Bristol, Warren win multiple events

Bristol, Warren win multiple events

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Bristol, Warren win multiple events

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Hendersonville High freshman Kennedy Jordan finished 15th in the boys’ triple jump with a best effort of 30 feet.

Hendersonville High freshman Kennedy Jordan finished 15th in the boys’ triple jump with a best effort of 30 feet.

Merrol Hyde Magnet junior Emilie Boone finished third in the girls’ high jump with a best effort of 4 feet, 8 inches.

Merrol Hyde Magnet junior Emilie Boone finished third in the girls’ high jump with a best effort of 4 feet, 8 inches.

Portland High senior Sam England finished seventh in the girls’ high jump, with a best effort of 4-4.

Portland High senior Sam England finished seventh in the girls’ high jump, with a best effort of 4-4.

Hendersonville High sophomore Dee Gaston finished second in the girls’ long jump with a best effort of 15 feet, 6 inches.

Hendersonville High sophomore Dee Gaston finished second in the girls’ long jump with a best effort of 15 feet, 6 inches.

Portland High freshman Shai Sumpter-Bey makes an attempt in the boys’ high jump.

Portland High freshman Shai Sumpter-Bey makes an attempt in the boys’ high jump.

Gallatin High senior Kelsey Warren won the girls’ long jump (16 feet, 1.5 inches) and triple jump (32 feet, 9 inches) events.

Gallatin High senior Kelsey Warren won the girls’ long jump (16 feet, 1.5 inches) and triple jump (32 feet, 9 inches) events.

HENDERSONVILLE Station Camp High senior Aaron Bristol and Gallatin High senior Kelsey Warren each won two gold medals in field events during Tuesday’s action at the 14th annual Sumner County Track and Field Championship Meet, the championship for Sumner County public schools.

Tuesday’s schedule at the meet – sponsored by The News Examiner, the Hendersonville Star News, Madison Trophy Shop and Sonic Drive-Ins – consisted of field events and preliminary heats for running events at Hendersonville High School’s Memorial Stadium.

Both Bristol and Warren won their respective long-jump and triple-jump events. Bristol’s best efforts were 20 feet, 5.5 inches in the long jump and 42-6 in the triple jump, while Warren paced the field with a 16-1.5 in the long jump and a 32-9 in the triple jump.

Merrol Hyde Magnet senior Carter Davidson posted the fastest qualifying time in the boys 110-meter hurdles.

Merrol Hyde Magnet senior Carter Davidson posted the fastest qualifying time in the boys 110-meter hurdles.

Station Camp also picked up victories in the 3,200-meter runs as senior Nathan Watson (9:36) finished 15 seconds ahead of Beech senior Nash Young, while freshman Faith Brown edged senior teammate Mikki Davis by .24 seconds to win the girls’ race.

Beech senior Ian Hafner cleared 6-2 to win the boys high jump, while Hendersonville sophomore Brooke Long’s jump of 4-9 won the girls competition.

Throwing events, originally scheduled for Monday at Gallatin High School, were pushed to Wednesday afternoon due to inclement weather.

Hendersonville High sophomore Brooke Long runs in a 100-meter hurdles qualifying heat. Long won the girls’ high jump with a best effort of 4 feet, 9 inches.

Hendersonville High sophomore Brooke Long runs in a 100-meter hurdles qualifying heat. Long won the girls’ high jump with a best effort of 4 feet, 9 inches.

After Tuesday’s four events, Beech’s boys lead Station Camp by 24 points, while Gallatin’s girls hold a 4.5-point lead on the Lady Bison.

Finals for running events are slated for Thursday evening at Hendersonville, beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Boys (through Tuesday’s events)

Beech 63, Station Camp 39, Gallatin 31, Hendersonville 13, Merrol Hyde Magnet 6, Portland 1

3,200-meter run

Place             Name, School     Time/distance

1             Nathan Watson, Station Camp     9:36

2             Nash Young, Beech          9:51

3             Alex Ponce, Merrol Hyde Magnet               10:09

High jump

1             Ian Hafner, Beech            6-2

2             Preston Tribble, Beech    5-10

3             Caleb Thornton, Hendersonville   5-8

From left Beech High senior Rodrick Napper, White House freshman Ray Williams, Station Camp senior Aaron Bristol, Gallatin junior Dezmond Chambers, White House freshman Cameron Cassanova and Merrol Hyde Magnet freshman Jordan Huff compete in a 100-meter dash preliminary heat.

From left Beech High senior Rodrick Napper, White House freshman Ray Williams, Station Camp senior Aaron Bristol, Gallatin junior Dezmond Chambers, White House freshman Cameron Cassanova and Merrol Hyde Magnet freshman Jordan Huff compete in a 100-meter dash preliminary heat.

Long jump

1             Aaron Bristol, Station Camp          20-5.5

2             Adrean Garrett, Gallatin  19-5.5

3             Edrico Briscoe, Gallatin   19-5

Triple jump

1             Aaron Bristol, Station Camp          42-6

2             Devin Smith, Beech          42-3

3             Chaz Williamson, Beech  41-2

Girls (through Tuesday’s events)

Gallatin 48, Station Camp 43.5, Hendersonville 27, Merrol Hyde Magnet 17, Beech 15, Portland 5.5

3,200-meter run

1             Faith Brown, Station Camp           12:51.84

2             Mikki Davis, Station Camp             12:52.08

3             Kaelyn Meier, Merrol Hyde Magnet           12:53.75

From left: Gallatin High freshman Jillian Baldis, Portland senior Sam England and Beech sophomore Savannah Diel compete in a 100-meter hurdles preliminary heat.

From left: Gallatin High freshman Jillian Baldis, Portland senior Sam England and Beech sophomore Savannah Diel compete in a 100-meter hurdles preliminary heat.

High jump

1             Brooke Long, Hendersonville        4-9

2             Jaylyn Briggs, Gallatin      4-8

3             Emilie Boone, Merrol Hyde Magnet           4-8

Long jump

1             Kelsey Warren, Gallatin   16-1.5

2             Dee Gaston, Hendersonville          15-6

3             Haley Miller, Station Camp            14-0

Triple jump

1             Kelsey Warren, Gallatin   32-9

2             Taylor Black, Station Camp           31-2

3             Shardanay Smith, Gallatin              29-6

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