Warriors win CCU meet
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Waccamaw High School's boys and girls track teams won the Coastal Carolina University Invitational last week.
The boys won their meet with a time of 92:18.03. Carolina Forest (93:25.32) was second and Socastee (96:26.92) was third.
Dustin Conklin of Carolina Forest High School (17:32.71) won the boys 5K. Jaz Greene of Waccamaw High (17:34.80) was second and Robert Jones of Waccamaw High (18:01:96) was third.
Other Waccamaw competitors: Blake Marsh (18:51.97), eighth; Jackson Stacy (18:52.14), ninth; Colin McKellar (18:57.16), 10th; Zac Benton (19:06.09), 11th; Jack Buffington (19:36.68), 16th; Jackson Homnick (19:55.11), 19th; Grant Smith (19:58.310, 20th; Kyle Wright (20:12.02), 22nd; Adam Paquette (21:03.72), 30th; Curtis Lawing (21:11.29), 33rd; James Lee (21:15.48), 35th; Nate Fata (21:25.49), 36th; Jarrod Homan (22:29.14), 43rd; Jed Mackey (22:54.35), 49th; Noah Benton (23:06.66), 51st; Aubrie Gauthier (23:44.11), 54th; Bennett Meares (24:12.85), 59th; Stockman Dorn (25:52.20), 71st.
The girls won their meet with a time of 111:37.67. Socastee (119:56.85) was second and Carolina Forest (121:07.44) was third.
Lisa Pieterse of Carolina Forest (19:44.69) won the girls 5K. Grace Barnett of Waccamaw (20:24.78) was second and Benjamin Jenerette of North Myrtle Beach (20:58.48) was third.
Other Waccamaw competitors: Amelia Jones (21:19.26), fourth; Jamie Barnett (22:58.50), ninth; Rachel Thornton (23:24.83), 12th; Mary Butler Despain (23:30.30), 13th; Mackenzie Arnold (23:43.91), 15th; Taylor Cook (23:48.09), 16th; Sarah Cook (24:37.88), 18th; Joy Millane (24:44.54) 19th; Briley Arnold (27:42.24), 34th; Leah Boghosian (29:51.38), 43rd; Olivia Dunlap (29:58.92), 44th; Morgan Welch (30:51.79), 47th; Emily Middleton (32:17.53), 54th; Lochlyn Heijl (33:03.33), 58th; Leanne Masterson (37:19.35), 71st.
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