By David Sharp
The Lady Eagles took third and the boys fifth at the 2010 Jerry Ball Relays, held April 13 at Culver-Stockton College.
Myra Parrish won a bronze medal in the long jump at 14’5”. Lorrie Peters, Katie Ausmus, Suzanne Howerton and Kelsey Cahalan took bronze medals in the girls’ 3200 meter relay.
Canton senior Tori Niemann won the long jump at 16’7” and the triple jump at 33’ 2 ¼”. Palmyra won the Highland Relays with 150 girls’ points. Mark Twain was second at 94 points. Knox County took third place at 76 points.
Partial results are listed. Some of the lines on the final score sheet could not be read. Highland, Brashear, Canton, Camp Point Central, Marion County, Unity, Palmyra, Clark County and Mark Twain participated in the ten team girl’s field.
Kathleen Hinkle was seventh for Knox County in the long jump at 13’7”. MacKenzie Hustead of Knox County was eighth in the girls’ 100 meter dash in 13.36 seconds. Lacey Woods was fifth in the girls’ high jump, clearing at 4’2”. Lorrie Peters placed sixth at the same height.
Kathleen Hinkle placed fifth in the girl’s 200 meter dash in 29.31. Brady Bugh was sixth in the 200 at 31.93 seconds.
Lorrie Peters, MacKenzie Hustead, Suzanne Howerton and Kelsey Cahalan won bronze medals in the girls’ 4x400m relay event in 4:24.33 seconds.
Brandon Baird won bronze medals in the boy’s 110 and 300 meter hurdles. Baird took third in the 110m hurdles in 16.41 seconds. Brady James took fifth in 17.21 seconds.
Brandon Baird placed fifth in the triple jump at 38’5”. Kellen Gillaspy took sixth in the triple jump at 37’8”. Brent Cowan, Brady James, David Hinkle and Jaston Boone placed sixth for Knox County in the boy’s 4x100m relay with a time of 49.88 seconds.
Brandon Baird was third in the 300m hurdles with a time of 44.56 seconds. Brady James was next at 46.11 seconds. David Hinkle finished fourth in the boy’s 400m dash in 57.60 seconds. Brent Cowan was seventh for Knox County in 58.48 seconds.
Brent Cowan took seventh in the boy’s 200 meter dash in 24.70 seconds. Highland won the boy’s team championship with 140 points. Mark Twain finished second at 111 points. Central was third at 90 points.
Clark County was fourth in the final boy’s standings with 80 points. Knox County took fifth overall with 66 team points.
By David Sharp