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Prep Track Roundup - May 19

Friday, May 18, 2018

michiganMichigan @ MHSAA LP Region 35-4

Boys
100 Meters - Prelims
21) Jason Thoune 13.39a
24) Jesus Alonso Flores-Lopez 16.32a

200 Meters - Prelims
19) Jason Thoune 27.73a

Girls
100 Meters - Prelims
22) Crystal Katcher 20.01a

Thursday, May 17 & Friday, May 18, 2018

oregonOregon @ OSAA 1A State Championships

Boys
4x100 Relay - Finals
-) Seiper Emuch, Alexander Garcia, Hunter Lively, Calvin Payton (DQ)

Shot Put - 12lb - Finals
10) Cedric Armstrong 39-00.75

Prep Track Roundup - May 18

Thursday, May 17, 2018

indianaIndiana @ IHSAA Boys Track & Field Sectional 19 - Results

OSD athletes score at Western Heights track meet

oklahomaSULPHUR — The beating spikes on the rough track, the roar of the crowd, the pop of the starting gun and the booming announcements over the loudspeaker mean that it is track season in Oklahoma.These are sounds that most people have typically experienced, but Emily Cavello and Dylan Evans have never experienced the sounds of the beating spikes, the roaring crowd, the starting gun or the booming announcements.

Both Cavello and Evans are deaf and have found their passions and athletic opportunities at the Oklahoma School for the Deaf in Sulphur.

Read more: http://www.theadanews.com/news/local_news/osd-athletes-score-at-western-heights-track-meet/article_3dda3575-cb82-5ff1-923e-5ffc4b96ba29.html

Source: The Ada News

Wisconsin girls wins GPSD Track & Field championship for 1st time

2018 Wisconsin Girls GPSD Champs2018 Girls GPSD Track & Field Champions - Wisconsin School for the Deaf. Front row (L-R): Quente Berry (manager) Paige Sheffield, Jazmin Victorino, Tao Yi Dallmann, Jhada Meyer, Jalila Martens, Katrina Meekuwsen, Marinna Lampson, Lucero Urioztegui-Arreola. Back row (L-R): Assistant Coach Casey Kelly, Assistant Coach Scott Kendziorski, Coach Karla Gunn, Coach Michael Eldred . (Photo courtesy of WSD Athletics)

On Saturday, April 28th, the Wisconsin School for the Deaf girls captured the school’s first ever Great Plains Schools for the Deaf Track & Field championship since becoming a member in 2010. The girls won the event with 132 points followed by Kansas with 88 and Minnesota with 72. Prior to 2010, Wisconsin girls competed in softball and did not have a track team for a while. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matthew Eby)

Wisconsin Girls Results

Final Results - 1) Wisconsin 132 2) Kansas 88 3) Minnesota 72 4) Oklahoma 54 5) Missouri 39 6) Arkansas 30 7) Iowa 18

Prep Track Roundup - May 17

Track ScoreboardWednesday, May 16, 2018

Washington @ District IV 1B Track Meet - Results

Wisconsin @ Indian Trails Conference Meet - Results

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Michigan @ Triangular Meet - Results

Model @ PVAC Championships - Results

Friday, May 11 & Saturday, May 12, 2018

Arizona @ Valley Christian Heptathlon/Decathlon - Results

Colorado @ 1A Invitational Track Meet - Results

Eastern North Carolina @ NCHSAA 1A Mideast Regional - Results

Fremont @ BCL Championships - Results

Idaho @ 1A District 4 Championships - Results

Illinois @ Gillespie Invitational (Boys) - Results

Illinois @ 1A Beardstown Sectional (Girls) - Results

Iowa @ 1A District (Fremont-Mills) - Results

Oklahoma @ OSSAA 1A State Championship - Results

Oregon @ 1A-1 Casco/Valley 10 District Championships - Results

Riverside @ CIF Southern Section Division 4 Prelims - Results

tennesseeTennessee @ TSSAA D-I Small Schools East Regional

Boys
100 Meters
10) Lorenzo Currie 11.60a

200 Meters
9) Lorenzo Currie 23.68a

400 Meters
17) Lorenzo Currie 58.39a

Long Jump
6) Lorenzo Currie 20-00.00

Girls
800 Meters
15) Haliey Robinson 2:54.73a
19) Sydney Rednour 3:08.95a

1600 Meters
13) Haliey Robinson 6:37.95a
22) Sydney Rednour 7:14.74a

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

stmarysSt. Mary’s hosts dual meet

Boys - The Bison hosted the O’Hara Hawks yesterday in their last track meet before the ESDAA Track and Field Championships. The weather was perfect for running and the Bison managed to “stampede” their way to a win while closing out their regular season. (Contributed by Athletic Director Jim Carmody)

Long Jump: Isa Habeeb 16-02.00, Nick Barrus 18-03.50 (1st Place)
Triple Jump: Isa Habeeb 31-08, Nick Barrus 35-01.50 (1st Place)
Shot Put: Adnan Abdi 20-03.25, Jonathan Allen 21-09.00, Ryan Brzezinski 36-11.75 (1st Place)
Discus: Adnan Abdi 54-01, Jonathan Allen 67-02, Ryan Brzezinski 94-09 (1st Place)
100m: Givon Blackwell 13.2, Ryan Brzezinski 14.5
1600m: Kassim Kassim 6:41.7, Christian Lawrence 5:34.2 (1st Place)
400m: Ethan Antone 1:01.8, Givon Blackwell 1:08.4
800m: Christian Lawrence 2:42.4 (1st Place), Isa Habeeb 3:03.9, Michael Norris 3:16.0
200m: Ethan Antone 31.7, Givon Blackwell 36.9, Nick Barrus 25.8 (1st Place)
4x400: Antone/Lawrence/Allen/Norris 5:18.1
4x100: Antone/Habeeb/Brzezinski/Kassim 1:00.8
High Jump: Christian Lawrence 5-02, Nick Barrus 5-06 (1st Place)

Score - St. Mary’s 56 Cardinal O’Hara 44

Girls - This meet was our Lady Bison final tune-up before we set off to Fredrick, Maryland to test our skills against the rest of the ESDAA in our annual Track and Field championships. We competed against one of the hardest teams as of yet in Cardinal O’Hara. Although you would not see success on the points sheet, our achievements could be measured by five personal records that surprisingly came from most of our rookies (Tatyanna Bean, Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves, & Kearah Kelly). If we can somehow get all of our girls peaking at the right time this weekend, we may have a shot at making some noise. (Contributed by Head Coach Bryan Booke)

Long Jump: Kioney Alvira-Juardo 1306.50
Triple Jump: Kioney Alvira-Juardo 28-03.50
Shot Put: Cameron Cole 26-11.50, Elise Watson 18-08.50
Discus: Cameron Cole 63-09
100m: Kearah Kelly 14.81
1600m: Tatyanna Bean 11:16
400m: Kearah Kelly 1:23
800m: Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves 4:07
200m: Kearah Kelly 33:06

Score - Cardinal O’Hara 74 St. Mary’s 16

ALL-USA Watch: Deaf Mississippi athlete takes two golds at state track and field championships

By Chris Todd

2018 Kenmarkis Meeks
PEARL, Miss. — It was man-up time for Kenmarkis Meeks.

The standout athlete for the Mississippi School for the Deaf showed up to Saturday’s state track and field championships at Pearl High School and was amazed by what he saw.

Read more: https://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/nfl/cardinals/2018/05/09/arizona-cardinals-sign-legally-deaf-fullback-derrick-coleman/596664002/

Source: USA Today High School Sports/The Clarion-Ledger

Photo credit - USA Today High School Sports/The Clarion-Ledger

 
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