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Warrior Track Teams Split With Sayre, Williamson.

By: Chris Manning | | May 3, 2023

Warrior Track Teams Split With Sayre, Williamson.

The Canton boys and girls track and field teams ended the season with wins over Sayre, but fell to Williamson.

The boys beat Sayre 90-51 and the girls won 97-35, with the boys falling 169-67 to Williamson, and the girls losing 97-86.

For the boys, Canton's 4x800 of Simon Wile, Lawrence Halbfoerster, Brayden Vroman, and Hunter Huffman won in 11:20. Canton’s Joshua Hess (1:01.2) was third in the 400.

Canton swept the discus with Kyle Kapichok (139-feet, 9-inches), William Colton (117-feet, 8-inches), and Anthony Asbury (116-feet, 1-inch).

They also swept the shot put with Kapichok (40-feet, 10-inches), Colton (40-feet, 8 1/2-inches), and Rian Eberly (39-feet, 3-inches).

Canton would go 1-2 in the javelin with Wyatt Karpinski (119-feet, 11-inches), and Kapichok (117-feet, 7-inches).

For the girls Canton's Daveian Crowley won the 100 in 12.6, with her teammates Kali Wesneski (6:30.1) and Camille McRoberts (6:30.2) going 1-2 in the 1600.

Canton's 4x100 won in 52.7.

Crowley (1:03.1) won the 400, with Alexis McRoberts (51.6) winning the 300 hurdles. Camille McRoberts won the 800 in 2:37 as Wesneski (3:00) was third.

Crowley (27.4) and Kendall Kitchen (29.3) went 1-2 in the 200, while the Warrior team of Alexis McRoberts, Laci Niemczyk, Camille McRoberts, and Wesneski won the 4x400 in 4:37.6.

Alexis McRoberts (76-feet, 2-inches) and Kaley Williams (63-feet, 8-inches) went 1-2 in the discus, with Canton sweeping the shot put behind Adrianna Yellenic (24-feet, 10-inches), Samantha Brackman (24-feet, 3-inches), and Williams (22-feet, 8 1/2-inches).

Kitchen won the long jump in 14-feet, 9-inches, and the pole vault at 9-feet. Brackman took the javelin in 73-feet, 7-inches.

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