Thursday, March 27, 2014
Waccamaw High’s girls and Carvers Bay High’s boys brought home team titles from the annual County Quad track and field meet last week.
The Lady Warriors had 97 points, followed by Carvers Bay 50, Georgetown 47, and Andrews 16. The Bears had 81 points, followed by Waccamaw 72, Georgetown 53 and Andrews 19.
4x100 relay, Georgetown 51.44;
4x800 relay, Waccamaw 11:11;
100-meter hurdles, Qunazia Gardner of Georgetown 17.76;
100-meter, Danielle Richardson of Georgetown 12.78;
1,600-meters, Amelia Jones of Waccamaw 6:00;
400-meters, Tyasha Edwards of Waccamaw 1:03;
400-meters hurdles, Briley Arnold of Waccamaw 1:12;
800-meters, Tiera Young of Carvers Bay 2:40;
200-meters, Danielle Richardson of Georgetown 26.75 (new GHS record);
3,200-meters, Amelia Jones of Waccamaw 13:34;
4x400 relay, Carvers Bay 4:22;
Long jump, Danielle Richardson of Georgetown 17 feet, 2¼ inches;
Triple jump, Alex Hight of Waccamaw 29 feet, 5 inches;
Shot put, LeAnn Thompson of Waccamaw 33 feet, 4 inches;
Discus, Ciara Parker of Waccamaw 81 feet, 3 inches.
4x100 relay, Carvers Bay 44.63;
4x800 relay, Waccamaw 9:25;
110-meter hurdles, Eric Techer of Georgetown 17.00;
100-meters, Lewis Morant of Carvers Bay 11.06;
1,600-meters, Robert Jones Waccamaw 4:55;
400-meters, J.J. Sherman of Waccamaw 50.8;
400-meter hurdles, DeMasio Timmons of Carvers Bay;
800-meter, Robert Jones of Waccamaw 2:04;
200-meters, Lewis Morant of Carvers Bay 22.41;
3,200-meters, Grant Smith of Waccamaw 11:20;
4x400 relay, Waccamaw 3:35;
Long jump, Quemell Brave of Georgetown 20 feet, 7½ inches;
Triple jump, Quemell Brave of Georgetown 41 feet, 7 inches;
Shot put, Johnson of Carvers Bay 42 feet, 1 inches;
Discus, Johnson of Carvers Bay 112 feet, 3 inches.
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