Area 2A track and field regional notes

05/05/2014 11:02 AM

05/06/2014 11:03 AM

The Triangle is sending athletes from eight different 2A schools – Carrboro, N.C. Science & Math, Durham School of Arts, Bunn, Franklinton, Southern Vance, Jordan-Matthews and North Johnston – to this weekend’s 2A track and field championships. Below are the team scores and local state qualifiers from the 2A Mideast regional last Saturday, which was hosted by Pinecrest High in Southern Pines and the 2A East regional hosted by Pasquotank County High.

East team scores

Girls top 10: Croatan 127; Beddingfield 68; Currituck County 66; North Pitt 65; Northside-Jacksonville 47.5; North Johnston 42; Southwest Onslow 34; Ayden-Grifton 31; Kinston 30; Pasquotank County 26

Boys top 10: North Brunswick 148; Washington 103.5; Currituck County 68; Northeastern 45; North Pitt 31; Southwest Onslow & Northside-Jacksonville 30; Beddingfield 29; Edenton Holmes 28; Kinston 27

Mideast team scores

Girls top 10: High Point Andrews 128.5; Carrboro 110.5; Durham School of Arts 104; Cummings 73; N.C. Science and Math 72; Frankinton 41; St. Pauls 31; Bunn 27; Graham 24; Warren County 14

Boys top 10 : High Point Andrews 113; Carrboro 102; N.C. Science and Math 82; Bunn 48; Graham 41; Cummings 38; Franklinton 33; Redisville 30; St. Pauls 29; Fairmont 24

Area 2A individual girls qualifiers

Bunn: Tainasha Vines, junior (long jump, triple jump).

Carrboro: Maysa Araba, junior (800, 1600); Helen Morken, junior (1600, 3200); Amanda Hickey, sophomore (800, 1600, 3200); Alexandra Jones, sophomore (discus); Katie Knotek, freshman (long jump); Maley Wagner, sophomore (pole vault); the 4-by-400 relay, 4-by-800 relay.

Durham School of Arts: Shannon Moses, sophomore (100 hurdles); Hana Ratcliffe, senior (800, 1600); Simi Gbadegesin, freshman (200); Deja Davis, junior (300 hurdles); Lydia Gamble, sophomore (400); the 4-by-100 relay, 4-by-200 relay, 4-by-400 relay, 4-by-800 relay.

Franklinton : Shaniece Jones-Thams, freshman (100); Charity Snelling, senior (high jump); the 4-by-100 relay, 4-by-800 relay.

N.C. Science & Math: Daria Nonnemaker, junior (300 hurdles); Ashley Cleveland, senior (300 hurdles); Alexis Knox, senior (3200); Cere Poovey, junior (3200); Maddie Wyatt, senior (800); Kali Smith, junior (discus, shot put); Ashleigh Cleveland, senior (high jump); the 4-by-400 relay, 4-by-800 relay.

North Johnston: Tangela Williams, junior (200, long jump, triple jump); Quasheila Thorne, freshman (400);

Area 2A individual boys qualifiers

Bunn: Ashton Avery, junior (100, 200); the 4-by-100, relay 4-by-200 relay.

Carrboro: Jerrell Atwater, sophomore (110 hurdles); Tomiwa Olufolabi, senior (1600); James Jushchuk, senior (3200); Magnus Herweyer, sophomore (discus, shot put); Noah Lambert, junior (high jump); Jesse Tysinger, junior (pole vault); Will Dozier, senior (pole vault); the 4-by-400 relay, 4-by-800 relay.

Durham School of Arts: Abdel Mouliom, junior (300 hurdles); Nikolas Silva, junior (3200).

Franklinton: Malik Tarbell, junior (300 hurdles, long jump); Fred Harlan, senior (triple jump).

Jordan-Matthews: Bryson Bittle, senior (long jump, triple jump).

N.C. Science & Math: Josh Res-Jones, senior (800, 1600); Chatham Ellwanger, senior (1600, 3200); Steven Tulevech, junior (1600); Nicholas Walker, junior (3200); Robert Cooper, junior (400); Cameron Bowes, senior (800); Kevin Parham, senior (pole vault); the 4-by-400 relay, 4-by-800 relay.

North Johnston: Dylan Pinder, freshman (100 wheelchair, 200 wheelchair, wheelchair shot put).

Southern Vance: Jaquez Bullock, senior (shot put); the 4-by-100 relay.

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