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Last Wednesday, at Culpeper High School, the Foxes continued their reign of dominance over the Battlefield District, as the girls’ and boys’ teams defeated Culpeper, James Monroe and Eastern View. With the upcoming district championships taking place at Culpeper High School in less than two weeks, all eight-district teams will be utilizing the remaining meets to improve their performances. The final opportunity for athletes to qualify for the State and Regional championship will be at the Millbrook Invitational on Friday, May 14.
Amethyst Polk led the Foxes girls with victories in the 200 meters (26.20), long jump (15’2”) and the triple jump (32’8.5”). Polk also placed second in the 400 meters with a time of 1:10.28. Polk’s teammate Shearl Levere also gave her team a lift, with first place finishes in the 100-meter hurdles (17.8) and the 300-meter hurdles (50.12). In the field events, Levere placed second in the long jump (15’1”) and third in the triple jump (31’9”).
In the distance events, Ciara Mading recorded victories in the 1,600 meters (6:11.9) and the 3,200 meters (13:00.45).
In a show of strength, Shaquoy Morris won the discus event with a toss of 84’5”. Morris also placed third in the shot put (26’4”). The Lady Foxes won the meet with 109 total points, with Culpeper finishing second with 66 points.
As for the Foxes boys, Joe Walton finished first in the 100 meters (10.59) and the 200 meters (22.22). Terry Santos also had a banner day, with a first place finish in the 300-meter hurdles (40.26). Santos contributed valuable second place points in the triple jump (38’9.5”), high jump (5’10”) and long jump (21’1”).
Rounding out the boys first place winners, were the 4x100 (45.1”, Terry Santos, Wayne Wyatt, David Jerson, Joe Walton) and 4x400 (3:40, David Jerso, Corey Rodriguez, Matt Mohr, RJ Brown) relay teams.
The Foxes travel to Chancellor High School on Wednesday to compete against Courtland, James Monroe and Chancellor.
Leonard M. Banks, Sports Editor