The Stockbridge Invitational featured some of the stiffest competition the Warrior Track Teams had seen all season. It was cold. The skies were gray. It was windy at times. None of it mattered. The Warriors went on attack mode and did not back down from the competition or the elements.
Several runners set personal bests on the chilly day.
Weston Kwiatek (23.34) and Lexus Bargesser (26.14) set PRs in the 200
Louis Good (56.02) in the 400
Isabel Spencer (2:44.76) Hailey Zink (2:50.80) Jacob Campbell (2:10.64) in the 800
Matthew Rankin (5:19.63) in the 1600
Wesley Good (12:19.00) in the 3200
Jack Easterday (17.63) in the 110 Hurdles
Ruby Johnson (52.90) Anna Konopka (59.46) Jack Easterday (46.56) and Brett Horodeczny (52.26) in the 300 Hurdles
Girls 4×100 relay team of Bliss, Grimm, Campbell, and Bargesser (53.43)
Girls 4×200 relay team of Bliss, Grimm, Campbell, and Baresser (1:53.12) and the Boys team of Crutchfield, Canning, Gray, and Kwiatek (1:36.41)
Boys 4×400 relay team of Campbell, Bagby, Canning, Good (3:47.10)
Megan Niehaus in Shot Put (34 feet)
Jenni Sherwood in Discus (105′ 7″)
The Warriors travel down 127 to Addison Tuesday to take on the Panthers and the Dutch in a Cascades Conference showdown.
IT’S A GREAT DAY TO BE A WARRIOR!