Manchester Boys Third At Churubusco Relays

MHS placed a close third behind host Churubusco-191 points and
Jimtown-107.75 with 103 points.

Medalling for MHS include:

1st’s
– Kegan Mcneeley 200 m dash 22.68, a new meet record
-4×100 (McNeeley, preston Penrod, Jacob Casper, Austin Oaks)-44.8

2nd’s
-4×800 (Jared Monce, Andrew Bolinger, Micah McDaniels, Matt Fahs-Brown)
9:07
-100 m dash Kegan McNeeley-11.18 (Penrod 4th-11.65)
4×400 (McNeeley, McDaniels, Casper, Bolinger) 3:42

3rd’s
-shot and discus Cole Sellers (42’10”, 133’5″)
-110 hurdles Brodie Carter (16.86) and 300 m hurdles (44.04) Gunnar Ream
was sixth in both events (17.8, 46.01)
-800 m run Andrew Bolinger (2:14)

Matt Fahs-Brown also added a pair of fourth place finishes in both
distance events.
Coach Cassell ”All in all we had a really good day and the boys put forth an outstanding
effort given this was our third meet in five days. They didn’t look a bit
tired. We are fortunate to be so well rounded as a team. The only events
the rain put a ‘damp’er on were the jumps where the toe board and
approaches were slick and tricky to navigate.”

” This was the toughest I have seent the competition at Churubusco for quite
some time so I felt really good about how we placed. 70% of the points
went to the top three teams out of a filed of ten. That is pretty amazing
and suggests the quality of athletes who participated.”
We go to Caston on Monday to face Caston and N. Miami.

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