Track and field: Bossier boys, girls finish runner-up in Plain Dealing meet

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Bossier finished runner-up in the boys’ and girls’ divisions in the Plain Dealing Lions Relays last week.

The Bossier boys scored 123 points. Calvary Baptist won with 135. The Bossier girls scored 80 points. Woodlawn won with 154.

Plain Dealing finished third in the girls’ division with 60 points and fourth in the boys’ with 59.

Plain Dealing freshman Teunna Perry turned in an outstanding performance in the girls’ field events. She won the long jump with a leap of 18 feet, 4 inches and the triple jump with a 35-11. Perry also finished second in the high jump with a 4-10.

Perry finished second in the long jump in the Class 1A state meet last season with a 16-11.5.

Bossier’s Bree Webb was a double winner, taking the 100-meter dash in 12.91 and the 200 in 27.73.

Plain Dealing got runner-up finishes from Navia Johnson (shot put) and Hersey Stumon (100 hurdles). Stumon also finished third in the long jump.

Other third-place finishers were Bossier’s Katy James (shot put), Bossier’s Shelby Jeter (100 hurdles), Bossier’s Alashia Davis (300) and Bossier’s Kiana Ruiz (3,200). Bossier finished second in the 4X100 relay and third in the 4X200 and 4X400.

Three Bossier athletes won events in the boys’ division — Aaeron Smallwood (discus, 131-5), Cartavia Clark (long jump, 22-1) and Kelvin Brooks (200, 22.1).

Bossier’s Keyshawn Jones (high jump), Kentrell Hardy (triple jump) and Robert Green (100) were runners-up in their respective events. Hardy also took third in the long jump.

Bossier’s other third-place finishers were Isaiah McKinsey (shot put), Gabe Green (discus), Renard Robinson (high jump) and Juwan Well (400).

Bossier swept the relays, winning the 4X100 in 43.28, the 4X200 in 1:30.19 and the 4X400 in 3:31.0.

Plain Dealing’s Isaac Jacobs finished second in the long jump and third in the 100.

Plain Dealing’s Bijan Mitchell (shot put) and Keldrick Carper (110 hurdles) also finished runner-up in their respective events.

Plain Dealing’s Jarred Harris was third in the javelin.

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com