CARLISLE — Chambersburg sent a small crew of athletes to the Stanley Morgan Invitational in Carlisle on an ugly Saturday and came away with three first-place efforts.
In the boys 110 hurdles, the Trojans placed 1-2-3, with Darion Baumgartner winning in 14.84, Michael Kelly taking second in 15.30 and Jermere Jones in third in 15.40.
Sedrick Vessah captured the shot put with a heave of 46-10. On the girls’ side, Camryn Kiser won the 1600 with a time of 5:06.95, beating her rival, Claire Paci of Greencastle-Antrim, who was the runner-up in 5:10.02. Chambersburg’s Olivia Rieck was fifth (5:23.12).
Also f or the Trojan boys, J.J. Kelly took second in the long jump (20-9), third in the high jump (5-11) and fourth in the triple jump (40-4.5); James Lilley placed fifth in the discus (128-7); and Kaden Rife took second in the freshman 1600 (4:50.66).
For the Chambersburg girls, Lexi Boyd was the runner-up in the 3200 (11:59.03) and Kaleah Leisher took fifth in the discus (92-9).
The Shippensburg boys team had four event winners and also claimed the team championship.
Spencer Edey was a double winner, in the long jump (21-0) and triple jump (43-5); Carter Funk captured the javelin (159-0) and Dakota Arana was first in the high jump (6-5). Anthony Smith was second in the shot put (45-1) and third in the discus (129-2), and Jaxson Funson was second in the discus (132-7).
The boys 3200 was a hotspot for Franklin County; the order of finish was Hayden Parks of Greencastle (9:44.62), Ben Colli of Chambersburg (9:46.14), Waynesboro’s Joseph Jacobs (9:49.41), G-A’s Dalton Noblit (9:55.59) and the Trojans’ Ari Snyder (10:01.52).
Also for the Blue Devil boys, Joel Amstutz won the freshman 1600 in 4:48.47.