Georgetown dominates

  • Thursday, April 10, 2014

Chris Sokoloski/Times Faizon Puschia of Andrews in the long jump.


Georgetown High’s boys and girls track and field teams both scored victories at a home meet Wednesday night.

The boys scored 117 points, easily beating Myrtle Beach (84), Andrews (49), Hemingway (40) and Lincoln (26).

The girls scored 100 points to beat Myrtle Beach (80), Andrews (42), Hemingway (30) and Lincoln (22).

Boys results

4x100: Georgetown 44.89;

4x800: Georgetown 10:31;

110-meter hurdles: Eric Techer of Georgetown 15.05;

100-meters: Derrick Hannah of Georgetown 11.06;

400-meters: Abe Schmale of Georgetown 55.08;

400-meter hurdles: DeMondre Livingston of Georgetown 1:04.08;

200-meters: Derrick Hannah of Georgetown 22.90;

4x400: Georgetown 3:54;

Long jump: Quemell Brave of Georgetown 19 feet, 6 inches;

Triple jump: Quemell Brave of Georgetown 41 feet, 7½ inches;

High jump: Antonio McCutchen of Andrews 5 feet, 8 inches.

Girls results

4x100: Georgetown 51.63;

4x800: Georgetown 12:36;

100-meter hurdles: Qunazia Gardner of Georgetown 16.34;

100-meters: Danielle Richardson of Georgetown 12.60;

400-meters: Kennedy Beach of Georgetown 1:06.05;

200-meters: Danielle Richardson of Georgetown 26.72;

4x400: Andrews 4:54;

Long jump: Danielle Richardson of Georgetown 16 feet, 10½ inches;

Triple jump: Jahnina Smith of Georgetown 29 feet, 10 inches.


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