Charlestown asserted its second consecutive sectional title in amazing design Tuesday night. The Pirates stacked up 164 focuses, almost bending over next in line Madison, on the way to initially put at the Jeffersonville Sectional.
Charlestown mentor, Jerry Doyle wrote on Facebook that words can’t depict how glad he is of these unbelievable youngsters. Charlestown is honored to have these competitors as agents. The Cubs were second with 83 while the host Red Devils took third with 80. Switzerland County (69) and Silver Creek (66) balanced the main five.
The Pirates were paced by Lyric Steele. The sophomore won the 100 (12.31) and 200 (25.04). It was an individual from the Pirates’ triumphant 400 hand-off group (50.78). Additionally, it was included Anneiah King, Jayda Holbrook and Sadee Goedeker.
In the mean time individual sophomore Alexis Deaton cleared the tossing occasions, winning the shot put (41-8) and plate (109-0). Holbrook in the 400 (1:01.51) was the other individual victor for Charlestown. Meanwhile, Jessie McCoy, Jackie McCoy, Kaylee Kinser and Laney Hawkins collaborated to take first in the 3,200 hand-off (10:41.30). Moreover, Jessie McCoy was second in the 1,600 and third in the 800 while Jackie McCoy set second in the 3,200.
The third-place Red Devils were driven by Arielle Phillips. The lesser won the 100 obstacles (15.95) and was third in the 300 obstacles. She additionally collaborated with MacKenzie Fountain, Nevaeh Bates and Dakota Sims to complete first in the 1,600 hand-off (4:17.34). and that foursome was additionally second in the 400 hand-off.
Moreover, Fountain was second in the long leap, as was Bates in the 400. The fifth place Dragons were driven by Katelyn Grady. The senior won the 300 obstacles (48.98) and was third in the 100 obstacles. New Washington was driven by junior Haylie Spear. He was second in the plate. The main three finishers in every occasion naturally advance to the Bloomington North Regional.