North’s boys, South’s girls win track titles

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Staff Report

LELAND—North Brunswick’s boys and South Brunswick’s girls won the Waccamaw Conference track and field championships April 25 at North Brunswick High School.
South’s girls scored 192 points. West, the defending champion, was second at 147. North was third at 110.
In the girls’ meet in the 3,200 relay, South Brunswick was first in 11:01.
In 100 meters, South’s Bre Hewett was first in 12.88.
In the 400, North’s Tiye Cheatham was first 65 seconds and West’s Kayla McDaniel was second in 66 seconds.
In the 800, South Ashley Sloup was first in 2:40, West’s Shelly Chavis second in 2:54 and West’s Twila McLain third in 2:58.
In the mile, South’s Carmen Hilliard was first in 5:14, Sloup was second in 6:18 and Chavis was third in 6:38. In the 3,200, Hilliard was first in 12:24 and Sloup second in 14:03. Hilliard ran the final lap in the victorious 1,600 (4:40). In the 400 relay, North was first in 53.72.
In 110-meter hurdles, West’s Meeka Hewett was first in 17.78.
In the shot put, South’s Lexus Hankins was first at 34 feet. Teammate Jasmine Rabon was second at 29-4. West freshman Rachel Neville was third at 27-4. In the discus throw, Hankins was first at 127-6. Neville was second at 79.2
In the pole vault, West sophomore Rosario Dominguez was first at 6-6 and teammates Bethany Frazier and McDaniel tied for third at 5-0.
In the triple jump, North’s Kennedy Warren was first at 33-10 and West’s Jasmine Jackson second at 32-3. In the long jump, Warren was first at 16-8.25 and Jackson third. In the high jump, Jackson was first at 4-8 and Hewett was third at 4-4. In the 200, Jackson was first in 27.75.
In the boys’ meet, North defended its team title by scoring 216 points. South was second at 164 and West third at 90.
In the 110-meter hurdles, North’s Riley Spivey was first in 14.94. In the 300 hurdles, West’s Nolan Scoggins was first at 41.5
In the 100, South’s Patrick Lewellyn was first in 10.66. In the 200, Lewellyn was first at 21.91.
In the 800, South’s Dominic Cunliffe was first in 2:11. In the mile, Cunliffe was first in 5:07 and teammate Grant Hufham was second in 5:08. In the 3,200, Hufham was first in 11:36. West’s Spencer Waters was third in 12:09.
North won the 400 relay in 43.53. North won the 800 relay in 1:32. In the 1,600 relay, North’s boys were first at 3:31. South won the 3,200 relay in 9:08 and West was second in 9:15.
South’s Colin Minor swept the shot put (48-7) and the discus throw (142-4).
In the pole vault, North’s Alex Pellom was first at 12 feet, West’s Elijah Pridgen second at 10-0 and West’s William Edwards third at 9-0.
In the long jump, Kyheem Cheatham was first at 21-9. He won the triple jump at 42-9.5 and he won the 400 in 43.53. West’s Hopkins was third at 52.99.
North’s Adam Jacobs won the high jump at 6-3 and Terrance Brown was second, also at 6-3.