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April 3, 2013

Knox Central’s Shippy shines in 100 Meter Dash

CORBIN —  

By Les Dixon / Sports Editor

KNOX CENTRAL — The Knox Central Panthers and Lady Panther track teams turned in first place efforts in the Knox Central information, as Lady Panther senior Cassi Shippy’s 11.77 performance in the 100 Meter Dash highlighted the event.

On the girls’ side, Knox Central won first place honors with 162.5 points while Williamsburg (119.5 points), Corbin (69.5), Bell County (36), Harlan (32), Clay County (22.5), Lynn Camp (19), Whitley County (18), Pineville (12),  Harlan County (10) and Middlesboro (7) followed.

Knox Central boys team won with 132 points, as Clay County (87), Corbin (86), Bell County (57), Harlan County (56), Williamsburg (37), Whitley County (26), Middlesboro (18), Pineville (18), Lynn Camp (10) and Harlan (8) rounded out  the 11 participating teams.

Girls

100 Meter Dash

Knox Central’s Shippy blew away the competition with an 11.77 effort while Williamsburg’s Fhazaneh Jackson placed second (12.87) and Corbin freshman Mary Anne Pace placed third (12.90).

200 Meter Dash

Williamsburg’s Jackson picked up first place honors with a 27.86 finish while teammates Kaylee Akins (28.55) and Kacie Brown (28.55) followed.

400 Meter Dash

Knox Central’s Jazemene Taylor won first place honors (1:05) while Corbin’s Danielle Hoffman (1:07.24) and Williamsburg’s Haley Harris (1:08.80) followed.

800 Meter Run

Knox Central took home another first place win with Sabrina Elliott taking home first place honors (2:45.05) while Corbin’s Danielle Hickman (2:49.21) and Lynn Camp’s Heather Wilson (2:51.36) followed.

1600 Meter Run

Elliott grabbed another first place finish (5:58.62) while Lynn Camp’s Wilson (6:50.83) and Harlan’s Ashton Gross (7:36.42) wasn’t too far behind.

3200 Meter Run

Bell County’s Kelly Brown won (13:12.52) while Knox Central’s Jobeth Bingham and Valeries Chavies (13:29.37 and 14:15. 71) placed second and third.

100 Meter Hurdles

Williamsburg’s Natalie Croley placed first in a time of 17.74 while Harlan County’s Kayla Moore (18.74) and Knox Central’s Casey Mitchell (19.52) followed.

300 Meter Hurdles

Williamsburg’s Sarah Perkins placed first (53.10) and Corbin’s Amerah Dixon (56.33) and Williamsburg’s Gabby Patrick (59.52) followed.

4x100 Meter Relay

Knox Central took home first place honors with a time of 54.08 while Williamsburg (57.14) and Whitley County (58.40) followed.

4x200 Meter Relay

Williamsburg placed first in fine fashion (1:58.26) while Whitley County (2:07.37) and Bell County (2:09.17) turned in second and third place finishes.

4x400 Meter Relay

Knox Central was the lone team that participated in the event, finishing in a time of 4:11.42.

4x800 Meter Relay

The Lady Panthers finished first again (11:22.82) while Bell County (11:34.99) placed second.

High Jump

Harlan’s Emily Bianchi turned in a first place effort (4-06) and Knox Central’s Haley Brown (4-04) placed second.

Pole Vault

Williamsburg’s Bailee Jarboe turned in a first place finish (6-0) while Knox Central’s Sabrina Elliott (5-06) and Williamsburg’s Makayla Mack (5-00) followed.

Long Jump

Knox Central’s Cassi Shippy dominated the action and turned in a first place 16-02 jump while Clay County’s Becky Allen (12-02.5) and Knox central’s Andrea Dumphord (12-11.5) followed.

Triple Jump

Williamsburg’s Audrey Ash placed first with a 29-02 jump and Corbin’s Samantha Lay (27-04.5) and Knox Central’s Caseylynn Brooks (27-04) wasn’t too far behind.

Shot Put

Harlan’s Taylor Hall placed first (26-11) while Knox Central’s Kaley Owens (26-11) and Williamsburg’s Katie Jones (24-04.25) followed.

Discus Throw

Knox Central’s Kaley Owens took home first place honors (79-10) and Corbin’s Chelsea Gibbs (75-02) and Knox Central’s Andrea Dumphord (60-02) round out the top three finishers.

Boys

100 Meter Dash

Knox Central’s Devon Evans placed first with an 11.46 finish while Harlan County’s Josh Wynn placed second with an 11.71 time.

200 Meter Dash

Pineville’s Caleb McCorkle won top honors (25.11) while Corbin’s Matt Jewell (25.14) and Williamsburg’s Eric Poore (25.80) followed.

400 Meter Dash

Corbin’s Dustin Simpson turned in the Tri-County’s top finish, a third place effort, in a time of 59.83.

800 Meter Run

Corbin’s Tucker Jones took home first place honors (2:07.78) while Bell County’s Austin Shackleford (2:13.20) and Corbin’s Hunter Oakley (2:19.11) finished second and third.

1600 Meter Run

Corbin’s Tucker Jones (first place, 4:48.51) and Hunter Oakley (third place, 5:08.92) turned in another solid effort.

3200 Meter Run

Williamsburg’s Garrett Faulkner (10:39.96) placed a Tri-County best second.

110 Meter Hurdles

Knox Central’s Devon Evans won top honors (16.08) with Whitley County’s Brian Kurzeika (17.33) and Corbin’s Andrew Johnson (17.90) not too far behind.

300 Meter Hurdles

Knox Central’s Devon Evans continued to turn in an impressive effort in the meet by winning again (43.33).

4x100 Meter Relay

Knox Central placed first (46.00) edging out Harlan County (47.20) while Lynn Camp finished in third place (49.74).

4x200 Meter Relay

Knox Central took home first place honors (1:42.71).

4x400 Meter Relay

The Panthers placed second (5:36).

High Jump

Whitley County’s Brian Kurzeika finished first (5-04) while Clay County’s Josh Vallance (5-04) and Knox Central’s Matt Ely (4-10) finished second and third.

Pole Vault

Knox Central’s Brandon Rickett turned in first place honors (8-06) while teammate Isaac Brooks (8-00) turned in a second place finish. Williamsburg’s Dalton Shackleford turned in a third place effort (6-06).

Triple Jump

Knox Central’s Josh Adams claimed top honors with a jump of 39-00.5.

Shot Put

Corbin eighth grader Jonah French placed first (37-02) while teammate Dakota Robertson finished third (34-09.5)

Discus Throw

Corbin’s Devon Evans turned in a first place effort (119-00) while Corbin’s Cody Harp finished second (95-01).

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