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JCN & Jeff West Lead Track Performances at Jeff West Invite
By Mike Smith
Copyright: MSC Sports

Jeff West Track Invite Results (4-17-18) - click here

Four area teams and two others competed against each other on Tuesday as Jeff West hosted track and field action. 

The top area team performance came in the boys competition was the Jefferson County North Chargers earned first place with 201 points to win by 31 points beating out the other five schools in action. Wamego, Santa Fe Trail, Jeff West, Valley Falls and Oskaloosa finished out the boys team standings in second through sixth. On the girls side of competition JCN also led the way for the area teams taking second behind only Wamego. Jeff West, Oskaloosa, Valley Falls and Santa Fe Trail finished out the girls team performances in third through sixth. 

On the way to first place as a team the JCN boys were led by six first place finishes including a pair by Jirou Gill who won the 100 and 200 meter dashes with times of 11.38 and 23.33. The 4x100 and 4x800 (9:06) meter relay teams also took first place for JCN, while in the field events Caden McAfee won the javelin (163'00) and Ridge Robertson won the pole vault (11'06). Lady Chargers had four event winners on the day as the 4x400 (4:34.84) and 4x800 (11:04) each took first place, while Ravyn Jobbins won the javelin (108'10) and Annabelle Vaught won the pentathlon. 

The host Jeff West Tigers had three multi-event winners on the day all coming in the girl’s competition. Makenzie Tucker took first in the 800 meter run (2:27.37) and pole vault (10'00), while Jordan Hawman won the 200 and 400 meter dashes with times of 26.40 and 1:03.50 and Mariah Murdie took first in the 100 meter hurdles (15.34) and triple jump (35'11.50). On the boys side of competition Bryce Clements won the 400 meter dash (53.31) and Kauli Saili took first in the shot put (41'09.50). 

Oskaloosa was led by Jaden Courter as she won the discus and shot put behind throws of 108'05 and 35'11.25. 

Nathan Hawk led Valley Falls as he won the high jump with leap of 6'02. 


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