Warren's Morgan Alexander. File photo by Mark Evans.

Lady Dragons Triumph, Warren Boys Edge Ike at County Meet

April 26, 2024

SHEFFIELD – Warren won both the girls and boys team titles at the Warren County Track Meet on Thursday, with the girls winning 11 of 17 events.

Complete results

Warren finished with 137.5 team points in the girls’ race, followed by Eisenhower (63.5), Sheffield (31) and Youngsville (26).

For the boys, Warren edged Eisenhower, 77-74.

For Warren’s girls, Adison Cullers won both the 100 and 300 hurdles; Lindsay Madigan and Madelyn Nosel finished 1-2 in the 100-meter dash; Morgan Alexander won the 1,600 and 3,200; Lilly Newton won the 400 and high jump (with Newton, Sheffield’s Emily Foster, and Youngsville’s Riley Robinault all reaching 5-foot-1); Zoe Rodgers, Aurora Feaster and Kylie Fehlman finished 1-2-3 in the shot put, and Fehlman and Madigan finished 1-2 in the javelin; and Warren won two relays. Alexander, Brynn Norris and Riley Evan were 1-2-3 in the 1,600, and Alexander, Emma Peterson and Evan were 1-2-3 in the 3,200.

“Our girls showed up today and really competed hard. We had some new district qualifiers which is always great to see,” said Warren coach Kevin Dustin. “Our boys team was really challenged by a strong Eisenhower team in which the scoring came down to the wire. They have a really strong group there. A big congrats to all the kids who competed as it was nice to see a conjoined effort to get everyone to improve. We have a lot of good kids in this county and remembering that it’s about them and coming together is what it’s all about. The kids do a great job of showing us that.”

For Youngsville, Robinault won the 200, outsprinting Eisenhower’s Rosalie Rondeau and Rondeau the triple jump.

Ike’s Emily Grosch won the 800, and she teamed with Lexi Scholar, Lainey Font, and Laney Belcher to win the 4×400 relay.

Sheffield’s Emma Roell won the discus.

“It was a beautiful day for the County Meet and lots of the elite competition pushed our kids to their personal bests,” Sheffield coach Jason Snell said. “We got two district qualifiers today and a bunch more so close! All and all it was a productive day for our program.”

In the Warren boys’ 77-74 team win over Eisenhower, Warren’s Sam Lindell and Quinn Norris finished 1-2 in the 1600, and Lindell won the 3200. Norris was second in the 800 to Eisenhower’s Joe Mistretta.

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