West beats Swansboro, Richlands in home track meet | Sports

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CITY OF MORE HEAD — West Carteret captured the two sides of a three-team home Athletics encounter in very different ways.

The Patriots dominated the girls’ game, totaling 135.5 points to beat Swansboro with 15.5 and Richlands with 10.

The boys had a much tougher time, edging out Swansboro by just three points. West totaled 74.5 points while the Pirates had 71.5. Richlands took third place with 30.

Sha’niyah Gethers had a great encounter for the girls, winning three events. She won the 100 meters in 20.10 seconds, the 200 meters in 25.6 and the long jump with a jump of 15 feet and 2 inches.

Sara Windsor had two victories, clocking 6:05 in the 1,600 meters and 13:46 in the 3,200 meters.

West won three stints, clocking 51.9 in the 400 meters, 1:49 in the 800 meters and 4:28 in the 1,600 meters.

Grace Guilford won the 400 meters in 59.58 and was second in the 200 meters in 25.96.

Hubbard Stack took a triumph in the 300 meters hurdles in 53.50 and took second place in the pole vault with a jump of 7-0.

MaryBeth Garrison landed the triple jump with a score of 31-09 on the boards and was second in the long jump with a jump of 14-01.

Alexandra Vaequez won the shot put with a 30-01 surge and was second in the discus throw with a 67-01 throw.

Jayden Lupton took the high jump with a 5-0 jump and was second in the triple jump with a 28-07 jump.

Bella Counts earned two second-place finishes, clocking 6:06 in the 1,600 meters and 13:55 in the 3,200 meters.

The Patriots picked up three more victories with Courtney Tyndall winning the 800 meters in 2:28, Ansley Jones placing first in the 1,600 meters in 6:20 and Alyssa Cooley jumping 10-0 to beat the field.

Isabella Mennella was second in the 300-meter hurdles in 53.90 and was third in the triple jump with a 28-0 jump.

Emily Skinner was second in the 100 meters in 20.50 and third in the 300 meters hurdles in 56.80.

Taylor Murphy-Canto was second in the shot put with a 29-04 surge and was third in the discus throw with a 63-07 throw.

Ryan Germain was second in the 800 meters in 2:37, followed by Riley Preston in 2:45.

Anna Johnson placed third in the pole vault with a 6-0 effort, and Kenley Ballou took third in the 200 meters in 27.6.

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Matthew Coker had three top-three finishes, winning the 300-meter hurdles in 45.0 and the high jump by a leap of 5-06, and taking second place in the 110-meter hurdles in 18.10.

Spencer Maxwell won the 200 meters in 22.9 and was second in the 100 meters in 11.26.

Lamar Teel took first place in the 100 meters in 11.20 and was second in the 200 meters in 23.10.

Peyton Wheeler took the 400 meters triumph in 51.10, Colton Ellis took the pole vault victory with an 11-0 clearance and Noah Munden won the shot put with a 45-02 surge.

The Patriots captured two stints, winning the 400 meters in 44.7 and the 800 meters in 1:33. They placed third in the 400-meter relay in 3:45.

Hunter Guthrie was second in the 800 meters in 2:11 and was third in the high jump with a 5-04 clearance.

Chance McCubbin had two second-place finishes, reaching the line in the 1,600 meters in 5:04 and stopping the clock in 11:23 in the 3,200 meters.

Judge Dade’El finished second in the long jump with a score of 18-01 on the tape.

Javaris Miller was second in the 200 meters clocking 23.20 and Xhaiden Mosby was second in the triple jump with a 36-0 jump.

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