Adverse weather doesn’t stop track competition
Mother Nature wasn’t very kind at home for the Emeralds this season as they only had two home meets and both were held under not so favorable conditions. Wind and rain are two elements track and fielders would rather not experience.
As they say, the show must go on and the Emerald boys did just that. The Emeralds took 10 first place finishes Tuesday ending the day with 78 points. Newberry finished second with 55 and Big Bay de Noc ended the meet with 22.
First place finish: 3,200-meter relay, 9:34; Kenner Broullire, 100-meter dash, 11.82; 800-meter relay, 1:41.62; 400-meter relay, 48.55; Ryan Ramey, 400-meter dash, 54.89; Broullire, 300-meter hurdles, 42.21; Ramey, 800-meter run, 2:19.16; 1,600-meter relay, 3:54.29; pole vault, Zach Lambert, 9-0; shot put, Broullire; 34-1
Second place finish: Lambert, 100-meter hurdles, 17.48; John Rahn, 400-meter dash, 56.89; Bryson Lawrence, 800-meter run, 2:19.93; Adam Nagy, 200-meter dash; Tanner Yurk, high jump; Jared Edwards, discus
Third place finish: 100-meter hurdles, Joe Blanchard, 18.81; 1600-meter run, Robert Ayotte, 5:33.34; Coby Ryan, 300-meter hurdles
The girls took their meet also with 69.5, just nine points over Newberry who finished with 60.5. Brittney Richard gathered all 10 points posted for Big Bay de Noc.
First place finishes: 3,200-meter relay, 11:29; Elisa MacGregor, 100-meter dash, 13.87; 800-meter relay, 2:01.2; 400-meter relay, 55.49; Shelby Carlson, 200-meter dash, 28.61; Darby Demers, 3,200-meter run, 13:58.38; Taylor Lockwood, Pole Vault, 8-0; Monica Giles, Shot Put, 31-1
Second place finishes: Hannah Bryant, 100-meter dash, 13.92; Demers, 1600-meter run, 5:51.19; Brittani Beckman, 300-meter hurdles; Kyra Lauzon, 200-meter dash; 1600-meter relay, MacGregor, pole vault, 7’6”.
Third place finishes: Brittany Zellar, pole vault, 7’0”; Hannah Hamill, shot put.
Fourth place finishes: Lauzon, 100-meter dash, 14.27; Maggie Morrison, 400-meter dash; Olivia Holmberg, 800-meter run; Bryant, 200-meter dash.