Daily Roundup: May 9, 2019


Coastal Rivers Conference Championship at UNCW

Defending state champion Coastal Christian scored 140 points by winning every event to claim the conference title in dominant fashion.

Marquise Dark was the only athlete to win four events. He captured the 100-meter dash (11.27), 200 (23.37) and was a member of the victorious 4×100 (50.63) and 4×200 (1:56.78) relays.

Daniel Bucker captured three individual victories (6-2 in high jump, 18-10 in long jump and 40-6 in triple jump), while Skyler Davies (17.33 in 110 hurdles and 46.01 in 300 hurdles) and Trey Williams (111-8 in discus and 40-0 in shot put) each won two.

The other individual winners for the Centurions were: Tafari Croom (52.73 in 400), Jackson Garrett (2:04.08 in 800), Nicholas Scrocco (4:54.05 in 1,600), Dalton Cole (11:36.74 in 3,200) and Spencer Lewis (10-0 in pole vault).


Coastal Rivers Conference Championship at UNCW

Grace Anderson, Maya Insley, Bella Lecci and Addi Teter all had three victories to help Coastal Christian cruise to the conference title with 94 points.

Anderson, Lecci, Teter and Lydia Caddell teamed to win the 4×400 (4:34.55) and 4×800 (10:52.66). Anderson won the 400-meter dash (1:03.44), Teter captured the 800 (2:47.23) and Insley took the long jump (14-3).

Lecci and Insley were each on the 4×100 relay that crossed the finish line in 55.98. Insley’s other victory came in the 4×200 relay (2:33.30).

The Centurions also got individual wins from: Lily Sikorsk (20.44 in 100 hurdles and 57.77 in 300 hurdles), Sarah Holler (8-0 in pole vault and 4-4 in high jump), Madison Chalmers (6:20.76 in 1,600), Jenna Wilson (15:44.50 in 3,200) and Callie Gray (28-10 in triple jump).

Cape Fear Academy was second with 37 points thanks in large part to Jay Washington, who won the shot put (28-9.5) and discus (82-8.5).

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