Rich Hill athletes finished up the track season with a bang this past Friday and Saturday at Lincoln University in Jefferson City at the Missouri State Track and Field competition for division I and II schools.
The boys team finished in 3rd place position at the end of the meet. Members of the team were Bryant Courter, Aadin Humble, Dusty Gray, Austin Pritchett, Kyle George, and alternates Jason Courter and Michael Clark.
The girls team finished the day in 5th place. Competing on the girls’ team were Jordann Wheatley, Allison Taylor, Whitli Thomas, Serena Duncan and Peyton Walton was present as an alternate.
State Champions were….
Bryant Courter in long jump who came out ahead of the previous champion with a jump of 22’3.5″. Bryant also defended his position of state champion in the triple jump with a leap of 44’6″.
The girls 4×1 and 4×2 also came out on top and took the stands in the number one position. Both relays have repeatedly broke the school record over the season.
2nd Place –
Jordann Wheatley was the state runner-up in the pole vault with a vault of 9’6″.
The boys 4 x 200 relay also came in as the state runner-up. Members of the relay were Dusty Gray, Bryant Courter, Austin Pritchett, and Aadin Humble.
Aadin Humble was the 4th place finisher in the open 400m.
Jordann Wheatley was the 5th place finisher in the open 200 m.
Bryant Courter finished in 6th place in the High Jump competition.
Aadin Humble made it through the preliminaries to compete on Saturday in both the open 100m and 200m and finished both races in the 8th place position in the state.