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May 20, 2013

Off and Running

Knox Central's Cassi Shippy wins Class 2A's state track meet 200 Meter Dash

CORBIN —

By Les Dixon / Sports Editor

LOUISVILLE — The Knox Central Lady Panther track and field team turned in a fifth place finish garnering 30 points in Friday’s Class 2A State Meet, as senior Cassi Shippy stole the show by capturing first place honors in the 100 Meter Dash (12.58) and a second place finish in the Long Jump (17-06.50).

But that’s not all.

Shippy turned in a third place effort in the 200 Meter Dash (26.12) and won the National Guard Best of the Brightest Leadership award along with Franklin County’s Ryan Timmons. She also participated on Knox Central’s 4x100 Meter Relay team that finished in third place along with teammates Casey Mitchell, Jazmene Taylor and Haley Brown.

Knox Central’s Sabrina Elliott placed 18th in the 1600 Meter Run (5:51.83) and 16th in the 800 Meter Run (2:35.14).

Corbin’s 4x800 Meter Relay team (Danielle Hickman, Hailey Martin, Kaitlyn Waddle and Bridgette Smallwood) placed 14th with a time of 10:36.19. Lady Redhound Chelsea Gibbs competed in the Discus Throw and placed 22nd with a 66-10.

Louisville Central took home first place honors in the team rankings with 105 points while North Oldham (67.50), Western Hills (50), Boyle County (45.25) and Paducah Tilghman (30) and Knox Central (30) rounded out the top five.

On the boys’ side of things, Knox Central finished in 34th place with five points, as Devon Evans finished in fourth place in the 300 Meter Hurdles (40.81) while Corbin’s Taylor Waddle placed 16th in the 200 Meter Dash (23.57).

Lexington Catholic won the overall team rankings with 75 points, while Paducah Tilghman (48), Mason County (45), Highlands (39) and Louisville Central (38) rounded out the top five.

Girls Team Scores

 1, Central 105. 2, North Oldham 67.5. 3, Western Hills 50. 4, Boyle County 45.2. 5, Paducah Tilghman 30. 5, Knox Central 30. 7, Bullitt East 29. 7, Highlands 29. 9, Lexington Catholic 26.5. 9, Madison Southern 26.5. 11,  Collins 20. 12, West Jessamine 16. 13, Calloway County 15. 13, Franklin County15. 15, Christian Academy-Louisville 13. 15, Rockcastle County 13. 17, North Bullitt 12. 18, Fairdale 10. 18, Hopkinsville 10. 18, Russell County 10. 18, Casey County 10. 22, Mason County 9.5. 23, Presentation 9. 23, Moore 9. 23, Shelby County 9. 26, South Oldham 8.2. 27, South Warren 8. 28, Harrison County 7.5. 29, Elizabethtown 7. 30, Fleming County 6.5. 31, Warren East 6. 31, Russell 6. 33, Mercy 5. 33, Mercer County 5. 33, Edmonson County 5. 33, Franklin-Simpson 5. 37, Webster County 4. 38, Western 3. 39, Prestonsburg 2. 40, East Carter 1.2. 41, Caldwell County 1. 41, Logan County 1. 41, Boyd County 1. 44, Jeffersontown 0.2.

Boys Team Scores  

 1, Lexington Catholic 75. 2, Paducah Tilghman 48. 3, Mason County 45. 4,  Highlands 39. 5, Central 38. 6, Mercer County 37. 7, Madison Southern 31. 8, Franklin County 30. 9, Union County 27. 10, Elizabethtown 26. 11, Boyle County 21.5. 12, South Oldham 19. 13, Hopkinsville 16.5. 14, Marion County 16. 15,  Holmes 15.5. 16, Rowan County 15. 16, Christian Academy-Louisville 15. 18, Bullitt East 14. 18, Casey County 14. 20, Western Hills 12. 21, Shelby County 11.5. 22, Logan County 11. 23, Spencer County 10. 24, Covington Catholic 9. 24, Ashland Blazer 9. 24, Western 27, South Warren 8.5. 28, Lewis County 8. 28, Webster County 8. 28, Russell County 8. 31, North Oldham 7. 32, Harrison County 6. 32, Garrard County 6. 34, Knox Central 5. 34, East Carter 5. 34, North Bullitt 5. 37, Warren East 3. 37, Edmonson County 3. 39, Hopkins County Central 2.5. 40, Fairdale 2. 40, Moore 2. 40, Lloyd Memorial 2. 40, Lone Oak 2. 44, Letcher County Central 1. 44, Trigg County 1. 44, Rockcastle County 1. 44, West Jessamine 1. 44, Jeffersontown 1.

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