The Gold Standard
Fort Knox, KY | March 23, 2017
The Fort Knox High School track team competed in their first outdoor meet Saturday in the Fort Knox All Comers meet, which was the first track meet held on the installation in two years.
Despite the cold and windy conditions, the Eagles boys' and girls' track and field team finished in first place out of seven teams.
In the unified 400-meter dash James Daniel and Joshua Daniel finished first with time of 1 minute, 24.59 seconds. In the unified 100-meter dash James and Joshua placed first with a time of 18.56.
The girls also had a good showing by breaking a school record. Alexandra Lawson placed first and broke a school record in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 46.69. In the 110-meter hurdles Lawson placed first with a time of 15.80 and Abby Donohue placed third with a time of 18.77. The girls' 4x100-meter relay team of Jamya Meekins, Madelyn Wibled, Marissa Wells, and Sage Tudryn placed first with a time of 56.06. In the 1600-meter run Kayleigh Kopp placed third with a time of 6:43.18 out of seven runners, and she placed third in the 3200-meter run with a time of 13.56.46. In the 100-meter dash Wells placed fifth with a time of 15.07 out of 15 runners. In the 200-meter dash Lawson placed first with a time 26.03 and Fabienne Reinl placed second with a time of 29.54 out of 15 runners. In the 400-meter dash Jenna Doehring placed first with a time of 1:06.21 and Taylor Nordman placed third with a time of 1:08.97 out of 11 runners. The girls' 4 x400-meter relay team of Doehring, Reinl, Tudryn, Nordman placed first with a time of 4:37.25.
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