Foreman leads Gents to Bobcat Relays title
EUNICE – Rontravious Foreman scored 28 points in three events Friday to help propel Crowley High to the team title in the Eunice Bobcat Relays.
The Gents scored 81 points to edge Class 4A Beau Chene, which finished in second place with 77 points. Rayne followed with 70.5. Notre Dame was fifth with 58 points.
Foreman scored a first-place finish in the 800-meter run (2:09.75) and also in the 1600 (4:56.12). In addition, he placed second in the 300-meter hurdles (43.18) en route to being named the Outstanding Track Performer.
Crowley’s 4x400-relay team of Jesse Harmon, Kirk Poullard, Kaleb Cormier and Taylor Doughty also placed first with a time of 3:42.15.
Poullard, Doughty and Cormier teamed with Chanz Moore in the 4x200-meter relay and placed second in a time of 1:33.41.
Poullard also claimed runnerup honors in the 400-meter dash (53.16).
Andre Mills and Tyler Credeur each placed third in their respective events. Mills had a leap of 19-10 in the long jump and Credeur ran a 16.88 in the 100-hurdles.
Credeur also finished fourth in the 300-hurdles (45.43).
Also placing fourth for the Gents were Cormier in the long jump (19-9), Doughty in the 100 (11.06) and Mackay Mouton in the pole vault (9-6).
Notre Dame’s Blake Miller and Hunter Stelly accounted more than half of the Pios’ point total.
Miller won the 100-meter dash in a season-best time of 10.59 and took top honors in the 200 (22.75). Stelly won the javelin (175-1) and was third in the shot put (45-4).
Joe Schmid was also a winner, claiming top honors in the triple jump (41-3 1/2) while Tre Milstead was third in the high jump (5-8). Nick Benoit claimed a fourth- place finish in the 400 (54.28).
Rayne’s claimed one first place finish: Lucas Daigle won the pole vault with a leap of 13-4.
Teurlings won the meet in the girls’ portion of the meet with 78 points. Port Barre was second (62) followed by Ville Platte (59), Notre Dame (56), Crowley (47) and Rayne (49).
Notre Dame’s Peyton Miller won the javelin (100-4) and Laura Stephens was second (97-2).
On the track, Taylor Gray won the 800-meter run (2:44.8) and Kali Zaunbrecher placed first in the 110-hurdles (16.69). Aline Gossen added to the point total with second place showings in the 1600 (6:11.4) and the 3200 (13:57.19).
Mercedes Rogers did most of the scoring for the CHS Ladies. The junior standout won the triple jump (35-5), and the 300-hurdles (51.5) and placed third in the long jump (15-7).
Kara Wilridge added a third place finish in the triple jump (33-1) and Isis Broussard was third in the 200 (27.15).