Cheboygan track teams third at home invitational

Audrey J. Powers

Cheboygan’s Keegan Mosher crosses the finish line first during the boys 100-meter dash at Monday’s Cheboygan Invitational. Inland Lakes’ Sam Mayer (left of Mosher) earned second.

CHEBOYGAN — The Cheboygan track and field teams both finished in third place at their home invitational Monday.

For the Cheboygan boys, who scored 106 points. Keegan Mosher finished first in the 100 (11.3) and 200 (23.3), while Robert LaPointe was first in the shot put (41-1). Nathan Wiles was second in the 110 hurdles (20.8). The 400 relay team of Aiden Drake, Kaiden Miller, Chris Charboneau and Mosher took second, clocking a 47.5 time. Posting third was Luke Patrick in the 800 (2:24). The 800 relay team of Jason Peacock, Kelsey Lamb, Drake and Wiles was third with a 1:47.9 time, while the 1600 relay team of Gabe Sabolsky, Noah Sabolsky, Mosher and Patrick was third with a 4:04.9 time, and the 3200 relay team of Gabe Sabolsky, Isaac Yokom-McDonald, Evan Benson and Patrick was also third with a 9:54 time. Posting fourth places were Drake in the 100 (12.1) and Yokom-McDonald in the 1600 (5:39). Fifth places were earned by Charboneau in the 100 (12.5), Noah Sabolsky in the shot put (34-5), Edward LaPointe in the discus (92-3.75) and Lamb in the long jump (16-3.5). Rounding out Cheboygan with sixth places were Miller in the 200 (25.8), Benson in the 400 (1:00.9), LaPointe in the discus (88-9) and Drake in the long jump (16-3).

Cheboygan's Bella Ecker competes in the girls long jump during Monday's Cheboygan Invitational.

Cheboygan’s Bella Ecker competes in the girls long jump during Monday’s Cheboygan Invitational.

On the girls side, the Chiefs (99) were led by second places from Kinsey Carpenter in the 200 (28.2), Anastasia Schramm in the discus (87-0.25) and Bella Ecker in the high jump (4-6). Third places were earned by Autumn Gingrich in the 400 (1:07.5), Penelope Baltiz in the 800 (2:58), Schramm in the shot put (28-2.25) and Ava Bury in the high jump (4-2). Adding fifth places were Mabel Styburski in the shot put (25-5) and discus (63-1), Andalee Bailey in the pole vault (4-6), Samantha Bailey in the pole vault (4-6), Samantha Harke in the 3200 (15:31), Bury in the 1600 (6:47) and Ecker in the long jump (13-5). Taygan Smith took sixth in the 800 (3:11).

Inland Lakes teams both finish fourth

The Inland Lakes teams earned fourth-place finishes in Cheboygan Monday.

The Inland Lakes boys (89) were led by first places from Sam Schoonmaker in the high jump (5-6) and the 400 relay team of Sam Mayer, Evan Perreault, Dylan Zinke and Schoonmaker, who clocked a 47.2 time.

Second places were earned by Mayer in the 100 (11.6) and 400 (57.7), Schoonmaker in the long jump (17-2), Ty Thompson in the discus (102-1) and Noah Shugar in the high jump (5-4). Third places went to Jack Wilson in the shot put (37-7.25) and Nevin Thompson in the discus (101-11.5). Posting fourth places were Mayer in the 200 (24.8) and Ty Thompson in the pole vault (9-0). Schoonmaker was fifth in the 200 (25.5) and Zinke earned fifth in the 100 (12.5).

For the Inland Lakes girls (93), Larissa Huffman placed first in the 100 hurdles (18.0), 300 hurdles (50.5) and high jump (5-0). The 1600 relay team of Luci Bunker, Lauren Fenstermaker, Lannah Engler and Huffman was first with a 4:33 time.

Securing second places were Bunker in the 800 (2:58) and Lannah Engler in the long jump (14-5). Bunker was third in the pole vault (6-0). The 400 relay team of K.C. Cain, Hannah Hinman, Lannah Engler and Fenstermaker was third with a 57.5 time, while the 800 relay team of Erica Taglauer, Lannah Engler, Lauryn Engler and Bunker was also third with a 2:09 time. Fenstermaker took fourth in the 200 (28.7) and Murray was fourth in the discus (66-4.75). Fenstermaker earned fifth in the 100 (14.6). Murray was sixth in the shot put (25-1.5) and Lauryn Engler was sixth in the discus (62-2.5).

Pellston boys take sixth

The Pellston boys, who recorded 29 points and finished sixth, were led by a third-place finish from Laith Griffith in the long jump (16-8.5) and a fourth from Brach Taylor in the 110 hurdles (27.6).

Earning fifth places were Coby Dyer in the 800 (2:27), Griffith in the 400 (59.7) and Taylor in the 300 hurdles (52.5).

Both the Sault High boys (172) and girls (185.5) took first place.

This article originally appeared on Cheboygan Daily Tribune: Cheboygan track teams third at home meet

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