Bryce Tinson ‘20: The boys and girls track teams both came out of yesterday’s meet with wins against Stevenson. Stevenson was outmatched from the start, facing a far superior track team.
The boys team only lost one event the entire meet. That was the 110m hurdles, which Jase Davidson ‘21 fought hard to win, but came up short. The boys swept each and every relays, winning by large margins each time. They also swept the 100m, 1600m, 3200m, shot put, and high jump. John Jackman ‘19 won both the 100m, and 200m, while Bailey Kamego ‘18 took home the 400m. Johnny Verellen ‘18 and Trevor Franklin ‘19 both placed in shot put and discus, with Verellen winning discus, and Franklin winning shot put. Chris Riley ‘19 easily took home the win in the 300m hurdles, and tied for first in the high jump with Cole Harko ‘18. Nick Behring ‘18 won in the 800m. Jack and Charlie Wilson ‘20 showed out again coming in first and second respectively in the 1600m.
“We knew we were going to come out and perform today,” Coach Kevin Storai said. “We used this meet as a way to push ourselves, and get better.”
The girls team won every event, except the the 100m, 200m, and high jump. The girls swept the 400m, 800m, and 1600m, as well as all the relays. Madelyn Malczewski ‘20 won both the 800m and the 1600m by huge margins. Sofia Kort ‘19 won discus and shot put. Hannah Toner ‘18 won the 400m barely beating out Ashley Quinn ‘19. Ella Block ‘20 put on a show with a new PR in the Pole Vault, while also securing the win. The hurdlers won the 110m, and 300m by substantial margins. Isabella Rimkus ‘21 won the 300m, while Charlie Gordon ‘18 won the 110m.
“I’m really happy with how we did,” Coach, Michael Buslepp, said. “I know we can do better, especially if we can get the weather back to normal.”
Their next meet is Tuesday, April 17 at home against Grosse Pointe South, as both teams look to secure their second win on the season.