High school track and field: Benton wins girls title in Cedar Creek meet; Benton boys finish runner-up


Benton won the girls team title in the Cedar Creek Cougar Relays on Thursday in Ruston.

The Lady Tigers scored 185 points. Cedar Creek was a distant second with 83.5.

Benton finished second in the boys division with 150 points. Cedar Creek won with 192.

Benton’s KeKe West and Peyton Reeder were double winners in individual events in the girls division.

West won the triple jump with a leap of 35 feet, 8.5 inches and the long jump with a 15-8.5.

Reeder swept the hurdles, winning the 100 in 16.66 seconds and the 300 in 51.56. Teammate Kendall Parker was second in 300 in 55.32.

Taylor Davis won the high jump with a 5-4 and finished second in the triple jump with a 34-11.5.

Rheagan White won the discus with a toss of 109-7 and finished second in the shot put with a 32-6.5. Hannah Parker finished second in the discus with a 93-0.

Shayla Lee captured the 200 in 27.30 and Qua Chambers took the 400 in 1:05.05.

Brenna Bundy and Georgia Carroway finished 1-2 in the pole vault. Bundy cleared 8-0 and Carroway 7-0.

Benton swept the relays.

Bundy, Chambers, Carroway and Hailey McGhee teamed to win the 4X400 in 4:38.47. Lee, Haley Smith, Carroway and Bundy combined to win the 4X200 in 1:48.75. Lee, Smith, Adriana Howard and West won the 4X100 in 51.60.

Benton’s John Westmoreland and Johntavious Johnson were double winners in individual boys events.

Westmoreland swept the hurdles, winning the 110 in 14.50, almost 1.5 seconds faster than runner-up Cameron Creasy of Cedar Creek, and the 300 in 41.44. Westmoreland’s teammate Hunter Burroughs was second in the 300 in 42.94.

Johnson won the triple jump with a 40-2 and the 400 in 52.60. Cameron Barnett was runner-up in the 400 in 54.81.

Johnson, Burroughs, Michael Schoth and Barnett combined to win the 4X400 relay in 3:42.98. Johnson, Doyle Adams Jr., Schoth and Hunter Matlock teamed to win the 4X200 in 1:33.28.

Conner Toms and Hunter Hartman finished 2-3 in the pole vault. Toms cleared 10-11.75 and Hartman 10-6.

Adams was second in the 200 in 23.47. Sean Loftin finished second in the 800 in 2:09.39.

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com