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High school track and field: State Championships 2019

10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring:

1A State Championships (Saturday, NC A&T)

North Rowan boys (4 points)

Adrian Rudisell, discus, 5th place ……………….128 feet, 5 inches

Nautica Patterson, shot put, 9th place ……………42 feet, 11.75 inches

 

North Rowan girls (6.33 points)

La’Kayla Birst, high jump, tied for 2nd place …………..5 feet

La’Kayla Birst, 300 hurdles, 9th place ………………….50.87 seconds

 

 

 

2A State Championships (Friday, NC A&T)

Salisbury boys (6 points)

Tyrone Johnson, long jump, 3rd place ……………….21 feet, 9 inches

 

South Rowan boys

Noah Julian, 1600, 10th place …………………………4:37.15

Brenden Finger, high jump, 11th place …………………..6 feet

 

South Rowan girls

4×800, 10th place ………………………………………..10:43.85

Janiya Downs, high jump, 12th place ……………………..4 feet, 8 inches

Madison Lowery, 1600, 9th place …………………………..5:36.26

Madison Lowery, 3200, 10th place ………………………12:42.58

Taylor Chapman, 100 hurdles, 9th place ………………….16.50

 

3A State Championships (Friday, N.C. A&T)

Carson boys (3 points)

William Fuller, wheelchair 100, 1st place …………………………..27.20

William Fuller, wheelchair discus, 1st place ……………………   29 feet, 7 inches

William Fuller, wheelchair shot put, 1st place …………………11 feet

Utah Brown, 300 hurdles, 15th place ………………………………43.29

 

East Rowan boys (8 points)

Christian Bennett, discus, 6th place ……………………………148-4

Sam Wall, triple jump, 4th place …………………………………45 feet, 1.75  inches

 

A.L. Brown boys (31 points, 4th place)

Josh Parks, 400, 1st place …………………………………….. 47.52

Josh Parks, 110 hurdles, 1st place ……………………………14.24

Josh Parks, 200, 9th place ………………………………………22.87

4×200, 1st place …………………………………………………1:26.87, Parks, Jalen Neal, Dezmond Adams, Marcus Chapman

4×100, 7th place (tie) …………………………………………….43.30

4×800, 15th  place …………………………………………………..8:39.45

 

Carson girls

Iyonna Parker, shot put, 15th place …………………………….31 feet, 6.25 inches

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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