TRM girls and boys takes first in home track meetPublished 3:16pm Wednesday, March 13, 2013
In a six-team track meet Tuesday at T.R. Miller, the host Tigers took first place in the boys and girls meet.
The Tiger boys racked up 175 points to take first while the girls totaled 224 points to take first in their meet.
W.S. Neal’s boys claimed second place with 111 points followed by J.U. Blacksher in third with 93 points. Hillcrest took fourth place with 64 points while Escambia County was fifth with 44 points. J.F. Shields rounded out the six-team meet with 13 points for.
For the girls, J.U. Blacksher followed T.R. Miller in second place with 91 points. Hillcrest took third place with 65 points and W.S. Neal placed fourth with 50 points. Escambia County’s girls took fifth place with 30 points and J.F. Shields placed sixth with 22 points.
For the W.S. Neal boys, Marquese Banks won the 100/110 hurdles and Rob Stokes took the 1600-meter run for the T.R. Miller boys.
Terry Samuel won the 400-meter dash for T.R. Miller and Allen Boyd won the 300-meter hurdles. Stokes also claimed the 800-meter run for the Tigers and Gary Likely took first for the W.S. Neal Eagles in the 200-meter dash. T.R. Miller’s 4×400 relay team took first place while Montrel Banks took the discus event for W.S. Neal. Banks also took the shot put event. Likely claimed first for W.S. Neal in the long jump and triple jump while William Whittle took first place for T.R. Miller in the javelin. George Graves took first in the pole vault for T.R. Miller. T.R. Miller took first in the 4×800-meter relay.
For the girls, T.R. Miller took first place in the 4×800-meter relay and Lateysia Montgomery placed first in the 100/110-meter hurdles. Karisa Nelson placed first in the 1600-meter run while W.S. Neal took first in the 4×100-meter relay. Majestie Walker placed first in the 400-meter dash for T.R. Miller while Nelson placed first in the 800-meter run and the 3200-meter run. T.R. Miller’s girls won the 4×400-meter relay while Montgomery placed first in the high jump and long jump. Amber Terry claimed first in the pole vault.