Wellsboro track and field placed second in both the boys and girls events Tuesday in Towanda.
The boys team was led by Brett Rudy on the track who placed first in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.4. Rudy was top finisher of four Hornets in the top five in the event. Silas Wagaman, Cameron Tennis and Joseph Grab rounded out the top five. Wagaman finished with a time of 11.5, Tennis with a time of 11.6 and Grab with a time of 11.8.
Tennis took first place for Wellsboro in the 200 meter dash with a time of 23.4.
In the 400 meter dash Aidan Fletcher placed third with a time of 58.7.
In the distance runs Bergen Weiner placed fourth in the 1600 meter run with his time of 5:23.3.
Tyler Wright and Gabe Guignard took second and third in the 3200 meter runs with times of 13.01.1 and 13.58.1 respectively.
In the boys field events Wellsboro placed first in the triple jump and javelin throw. in the triple jump Frank Kewitt took top marks with a time of 37 feet and seven inches. Rudy was close behind in second with a mark of 37 feet and two inches. Weiner placed third with his mark of 36 feet and four and one half inches.
Rudy took second place in the long jump event with a mark of 18 feet and 11 inches.
Hunter Brown placed first in the javelin throw with a mark of 141 feet and four inches. Alex Burrell placed third in the event with a mark of 117 feet.
Brown placed second in the discus throw behind Towanda’s Wyatt Ferris. Brown’s mark in the discus throw was 114 feet and two inches.
Anthony Romania placed second in pole vault with a mark of eight feet and six inches.
On the girls side of the competition Lauren Singer led Wellsboro in the 100 and 200 meter sprints with a first place finish in the 100 with a time of 13.7 and a second place finish in the 200 with a time of 29.7.
Hannah Morey finished the 200 meter dash just behind Singer with a time of 30.6.
Savana Baltzley and Alexis Banik finished third and fourth in the 400 meter dash with times of 1:09.2 and 1:12.6 respectively.
In the distance runs Elizabeth Macias and Aislinn Hoose placed third and fourth in the 800 meter run. Macias finished with a time of 2:59.6 and Hoose finished in 3:01.6.
Macias took first place in both the 1600 and 3200 meter runs with times of 6:30.1 and 14.17.9. Madeline Bryant placed fourth in both events with her times of 6:49.2 and 14.52.0.
With a time of 53.9 the 4x100 meter relay team placed first. The 4x400 meter relay team placed third with a time of 4:57.6.
In the field events Emily Morris earned a win for Wellsboro in pole vault with a mark of seven feet.
Kathryn Burnett placed third in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 19.0. Zoe Iseri finished the 300 meter hurdles in 57.9 which was good for fourth place.
Lilly Abadi placed in the top three in the high jump with a mark of four feet and eight inches. Sarah Abadi was tied for third with her mark of four feet and six inches.
Daliah Hosey placed first in the triple jump with a mark of 34 feet and three inches. Caitlyn Callahan placed third in the triple jump with a mark of 31 feet and six inches.
In the long jump, Megan Starkweather placed first for Wellsboro with a mark of 14 feet and nine and one half inches. Hosey was third, six inches behind Starkweather’s mark, with a distance of 14 feet and three inches.
Singer earned another first place finish in the javelin throw with a mark of 97 feet and four inches. Alina Pietrzyk placed in third with Nina Coolige close behind in fourth with marks of 79 feet and six inches and 76 feet and seven inches respectively.