April 17, 2014

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Varsity Track


Wayne Trace’s girls won a quadrangular meet with Paulding, Hicksville and Antwerp as the Raiders totaled 108 points. The Lady Panthers finished second with 83-1/3 while the Aces and Archers each recorded 31-1/3 points.

Paulding’s Kasi Edwards was a double winner after capturing the shot put (33-0) and discus (109-5). Other maroon and white victors included Sidney Salinas (pole vault, 7-6), Meagan Weller (200 dash, 28.8), Ashley Johanns (1600 run, 6:14.8) and Abbey Edwards (800 run, 2:47.9).

Antwerp’s Taylor Vail also was a double winner as she took first in the 100 hurdles (17.6) and high jump (5-2). Archer Alaine Wetli won the long jump with a leap of 14-5.


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