R-H track improves in the rain
Published 11:10 am Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Rainy and cold weather April 19 could not stop many Randolph-Henry High School outdoor track and field athletes from improving during a meet at Prince Edward County High School.
“Seven members of the team set new personal bests on a less than ideal day weather-wise,” R-H Head Track and Field Coach Joe Freeland said.
The R-H boys placed second as a team.
Individually, Nadya Pettus placed first in the girls 100-meter dash and fourth in the 200. John Chaney won the boys shot put, Joey Hengeli placed second in both the boys long jump and the 300-meter hurdles in addition to taking third in the triple jump. George Sandridge placed second in the boys 800-meter run and third in the 1600. Jacob Barker finished second in the 1600, Anisha Marable was third in the girls 300 hurdles and Jabari Gunter was fourth in the boys 400. Emma Silver placed fourth in the girls discus throw and shot put.