2012-05-17 / Sports

Broullire and Ramey set records

Emeralds peak before regionals

MANISTIQUE - It was a record setting day for the Manistique Emeralds Kenner Broullire and Ryan Ramey last weekend in Munising.

Behind four first place finishes, Broullire earned Most Valuable Player honors at the Munising Invitational while setting junior school records in the 300-meter hurdles and the 100-meter dash.

Ramey broke the sophomore school record in the 400-meter run.

While Broullire and Ramey were burning up the track, Zack Lambert tied the junior school record in the pole vault, clearing the bar at 11-feet.

Peaking just in time for the Michigan High School Athletic Association Regional’s, the boy’s put out another strong showing finishing second in the eight team meet.

Marquette won the event tallying 59.5 points followed by Manistique 58, Negaunee 55.5, Escanaba 33, Ishpeming 27, Munising 19, Westwood 5.5 and Gwinn 1.

First place finishes: Broullire, 300-meter hurdles, 40.25; Broullire, 100-meter dash, 11.20; Broullire, long jump, 19-3.75; Broullire, Coby Ryan, John Rahn, Ramey, 1,600-meter relay, 3:39.13; Ramey, 400-meter run, 52.40.

Second place finishes: 3,200-meter relay, 8:55.83; Lambert, 110-meter hurdles, 16.81; Lambert, pole vault, 11.

Third place finishes: 800-meter relay, 1:44.68; Bryson Lawrence, 800-meter run, 2:10.46; Jared Edwards, discus, 107-10.

Fifth place finish: Adam Nagy, 200-meter dash, 24.56.

The MHSAA Regionals get underway today (Thursday) at the Marble Field in Gladstone.

- Pole vault is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.

- Field events will begin at 2:45 p.m. with running events to follow at 3:30 p.m.

Qualifiers from this meet advance to the UP Finals on Saturday, June 2, in Kingsford.

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