Another dominating performance from Robinson High School's girls' track team led to another big win for the Lady Maroons Tuesday (April 2).
Robinson won 12 events and cruised to a win in a four-team meet on the RHS track. The Lady Maroons finished the meet with 121 points, while Cumberland was a distant second with 75. Fellow Crawford County squads Palestine-Hutsonville (44) and Oblong (15) rounded out the field.
Three girls were double-winners for RHS, as Reese Stewart won the 100 hurdles with a time of 18.27 and the 300 hurdles with a time of 54.86, Amber Hillard won the 100 in 13.39 and the 400 in 1:04.89 and Ella Florkowski won the long jump (14-7.5) and the triple jump (31-7.5).
Also winning for the Lady Maroons were Edy Treadway in the high jump (4-9), Ivy Mikeworth in the 200 (29.17), Andrea Schalburg in the 1600 (6:20.76), the 400 relay team of Florkowski, Mikeworth, Lauren Weber and Hillard (53.85), the 1600 relay team of Julia Gallion, Mallory Clark, Hillard and Weber (4:52.85) and the 3200 relay team of Schalburg, Stevee Walker, Clark and Gallion (11:37), while finishing second were Mikeworth in the 100 (13.74) and long jump (13-10), Weber in the 400 (1:05.95) and triple jump (29-3), Brynna Hale in the 3200 (15:24.53) and Schalburg in the pole vault (7-6).
For Palestine-Hutsonville, Summer Agan was the lone winner, as she took first in the shot put with a throw of 36-1.5, while Kendra Biggs was second in the shot put (33-4.5) and discus (104-0). Also finishing second for the Lady Pioneers were Kaylee Pettigrew in the 100 hurdles (19.16), the 400 relay team of Paige Matthews, Megan Burton, Allison Dunlap and Macy Biggs (58.53) and the 800 relay team of Macy Biggs, Burton, Kendra Biggs and Matthews (2:00.80).
As for Oblong, Shyanna Chapman was first in the discus (112-2) and fourth in the shot put (27-8), while the 400 relay team of Maycee Decker, Jalyn Collier, Madison Newman and Carman Worcester was third (1:01.03), Newman was fourth in the 400 (1:18.80), Paige Mendenhall was fourth in the triple jump (26-11) and Alyssa Potts was fifth in the triple jump (26-2).