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Track & Field - Coed Varsity
4/14/18
Augusta Track Team Competes at Mason County


Despite dodging a few rain showers, the Augusta track and field team competed in their second meet of the season on Saturday, April 14, at Mason County.



In the boys’ 100M dash, Jushod Commodore ran 12.49.  In the girl’s 100M dash, Maddie Whiteman finished in 15.49, Ashleigh Taylor in 15.87, and Madison Kelsch in 15.89.  In the boys’ 200M dash, Commodore placed 7th of 19 runners, finishing in 25.47 seconds.  In the girls’ race, Violet Hiles ran 31.87, Maddie Whiteman 33.52, and Ashleigh Taylor 34.13.



“Jushod continues to compete at a high level against older competition,” Coach Tim Litteral said.  “As a 7th grader, he’s one of the few middle school students competing in these varsity events.”



Seth Fouts was less than a second away from setting a new personal record (PR) in the 800M run, finishing in 2:31.96.  Adam Sallee did set a new PR of 2:46.30 in the event.  In the 1600M Run (one-mile), Conner Snapp ran a personal best 5:47.  Sallee also ran the 1600M, finishing in 6:33.  Snapp also competed in the 3200M and had a 40-second PR, running a 12:50. 



“Conner had a good day,” Litteral said.  “New to track this year and just a 7th grader, he set two personal bests today, and had a big improvement in the two-mile from his first time out.”



Stephen Cordle threw 36 feet 10 inches in the shot put, a personal best and good enough to secure a 3rd place medal out of 21 throwers.  John Paul Cordle was measured having thrown 28 feet 1 inch, while Seth Fouts threw 24 feet 4.5 inches. 



“Stephen threw well today,” Litteral stated.  “He surpassed what he threw in the Region last year, and still has about four weeks to continue improving before we get to the post-season.”



In the boys’ long jump, Commodore jumped 15 feet 3 inches, while Fouts set a new PR, jumping 14 feet 7.75 inches.  For the girls’, Kelsch jumped 10 feet 2 inches.



This Saturday, the team will compete in Bourbon County.  On Tuesday, April 24, they will compete in the Rowan County Invitational.


 

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