WINFIELD, W.Va. - Winfield High School scored a sweep Saturday in the Dick Dunlap Classic held at Winfield High School.
On the girls side, the Generals ruled in the distance races and relays to capture the title with 161 points. Bridgeport was second with 96 and Cabell Midland third with 67.
On the boys side, Winfield enjoyed a strong showing in relays and won the title with 107 points. Huntington High was second with 94.
Mary Zulauf won the 800 and Rachel Englund won the 1600 and 3200 to lead the Generals. Winfield won the 4x100, 4x200, 4x800 and shuttle hurdle relays. And in field events, the Generals got first in the high jump and long jump.
Huntington's Safiyyah Mitchel won the 100 hurdles and placed second in the 300 hurdles. Ericka Budd won the shot put and placed third in the discus.
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The Hurricane girls came away with top honors Thursday night during the 2016 Paul Wood Track and Field Invitational held at Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field on the campus of Point Pleasant High School in Mason County.
The Lady Indians proved to be the best of 13 teams after scoring 145 points, which was 30 points better than the field. Point Pleasant was second overall with 115 points, while Ohio Valley Christian (45) and Wahama (35) respectively placed fifth and sixth.
The Lady Knights won four of the 18 events, including a pair of win by Aislyn Hayman in the shot put (37-2) and discus (117-9) events. Ariat Rollins and Gabrielle Koons also scored a one-two finish in the pole vault with matching heights of 6 feet, which Rollins won on a tiebreaker.
The quartet of Bri Reymond, Kyla Scott, Carlee Dabney and Teagan Hay also won the 4x100m relay event with a time of 53.22 seconds.
Scott, Hay, Sydney Moore and Madison Hatfield collectively placed second in the 4x200m relay with a time of 1:54.95. Cierra Porter was the high jump (5-0) runner-up and Morgan Roush was second in the discus with a heave of 93 feet, 7 inches.
HURRICANE - Cabell Midland boys and Winfield girls were team winners Thursday at the Hurricane Sheetz Invitational high school track and field meet.
Daniel Jarrell from Cabell Midland won the boys 200 (23.03 seconds) and the 400 (52.16 seconds).
ONA - Simply put, Cabell Midland boys track coach Chris Parsons saw the 1600 as the feature race of the day. Top runners from across the state ready to battle on a cool, windy Saturday afternoon in the Carlos Akers & Doc Hale Memorial at Cabell Midland's Chris Parsons Track.
Cabell Midland's Jeremiah Parlock and University's Seth Edwards gave the crowd a stirring performance with Parlock leading wire to wire and winning in 4:24.48. Edwards tried, but failed to catch Parlock and took second in 4:25.38. Cabell Midland's Will Sheils was third (4:26.86).
"I was really excited," Parlock said about the buildup to the race and the actual four laps. "We talked about it a lot. I felt really good the first lap. Thought I'd better slow down a bit. I don't usually lead from the front. The excitement. I felt it and went with it."