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Knoxville Boys Win At Clarke; Twin Cedars Boys Run Well

Posted: Friday, April 16th, 2010 at 6:01 am
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The Knoxville boys track and field squad won the team championship at the Clarke Boys invitational last night. The Panthers had seven first place finishes including high jump, four-by-800, 400 meter dash, four-by-200, 200 meter dash, distance medley, and the 800. The Twin Cedars boys also ran in the Clarke Invitational last night. The Sabers overall team score was not made available however, Twin Cedars’ Travis Downey won the 400 and 200 meter dashes. The Sabers also picked up a few second place finishes. Twin Cedars was runner-up in the long jump with Downey, the Sabers also claimed second place in the shuttle hurdle…and four-by-200.

Full results from Twin Cedars and Knoxville:
Shot Put: Ty Dunkin-Knoxville 3rd; Dustin Richards-Twin Cedars 5th
Discus: Dustin Richards-Twin Cedars 3rd
Long Jump: Reed Long-Knoxville 3rd; Anthony Lenz-Knoxville 4th; Travis Downey-Twin Cedars 2nd
High Jump: Luke Moore-Knoxville 1st; Ryan Douglas-Knoxville 3rd
3200: Wick Cunningham-Knoxville 3rd
4×800: Knoxville 1st; Twin Cedars 4th
Shuttle Hurdle: Twin Cedars 2nd; Knoxville 7th
100: Keeton Thomas-Knoxville 6th
400: Travis Downey-Twin Cedars 1st class B; Alex Edwards-Knoxville 1st; Reed Long-Knoxville 2nd class A
4×200: Knoxville 1st; Twin Cedars 2nd
110 Hurdles: Dalton Lee-Twin Cedars 5th; Ross Clarke-Knoxville 7th
1600: Jacob Moats-Knoxville 2nd; Levi Jones-Twin Cedars 6th
200: Austin Houser-Knoxville 1st; Colton Spaur-Knoxville 3rd
400 Hurdles: Dalton Lee-Twin Cedars 4th; Dylan Crouce-Knoxville 5th
Distance Medley: Knoxville 1st; Twin Cedars 4th
800: Blake Washington-Knoxville 1st; Blake Wyatt-Knoxville 2nd
4×100: Knoxville 2nd
4×400: Knoxville 3rd class A; Twin Cedars 3rd class B