In Tuesday’s penultimate regular season track and field meet, Wellsboro hosted North Penn-Mansfield and Williamson.
The Williamson girls team dominated the afternoon with 13 first place results. Charly Slusser and Jules Jones led the Warriors with four and three first place finishes, respectively.
Slusser was victorious in the 100 meter and 200 meter dashes with times of 13.46 and 27.56. In the 200 meter dash teammates Claire Miller and Scout Abel took second and third place for a Williamson sweep of the top three spots. Miller and Scout posted times of 27.66 and 28.75 respectively.
Miller also posted first place finishes in both the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles with times of 16.88 and 49.35.
Jones swept the 400, 800 and 1600 meter runs for Williamson with times of 1:06.54, 2:41.03 and 5:36.66.
Lilli Hepfer added to Williamson’s first place haul in the 3200 meter run with her time of 13.33.38.
Wellsboro and North Penn-Mansfield managed victories in the relay events with Wellsboro taking first in the 4x100 and North Penn-Mansfield taking first in the 4x400 and 4x800. In the 4x100 relay Wellsboro posted a time of 53.68. North Penn-Mansfield posted times of 4:42.39 in the 4x400 and 12:02.65 in the 4x800.
In the field events Williamson continued their dominance with five first place results in seven events.
Slusser took first place in the high jump and long jump with a marks of five feet and four inches and 15 feet and six inches.
Williamson’s Kaitlyn Streeter and Delaney Doan tied for first in the pole vault competition with marks of six feet and six inches.
Wellsboro’s Dahlia Hosey placed first in the triple jump with her mark of 33 feet and seven inches.
Williamson’s Cheyanne Lowe placed first in both the shot put and discus events with marks of 26 feet and nine inches and 89 feet and three inches.
Grace Tice from North Penn-Mansfield earned a first place result in the javelin throw with a mark of 94 feet and five inches.
On the boys side of competition Wellsboro earned a narrow, two point victory against Williamson, 77.5-75.5. North Penn-Mansfield placed third with a score of 36 points.
Wellsboro was victorious in the 100 and 200 meter dashes with Brett Rudy claiming first in the 100 with a time of 11.68 and Cameron Tennis placing first in the 200 with a time of 23.39.
Williamson’s Daniel Freeman earned a first place finish for the Warriors in the 400 meter dash with a time of 2:09.06.
Nathaniel Johnson with a time of 2:09.06 earned a first place finish for North Penn-Mansfield in the 800 meter run.
Sam Shedden from North Penn-Mansfield earned two first place results for the Tigers in the 1600 meter run and the 3200 meter run with times of 5:00.04 and 10:56.46.
Williamson earned a first place result when Dylan Niles won the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 17.26.
Niles placed second in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 44.93. In first place in the 300 meter hurdles was Brennan Warner from Wellsboro with a time of 43.89.
Williamson, Wellsboro and North Penn-Mansfield each earned a first place finish in the relay events. Wellsboro recorded a time of 45.5 seconds in the 4x100 for first place while Williamson won the 4x400 with a time of 3:47.66 and North Penn-Mansfield won the 4x800 with a time of 9:19.72.
In the field competitions Wellsboro won four of seven events.
Frank Kewitt earned a first place result in the high jump with a mark of five feet and six inches. Kewitt would also claim first place in the triple jump with a mark of 37 feet and one inch.
Hunter Brown earned a victory for Wellsboro in the discus throw with his 132 feet and three and one-half inch throw.
Austin Richards recorded Wellsboro’s fourth victory in the field events with a 142 feet and eight inch javelin throw.
Williamson’s Lakota Gehringer earned a first place result for the Warriors in the pole vault competition with a mark of eight feet and six inches. Kole Hurler also earned a first place result for Williamson in the long jump with a mark of 18 feet and five inches.
North Penn-Mansfield earned a win with Garret David in the shot put competition. David’s throw of 39 feet and six inches was a one foot and three inches further than the second place finisher.
The track and field season regular season will conclude this Friday, May 10 in Athens.