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PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZEmmaus’ Mason Boyd clears the bar during an early-season high jump competition. PRESS PHOTO BY NANCY SCHOLZEmmaus’ Mason Boyd clears the bar during an early-season high jump competition.

EHS track teams sweep Zephyrs, T-wolves

Thursday, April 19, 2018 by Mike Haines mhaines@tnonline.com in Sports

The Hornets swept Whitehall and East Stroudsburg North in a track and field meet last Thurday.

Emmaus’ girls team beat the Zephyrs 106-43.5 and tookd down the Timberwolves 117-32. The Hornet boys team beat Whitehall 88.5-61.5 and topped the T-wolves 104-45.

Alanna Smith (100, 200) won a pair of individual events for Emmaus while several of her teammates won one event each.

GIRLS

Emmaus 106.5, W’hall 43.5

Emmaus 117, ES North 32

100 - 1. Alanna Smith (E) 12.6, 2. Kayla Smith (E), 3. Amanda Crooks (W); 200 - 1. Alanna Smith (E) 26.7, 2. Breyanna Roper (E), 3. Isabella Ingato (E); 400 - 1. Madison Brown (E) 1:02.3, 2. Lindsay Solderitch (W), 3. Emily Wells (W); 800 - 1. Abigail Dalton (E) 2:27.0, 2. Sophia Yialamas (E), 3. Kaitlyn Carter (E); 1600 - 1. Kera Reinhard (E) 5:28.4, 2. Abby Heilenman (E), 3. Devon Roberts (W); 3200 - 1. Devon Roberts (W) 12:53.0, 2. Marley Wait (E), 3. Clara Kennedy (E); 100H - 1. Selena Rivera (ESN) 17.6, 2. Madelyn Mertz (W), 3. Destiny Vazquez (E); 300H - 1. Madelyn Mertz (W) 48.8, 2. Selena Rivera (ESN), 3. Edna Creelman (E); 4x100 relay - 1. Emmaus (Alanna Smith, Breyanna Roper, Mackenzie Dries, Kayla Smith) 49.3, 2. Whitehall, 3. East Stroudsburg North; 4x400 relay - 1. Emmaus (Mackenzie Dries, Madison Brown, Kayla Smith, Madison McWhinney) 4:!5.6, 2. Whitehall, 3. East Stroudsburg North; 4x800 relay - 1. Emmaus (Sophie Pickering, Abigail Dalton, Kaitlyn Carter, Sophia Yialamas) 10:54.9, 2. Whitehall, 3. East Stroudsburg North; High jump - 1. tie Anais Wilson (ESN), Julia Rakowski (E) 4-9, 3. Hope Millets (W); Pole vault - 1. Hope Millets (W) 7-6, 2. Mackenzie Bruns (E), 3. Aspen Schache (W); Long jump - 1. Anais Wilson (ESN) 15-9 1/2, 2. Amber Ziegler (E), 3. Laurel Widdoss (E); Triple jump - 1. Laurel Widdoss (E) 33-11, 2. Anais Wilson (ESN), 3. Lindsay Lumsden (E); Shot put - 1. Naomi Devarie (E) 29-3 1/2, 2. Cameryn Evans (W), 3. Stephanie Roughan (ESN); Discus - 1. Stephanie Roughan (ESN) 92-6 1/2, 2. Hannah Lingold (E), 3. Anna-Scott Hand (E); Javelin - 1. Logan Miller (W) 105-1, 2. Cheyenne Shook (W), 3. Cassie Due (W).

BOYS

Emmaus 88.5, W’hall 61.5

Emmaus 104, ES North 45

100 - 1. Lubens Myers (E) 11.3, 2. Chad Hussett (W), 3. Kresstoph Whittick (W); 200 - 1. Evan Witman (E) 24.6, 2. Naisiah Jacobs (ESN), 3. Dejon Richardson (ESN); 400 - 1. Zahir Linton (W) 52.2, 2. Matthew Bruchak (E), 3. Colby Kocon (E); 800 - 1. Pagette Sympson (ESN) 2:08.8, 2. Paul Peter (E), 3. Aaron Hagerman (E); 1600 - 1. Jacob Brown (E) 4:41.4, 2. Mark Magee (E), 3. Caleb Staub (W); 3200 - 1. Charles Norelli (E) 10:43.6, 2. Keshav Shankar (E), 3. Mason Brown (E); 110H - 1. Gerrond Tang Hap (ESN) 17.7, 2. Jaiden Acevedo (E), 3. Jake Ryan (E); 300H - 1. Jake Ryan (E) 43./4, 2. Jaiden Acevedo (E), 3. Jake Perry (E); 4x100 relay - 1. Whitehall (Martin Labib, Chad Hussett, Kresstoph Whittick, Dezmond Boykin) 45.2, 2. Emmaus; 4x400 relay - 1. Emmaus (Jacob Brown, Jakob Smolinsky, Paul Petre, Jake Perry) 3:34.5, 2. Whitehall, 3. East Stroudsburg North; 4x800 relay - 1. Emmaus (Paul Petre, Aaron Hagerman, Ian Cox, Jacob Brown) 9:33.4, 2. Whitehall, 3. East Stroudsburg North; High jump - 1. Justin Miller (ESN) 5-11, 2. Keyon Carroll-Herring (E), 3. Jaseem Sledge (E); Pole vault - 1. Marcus Hamscher (W) 9-3, 2. Peyton Brown (E), 3. Brody Pavelko (E); Long jump - 1. Justin Miller (ESN) 20-11 1/2, 2. Dezmond Boykin (W), 3. Alan Negrete (W); Triple jump - 1. Justin Miller (ESN) 41-11, 2. Alan Negrete (W), 3. Darwin Cofield (W); Shot put - 1. Isaiah Venable (ESN) 41-6, 2. Julio Diaz (W), 3. Austen Kasaczum (E); Discus - 1. Izak Bright (W) 108-1, 2. Lucas Souders (W), 3. Jaylon Noble (ESN); Javelin - 1. Lucas Souders (W) 162-0, 2. Michael Bogucki (W), 3. Justin Santiago (W).