Landmark 2-28 HS-MS Meet in Pics

Here are some of our MileSplit photographer's favorite pics.....

All Pics and Caps by Dan McCauley

Elijah McKoy of Darlington and Taylor Snyder of Landmark both jumped 5-08. Ben Kritko of Trinity Christian - Sharpsburg went 5-06 for 3rd, and Timothy Mbakwe of Darlington was 4th with a jump of 5-04.

Haley Hooper of Lovett ran a fantastic time of 5:20 to win the Middle School Girls 1600m

Sophomore Brandon Stone of Landmark Christian won the 110 Hurdles in 17.02

Landmark Teammates Kathryn Foreman and Nicole Fegans led eventual winner Serena Tripodi of Lovett. Freshman Sarah Foreman held on for 4th, ahead of Darlington's Stephanie Ward.

Legendary Starter Dick Moss fired his starter's pistol 82 times on Saturday. Here, he gets the third heat of the Middle School Boys 1600m underway.

Varsity Boys 1600m featured (left to right) Evan Strickland of Galloway 5th, Nasir Campbell of Paideia 4th, Austin Taylor of Landmark 3rd, Griffin McCauley of Paideia 2nd, and winner, Spencer Fields of Darlington.

Darlington Senior Spencer Fields schooled Paideia Frosh Griffin McCauley in the 1600m. Fields ran a respectable 4:41.75 Rust Buster under windy conditions.

In the Varsity Boys 800m, the Paideia duo of Griffin McCauley and Nasir Campbell worked together to overtake Joshua Cobb of Landmark, Andrew Awbrey of Trinity Christian-Sharpsburg, and Landmark's Taylor Snyder.

Jordan Boyd and team mate Rachel Morley sailed to the top two spots in the Girls 300m Hurdles.

The Landmark Girl's Hurdling Team is comprised of (left to right) Syney Hahn, Jordan Boyd 2nd (100m and 300m), and winner Rachel Morley (100m and 300m).

Top Seed McKenna Taylor of Hebron Christian led Paideia sixth grader Caroline Pickel for over half of the Middle School Girls 3200m. Pickel then made her move and took the win in her first track meet, ever.

Serena Tripodi of Lovett bided her time and then powered to the wins in both the 1600m and 3200m Runs. Here, Tripodi leads runner-up Nicole Fegans of Landmark in the closing laps of the 3200m.

Spencer Fields and Austin Taylor led the combined 3200m High School & Middle School 27 runner field. Colton Wooster of Landmark, Elijah McCauley of Paideia, and Julian Pilgrim of Bleckley Co. took the top three spots in the Middle School division.

As the sun set on a terrific day of jumping, throwing, and racing, Kathryn Foreman received the baton from Little Sister Sarah. The Landmark Girls 4x400 Team took the win ahead of Darlington, Drew Charter Senior Academy, and Trinity Christian-Sharpsburg.



Below are the performances entered for the meet that met the national silver standard.

HS Girls
3,200 Meter Run11:13.00Serena TripodiLovett
3,200 Meter Run11:15.00Nicole FegansLandmark Christian School

2 National Elites. 25 Elites.