Ray-Pec teams take fourth at invite

syeagle@demo-mo.comApril 19, 2013 

Both the Raymore-Peculiar boys’ and girls’ track and field teams finished fourth at their own Raymore-Peculiar Invitational April 12.

“The teams competed very well,” Raymore-Peculiar head track and field coach Jamin Swift said. “Placing fourth out of 22 teams is a solid performance, especially considering we held back a little in order to get some of our top junior varsity performers a chance to compete as well.”

The boys had a team score of 86 points, behind Raytown in first with 135, Rockhurst (128) and Ruskin (97).

The Panthers had several top three finishes, including Steven Brown’s first place finish in the triple jump with a distance of 43 feet, 1 1/2 inches. Brown also took second in the high jump with a height of 6 feet, 1 inch and third in the long jump with a distance of 20 feet, 2 1/2 inches.

Aaron Russell placed second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.3 seconds. Jason Fambrough took second in the 1,600-meter run with a time of 4 minutes, 31.06 seconds.

Keaton Wasson finished second in the 3,200-meter run with a time of 10:11.69, followed by Justin Howard in third with a time of 10:15.74.

The rest of the Raymore-Peculiar boys’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 15, Matt Keith, 11.78; 23, James Mourning, 12.01; 200-meter dash – 14, Loren Anderson, 24.48; 26, James Mourning, 25.54; 400-meter dash – 22, Jeremiah McGowin, 58.66; 25, Cshakuore Temple, 59.9; 800-meter run – 5, Brody Wild, 2:01.63; 8, Jason Fambrough, 2:05.86; 16, Hunter Fawcett, 2:15.01; 1,600-meter run – 10, Justin Howard, 4:47.86; 14, Levi Van Dyne, 4:59.43; 3,200-meter run – 9, Cole Brooks, 10:37.43; 300-meter hurdles – 5, Loren Anderson, 43.77; 12, Andrew Dunlop, 46.98; 4x100-meter relay – 4, Ray-Pec, 45.14; 4x400-meter relay – 7, Ray-Pec, 3:42.24; 4x800-meter relay – 6, Ray-Pec, 9:08.66; high jump – Christopher Alleman, 5-11; pole vault – 6, Tim Fisk, 11-8; long jump – 6, Loren Anderson, 20-1.5; 7, Aaron Russell, 19-7; shot put – 12, Justin Thomas, 40-9; 19, Logan Downey, 35-11.5; 21, Dervon Lee, 35-9; discus throw – 12, Aaron King, 117-1; 13, Dervon Lee, 114-5.

The Raymore-Peculiar girls’ finished fourth with a team score of 75 points behind Lee’s Summit West in first with 134, Warrensburg in second with 85 and Lindbergh in third with 80.

Raymore-Peculiar had several top three finishes, including Morgan Smith’s first place time of 26.53 in the 200-meter dash and her first place finish in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 47.07 seconds. Tasjia Thomas placed first in the long jump with a distance of 16 feet, 9 1/4 inches.

Kami Taylor took second in the high jump with a height of 5 feet, 1 inch. Alexis Acklin placed second in the shot put with a toss of 34 feet, 8 inches. Kiarrah Moore finished third in the triple jump with a leap of 33 feet, 11.25 inches.

The Lady Panthers’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 10, Autumn Green, 13.58; 32, Maddie Woodfine, 14.55; 200-meter dash – 9, Autumn Green, 28.06; 400-meter dash – 13, Kami Tabor, 1:06.99; 21, Quincy Martin, 1:09.45; 800-meter run – 14, Alie Gillespie, 2:38.36; 17, Ashley Newson, 2:45.22; 18, Kiley Deain, 2:45.32; 1,600-meter run – 9, Alie Gilespie, 5:55.45; 10, Kiley Deain, 5:55.95; 13, Crystin Wilson, 6:03.1; 3,200-meter run – 8, Jamie Wharton, 12:23.6; 17, Crystin Wilson, 13:03.43; 18, Amanda Wharton, 13:09.8; 4x200-meter relay – 4, Ray-Pec, 1:50.56; 4x400-meter relay – 4, Ray-Pec, 4:24:87; 4x800-meter relay – 5, Ray-Pec, 10:49.27; high jump – 6, Maddie Woodfine, 4-9; 10, Hailey Lueckenotto, 4-7; pole vault – 12, Kelsei Bowie, 7-2; 13, Carly Clisso, 7-2; long jump – 4, Gabrielle Anderson, 15-10.25; 10, Latianna Russell, 14-9.75; triple jump – 12, Gabrielle Anderson, 31-4.5; 14, Hailey Lueckenotto, 30-9.25; shot put – 16, Toni Martin, 29-5; 31, Krosbie Smith, 25-11; discus throw – 8, Toni Martin, 92-3; 10, Krosbie Smith, 90-6

Belton’s boys’ track and field team took seventh place with a team score of 32 points.

The Pirates’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 10, Jaslon Willis, 11.63; 12, Daren Johnson, 11.65; 26, Zach Willis, 12.09; 200-meter dash – 10, Daren Johnson, 23.9; 25, DeShawn Waller, 25.17; 27, Zach Willis, 25.87; 400-meter dash – 27, Anane Silvers, 1:00.53; 28, Johnny Biondo, 1:00.58; 30, Sean Lewis, 1:01.52; 800-meter run – 23, Matt Lind, 2:24.19; 26, Dylan Amend, 2:26.74; 1,600-meter run – 6, Brian Zuiss, 4:44.41; 16, Chris Basinski, 5:01.3; 26, Joe Bedwell, 5:11.45; 3,200-meter run – 7, Clayton Smith, 10:31.18; 110-meter hurdles – 8, Clayton Fenzl, 18.6; 300-meter hurdles – 2, Jaslon Willis, 42.21; 6, Clayton Fenzl, 44.71; 4x100-meter relay – 3, Belton, 44.98; 4x200-meter relay – 9, Belton, 1:40.37; 4x400-meter relay – 5, Belton, 3:40.25; pole vault – 4, Tobey Knowles, 13-2; long jump – 15, Sean Lewis, 17-10; 28, Anane Silvers, 15-2.5; triple jump – 21, Tobey Knowles, 34-2; shot put – 20, Sebastian Dreier, 35-11.5; 28, Travis Norman, 32-8.25; 35, Grant Whitney, 28-2.5; discus throw – 14, Sebastian Dreier, 113-0.

The Belton girls placed 16th with a team score of nine points. Their results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 18, Tranisha Smith, 13.8; 40, Tatiyuana Cain-Pierson, 15.22; 200-meter dash – 21, Tranisha Smith, 29.11; 32, Makailah Goines, 30.42; 400-meter dash – 22, Katelin Helgeson, 1:09.61; 1,600-meter run – 21, Ayssa Ortiz, 6:40.76; 100-meter hurdles – 11, Kelsey Swaggart, 19.12; 20, Beca Kasper, 20.55; 23, Kirstin Arnold, 20.76; 300-meter hurdles – 10, Alexus Carlock, 54.46; 21, Brandie Marcoux, 57.72; 24, Aubrie Vaughn, 1:01.74; 4x100-meter relay – 13, Belton, 55.39; 4x200-merter relay – 14, Belton, 1:57.92; 4x400-meter relay – 9, Belton, 4:42.99; long jump – 24, Tatiyuana Cain-Pierson, 12-10; 30, Jill Chumlea, 11-2.75; shot put – 3, Amanda Whitney, 33-9; 36, Adiaha Taylor, 22-8; discus throw – 6, Amanda Whitney, 94-7.

The Harrisonville boys finished 10th with a team score of 21 points.

The Wildcats’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 4, Matt Prindle, 11.5; 400-meter dash – 14, Wyatt Schenker, 55.49; 17, Andrew Laughlin, 56.04; 110-meter hurdles – 7, Sherman Hartzler, 18.47; 300-meter hurdles – 16, Sherman Hartzler, 48.12; 4x100-meter relay – 5, Harrisonville, 45.31; 4x200-meter relay – 5, Harrisonville, 1:36.67; shot put – 7, Tucker Schlesener, 42-6; 14, Dylan Lycht, 38-9; discus throw – 5, Tucker Schlesener, 124-5.

The Harrisonville girls took 15th with a team score of 10 points. Their results are as follows: 400-meter dash – 5, Mellissa Watson, 1:03.59; 15, Kristen Koch, 1:07.37; 300-meter hurdles – 4, Mary Kittilstad, 52.08; 4x100-meter relay – 12, Harrisonville, 55.39; 4x200-meter relay – 8, Harrisonville, 1:55.86; high jump – 10, Kayley Martley, 4-7; 10, Colleen Coday, 4-7; shot put – 12, Elizabeth Sanders, 30-7; discus throw – Ferguson Camron, 88-7.

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