Wolves place in top ten in invitational at Oxford High

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.

Allison Osborn leaps in the long jump last Wednesday. Photo by Wendi Reardon Price

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.

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