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SCHS Gamecocks capture first at home track meet

With another home meet on tap for this March 20 afternoon, the SCHS Gamecock track team of Kenny Sanders pulled out a 109-103 win over soon-to-be AAAAAA Richmond Hill in a five-team meet March 13.
The Lady Gamecocks were not as fortunate as they finished fourth from among the five teams. After two consecutive rainouts, the meet took place under sunny, but cold conditions.
Also participating in the meet were Savannah Country Day, Metter and Bryan County.
Another scheduled home meet on Tuesday was canceled because of soggy conditions. After this afternoon, the next scheduled meet at the SCHS track is Thursday, March 27.
For the Gamecocks, their superiority in the field events was far and away the difference.
Gaining first place in four of the six events to go with a pair of seconds and a third, SCHS accumulated 46 points in those events.
Led by Rashad Hughley’s firsts in both the high jump (5-6) and the pole vault (height unrecorded), Richmond Whitfield (first in the shot with 39-4); and Tyler Williams (first in the triple jump with 41-5 and second in the long jump with 20-7 ½) the Red and White were impressive.
Jordan Morrell was third in the discus at 95-10 to round out field scoring.
Ralaya Evans was the star for the Lady Gamecocks as she accounted for better than one-third of their points with first place finishes in the long jump (16-3) and the triple jump (33-9), while Vaniesha Lawton picked up the other first for the team in the 300 hurdles (49.88).
The Roosters picked up four first place finishes in the track events without placing even a body in the distance events.
Quan Smith in the 200 (22.52); PJ Daughtry in the 400 (53.39); Josh Kerson in the 110 hurdles (15.01); and Chandler Rigdon in the 300 hurdles (55.22) all picked up first place finishes.
Rigdon also was runner-up to Kerson in the short hurdles.
Earning third place for each team were Lady Gamecock KB Scruggs in the 3200 and the boys’ Smith in the 100.
In the relays, the Gamecocks took second in the short and third in the long, while the Lady Gamecocks took third in the short relay and did not place in the long.