Franklin Park Wins Future Wildcat MeetThe Franklin Park boys and girls track teams combined for
388 points at the Future Wildcat Meet yesterday, defeating Raccoon School and
Raccoon finished second with 176 points while the Rockets
were third with 139.
Clay Irwin set a Future Wildcat Meet record in the shot put
with a toss of 48’5”.
Alyssa Vest set two new records in the sprints. The first
was a new record of 13.54 seconds in the 8th grade 100-meter dash.
Vest’s time of 27.3 seconds was good for a new record in the 200-meter dash.
The Franklin Park track teams will compete next in the
Regional Meet at Highland on Thursday, May 2.
Bobcat First Place Finishes
Clay Irwin – Discus, shot put
Isaak Morton – Pole vault
Clayton Ceglinski – Hurdles
7th Grade 4x200 – Sarver, Harness, Allison, Wayer
6th Grade 4x100 – McCleaves, Hays, Frazier, K.
Caden Owens – 400m, 800m
Hayden Wimberly – 1600m
Varsity 4x200 – Owens, Ruckman, Allison, Barnfield
Jimmy Allison – 7th Grade 100m
Jennings Barnfield – 8th Grade 100m
Brendan Ruckman – 200m
4x400 – Barnfield, Morton, Snodsmith, Owens
Lady Bobcat First Place Finishes
Varsity 4x100 – Meadows, Vest, Goosetree, Wimberly
6th Grade 4x100 – Roth, Quandt, Wilson, Hubler
Hailey Wimberly – 400m
Chloee Phillips – 1600m, 800m
4x200 – Goosetree, Brittin, Meadows, Vest
Marissa Hubler – 6th Grade
Alyssa Vest – 8th Grade 100m, 200m
4x400 – Brittin, Phillips, Meadows, Wimberly
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