Ferguson (pole vault), Callie Gormley (100 hurdles) and Saum (300-meter hurdles). Most Sprint Points - Esther Bradshaw and Landon Saum. Most Distance Points - Katherine Crain, Katie Gatewood and Peter McGowan. Most Field Points - Legend Burgess and Jordan Upton. Most Improved - Megan Davis and Abran Santos. Track Jacket Award - Makenzie Thomas and Jai Burgess.


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