Maconaquah Boys Varsity Track

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Boys’ Track Competes in 1st Contest of the Season

Though losing by points to a state caliber and very talented Oak Hill squad, the Braves competed well in their first outdoor contest of the season. We found success in various events and were able to accomplish our goal of competing with guts as we used this meet more for for training purposes against another

Braves Finish Strong at Regionals

The Braves track team was represented well at the Warsaw Regional last night by our 7 young men and 4 of them being seniors. Senior Jordan Edgington PRd in the 800 with a 2:03 and bumped himself up a couple of seeding places after running yet another very smart race. Gemini Williams was also able

Boys Track Members Advance to Regionals

7 members of the Boys’ Track team earned qualifying spots to advance on to the Warsaw Regionals this Thursday at 6pm. The top 3 from each event in the sectionals and the next best 4 times/distances/heights out of the 4 sectionals feeding into the regionals advance. We had a great showing at the sectional with several

2018 TRC Boys Track and Field Champions

The boys’ track team earned their first conference championship in 21 years at the TRC meet at IWU. It came down to our 4×400 team, consisting of Nolan Kelly, Jordan Edgington, Aaron McKinley, and Shemar Austin, which took the top spot in the event with a 3:33 to put us tied with Whitko as co-conference champions.

Tested and Ready for Conference and Sectional

The boys track team  won the Mac Invite and came in second to Kokomo here recently. We had several first place finishes on the night. Shemar Austin won the 200 and the 400 with Sam Bourne having a PR in the 1600 in the win along with Paxton Kintner in the discus and Jacob Shaffer in

Boys Track Earns Runner Up at Tipton Invite

The boys team performed extremely well and had numerous PRs on the night individually and as a team. We didn’t have many 1st places but we were scoring high in events in with 2 or 3 people so we are putting ourselves in a place to succeed based on volume. It has been great to see the

Boys’ Track Competes with Rochester

Had solid performances from our younger kids last night. Greg Friend and Aaron McKinley tied for first in the 100 dash with a 12.17 and Shemar Austin ran a 5:13 in the mile. Friend also finished first in the 200 with a 25.33. Billy Miles took third in the 1600. Bryant Teegardin placed 2nd and