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LWC Women's OTF takes 2nd place at MSC Championships

By Kyle Jackson

Williamsburg, KY - The Lindsey Wilson women's outdoor track & field team finished in second place at the Mid-South Conference Championships. The Blue Raiders rounded up 160.50 team points to finish as runners-up in the conference championships.

The Blue Raiders top-scoring event came in both the 4x100 meter relay and the Heptathlon, where Kerryann Scott, Emilija Kusic, Jahlia McNealy and Ty'Nasia Walker won the relay, recording a time of forty-eight point fifty-four seconds, scored a team-high 10 team points, earned all-conference first team honors while Henriette Hawlas won the Heptathlon accumulating 3,936 points, earning first-team all-conference honors, and broke the previous school record of 3,567 points. Hawlas also met the minimum requirements to compete in the national competition with her performance in the heptathlon.

In other events around the track today, Cady Schoeck finished third in the 5000-meter race walk for the Blue Raiders placing a time of 34:58.77 earning all-conference third-team honors and six points while Lotte Gertler finished in sixth for three team points with a time of 37:23.49.

In the 100-meter hurdles, Kusic finished fourth with a time of 15.78, bringing home five points for the Blue Raiders while Hawlas finished eighth with a time of 16.99 for a point. In the 400-meter hurdles, Laila Hardin took all-conference first-team honors after a first-place finish with a time of 1:05.81 and 10 points.

Hardin also picked up all-conference third-team honors after taking third in the 400-meter dash with a time of 58.13 and six points. Scott picked up four points for the Blue Raiders in the 200-meter dash with a fifth-place finish while Kusic earned two points for the Blue Raiders with a seventh-place finish.

In the Triple Jump, Walker finished third, jumping for 11.53 meters earning third-team all-conference honors and six points. Right behind Walker in fourth was Tatiana Williams who jumped for 10.96 meters, earning five points. Hawlas tied for third in the High Jump, leaping for 1.59 meters and 5.5 points, earning third-team all-conference honors.

The Blue Raiders return to action in the Billy Hayes Invitational on April 30th.

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