Country Day captures boys, girls regional track and field titles

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Country Day captured both the boys and girls Region 3-1A track and field championships on Thursday at Joe Yenni Stadium.

The Cajuns won the boys title with Southern Lab second and St. Martin’s Episcopal third.

Country Day won the girls championship with St. Martin’s Episcopal coming in second.

Jack Schwing of Country Day won the 100 meter dash and the long jump, Jonathan Zink won the 1,600 meter run and Jack Zink took first in the 3,200 meter run. John Caplan of the Cajuns took first in the pole vault and Andrew Conrad won the discus competition.

Winners for St. Martin’s were ninth-grader Harlem Berry capturing the 200 meter dash and Seth Mandella won the triple jump.

Ty’jon Monroe of West St. John took first in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles.

In the girls competition, Kate Corcoran of Country Day finished first in both the 400 and 800 meter races while Emmeline Moore won the 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs. Eugenie Dazet of the Cajuns won the pole vault with teammate Lila Moody tying her with a vault of seven feet.

Kylar Coleman of St. Martin’s was a double winner, taking both the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles while Toi Robinson of the Saints won the high jump competition and Sofia DiVicenti was first in the javelin throw.

Grace Trepagnier of Riverside Academy finished first in the discus competition.

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