The Gold Standard
Fort Knox, KY | April 21, 2017
On Saturday the Fort Knox High School Eagles’ track and field team traveled to Louisville’s Kentucky Country Day High School to compete in the Kentucky Country Day Bearcat Invitational. The Eagles’ had their work cut
out for them as they competed against 16 other schools, but the boys’ team brought home a championship plaque by placing first out of 16 teams. The girls’ team brought home the runner-up plaque by placing second out of 16 teams.
In the mixed unified 400-meter dash freshman James Daniel and eighth-grader Joshua Daniel placed first with a time of 1 minute, 19 seconds. In the mixed unified 100-meter dash James and Joshua placed first with
a time of 19.00.
On the girls’ side in the 100-meter hurdles sophomore Alexandra Lawson placed first with a time of 15.80 and sophomore Abby Donohue placed fourth with a time of 18.04. The girls’ 4x100-meter relay team of Zniah
Stokes, Madelyn Wible, Marissa Wells and Jamya Meekins placed fifth with a time of 56.06. In the 1600-meter run eighth-grader Claire Donohue placed 12th with a time of 6:39.42. The girls 4x200-relay team of Taylor Nordman, Abby, Wible and Fabienne Rienl placed third with a time of 1:53.90. In the 100-meter dash Lawson
placed first with a time of 12.58 and seventh-grader Sage Tudryn placed sixth with a time of 13.85. In the 200-meter dash Lawson placed first with a time 26.05 and Tudryn placed fifth with a time of 28.48. In the 400-meter dash Doehring placed second with a time of 1:06.06 and Nordman placed 13th with a time of 1:11.09.
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