Track and field season got underway with tri-meet action in Saxton Tuesday. Southern Huntingdon looked good in sweeping both the boy’s and the girl’s competitions.
The Rocket boys beat the Titans 84-66. They defeated the Williamsburg Blue Pirates 126-21. Tussey downed Williamsburg 81-46.
Kadin Moore won three events for Southern. Dom Seiberling won twice for Tussey Mountain.
Southern’s girls team took care of the Pirates 97-48. The Rockets stopped the Titans 87-62 while Tussey topped Williamsburg 81-46.
Olivia Wilson took a pair of firsts for Southern Huntingdon. Meghan Molosky won three events for Tussey Mountain.
Both of the local teams are at the Bedford Invitational Saturday.
Moore took the 100 meters in 11.1 with Tussey’s Dave Smith right behind him at 11.4. Moore was first in the 200 (23.6) and Titan Collin Gillis was second (24.9). The 400 also belonged to Moore with a winning time of 54.7. Tussey’s Trevor Husick was second at 57.6.
Southern’s Isaac Irwin won the 800 in 2:33.7 and teammate Brandon Runk placed second (2:38.5). Irwin took the 1600 in 5:44.1 with Rocket Elijah Harper in second (5:45).
Kendrel Marino took the long jump with a leap of 18-11 for the Rockets with Owen Winter in second (18-6.5). Winter won the triple jump (38-6) and was second in the high jump behind John Ballas (5-8).
Smith won the pole vault at 12-0 with Husick next at 11-0. Chad Morningstar took care of the shot put (41-3.25) and the discus (119-0) for the Titans.
Kyler Cromwell was first in the 3200 (13:19.5) with Harper second.
Seiberling won the 110 hurdles in 18.5 and the 300 hurdles in 47.6 for the Titans.
Tussey Mountain won the 400 and 1600 relay races while Souther Huntingdon took the 3200.
Wilson won the shot put for Southern with a throw of 28-9. Her distance of 86-5 won the discus.
Molosky sprinted to a 13.1 in the 100 meters and her 27.8 took the 200. She also won the high jump at 4-8.
Brooke Horton took first in the long jump with a distance of 12-10.5 for the Titans. She also won the pole vault at a height of 7-6.
Emma McMath won the 400 for the Rockets (1:10). Jadyn Parana won the triple jump at 27-0.5.