Photo by Josie Bowen - Alfonso Carpenter throws his 118 foot discus, earning him a spot at first place.
Led by a pair of first place finishes from Courtney Moore, the Toledo Indian girls track team placed first in their opening meet at South Bend. There were six schools present: Toledo, South Bend, Tacoma Baptist, Rainier, Life Christian Academy, and North River.
In track events, Courtney Moore placed first in the 100 meter with a time of 13.91 seconds and first in the 200 meter with a time of 29.08 seconds. Her teammate Ally Bacon placed third in these events with times of 14.50 and 30.61. In the 400 meter, Abigail Rowe finished second with a time of 1:13, one second and a half behind the first place finisher from Tacoma Baptist. Davina Ramon placed second in the 100 M hurdles and 300 M hurdles timing at 21.10 seconds and 57.30 seconds.
In field events, Josie Bowen placed second with a distance of 29-11 M. Bowen also placed third in the discus throw with a distance of 82-01. Ally Bacon placed first in the javelin throw with a distance of 113-02 while fellow sophomore Alyssa Ewers threw a distance of 86-07. The girls finished with a total score of 153.
On the boys' side, Trace Bybee of Toledo tied for second in the 100 M with a time of 12.20 seconds and was third in the 200 M with a time of 25.50, 0.1 seconds behind the runner-up. Jared Pohll finished first in the 1600 M with a time of 5:12 and ran the 3200 in 11:48. In the 110 M hurdles, Jesse House finished second timing 22.60 and Issac Merly placed third with a time of 23.22.
In the field events, Alfonso Carpenter threw the shot for a distance of 39-02 placing second and Joe Wilburn threw for a distance of 38-01. Carpenter placed first in discus throw throwing for 118-01 and Joe Wilburn placed third in the event throwing 112-00. Joe Wallace was first in the high jump with a height of 5-08.
Toledo boys finished with a score of 120, finish behind Rainier who had a score of 184.