Cabrini, Karr, Easton capture district track titles

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RESULTS: District 11-4A | District 10-4A

Cabrini continued its dominance, Karr dominated its district in track and field competitions, and Warren Easton also took home a first place award.

In District 11-4A, Cabrini captured its sixth consecutive girls district championship, scoring 158 points with Warren Easton second with 129 points.

Individual champions for the Crescents included Lily Perdue in the high jump, Bailee Villavaso in the pole vault and Madison Brown-Adams in the triple jump.

Warren Easton had three competitors who were double winners.

Eliyah Williams of won both the 100 and 200 meter runs while Alexis Esteves won the 400 and 800 meter runs. Isabelle Gonzalez won both the shot put and discus throws.

Ben Franklin had a double winner in Fiona Collins in the 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs.

Raniyah Gross of Carver captured both the 100 and 300 meter hurdles.

Warren Easton won the boys team championship with 182 points. Carver finished second with 139 points.

Leon Elloie of the Eagles won the 100 and 200 meter runs while Larrell Hadrick took first in both the long jump and triple jump competitions.

Anochee Davis of Carver won the 110 and 300 meter hurdles.

Alistair Deng of Ben Franklin captured both the 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs.

In District 10-4A, Karr won the girls title with 216 points, easily outdistancing second place Belle Chasse, who scored 115 points.

Darionne Gallin of Karr won both the 100 and 200 meter runs and Kori Dupree of the Lady Cougars won the 400 and 800 meter runs. Tyrionne Sparks of Karr won both the long jump and triple jump while Renee Anderson won both the discus and shot put competitions.

Karr won the boys title as well with 211 points with Belle Chasse finishing second with 161 points.

The Cougars had multiple winners.

Markel Myles of the Cougars won both the 110 and 300 meter hurdles. Tony Alexander won the triple jump and Roshad Gonzalez took first in the long jump.

Cameron Reed of Karr captured first in the javelin and Alijah Cruel of the Cougars won the shot put.

The top finishers in each event advance to regional meets next week. The state championships are the first week of May in Baton Rouge.

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