Locals compete at Bald Eagle Invite.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 23, 2016

 

Athens' Breana Gambrell led a dominant day for locals at the Bald Eagle Invite.

Gambrell won the long jump at 18-feet, 1/4-inches, topping the field by more than a foot. Teammate Shanell Baglini was 12th at 15-feet, 6 3/4-inches.

Gambrell took second in the girls' 100 in 12.56, being edged by .04 by Destiny Andrus of Penns Valley.

Gambrel, Baglini, Ariana Gambrell and Rachel Hutchinson took second in the 4x100 relay in 50.92.

Wyalusing's Luke Jennings, Tracey Brown, Derek Frederick and Collin Edsell won the 4x100 relay in 44.60, breaking the school record in the process. Waverly's Jacob Goble, Josh Mastrantuono, Dawson Morey and Shane Carpenter took fourth in 45.74 and Towanda's Landon Brown, John Schrader, Larry Nichols and Griffin Sites took 10th in 46.73.

Towanda's Jessica Tice won the shot put at 35-feet, 3 1/4-inches, while Canton's Katie Henson was ninth at 31-feet, 3 1/4-inches and Athens' Katherine Shenot was 10th at 30-feet, 6 1/2-inches. Towanda's Hannah Palfreyman was 14th at 30-feet, 1 1/2-inches.

Canton's Noah Barnett won the 400 in 51.66 with Towanda's Sites fifth in 53.27 and Athens' Ben Vosburg eighth in 53.62.

In the boys' 100, Barnett was fourth in 11.71, while Wyalusing's Edsell finished 10th in 11.92.

Barnett was second in the 200 in 23.30 with Goble fourth in 23.65 and Canton's Brandon Fleming 13th in 24.47, while Wyalusing's Brown was 15th in 24.52.

North Penn's Alysa Davey-Bostic took second in the high jump at 5-feet, 3-inches and Madelybn Edsell of Wyalusing was fifth at 4-feet, 9-inches.

Wyalusing's Jennings was fourth in the high jump at 5-feet, 11-inches and Athens' Joe Moyer was seventh at 5-feet, 9-inches. North Penn's Mason Gee was tied for 10th at 5-feet, 7-inches.

Jennings took second in the long jump at 20-feet, 10-inches and teammate Kasar Cameron was ninth at 19-feet, 6 1/4-inches.

Waverly's Josh Mastrantuono was second in the pole vault at 13-feet.

Towanda's Ally Tama was third in pole vault at 10-feet and Wyalusing's Ashlee Newton was ninth at 8-feet, 6-inches.

In the girls' 2000 steeplechase Athens' Sophie Adams finished 14th in 10:49.51 and in the boys' steeple Wyalusing's Robert Tewksbury was 11th in 8:35.41, while Athens' Jacob Aquilio was 14th in 8:49.27.

Canton's Tamara Hess, Alana Castle, Emalee Landis and Randi Jennings took seventh in the 3200 relay in 10:46.71 and in the boys' race, Towanda's Stephen Benditt, Chase Dibble, Brown and Sites took sixth in 8:44.27.

In the girls' 100 hurdles Athens' Cassie McDonald was sixth in 16.67 with teammate Jocelyn Burns ninth in 17.36.

In the boys' 110 hurdles Cantons Michael Bacon finished eighth in 16.88 and Athens' Matt Bryan was 13th in 17.37.

Jennings was ninth in the 1600 in 5:41.47.

In the boys' discus Waverly's Morey was 10th at 112-feet, 11-inches and Troy's Jacob Newman was 12th at 112-feet, 4-inches.

Tama was eighth in the girls' 400 in 1:02.06.

In the 300 hurdles McDonald was 11th in 51.27 and Troy's Brooke Hinman was 14th in the 800 in 2:26.91, followed by North Penn's Lyndsey Payne in 2:37.09.

Troy's Jacob Culkin was fifth in the 800 in 2:07.46.

Moyer was 10th in the shot at 42-feet, 1/2-inch and Towanda's Sarah Dawsey was fifth in the javelin at 109-feet, 11-inches.

Athens' Morgan Westbrook was 13th in the javelin at 95-feet, 2-inches.

Hutchinson was fifth in the 200 in 27.54 and Troy's Riley McClellan was 13th in 28.60.

Athens' Emily Madigan was 11th in the 3200 in 12:31.63 and Jennings was 14th in 12:33.67.

Athens' Suzanna Searles took ninth in the discus at 95-feet, 7-inches.

Bryan took fourth for Athens in the javelin at 165-feet, 10-inches and teammate Moyer was eighth at 146-feet, 9-inches.

Athens' Baglini, Hutchinson, Burns and McDonald took fifth in the 1600 relay in 4:18.13 and Towanda's Elaine Johnson, Tama, Lauren Risch and Genesis Vazquez finished ninth in 4:27.17.

Risch was 14th in the triple jump at 31-feet, 4 3/4-inches and for the boys' Canton's Malachi Washington was third at 40-feet, 11-inches. Jennings was fifth for Wyalusing at 40-feet, 4 1/4-inches and Sites took ninth at 39-feet, 4-inches.