AUSTIN, Texas — Members of the Danville High School track team competed against some of the best in Texas at the 87th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays this weekend at the University of Texas.
Johnny Leverenz was 20th in the 1,600-meter run on Friday with a time of 4:24.80 while Emone Davis was 34th in the 100 dash (12.56 seconds).
The 800 relay team of Desiree Issac, Aarona Graham, Ambrosia Williams and Davis was 38th (1:43.77) while the 1,600 relay team of Williams, Davis, Imani Hall and Issac was 54th (4:08.80).
Local teams compete in Kickoff Classic
DANVILLE — Danville, Bismarck-Henning and Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman got together for the Vermilion County Kickoff Classic at Danville High School.
In the boys meet, Tyson Reed won the 55 dash (7.11) and the 50 hurdles (9.82) for the Buffaloes, who won the team title, while Blake Reifsteck took the 200 (25.59) and long jump (18 feet, 2 inches) for the Blue Devils.
Brandon Yates wont the 400 (1:00.55) for Danville while Dakota Gash won the 600 (1:32.94) and Christian Rogger won the 55 hurdles (8.94). The Vikings also won the 1,600 relay (4:03.98).
Wyatt Avenatti won the 800 (2:21.18) for GRFC while Lane Avenatti won the 1,600 (5:22.22), Benjamin Brinkley won the 3,200 (11:34) and Tyler Owen win the high jump (6-3). GRFC also won the 640 (1:22.64) and 3,200 (9:47.84) relays.
Braedon Lappin-Pratt won the shot put (45-6) for Bismarck-Henning.
In the girls meet, Bismarck-Henning won the team title as Mary Bass won the 55 (7.76) and 200 (29.31) dashes for Bismarck-Henning while Lucy Nixon won the 3,200 (14:38.31), Alyssa Bell won the high jump (4-5) and Jessica Hall took the shot put (35-7).
Shannon Brown won the 50 (9.63) and 55 (9.82) hurdles for Danville while Caylin Smith took the 800 (2:44.63) and Dezerai Huckelberry won the 1,600 (6:07.70). The Vikings also won the 640 (1:36.81), 1,600 (4:59.97) and 3,200 (11:32.46) relays.
Jordyn Lunger won the long jump (14-6 1/2) and triple jump (29-7) for GRFC while Aubree Brookshire won the 400 (1:10.84) and Courtney Cox took the 600 (2:03.32)
Watseka 12, Bismarck-Henning 7
BISMARCK — The Blue Devils started with seven runs in the bottom of the first, but seven errors gave the Warriors enough chances to rally for the win.