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High school track and field: Airline wins boys title in North DeSoto meet; Lady Vikings finish runner-up

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Airline won the boys title and finished runner-up in the girls division in the North DeSoto Relays Thursday in Stonewall.

The Vikings scored 174 points, 10 more than North DeSoto. Mansfield was third with 126.

The Lady Vikings scored 136.33 points. North DeSoto dominated with 271.66. Mansfield was third with 79.

Airline had four individual winners in the boys division.

Cameron Jefferson won the 100-meter dash in 11.25 seconds, .17 faster than Mansfield’s Carneil Maxie.

Gabe Laval captured the 800 in 2:10.92. North DeSoto’s Zach Elder was second in 2:13.49.

Jonathan Limones won the 3,200 in 12:17.50.  North DeSoto’s Mason Collins took second in 12:28.41.

Malik Word took the discus with a throw of 138 feet. He also finished second in the shot put with a 43-2. North DeSoto’s Marques Hampton won the shot put with a 44-9.

Jeremiah Boudreaux claimed second in the 110 and 300 hurdles. He ran a 15.96 in the 110 and a 40.42 in the 300. 

Mansfield’s Jaden Youngblood won the 110 in a swift 14.92. Nick Bailey took the 300 in 40.27.

Boudreaux also finished second in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 10 inches, 2 inches lower than North DeSoto’s Javonte Taylor.

The foursome of Jefferson, Donte LaCour, Derrian Milligan and Justin Washington finished second in the 4X100 relay in 44.21. Mansfield won in 42.11.

Jefferson, Bob Patterson, Washington and Boudreaux captured second in the 4X200 relay in 1:31.02. Mansfield won in 1:28.56.

Laval, Lincoln Gines, Limones and Brendon Brooks took second in the 4X800 relay in 10:36.66. North DeSoto won in 10:02.09.

Tyson Burns and Garrett Garson both cleared 9-6 in the pole vault. Burns took second place on fewer misses. North DeSoto’s Logan Ferguson won with a 10-6.

Arianna Hill was Airline’s lone winner in the girls division. She and teammate Janiyah Boudreaux both cleared 4-10 in the high jump, and Hill placed first on fewer misses.

Boudreaux had a big day. She also finished second in the 100 hurdles in 17.56 and the long jump with a 15-7.

North DeSoto’s Jocelyn Seekford won the 100 hurdles in 17.08. Her teammate Ly’Tykeunna Sicks took the long jump with a 16-5.

Kyla Daux finished second in the 1,600 in 6:17.54 and the 300 hurdles in 53.84. Both races were close. Mansfield’s Patience Edwards won in 6:16.51. Seekford took the 300 hurdles in 53.18.

Olivia Gines was second in the 3,200 in 14:36.23, 3.54 behind North DeSoto’s Skylar Garza.

Jessie Frank and North DeSoto’s Molly Wiley both cleared 8-0 in the pole vault. Wiley was the winner on fewer misses.

The foursome of Endia Pradier, Wallace, Brianna Taylor and Bianca Pantaze finished second in the 4X100 relay in 51.47. Mansfield won in 49.34.

Wallace, Zamiyah Kitchen, Boudreaux and Taylor captured second in the 4X200 in 1:49.18. Mansfield won in 1:45.78.

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