riday the Cloud Track Team hosted a 3-way as Morley Stanwood and Lakeview came into town for a CSAA Silver meet.
The Girls team finished on top of the board garnishing 50 points to outdistance the second place Mohawks who talled 50 and the Wildcats who finished with 29 points
DeSheona Holland nabbed a pair of firsts in the 100m (12.56) and the 200m where she blasted to the win with a personal record (pr) of 27.50 and outdistanced her nearest competitor by nearly 3 seconds. That runner was teammate Breanna Sutherland who battled past a challenge from Wildcat Cassie Hogle and finished a solid second at 30.45. Holland also captured second in the 400m (1:06.53).
Ella Bowman ran to a first place finish in the 3200m (13.18.0) and came in just behind the pace of Mohawk freshman Dreea Atchison in the 1600 where only 3 seconds separated the top two with the third place runner crossing the line half a minute later.
Anica Paul fought off tough competition and leapt to top honors in the Long Jump (13.01) and High Jump (4.06)
Haley Thomson set a pr while finishing second in the 200 Hurdles (58.70), while Janessa Shepherd tossed the Shot Put good enough for second place(29.06.0) and hurled the discus to another second place spot (76.06).
Bowman and Kayla Pasch tied for runner up in the Pole Vault each reaching 7.00.10 and Elizabeth Rubio took 3rd in the 3200 with a pr of 5.37.60pr
The Boys team ran third but got several strong performances
Darrion Holland took a pair of first in the 200m (23.32) and 400m (53.46).Chance Montemayor set a personal record (pr) in the 110 Hurdles while finishing second (19.08) while Andrew Newfer took runner up in the discus with a hurl of 111.03 and Steven Holt also notched a second place spot in the long jump with an 18.09 leap.
Jordan Richmond (1600m, 5:01.9) and Delton Dowling (Shot Put 37.08.50) each placed third as did Conner LaClair who put up a pr of 13.32.0 in the 3200m
On Friday, the Varsity Girls traveled to Kent City and despite getting 10 hits, were only able to manage to score 2 runs and fell by a score of 8 – 2. Hannah Brown had 2 hits with a double, Elexis Plotts and Hallie Schulz each had 2 hits and Allison Schulz added a double.
In the 2nd game, a 7 run 5th by Kent City was too much to overcome although the girls put together a rally of their own in the top of the 7th, scoring 7 runs before faling just short by a score of 9 – 8. Hallie Schulz had 2 hits, Madison Smith had a hit and 2 RBI’s, Hannah Brown doubled and knocked in 2 runs and Madeleine Seabrook added a double.