Manchester Valley’s boys and Century’s ladies every received Carroll County titles at Thursday’s county championship meet. The Mavericks received the boys title with 203 factors with Westminster (155) edging out Liberty (143) for second. Century (69), South Carroll (54), Winters Mill (37) and Francis Scott Key (31) rounded out the standings.
Century’s ladies held off Westminster for his or her title with 185 factors. The Owls totaled 170.5. Liberty (112) took third adopted by Manchester Valley (85.5), South Carroll (57), Francis Scott Key (39) and Winters Mill (33).
For Manchester Valley’s boys, Aiden Neal and Logan Haines every walked away with 4 gold medals. Neal received 800 meters in 1 minute, 55.4 seconds, and in addition took first within the 1,600 (4:19.55) and three,200 (9:44.93). Neal additionally teamed with Haines, Carter Knox and Maverick Mezaache to win the 4×400 relay (3:35.38). Haines had particular person wins within the 100 (11.25) and 200 (22.84) and in addition ran on the profitable 4×200 relay with Timothy Oosterhous, Quinn Favourite and Kai Chwang. Knox received the 400 (50.03) and completed second to Neal within the 800.
Westminster took each hurdle occasions with Garrett Boag (16.15) beating out teammate Cameron Rucker within the 110 and Edwin Alfaro profitable the 300 (41.63). In discipline occasions, Westminster bought wins from Patrick Haynes within the triple bounce leaping of 39 ft, 8½ inches, and Justin Condon clearing 6-4 within the excessive bounce. Westminster’s group of Alfaro, Jack Heefner, AJ Francis and Kyrece Walker received the 4×100 (44.58).
Liberty’s group of Benjamin Smith, Logan Cyford, Davis Trump and Tyler Edson received the 4×800 (8:30.58), and Samuel Evans received the lengthy bounce (19-10½).
South Carroll’s Nathan Fields took each throwing occasions, profitable the shot put with a throw of 47-10½ and the discus with 125-6. Peyton Thomas received the pole vault for the Cavaliers clearing 13-6.
On the ladies aspect, Century’s Isabella Mastria received the lengthy bounce (16-6) with teammates Rileigh Mansfield and Natalie Mattox taking second and third, respectively. Mastria additionally received the 200 (26.77) and was second within the 400. Jasmine Stanton received the 100 for the Knights (12.62) and Sophia Taylor received the 300 hurdles (50.41).
Westminster’s Hannah Toth received the 1,600 (5:10.24) and was second within the 3,200. Additionally for the Owls, Audrey Houle received the 800 (2:26.81), Emma Reaves received the shot put (33-11½), Sarah Gassman received the pole vault (11-9), Summer time James received the triple bounce (32-1 ) and the group of Chloe Cartwright, Megan Fique, Brooklyn Lewis and Hannah Kepler received the 4×200 (1:50.22).
Manchester Valley bought firsts from Rubie Goffena within the 3,200 (11:52.43), Carrie Moore within the 100 hurdles (18.22) and the 4×800 group of Taylor Shank, Caitlin Shank, Elizabeth Szybalski and Goffena (10:10.12).
Liberty’s 4×100 group of Sophia Echevarria, Iveren Asom, Olivia Dixon and Nkechiyem Molokwu received in 50.76, whereas South Carroll’s 4×400 group of Morgan Guynn, Brooke Pribulick, Brooke Turner and Madelyn Boyce received at 4:17.97. Boyce additionally received the 400 (1:00.71).
Francis Scott Key’s Adeline Kraics received the discus with a toss of 109-95. She additionally completed second within the shot put. Teammate Ashleigh Porter received the excessive bounce clearing 5-3.