CCCC records 13 first-place finishes
WICHITA — The Cloud County Community College men's and women's track and field teams recorded 13 first-place finishes in the Friends University Enduro Classic on Saturday.
Benard Keter broke the Cloud County school record in the men's 5,000-meter run with a winning time of 14:49.25.
Dakota Weber won two events for the Cloud County men with a toss of 149-4 in the discus and 154-10 in the hammer. He was also second in the shot put (48-6).
Damar Robinson cleared 7-1/4 to take first in the high jump for the Thunderbirds.
Reinhard Van Zyl won the javelin with a toss of 214-7.
Willie Young ran 23.43 to finish first in the 200-meter dash. He was second in the 400 (51.35).
Cloud County's 4x100 relay team placed third in 43.30.
Dwight Davidston finished fourth in the javelin (185-1) and sixth in the shot put (42-2).
Shilo Goracke placed fifth in the 800 (2:06.19) and Nathan Lorson was fifth in the 200 (23.02).
The Cloud County women had Anna Linton win two events. She threw 40-1/2 to finish first in the shot put and 133-6 to take first in the discus.
Tameca Wallace won the triple jump with a leap of 37-3 ¼. She placed third in the long jump (15-10 ½).
Brenda Barnett ran 1:05.83 to finish first in the 400 hurdles.
Taylor Swanson was first in the pole vault by clearing 12-2 ½.
Cloud County's 4x100 relay team of Anika Ricks, Jane Ohanta, Alexis Logan and Raven Davis placed first in 48.03.
Barnett, Tangie Hileman, Davida Holley and Brianna Blackwell ran 4:08.49 to win the 4x400 relay.
Davis finished second in the 100 (12.72) and third in the 200 (25.75).
Logan was third in the 100 (12.72) and fifth in the 200(26.24) and Ohanta was fourth in the 100 (12.74).
Jordyn Alexander was second in the discus (129-4) and fourth in the shot put (40-6 ¾).
Katie Lambert placed second in the 800 (2:31.86) and fourth in the 1,500 (5:30.69).
Hileman was third in the 400 (1:01.26) and sixth in the high jump (4-9).
Blackwell placed fifth in the 400 hurdles (1:09.23).
Ajia Hamlin finished fifth in the high jump (4-9).
Ti'ara Johnson was seventh in the 100 hurdles (17.55) and in the 400 hurdles (1:13.37).
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