on April 25, 2024

NUMS boys take first, girls take second against Fairbanks

By By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette 


In a meet at Fairbanks last week, North Union finished first in the boys meet and the Lady Cats finished second.

Glory Blevins set a school record in winning long jump with a leap of 16 feet, 3.25 inches while the boys 4×200 team of Jack Kemp, Luke Brown, Broden O’Reilly and Mason Andrews won with a school-record time of 1:43.95.

The Lady Cats won three of the four relay events while boys team had two first-place relay finishes.

Athletes finishing in the top three in individual events were as follows:


200: Reeslyn Riffle, third 29.85 400: Samantha Price, third 1:10.7 1600: Chloe McElroy, first 6:08.1; Morgan Mask, third 6:27.2 100 hurdles: Zoni Rob…

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