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Girls NECC Track results

 

Skyler Carpenter won four individual events, including three in record-setting form, to lead the Westview girls track team to its third straight NECC meet championship last Friday night in Churubusco.

The Lady Warrior ace captured blue ribbons in the 200-meter dash, 100-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and long jump to help her squad pile up 130 points in the annual show. Three back with 127 markers was Fairfield. Angola took third with 105.

Carpenter’s amazing night began in the 100-meter hurdle finale, which she won in a time of 14.52 seconds. The clocking broke her own meet record in the event of 14.90 which she set a year ago.

A little later in the meet, Carpenter sped to victory in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 43.26, shading the previous standard of 43.37 that she established last season. Carpenter then won the 200-meter dash in 24.96, bettering the mark of 25.27 that she set in 2011.

The fourth blue ribbon for Carpenter came in the long jump, which she won with a leap of `17-2.75 feet.

Four other meet standards were broken and one was tied in the ideal weather conditions Friday. Jeslyn Zimmerly of Westview equaled her NECC record in the pole vault with a winning jump of 12-0 feet.

Payton Summers of Churubusco edged Westview’s Mandy Jones in the 100-meter dash by .01 of a second with a mark of 12.55. Summers also broke Jones’ NECC record of 12.56 which she set last year in the process.

That wasn’t the only bad news for Jones, who aggravated a hamstring injury at the end of the race. The Lady Warrior standout, who signed with Indiana State University earlier in the week, will likely miss the upcoming IHSAA tournament series.

Fremont’s Abby Hostetler broke records in winning both the 800-meter (2:15.94) and 1600-meter (5:01.90) runs. Renee Schlabach of Fairfield had held the 800-meter mark of 2:16.59 since 1999, while Nicole Williams of Westview was the previous meet record-holder in the 1600 with an effort of 5:07.60 she ran back in 1998.

Heather Monk of Churubusco, who won the discus event Friday night with a toss of 124-10 feet, had set a new NECC record in the shot put Tuesday with a heave of 42-4. The previous best of 40-8.5 was set back in 1981 by Regina Erb of Fairfield.

The Fairfield quartet of Emily Beasley, Brooke Mast, Kelsie Graber and Taylor Stidham broke the previous standard in the 1600-meter relay with an effort of 4:05.09. The old mark of 4:11.0 was established in 2009 by Westview’s Ariel Miller, Amanda Hunsberger, Skyler Carpenter and Nicole Jansing.

 

MEET SUMMARY

Team Scoring

Westview 130; Fairfield 127; Angola 105; Churubusco 77; Fremont 61; West Noble 56; Prairie Heights 25; Central Noble 23; Lakeland 11; Eastside 5; Hamilton 4

Event Finals

100 Meter Hurdles–1. Skyler Carpenter (WV) 14.52 (new meet record); 2. Becca Kropf (FF) 15.67; 3. Allison Young (PH) 16.03; 4. Chelsea Sherburne (FR) 16.26; 5. Sabrina Whitaker (WV) 16.74; 6. Tiffany Doty (FR) 17.57; 7. Jessica Hoover (LL) 17.,92; 8. Taylor Merritt (HA) 17.97

100 Meters–1. Payton Summers (CH) 12.55 (new meet record); 2. Mandy Jones (WV) 12.56; 3. Emily Watkins (AN) 12.64; 4. Amairany Cruz (WN) 13.19; 5. Lindsay Dyson (AN) 13.21; 6. Jeslyn Zimmerly (WV) 13.25; 7. Sophie Brown (FF) 13.26; 8. Holly Rawles (CN) 13.39

1600 Meters–1. Abby Hostetler (FR) 5:01.90 (new meet record); 2. Ericka Rinehart (AN) 5:18.07; 3. Taylor Stidham (FF) 5:29.75; 4. Anissa Richards (WN) 5:32.33; 5. Janell Bender (WV) 5:33.79; 6. Kaitlyn Warren (WV) 5:44.69; 7. Brooke Mast (FF) 5:50.12; 8. Emily Weber (CN) 5:51.66

400 Meter Relay–1. Angola (names not reported) 51.27; 2. Churubusco 51.35; 3. Fairfield 51.41; 4. West Noble 51.72; 5. Westview 53.89; 6. Fremont 54.79; 7. Prairie Heights 56.22; 8. Hamilton 57.45

400 Meters–1. Brittany Beard (AN) 59.43; 2. Amairany Cruz (WN) 1:01.22; 3. Emily Beasley (FF) 1:01.92; 4. Brittany McKinney (CH) 1:01.95; 5. Haley Fulkerson (CH) 1:03.01; 6. Danae Miller (FF) 1:03.65; 7. Holly Rawles (CN) 1:04.87; 8. Rachelle Whitaker (WV) 1:05.13

300 Meter Hurdles–1. Skyler Carpenter (WV) 43.26 (new meet record); 2. Becca Kropf (FF) 44.35; 3. Eva Rohrer (FF) 48.89; 4. Sabrina Whitaker (WV) 49.46; 5. Lauren Honer (AN) 49.86; 6. Tiffany Doty (FR) 49.96; 7. Chelsea Sherburne (FR) 50.32; 8. Emma Frericks (CH) 50.58

800 Meters–1. Abby Hostetler (FR) 2:15.94 (new meet record); 2. Brittany Beard (AN) 2:17.09; 3. Corinne Barker (CN) 2:26.51; 4. Aspen Dirr (PH) 2:29.16; 5. Emily Beasley (FF) 2:31.04; 6. Kylie Barker (WV) 2:31.61; 7. Maddie Jones (WV) 2:33.18; 8. Kelsie Graber (FF) 2:33.64

200 Meters–1. Skyler Carpenter (WV) 24.96 (new meet record); 2. Emily Watkins (AN) 25.93; 3. Allison Young (PH) 27.13; 4. Payton Summers (CH) 27.24; 5. Alissa Faldoe (FF) 27.46; 6. Holly Rawles (CN) 27.66; 7. Lindsay Dyson (AN) 27.96; 8. Mandy Jones (WV) 2:27.36

3200 Meters–1. Anna Aldrich (FR) 11:25.05; 2. Ericka Rinehart (AN) 11:28.28; 3. Taylor Stidham (FF) 12:05.65; 4. Kaitlyn Warren (WV) 12:13.79; 5. Anissa Richards (WN) 12:19.41; 6. Janell Bender (WV) 12:22.45; 7. Jenna Keiper (FF) 12:57.58; 8. Maria Clemons (AN) 13:12.22

1600 Meter Relay–1. Fairfield (Emily Beasley, Brooke Mast, Kelsie Graber, Taylor Stidham) 4:05.09 (new meet record); 2. West Noble 4:07.02; 3. Angola 4:18.92; 4. Central Noble 4:19.77; 5. Fremont 4:24.45; 6. Westview 4:24.70; 7. Churubusco 4:26.50; 8. Lakeland 4:48.24

Pole Vault– 1. Jeslyn Zimmerly (WV) 12-0 (ties meet record); 2. Kennedy Trine (AN) 11-6; 3. Sophie Brown (FF) 11-6; 4. Kinzie Hogeston (CH) 9-0; 5. Kristin Hull (FF) 8-6; 6. Amanda Fager (AN) 8-6; 7. Heather Buchanan (WV) 7-6; 8. Molly Blake (CH) 7-6

Long Jump–1. Skyler Carpenter (WV) 17-2.75; 2. Mandy Jones (WV) 16-10.75; 3. Rosalyn Miller (FF) 15-8.75; 4. Emily Watkins (AN) 15-8; 5. Haley Richardson (WN) 15-7.75; 6. Becca Kropf (FF) 15-6.75; 7. Taylor Merritt (HA) 14-10.75; 8. Kate Capkovitz (AN) 14-6.25

Discus–1. Heather Monk (CH) 124-10; 2. Katie Monk (CH) 123-3; 3. Hannah Bright (WN) 120-3; 4. Sierra Smith (FF) 116-0; 5. Monika Stidham (LL) 98-8; 6. Kamry Hunter (WN) 96-4; 7. Brittany Brose (CN) 91-9; 8. Cosette Kahler (FF) 86-0