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home : sports : local sports August 15, 2022

5/4/2022 10:52:00 AM
Track and Golf

Wayne Howard


The North Lincoln boys and girls track teams took first place in the Western Foothills Conference Track Championship meet on Tuesday (May 3rd).

The North boys collected 192 points, a 70+ point margin over 2nd place Hickory. The East Lincoln boys finished in 4th place with 90 points and Fred T. Foard was 5th with 75.

The North girls were even more dominant with a total of 233 points compared to 127 for second place North Iredell. Fred T. Foard's girls finished in 6th place with 46 points and East Lincoln in 7th with 33.

Haylee Gibson and Angely Soto of North finished first and second in the girls 100-meter hurdles. Brooklyn Bess from Foard was 3rd and East Lincoln's Emma Glass 4th.

Liam Sutton of North won the boys 100-meter hurdles. Khalil Yarborough fininshed 3rd. Sutton was also tops in the boys 300-meter hurdles. Haylee Gibson, Erin Lamoutte and Emma Glass f North finished 1-2-3 in the girls 300-meter hurdles.

Sprinter Keandre Walker of East was 2nd in the boys 100-meter dash; good enough to qualify for the regional competition. The Mustangs' Finley Ledford was 3rd among the girls in both the 100 and 200 meter events. Jaylen Roseboro finished 2nd in the boys 200-meter dash and has the 4th best time in the 3A West region. He also finished 4th in the 100-meter and has the 8th best time this season in that event. Walker finished third in the 200-meters.

In the boys 4x200 relay, the East Lincoln quartet of Orlandis Johnson, Keandre Walker, Chris Daley, and Jaylen Roseboro took first place. Keandre walker, LJ Forney, Jason Kennedy, and Jaylen Roseboro of East Lincoln also won the 800-meter relay.

Cara Castro, Lori Glavan and Bella Wood of North finished 1-2-3 in the girls 1600-meter run; Connor Bagwell and Stephen Fernetti of North were first and second in the boys 1600-meters; the Knights' Alex Bradley was fourth.

North took the girls 4x100; the East team of Orlandis Johnson, Keandre Walker, Chris Daley, and Jaylen Roseboro took the boys event with North second.

Cara Castro of North won the girls 800-meters. Stephen Fernetti and Connor Bagwell finished first and second in the boys event; Mario Santos Morales and Ryan Eblen of Foard were third and fourth.

Ayanna Gaddy of North finished second in the girls 200-meters.

Kolton Hodges of North won the boys 400-meters.

Bella Wood and Kelbi Pierce of North were 1-2 in the girls 3200-meter run.

North Lincoln won both the boys and girls 4x400 and 4x800 relays.

Angely Soto of North finished second and Chloe Soorus of North finished second and third in the girls high jump; both cleared 4'6". Soorus took the girls pole vault, clearing 9'9". Logan Jones of North was second in the boys vault, clearing 10'3".

The Mustangs' Jaylin Smith finished second in the boys long jump at 19'2". Angely Soto and Erin Lamoutte of North were 1-2 in the girls triple jump. The Knights' Emmanuel Mayner took second in the boys triple jump.

Kristjan Snyder of North was best in the boys shot put. Carly Correll of North was tops in discus with a distance of 117'2"--over 22 feet better than the second place throw. In the boys event, Zachary Hensley of East need five more feet for a win--he finished third.

The NCHSAA West Regional meet will happen next Saturday (May 14th) at Enka High School in Candler. The state championships will be at NCA&T University in Greensboro the following week.


The Lincoln Charter School boys golf team won the 2A West Regional on Monday (May 2nd).    The Eagles advance to the state tournament next Monday.

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