Trojans tops Warriors in track and field

Trojans tops Warriors in track and field

By: Chris Manning | NTL Sports | April 10, 2021

Canton boys and girls track and field fell to Troy. The boys lost 82-64 and the girls fell 92-51.

For the girls Canton won the 4x100 relay (1:00.7) and the 4x400 relay (4:58.6).

Laci Niemczyk (14.1) and Megan Eagleberger (14.3) were second and third in the 100, with Niemczyk (29.6) second in the 200.

Niemczyk (1:09.4) won the 400 as Natalie Kapichok (1:15.5) came in third.

Camille McRoberts (2:41.5) won the 800 as Kali Wesneski (3:01.6) was third. McRoberts (6:08.8) also won the 1600.

Reagan Kelley (30-feet, 9-inches) won the shot put with teammate Brittany Mosher (61-feet, 11-inches) third in the discus.

Lauren Gleckner (72-feet, 4-inches) won the javelin with Kelley (58-feet, 6-inches) third.

Kaydee Larcom (24-feet, 9-inches) was second in the triple jump with Kapichok (22-feet, 1-inch) third. Kapichok (10-feet, 1-inch) was third in the long jump.

For the boys their 4x400 relay won in 4:22.7.

Connor Foust (11.8) won the 100 as Ben Knapp (12.8) was third. Foust (25.0) was second in the 200.

Isaiah Niemczyk (57.2) and Hunter Ostrander (57.5) were second and third in the 400, with Ostrander (2:46.4) third in the 800.

Dylan Smith (6:24.8) was third in the 1600 as Hunter Huffman (16:51.5) was third in the 320. Smith (1:04.8) was third in the 300 hurdles.

Canton swept the discus with Caiden Williams (113-feet, 7-inches), Derek Atherton-Ely (92-feet, 8-inches) and Curtis Lammy (91-feet).

They also swept the shot put with Williams (39-feet, 2 3/4-inches), Atherton-Ely (39-feet) and William Colton (36-feet).

Niemczyk (17-feet, 11-inches) was second in the long jump as Foust (17-feet, 7-inches) took third. Williams (38-feet, 9 1/2-inches) won the triple jump with Niemczyk (35-feet, 8 1/4-inches) third.

Williams won the high jump at 5-feet, 6-inches.

In the javelin Atherton-Ely (133-feet, 9-inches) led a Canton sweep, followed by Lammy (99-feet, 2-inches) and Anthony Asbury (84-feet).