Crowley, Notre Dame have strong showings at Crawfish Relays
BREAUX BRIDGE – Despite participating with a limited number of athletes, both Crowley High and Notre Dame were able to put forth an impressive performance Thursday in the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Relays.
On the boys’ side, the Gents placed fourth with 59 points and the Pios were sixth with 48.
Cecilia won the boys’ division with 99.5 points and Teurlings was second (98).
Crowley, missing numerous field participants in the early events due to a baseball game, scored most of their points on the oval. The top performer for the Gents was Rontravious Foreman, who took second in both the 800-meter run (2:04.92) and the 300 hurdles (42.28).
Taylor Doughty and Kirk Poullard also placed third in their respective events. Doughty ran a 23.31 in the 200 and Poullard clocked a 53.16 in the 400.
Tyler Credeur was fourth in the 110-meter hurdles as was Brody Deshotel in the 200. The Gents’ 4x400-meter relay team also placed fourth.
Thomas Cavell was fourth in the javelin.
Notre Dame was led in the field by Hunter Stelly, who won the javelin (184-5 1/2) and placed fourth in the shot put (43-1).
Blake Miller added to the Pios’ point total with a first-place finish in the 100-meter dash (11.02)
Breaux Bridge star and LSU signee Kavahra Holmes stole the show by winning the 200 (22.31) and the 400 (48.08) en route to being named the Outstanding Track Performer. He also ran a leg on the winning 4x200 relay (1:29.88)
The Outstanding Field Performer was a tie between Breaux Bridge ’s Travin Durral and Cecilia’s Jeremi Doucette.
On the girls’ side, Crowley finished sixth with 42 points and Notre Dame was eighth with 37.
Crowley was led by Outstanding Field Performer Mercedes Rogers, who won the triple jump (34-10) and placed second in the long jump (17-3). She also finished sixth in the 100-meter hurdles.
Isis Broussard was second in the 200 (27.43) and the third in the 100 (13.48) while Teara Breaux placed second in the 300 hurdles (53.13) and the 100 hurdles. Kera Wilridge added a third place showing in the triple jump (33-3) and Jasmine Chapman was fourth in the 300 hurdles.
The Lady Pios were paced by Aline Gossen’s win in the 1600-meter run (6:17.90) and a runnerup finish in the 3200 (13:36.39). Taylor Gray was second in the 800 (2:40.14).
Peyton Miller and Laura Stevens tied for third in the javelin with identical throws of 89-6.
Elizabeth Ledet and Victoria Dupre also logged third place finishes in their respective events. Ledet clocked a 6:26.06 in the 1600-meter run and Dupre had a leap of 4-4 in the high jump.
The Outstanding Track Performer was Kelsea Noel of Cecilia.