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The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
  • Boys, girls with fit finish at MSU Relays

  • Fielding a competition between 71 schools and more than 1,000 high school student-athletes, the 91st annual Missouri State University Aldo Sebben Relays is the oldest high school track and field event in the U.S.
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  • SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Fielding a competition between 71 schools and more than 1,000 high school student-athletes, the 91st annual Missouri State University Aldo Sebben Relays is the oldest high school track and field event in the U.S.
    At the competition the Waynesville Tigers boys and girls fared well, finishing in the top three in five events.
    Kelvin Williams placed first overall in the boys high jump with a healthy leap of 5-11, and teammate Desean Stokes finished third in the discus throw.
    The Lady Tigers' relay teams took first in both the 4x100- and 4x200-meter relays with teams consisting of Zjandro Samuels, Kaprina Stewart, Angel Jones and Nya Dorsey (4x100), and Dorothy Adams, Stewart, Samuels and Atreya Montgomery (4x200). Teammate Ariel Okorie placed second in 100-meter hurdles.
    Other competitors finished with respectable top 10 performances including:
    100-meter dash – 6, D. Adams; 7, Z. Samuels.
    200 – 7, A. Montgomery.
    4x100 – 5, Waynesville (E.J. Green, K. Williams, Nick Farmer, Warren Womack).
    Pole vault – 7, David Hawk.
    Shot out – 7, Brianna Williams.
    Triple jump – 8, Varon Martinez.
    The Waynesville JV track and field team is scheduled to compete in the Camdenton JV Boys/Girls Relays on Thursday at 4 p.m.
    The Tigers varsity athletes will return to Rolla on Saturday for the Rolla Classic beginning at 9:30 a.m.

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