Belle Chasse, Warren Easton, Karr, Cabrini win district track titles
The District 10-4A and 11-4A championships in track and field were held earlier this week at Tad Gormley Stadium.
On the boys side, Belle Chasse and Warren Easton won district championships while on the girls side, Karr and Cabrini emerged victorious.
In District 10-4A, Belle Chasse edged Karr for the boys title with 172 points while the Cougars had 161.5.
In District 11-4A, Warren Easton scored 204 points for the title with Carver second at 170.
In girls competition, Karr won the 10-4A championship with 180 points while Belle Chasse scored 164.
Cabrini took first in District 11-4A with 191 points with Warren Easton a distant second at 124 points.
Individual winners for the Crescents were Madison Brown-Adams in the triple jump, Lily Perdue in the high jump, Lauryn Toregano in the 300 meter hurdles and Rachel Mipro in the pole vault.
Alexis Esteves of Warren Easton won both the girls 400 meter and the 800 meter run. Jasmine Melancon of Lusher Charter won both the 100 meter and the 200 meter dash.
Malachi Preciado of Warren Easton won the 11-4A boys individual titles in the shot put and discus throws. Ronald Lewis Jr. won the 300 meter hurdles. Leon Elloie of Easton won the 200 meter dash and Ryan Miller of the Eagles captured the high jump title
Reign Riley was a double winner in the girls 11-4A competition, victorious in the shot put and discus throw.
Final Boys Team Scores:
10-4A 1) Belle Chasse 172
2) Karr 161.5
3) Helen Cox 148
4) New Orleans Military & Maritime 40.5
5) Landry 7
11-4A 1) Warren Easton 204
2) Carver 170
3) Ben Franklin 58
4) Lusher Charter 53
5) McMain 24
6) John F. Kennedy 21
7) Livingston Collegiate 4
Final Girls Team Scores:
10-4A 1) Karr 180
2) Belle Chasse 164
3) Academy of Our Lady 43
4) Helen Cox 29
5) New Orleans Military & Maritime 11
11-4A 1) Cabrini 191
2) Warren Easton 124
3) Lusher Charter 112
4) Ben Franklin 36
5) Carver 26
6) John F. Kennedy 15
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