Lady Warriors Split With Athens, Wellsboro; Boys Fall To Both

Lady Warriors Split With Athens, Wellsboro; Boys Fall To Both

By: Chris Manning  |  April 6, 2023

The Canton girls' track and field team got a win over Wellsboro, 75-66, during NTL dual meet action. They lost to defending champs Athens, 99-36.

The boys fell to both teams, Wellsboro (114-34) and Athens (9-36).

For the girls Canton's Daveian Crowley (13.44) and Laci Niemczyk (14.34) went second and third in the 100, while in the 200 Canton's Kendall Kitchen (29.64) and Niemczyk (30.24) second and third.

Camille McRoberts (1:04.94) was second in the 400 with Crowley (1:07.04) was third. McRoberts was also third in the 800 in 2:33.90.

In the 300 hurdles Alexis McRoberts (55.84) was third while their 4x100 (54.14) and 4x400 (4:38.70) both won.

Kitchen (13-feet, 9-inches) was second in the long jump and Natalie Kapichok (26-feet, 11-inches) was third in the triple jump.

Kitchen won the pole vault at 9-feet, while Alexis McRoberts (93-feet, 6-inches) won the discus and Sammy Brackman (85-feet, 5-inches) won the javelin.

On the boys' side Lawrence Halbfoerster (12:59.8) won the 3200, while Joshua Hess (1:02.54) was third in the 400.

The Warriors went 1-2 in the discus with Kyle Kapichok (130-feet, 3-inches) and Anthony Asbury (144-feet, 5-inches).

Wyatt Karpinski (138-feet, 5-inches) was second in the javelin, and Kapichok (133-feet, 5-inches) third.

And Canton swept the shot put as William Colton (39-feet, 9-inches) won. Kapichok (38-feet, 2-inches) was second, and Asbury (36-feet, 11-inches) came in third.