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TROY BOYS, WYALUSING GIRLS TAKE HOME SILVERS AT NTL JUNIOR HIGH TRACK & FIELD INVITE (2022-05-11)

Northern Tier Sports Report
WYALUSING — The Troy boys and Wyalusing girls both took home second place finishes at the NTL Junior High Track & Field Championships Wednesday.

Troy scored 80 points, behind first place Athens (102.5). Wyalusing (73) was third, Canton (17) took eighth, NEB (16) was ninth, and Towanda (14.5) finished 10th.


On the girls’ side Wyalusing (79.5) was second to NP-Mansfield (111). Canton (45.5) took fifth, Towanda (39) was sixth, NEB (28) finished ninth, and Troy (13) took 10th.


For the boys, Wyalusing’s Yeno Alejandro (18.96) was fourth, with teammate Shay Gartland (19.33) fifth, while Canton’s John Whitehead (19.46) finished sixth.


Wyalusing’s Dylan Johns (12.51) won the 100, with Troy’s Kael Millard (12.85) third.


Troy’s Brody Campbell (5:09.56) won the 1600, with NEB’s Dayton Russell (5:16.29) fourth, and Wyalusing’s Ethan Vanderpool (5:34.02) sixth.


The Ram 4x100 relay won in 52.40, as Troy (54.68) was fourth, and Towanda (56.64) came in fifth.


Troy’s Mason Wulff (57.93) was second in the 400.


Russell (2:24.96) took third in the 800, with Campbell (2:27.80) fifth, while Towanda’s Tony Rifenbark (2:27.8) took sixth.


Wulff (26.27) finished second in the 200.


Wyalusing (4:34.65) took third, with Towanda (4:50.16) fifth, and Troy (4:53.59) sixth.


Johns (5-feet) was second in the high jump, with Gartland (5-feet) third. Russell (4-feet, 10-inches) came in fourth.


Canton’s Tommy Preston (17-feet, 7-inches) and Johns (17-feet, 7-inches) tied for first in the long jump, followed by Gartland (17-feet, 4-inches), and Wulff (16-feet, 5 1/2-inches) in third and fourth.


Millard (41-feet, 9 1/2-inches) won the shot put, with teammate Emmit Cole (35-feet, 3-inches) third. Canton’s Elijah Kilmer (32-feet, 11-inches) came in fifth.


Millard (126-feet, 2-inches) also won the discus, with Cole (78-feet) fourth.


On the girls’ side Canton’s Alexis McRoberts (19.38) was third in the 100 hurdles.


Wyalusing’s Vayda Rought (13.9) was second in the 100, while Troy’s Maddy Keeney (14.32) came in fourth, and Towanda’s Katelyn Blokzyl (14.7) finished sixth.


NEB’s Anaiah Kolesar (5:50.43) won the 1600, with Wyalusing’s Alysha Botts (6:11.51) fourth, and Panther Ava Hughes (6:38.43) sixth.


Towanda (58.53) won the 4x100 relay, with Wyalusing (59.00) third.


McRoberts (1:09.08) was third in the 400, while Towanda’s Isabella Larson (1:11.49) came in fourth, and Canton’s Layla Frisbie (1:13.07) took sixth.


Kolesar (2:43.20) won’t he 800, with Wyalusing’s Riley Porter (2:50.60) third, and Larson (2:53.67) sixth. Rought (30.64) was sixth in the 200.


Wyalusing (5:09.59) was second in the 4x400 relay, with Towanda (5:17.95) fourth, and NEB (5:20.03) fifth.


Wyalusing’s Isabelle McKeon (4-feet) was third in the high jump, tied with Canton’s Stella Rockwell (4-feet). Towanda’s Kylee Barnes (3-feet, 10-inches) and Jordyn Post (3-feet, 10-inches) both tied in fifth.


Wyalusing’s Alyssa Neagle (13-feet, 10 1/4-inches) was fourth in the long.


Troy’s Bella Wood (21-feet, 11 1/2-inches) was third in the shot put, with Post (20-feet, 4-inches) sixth.


McRoberts (78-feet, 10-inches) won the discus, followed by Wyalusing’s Alyssa Baldwin (74-feet, 9-inches), and Troy’s Cheyenne Kneller (60-feet, 6-inches).


Neagle (28-feet, 4-inches) was third in the triple jump, while Botts (25-feet, 11-inches) took fifth, and Canton’s Stella Rockwell (25-feet, 8 1/2-inches) was sixth.


PHOTOS BY MATT PATTON



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