Imlay City girls, boys finish up third at the TCT Capac Relays
May 07, 2008TRI-CITY AREA — The Imlay City, Capac and Almont girls' track teams wound up with respective finishes of third, fourth and sixth last Saturday at The 29th Annual Tri-City Times Capac Relays.
Caro (111 points) edged Cros-Lex (108) for meet honors. Imlay City (94 points), Capac (65), Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest (26), Almont (22), Bad Axe (19) and Armada (14) occupied places three through eight when the final standings were announced.
The 400 (Becky Hummel, Taelor Webb, Taylor Lee and Alizabeth Caldwell), 800 (Krissy Swejkowski, Caldwell, Webb and Lee) and 1600 (Webb, Lee, Caldwell and Swejkowski) relays led Imlay City with firsts. They notched respective times of 54.67 seconds, 1:53.31 and 4:23.7 en route.
The high jump (Josefine Egholm, Swejkowski and Webb), freshman 400 (Aimee Newsom, Courtney Martin, Cassondra Durfee and Andrea Gould) and shuttle hurdle (Michelle Marcial, Rebecca Bell, Lindsey Van Dyk and Egholm) relays provided Imlay City's seconds. Those lineups supplied respective outings of 13 feet 6 inches, 58.12 seconds and 1:20.16 along the way.
The long jump (Caldwell, Swejkowski and Egholm), shot put (Allison Gass, Kelly Carland and Kristine Miller) and Greg Parker Classic (Mandy Lacertosa, Robert Huff, Hummel and E.J. Radelt) relays gave Imlay City thirds. They turned in respective efforts of 39 feet 5 1/2 inches, 73 feet and 12:27.78 en route.
|Capac’s Danielle Nieman soars over the pole vault bar with plenty of room to spare at The Tri-City Times Capac Relays. photo by Kevin Kissane.|
The sprint medley (Natasha Nivison, Nicole Wilcox, Caley Campbell and Hummel), coed distance medley (Lacertosa, Huff, Brittany Price and Radelt) and 6400 (Sarah Bennett, Lacertosa, Van Dyk and Price) relays checked in with Imlay City's fourths. Those lineups generated respective outings of 1:30.04, 16:30 and 24:45.3 along the way.
The discus (Denise Soulliere, Gass and Miller) and 3200 (Kassie Brozowski, Ashton Tripp, Price and Bennett) rounded out the list of Imlay City placewinners with fifths. They managed performances of 195 feet 6 inches and 11:32.15, respectively.
The freshman 400 relay of Cheyenne Jurick, Breeann Card, Dominique Coronado and Breeann Bower paced Capac with a first. It took them 57.99 to cover the territory.
The pole vault (Danielle Nieman, Sarah Burgess and Misty Beuschlein), sprint medley (Kayla Weber, Gloria Polzin, Marissa Moore and Bower) and 800 (Polzin, Bower, Nieman and Moore) relays garnered seconds. Those lineups managed respective efforts of 18 feet 6 inches, 1:27.66 and 1:55.5 along the way.
The 1600 relay of Brandy Bly, Nieman, Moore and Weber acquired the lone Capac third. They stopped the watch at 4:27.15 en route.
The long jump (Nieman, Moore and Jurick), discus (Chelsea Stoddard, Nina Ware and Bly), 400 (Jurick, Weber, Polzin and Bower) and shuttle hurdle (Sarah Boltik, Misty Beuschlein, Burgess and Jurick) relays furnished Capac's fourths. Those lineups logged respecctive performances of 37 feet 11 1/2 inches, 197 feet 11 inches, 56.25 seconds and 1:25.94 along the way.
The shot put (Bly, Stoddard and Ware), Greg Parker Classic (Lindsey Manning, Kevin Bollaert, Melissa Sawicki and Brendan Pfeifer), coed distance medley (Melissa Sawicki, Ian McDonald, Manning and Pfeifer) and 6400 (LaRae Hemstrom, Kylie Miller, Manning and Melissa Sawicki) relays wound up with Capac's fifths. They supplied respective efforts of 68 feet 1 inch, 12:52.44, 16:36 and 24:45.15 en route.
The high jump relay of Sarah Spencer, Melissa Sawicki and Polzin completed the list of Capac placewinners with a sixth, thanks to a combined clearance of 12 feet 6 inches.
The 3200 relay of Ellen Glinski, Scotti Langley, Lauren Deneweth and Marie Burkland led Almont, pulling up second. It took them 10:45.97 to accomplish the feat.
The 6400 relay of Glinski, Langley, Deneweth and Burkland secured the lone Almont third, stopping the watch at 24:09.29 along the way.
A 1600 relay of Jolie Wycinski, Langley, Deneweth and Burkland contributed a fifth to Almont's cause. It took them 4:45.51 to accomplish the feat.
The long jump (Chelsea Bijansky, Samantha Zichichi and Ally Matthews), shot put (Kelsey Murphy, Sam Gomez and Wycinski), sprint medley (Melanie Gielnak, Jackie Burkey, Matthews and Wycinski) and coed distance medley (Burkland, Albert Sowers, Deneweth and Dylan Creger) added sixths to Almont's cause. Those lineups generated respective efforts of 21 feet 11 inches, 66 feet 1 1/2 inches, 1:30.81 and 16:40 en route.
In the boys' portion of the meet, Imlay City ranked third.
When the final scores were posted, Caro's 112-point total proved best. They were followed by Cros-Lex (106 points), Imlay City (75), Capac (58), Almont and Bad Axe (35 each), Armada (28) and Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest (15).
The shot put (Mason Duke, Dane Walker and Craig Cutler), freshman 400 (Branden Diplock, John Mosier, Nick Nivison and Cutler), shuttle hurdle (E.J. Webster, Joey Christunas, Brandon Bissett and Chase Dockham) and 1600 (Kevin Shene, Chane Forsyth, Mike Guerrero and Mosier) relays paced Imlay City with seconds. Those lineups furnished respective efforts of 113 feet 4 inches, 49.17 seconds, 1:13 and 3:40 along the way.
The discus (Robert Huff, Duke and Walker), sprint medley (D.J. Salet, Mosier, Nivison and Shene), 3200 (Shene, Guerrero, Huff and Radelt) and Greg Parker Classic (Lacertosa, Huff, Hummel and Radelt) relays generated Imlay City's outright thirds. They managed respective outings of 289 feet 6 inches, 1:14, 9:23 and 12:27.78 en route.
The pole vault relay of Rick Davis, Diplock and Shene added a two-way tie for a third to Imlay City's cause, thanks to a combined clearance of 29 feet 6 inches.
The 400 (Joey Christunas, Guerrero, Nivison and Salet), 800 (Salet, Mosier, Nivison and Guerrero) and coed distance medley (Lacertosa, Huff, Price and Radelt) relays notched Imlay City's fourths. Those lineups supplied respective efforts of 47.83 seconds, 1:38.93 and 16:30 along the way.
The long jump relay of Salet, Webster and Dockham rounded out the list of Imlay City placewinners with a fifth. Their best performances, added together, was 50 feet 11inches.
The freshman 400 relay of Travis Tullio, Tom Bolday, Thomas Morrisey and Eric Withun paced Capac with a first. It took them 49.05 seconds to cover the territory.
The pole vault (Tyler Sawicki, Brian Kulman and Cody Rosseau) and discus (Tino Siewert, Pat White and Shawn Kaiser) relays accounted for Capac's seconds. Those lineups generated respective efforts of 31 feet and 312 feet 10 inches en route.
The high jump (Nick Osborn, John Richards and Bollaert), long jump (Bollaert, Tullio and Richards), shot put (Siewert, Kaiser and Osborn) relays gave Capac thirds. They managed respective performances of 16 feet, 51 feet 7 1/2 inches and 112 feet 8 inches along the way.
The 1600 relay of Tyler Sawicki, Richards, Kulman and Bollaert furnished the lone Capac fourth. They were timed in 3:45.
The 400 (Chee Vang, Tullio, Osborn and Withun), 800 (David Shindak, Tom Bolday, Kevin Bolday and Richards), Greg Parker Classic (Manning, Bollaert, Melissa Sawicki and Pfeifer) and coed distance medley (Melissa Sawicki, McDonald, Manning and Pfeifer) relays supplied Capac's fifths. Those lineups notched respective efforts of 48.67 seconds, 1:42.6, 12:52.44 and 16:36 en route.
The sprint medley (Tullio, Osborn, Vang and Withun) and 6400 (Ben St. Onge, Niles Czekiel, Chris Paluch and Pfeifer) completed the list of Capac placewinners with sixths. They were timed in 1:18 and 22:15.9, respectively.
The shot put (Ben Strouse, Dillon Melly and Ethan Coucke) and discus (Andy Grant, Melly and Coucke) relays led Almont with firsts. Those lineups generated respective efforts of 120 feet 9 inches and 318 feet 11 inches en route.
The 6400 relay of Dylan Creger, Eric Jacobs, Don Tobias and Joel Bock supplied the lone Almont fourth, requiring 21:23.84 to accomplish the feat.
The high jump (Jordan Stanek, Tobias and Coucke), freshman 400 (Alex Rhodes, Phil Kmetz, Derek Kopp and Rodney Dusablom), shuttle hurdle (Mike Owen, Dennis Meek, Dusablom and Rhodes) and 3200 (Cody Corbin, Sowers, Creger and Tobias) relays acquired Almont's fifths. Those lineups notched respective efforts of 15 feet 4 inches, 58.62 seconds, 1:21 and 9:45 en route.
The pole vault (Kyle Podolan, Kopp and Meek) and 400 (Chris Harris, John Wrobel, Garrett Savage and Strouse) rounded out the list of Almont placewinners with sixths. They provided respective performances of 11 feet and 50.63 seconds along the way.
In the combined competition, Caro took meet honors with 223 points. They were followed by Cros-Lex (214 points), Imlay City (169), Capac (123), Almont (57), Bad Axe (54), Armada (42) and Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest (41).
Caro won the Robert O Young Memorial Award. It is presented to the school with the lowest combined time, boys and girls, in the 4 x 1600 relay.