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LWC Men's OTF in 1st after day one of MSC Championships

By Kyle Jackson

Williamsburg, KY - The Lindsey Wilson men's outdoor track & field team sits in first place after day one at the Mid-South Conference Championships. The Blue Raiders rounded up 51 team points to lead the conference after the first day of competition.

The Blue Raiders top-scoring event came in the Javelin Throw, where Elias Foor won the event, throwing for 48.82 meters, earning all-conference first-team honors, and scoring a team-high 10 team points. Right behind Foor was Ahumad Williams in fourth who threw for 44.55 meters and five points.

In other final events around the track today, Levi Owens finished second in the 3,000-meter steeplechase for the Blue Raiders placing a time of 9:41.31 seconds, earning all-conference second-team honors and eight points while Jordan Tucker finished in fourth for four team points with a time of 10;17.24.

In the 4x800 relay, the Lindsey Wilson team finished second with a time of 8:04.90 and secured eight points, earning all-conference second team honors, while Cameron Harris finished fourth in the pole vault, launching for 3.10 meters, and winning five points for the Blue Raiders. Behind Harris was Jelle Goldbach who launched for 2.90 meters and a sixth-place finish for three points.

In the Long Jump, Justin Borden finished fourth jumping for 6.54 meters and five points while Rayne Jones-Foster finished sixth, jumping for 6.46 meters and three points.

John Rowe finished second in the Decathlon on the first day, scoring 2672 points, finishing second in the 100-meter dash, third in the long jump, fourth in the shot-put competition, first in the high jump, and third in the 400-meter dash. Teammates Hunter Wethington finished third while Tanner Stonecyper finished ninth.

In the preliminary events today, nine Blue Raiders qualified for the final competition in five different events.

Four Blue Raiders qualified in the 100-meter hurdles with Williams finishing second with a time of 15.95, Tevon Williamson finishing sixth with a time of 16.56, Golbach right behind Williamson in seventh with a time of 17.17 and John Rowe in eighth with a time of 17.94.

Jaylun Wallace took first place in the 400-meter run with a time of 49.39 while K'ron Sherald finished fifth with a time of 50.24 and Josiah Harris in sixth with a time of 50.72.

Tyler Greenwell was the only Blue Raider to qualify from the 100-meter dash as he secured an eighth-place finish with a time of 11.21.

Four Blue Raiders also qualified in the 400-meter hurdles as Wallace took third place with a time of 58.88 while Hunter Wethington finished behind Wallace in fourth with a time of 1:02.32. Harris came across the line in fifth with a time of 1:00.62 and Rowe finished seventh with a time of 1:08.49.

In the final preliminary event, Wallace took fourth in the 200-meter run with a time of 22.10 to move onto tomorrow's finals.

Day two of the Mid-South Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships continue tomorrow at 8amCT from James H. Taylor II Stadium in Williamsburg, Kentucky.

This story was posted on 2021-04-26 12:47:05
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