Newman boys and girls, Warren Easton boys top regional track & field meet

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It was a huge day for Newman and Warren Easton in track and field action Wednesday.

In the Class 4A, Region III competition at South Terrebonne High School, Warren Easton finished first in the boys competition with 95 points. Carver was second with 89 points with Belle Chasse third with 68 points.

Leading the way for the Eagles was Leon Elloie, who won the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes in times of 10.73 and 21.4 seconds, respectively.

Ronald Lewis Jr. of Easton won the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles in times of 15:13 and 40:38, respectively.

Ryan Miller of Warren Easton took the high jump with a leap of 6 feet, four inches.

Louden Boudreaux of Belle Chasse was the star of the meet, capturing three individual titles.

Boudreaux won the 800-meter run in a time of 1:58.5, took the 1,600-meter run in 4:35:73 and captured the 3,200-meter race in a time of 9:46.1. Boudreaux made it four wins as part of the Cardinals winning the 3,200-meter relay.

Joseph White of Ben Franklin won the 400-meter run in a time of 50.81.

Carver swept the relays, winning at 400, 800 and 1,600-meters.

Lawrence Lambert of Carver was part of the 400-meter relay and he won both the long jump and triple jump competitions with leaps of 22:2 and 44-11.5, respectively.

In the Class 2A, Region III meet at Ponchatoula, the Newman boys won with 131 points. Kentwood was second with 125 points and Pope John Paul II was third with 59.

Parker Davis of Newman won the 110-meter hurdles in 17:29 while Walter Reynolds of the Greenies won the javelin with a toss of 152-7.

Newman won the 3,200-meter relay.

Jermaine Brown of Kentwood won the 200-meter dash in a time of 25.52 while the Kangaroos took the 800-meter and 1,600-meter relay races. Shacobe Dyson of Kentwood won the shot put with a throw of 41-0.5 and Jer’michael Carter of the Kangaroos took the long jump and triple jump competitions with leaps of 21-6 and 41-11, respectively.

Payton Chiasson of Pope John Paul II won both the 1,600 and 3,200-meter races in times of 2:02.95 and 10:38.85.

Samare Scott of St. Charles Catholic won the 400-meter run in 52.26, Kyron Ross of Northlake Christian took first in the discus with a throw of 124-1.5 and Hayden Harris of the Wolverines won the pole vault with a leap of 9-0.

In the girls 4A, Region III competition at South Terrebonne, Vandebilt Catholic finished first with Lakeshore second and Lusher Charter third.

Janice Jordan of Belle Chasse was a star, winning the 100-meter and 200-meter runs in times of 13:05 and 26:61.

Anina Manning of Lakeshore won the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 17:01 and the Titans took the 1,600 relay. Miranda Tillery of Lakeshore took the high jump in 5.7.2.

Reign Riley of Lusher Charter won the shot put and discus throws with tosses of 34-8 and 103-7, respectively.

In the girls 2A, Region III competition at Ponchatoula, Newman completed a sweep for the Greenies with 164 points. St. Thomas Aquinas was second with Amite third.

Morgan LeBourgeois of Newman won the 100 and 200-meter runs in times of 12:79 and 25:96. Ava Hartman of the Greenies took first in the 1,600-meter run at 5:30 and she won the 3,200-meter run in a time of 11:54.84. Tatum Reiss of the Greenies won the 100-meter hurdles in 18:04. Newman took first in the 800-meter and 3,200-meter relays.

Brennan Becerra of St. Thomas Aquinas won both the 400 and 800-meter runs in times of 58:03 and 2:24.61. Shannon Alack of STA took first in the 300-meter hurdles in 49:41. Madeleine Durnin of the Falcons took the pole vault with a vault of 9-0 and St. Thomas Aquinas won the 1,600 relay.

Amite won the 400-meter relay and Jalencia Pierre of the Warriors was a double-winner, taking first in the long jump at 18-3.5 and the triple jump at 5-2.

Mallory Norton of Pope John Paul II won the javelin competition with a throw of 119-08.2.

Boys Track and Field Team Results

Class 4A, Region III 1. Warren Easton 95

2. Carver 89

3. Belle Chasse 68

4. Vandebilt Catholic 61

5. Karr 49

6. Helen Cox 42

7. Ben Franklin 40

8. Salmen 27

9. Lakeshore 22

10. South Lafourche 21

11. South Terrebonne 17

12. Assumption 16

13. Ellender 11

14. New Orleans Military & Maritime 15

15. McMain 6

15. Pearl River 6

17. Franklinton 4

18. Lusher Charter 3

19. Livingston Collegiate 2

Class 2A, Region II 1. Newman 131

2. Kentwood 125

3. Pope John Paul II 59

4. Northlake Christian 48

5. St. Helena Central 46

6. Springfield 37

7. Varnado 27

7. St. Thomas Aquinas 27

9. St. Charles Catholic 25

10. Morris Jeff Community 20

11. Amite 12

12. South Plaquemines 10

13. Doyle 6

14. Pine 5

15. Sarah Reed 2

15. French Settlement 2

Girls Track and Field Team Results

Class 4A, Region III 1. Vandebilt Catholic 178.5

2. Lakeshore 69

3. Lusher Charter 60

4. St. Scholastica 51

5. Karr 44.5

6. Cabrini 39

7. Belle Chasse 37

8. Warren Easton 36.5

9. South Terrebonne 25

10. South Lafourche 20

11. Morgan City 12.5

12. Ben Franklin 8

13. Carver 5

14. Pearl River 1

14. Assumption 1

14. New Orleans Military & Maritime 1

Class 2A, Region II 1. Newman 164

2. St. Thomas Aquinas 136

3. Amite 62

4. McGehee 57

5. Northlake Christian 36

6. St. Charles Catholic 26

7. St. Helena Central 25

8. Pope John Paul II 24

9. Kentwood 22

10. Pine 14

11. Springfield 3

12. South Plaquemines 1

12. Fisher 1

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