The St. Frederick track and field continued their strong spring with the boys and girls winning the District 2-1A championship. The win by the boys team is the first in school history.
The St. Frederick boys team scored 191 points. Ouachita Christian scored 180 for second-place followed by Delhi Charter third-place with 62 points, Delhi fourth-place with 58 points, Mangham fifth-place with 47 points and Tensas sixth-place with six points.
The Lady Warriors won after a team score of 164 points. OCS was second-place with 152 points followed by Delhi 83 points, Mangham with 66 points, Delhi Charter with 62 points, and Tensas with 23 points.
The top runner at the meet on the boys side was John Ellender of St. Frederick. Outstanding field athlete was Randy Bently of Ouachita Christian. High point athlete was a tie between Grant Fitzhugh (OCS) and Killian Hicks (OCS). Outstanding girls field athlete was Hannah Lutrick (OCS). Carlisle Wirtz (OCS) won the high points award for girls while Jasmyn Lawson of Mangham won girls Outstanding runner.
“St Frederick is very proud to be boys and girls District 2-1A champions for 2015. It took a total team effort and came down to the last few races at the district meet,” St. Frederick coach Dalton LeBleu said. “The long hours of dedication and preparation by our athletes and coaches paid off. We were very excited when John Ellender received the Outstanding Male Runner trophy for scoring the most points by an individual in running events. We are looking forward to moving on to the regional track meet this Tuesday at Lakeside and hope to be able represent our district at the state track meet in Baton Rouge (May 7-9).”
Connect with Cody on Twitter @cfutrellTNS or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org