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Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 23, 2001 1C !/ boys and girls each secure first place nd field team School won at the' champi- earning both varsity s took 1142 points, wip- COmpetition. a distant sec- 60 points. 10 three silver medals. team also but faced good Herlong. Lt gold medals, and one the Volcanoes besting Were led by who cap- and one sil- Won the 100- dash, and long jump, Wade. Winning the de earned sil- iUmp and the secured a in the discus took golds in and in the Travis Myers and placed 100- and 300- a gold run and came 1600-meter took second Kristy event she golds in 100-meter hurdles, Captstrand himself In clash. Travle clears the 100- es. Chester ether River k ehampi. and the high jump. in the 3200-meter run and fin- Jami Shapiro was also stel- ished third in the 300-meter lar, capturing three golds and hurdles. Kemp earned a one silver for Chester. Shapiro bronze in the 400-meter dash. won the 100-meter dash, the Erica Sherod won the discus 200-meter dash and the 4x100 throw and took third in the relay, and placed second in the shot put. Erica Villarreal long jump. placed second in the shot put, Sandy Bohannan and Jamie third in the discus throw, and Kemp were also on the win- third in the 100-meter hurdles. ning 4x100 relay team. In addi- Karen Kossow earned a bronze tion, Bohannan placed second in the 800-meter run. F~W~ photo Bath Alvarez flies through the lO0-meter hurdles on her way to another Quincy gold. The girls track team raced past 15 other teams to win the division title May 18, $4Mmmm Morrow their way to the title. Personal utes, 27.2 seconds. Both of SCx~sEditor records were set and schoolthese are school records. Sometimes one person can records fell, as Patton andPatton took first place in the make a difference. Last Friday, Alvarez combined for five long jump, and was also on that one person was Mariah golds, two silvers and a Quincy's winning 4xl00-relay Holder, who made up more bronze, team. than 20 yards in the f'mal leg of "It was a pretty sweet day," Alvarez won the 100-meter the 4x400 relay, taking third said coach Chad Hyink. hurdles, took second in the place in the last event of the "Everybody did well in their 300-meter hurdles, and placed day. This gave Quincy the two events. I was really proud of third in the triple jump. She critical points needed to win the girls." also earned a gold on the 4xl00- the division championship. With only seven girls, relay team. "It came down to the final Quincy edged Durham by two Smith and Cokor also race of the day," said coach points, taking first place out of earned golds on the 4xl00-relay Chad Hyink. "Mariah showed 16 teams in the division. At the team. In addition, Smith took a alot of heart." league championships just asilver in the 100-meter dash Corbie Smith, Nicole Cokor week earlier, Quincy had toand took a bronze in the 200, and MicheUe Rich also ran in settle for second place behind meter dash. the 4x400 relay. A lot hinged Durham, so beating them forAt the league champi- on that last race, but it was the division title was especial- onships a week earlier, just a small part of Quincy's ly sweet. Quincy's girls won seven of success. Patton ran the 400-meter the 15 events they competed in Emily Patton and Beth dash In 60 seconds fiat and ran Alvarez carried the Trojans on the 800-meter dash in two rain- See PlgO Nicole Coker and Emily patton a perfect exchange of Ute baton in turn three of the 4xlOO-mater rehry. Several of Quincy's girls have advmmNI to copate at the state qualifier this Friday. Hole Of The Week Number 4 "Faith" Sundin;; ~ on du: te~ o['F~th', iuokinS down lmo cbc Dralion's pbr/wuund, th~ ~ and Scenic Fesdser ~ win~ ~ linuOu~. The flyer clnyon looks u it the Drlk~ his Cut tt! d~ csnyo~ over cemm'tet. A Hem must have faith 8nd trust in his judllmem when chooatnll whlch club to use for th~ par 4, 316 Yard hok- A hook is ~ to end up u the Dralion's prize down in the ~ and a slice wLU ct'tl~ pm you In ~ m the woods. Only with weU placed tcc c~a you reach the Srccn in o~. Over shoo(iq the llr~n holds yet another urpfl~, hlCkJ~ bunker m~d ~ep ravine. Only the pure of hearz will ma~er'Faith'. 1-877-372-4661 I ........ I I I IIIIIIII