Crowley, Notre Dame shine at Rayne High Wolf Relays
RAYNE – With three weeks to go before their respective district meets, Crowley High and Notre Dame both got in some quality performances Friday at the Rayne High Wolf Relays.
On the boys’ side, Crowley scored 80.5 points and finished fourth in the eight-team field while Notre Dame was sixth with 40.5 points.
Erath won the meet with 118 points, Jennings was second (103.5) and Delcambre was third (88.5). Host Rayne finished seventh with 34 points.
Crowley, led once again by Rontrevius Foreman, logged four first-place finishes on the day.
Foreman continued his dominance in the distance events by winning the 800-meter run (2:09.94) and the 1600 (4:57.04).
The Gents’ 4x200-meter relay team of Kirk Poullard, Taylor Doughty, Kaleb Cormier and Chanz Moore was also victorious with a season-best time of 1:32.12.
Cormier added a first-place showing in the triple jump with a mark of 42-0.
Crowley’s 4x400-meter relay team added to the point total with a second-place finish (3:33.36) while Doughty was third in the 400-meter run (52.40).
Notre Dame was led by Hunter Stelly. The sophomore claimed top honors in the field with a winning heave of 45-10 in the shot put a first-place throw of 180-8 in the javelin.
Blake Miller won the 100-meter dash (11.33) and Joe Schmid was second in the triple jump (40-9.5).
Jalen Williams scored 14 points for Rayne with a second-place finish in the 200-meter dash (23.30) and a third-place showing in the 100 (11.62). Van Myles placed third in the long jump (21-3).
On the girls’ side, Abbeville walked away with the team title with 174 points. Teurlings was second (72) and Erath was third (68).
Notre Dame followed in fourth place with 61 points followed by Crowley (57) and Rayne (51).
Notre Dame’s Aline Gossen placed first in the 3200-meter run (12:20.80) and she was third in the 1600 (6:11.07). Peyton Miller added a second-place finish in the javelin (103-1) while Taylor Gray was third in the 800 (2:41.71) and Elizabeth Ledet was third in the 3200 (13:44.51).
Crowley got the bulk of its points from Mercedes Rogers. The junior standout logged second-place finishes in the long jump (16-9), triple jump (34-7) and the 300 hurdles (49.80) while also placing fourth in the high jump (5-2).
Emily Boullion had Crowley’s lone victory with a winning throw of 89-0 in the discus.
Rayne’s Nia Taylor Mech won the 400-meter run (1:03.63) and the triple jump (35-7 1/2) and was third in the long jump (16-4). Taylor Arceneaux added to the Lady Wolves’ point total with a third place finish in the discus (85-5).