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May 14, 2013

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WASHINGTON —

Girls fifth, boys sixth at SWIAC

LINTON - The North Daviess junior high girls track team placed fifth with with a score of 55 points, while the boys team finished sixth with 54 points at the boys and girls SWIAC meet Saturday.

For the North Daviess girls, Hunter Beuhler fifth in 100 meters, second in

200 meters, sixth in long jump and sixth in 400 meter relay. Lilly Vandermel fnished sixth in the 1600 meters, eighth in high jump, second in pole vault, and sixth in 1600 meter relay.

Alissa Whitehead placed eighth in the 200 meters and third in the 400 meter relay.

Holli Norris finished third in the pole vault and third in the 400 meter relay. Lindsey Gingerich placed second in the shot put and seventh in discus. Ashtin Wilson finished third in the 400 meter relay. Myranda Knepp, Sarah Lyons and Brittany Myers placed sixth in the 1600 meter relay and sixth in the 3200 meter relay. Emily Remsburg placed sixth in the 3200 meter relay.

For the North Daviess boys, William Webster finished fifth in the 100 meters, second in the 200 meters, sixth in the long jump and sixth in the 400 meter relay. Isaiah Borders finished sixth in the 1600 meters, eighth in the high jump, second in the pole vault, sixth in the 1600 meter relay.

Jonathon Ritter placed sixth in the 110 meter hurdles, and seventh in the

300 meter hurdles. Evan Klingle placed sixth in the shot put and third in the discus. David Shands finished eighth in the discus and Hayden Morris finished fifth in the shot put.

Kyle Smith finished sixth in both the 400 meter relay and 1600 meter relay.

AJ Wade and Phillip Archer placed sixth in the 1600 meter relay and seventh in the 3200 meter relay.

Brandon Arney and Tyler Brinegar finished sixth in the 400 meter relay. Ian Bird and Wyatt Allen finished seventh in the 3200 relay.

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