The Clarkston High School Track and Field teams split their meet against Rochester Adams last Wednesday.
The girls team won their meet 73-55, taking first place in nine events.
The 3,200-meter relay team of Emily Ferguson, Mallory Ferguson, Grace Nolan and Elizabeth Dalrymple finished in first place, 9:50.4. The 800-meter relay team of Karlie Mattinson, Haley Puskar, Shae Harbaugh, Allie Eriksen also finished in first place, 1:49.018. The 400-meter relay team, 56.747, and 1,600-meter relay team, 3:33.33, both finished in second place.
For the track events, 100-meter hurdles, Puskar, third, 17.216; 300-meter hurdles, Harbaugh, first, 47.772; Puskar, third, 50.502; 100-meter dash, Karlie Mattinson, first place, 12.738; Allie Eriksen, third, 13.214; 200-meter dash, Eriksen, second, 27.498; 400-meter dash, Mattinson, second, 1:00.868; Dalrymple, third, 1:02.170; 800-meter run, Shannon Billette, first 2:29.656; Drennan, third, 2:35.613; 1,600-meter run, Nolan, first, place, 5:17.434; Mattie Drennan, second, 5:30.295; and 3,200-meter run, Mallory Ferguson, first, 13:03.76; Ashleigh Strong, second, 13:14.065.
For field events, discus, Alysa Perez, second, 90-03; Sierra Waitkus, third, 83-04; shot put, Perez, first, 33-05; Lindaya Marshall, second, 31-9.5; Jen Starnes, third, 28-05; and high jump, Allison Osborn, first, 4-06; and Maddie Carpentier, second, 4-06. The boys lost to Rochester Adams, 98-30.
The 800-meter relay team of Devin Parkison, Justin Buchmann, Alec Ryan and Matt Baker finished in first place, 1:33.138. The 400-meter relay team, 46.182, and 1,600-meter relay team, 4:14.305, and 3,200-meter relay team, 8:26, all finished in second place.
For the track events, 300-meter hurdles, Zech Borchard, third, 45.847; 100-meter dash, Justin Buchmann, second, 11:467; Jake Honstetter, third, 11.537; 200-meter dash, Buchmann, second, 24.027; 400-meter dash, Christian Collis, 53.440; 800-meter run, Nate Sesti, second, 2:00.66; Shawn Slater, third, 2:03.77; 1,600-meter run, Sesti, second, 4:35; and 3,200-meter run, Jeremy Cavallo, second, 10:33.478.
For field events, long jump Ayden Brooks, first, 17-11; and high jump, Valen Kurmaniak, second, 5-08.
The teams competed in the 57th Annual Elmer Ball Oxford Invitational on Saturday.
The Clarkston girls team finished in fourth place out of 18 teams with 55.5 points.
The 800-meter relay team took first place as they crossed the finished line 13 seconds before the team behind them, 1:50.10. The 1,600-meter relay team took first place, 4:04.31.
For track events, 100-meter dash, Eriksen, sixth, 13:45; 400-meter dash, Mattinson, ninth, 1:05.58; 800-meter run, Shannon Billette, 12th, 2:33.15; 1,600-meter run, Elizabeth Dalrymple, fourth, 5:06.03; Mattie Drennan, 13th, 5:35.88; 3,200-meter run, Grace Nolan, second, 10:55.18; and Ashleigh Strong, eighth, 12:28.06.
For field events, 300-meter hurdles, Harbaugh, third, 50.38; Puskar, seventh, 50.91; and Meredith Brennan, 13th, 52.53; shot put, Perez, eighth, 32-00.75; discus, Perez, ninth, 97-02; Sierra Waitkus, 77-02; high jump, Allison, third, 4-05; pole vault, Hannah Golab, fourth, 9-00.
The Wolves finished in sixth place during the boys meet with 44 points out of 19 teams at the meet.
The 3,200-meter relay team finished in second place, 8:10.86. The 800-meter relay team finished in fifth place, 1:34.95; the 400-meter relay team, seven, 46.50, and the 1,600-meter relay, tenth, 3:45.65.
For track events, 200-meter dash, Parkison, sixth, 23.77; 400-meter dash, Ryan, seventh, 54.03; 800-meter run, Collis, fourth, 2:01.52; Mark Sprague, eighth, 2:04.93; 1,600-meter run, Slater, fourth, 4:28.86; Nathan Murray, tenth, 4:37.12; 3,200-meter run, Brandon Favazza, first, 9:27.76; and Jeremy Cavallo, 15th, 10:22.26. For field events, shot put, Anthony Perez, 24th place, 33-05.75; discus, Avery Grail, 26th place, 88-08; high jump, Kurmaniak, 20th place, 5-04; pole vault, Gutierrez, fifth, 11-00; Grail, ninth, 9-00; and long jump, Brooks, 13th, 18-07.5.
The Wolves head to Lake Orion for a OAA Red match up on Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. They go to the New Balance Invitational at Farmington High School on Saturday.