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TCHS Girls Finish 5th Overall At Invitational

April 5, 2017
Tyler Star News

Friday's Tyler track invitational was plagued by cool weather and steady rain but 11 teams braved the weather to brave the elements , with the Silver Knights finishing fifth overall.

Isis Moore ran a nice race in the 100 meter dash as she picked up six Knights points with a time of 14.31. She also landed the sixth place spot in the 200 meter dash with a time of 31.49, good for three points.

In the 800 meter run, Katie Pratt grabbed the fifth place finish with a time of 2:47.16, adding four more Knights points. Emma Paden got a sixth place spot in the 1600 meter run with a time of 14:45.84 and three points.

In the 4x100 meter relay, Tyler got fifth with a 1:03.52 with a team of Alex Mongold, Katie Miller, Rachal Hashman and Melissa Chapman. Good for four more Knights points. The Silver Knights 4x200 team ,consisting of Miller, Mongold, Demery Nelson and Emily Lancaster, earned a Knights point with an eighth place 2:21.69 finish.

The Silver Knights 4x400 team of Lilly Billiter, Nelson, Sarah Hashman and Rosana Smith finished fifith for four Knights points in a time of 5:46.51, while the 4x800 team of S. Hashman, Paden, Jahnvi Duncan and Pratt gave the Knights another point with an eighth place 13:17.86.

The 4x100 metr shuttle hurdle team of Billiter, R. Hashman, Lindsey Streets and Lancaster covered the event with a second place 1:24.09 and eight points for the Knights. Katie Pratt picked up a half point in the high jump as she finished in a six way tie for fifth.

The Girls long jump saw Tyler Consolidated get two of the top four spots with Lancaster ending in the second spot with a leap of 14-07.00 for eight points and Moore finishing fourth with a 13-08.00 and five points. The Knights Tessa Boyd rouned out the scoring for Tyler with a shot put heave of 84-00 good for sixth and three points.

Williamstown with 174.50 finished fourth with Oak Glen and Ritchie County in a tie for second with 1:03.50. Wheeling Central claimed the fourth spot and the Silver Knights finshed fifth with 49.50 out of the 11 teams entered.

 
 
 

 

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