John Paul II’s boys finished fifth to lead the local contingent at the SCISA Track & Field Championships on Saturday at Porter-Gaud in Charleston.
The Golden Warriors picked up 32 points thanks to strong performances from Reco Anderson and Zach Doe. Anderson placed second in the 200 and third in the 100, while Doe was fourth in both races.
The 4×400 team of Gabe Skipper, Bobby Ross, Nathan Riley, and Sebastian Laverde finished second, and Freddie Aiken was fifth in the shot put.
Holy Trinity’s boys collected seven points, with Logan Lawson playing a part in all of them. Lawson placed fifth in the 800 and was part of the fourth-place 4×400 relay — along with Thomas Smith, Parker Smith, and Ruben Pena — and he joined Parker Smith, Pena, and Ethan Marquardt on the 4×800 relay team that finished sixth.
Holy Trinity’s girls scored one point on a sixth-place finish in the 4×800 relay.
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