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Boys Varsity Track, Girls Varsity Track · CHS track teams finish second


Campbellsville High School track teams competed on Wednesday, April 20, and finished the meet in second place.

The girls’ team competed against Washington and Taylor counties, and finished second.

Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Taliyah Hazelwood finished first in the 100- and 200-meter dashes.

CMS eighth-grader Isis Coleman finished fourth in the 100 and fifth in the 200.

Deja Charles, a CMS seventh-grader, finished fourth in the 400-meter race.

CHS freshman Christa Riggs was first in the 800-meter race.

And Kaylyn Smith, a CMS sixth-grader, finished second in the 800.

The boys’ team competed against Green, Washington and Taylor counties, and also finished in second place.

CHS freshman Dakota Reardon was third in the 100-meter race.

Matthew Oliver, a CMS eighth-grader, was fifth in the 100 and second in long jump.

CHS freshman Skyler Burchett was third in the 400. Joe Pipes, also a freshman, was fourth.

Jake Despain, a CHS senior, finished fourth in the 1600-meter race.

CHS junior Austyn Thornton was first in long jump and triple jump.

Tristan Johnson, a CHS freshman, was fourth in shot put.

And CHS junior Logan Brown was second in discus and fifth in shot put.

Katie Wilkerson and Steve Doss coach the CHS track teams.

The teams will compete again on Friday, May 6, in Green County.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 1

CMS eighth-grader Taliyah Hazelwood wins the 200-meter race.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 2

CMS eighth-grader Taliyah Hazelwood wins the 200-meter race.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 3

CMS seventh-grader Jake Dicken runs.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 4

CMS seventh-grader Reggie Thomas runs.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 5

CHS freshman Ian McAninch runs long distance.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 6

CHS freshman Ian McAninch runs long distance.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 7

CMS eighth-grader Matthew Oliver runs a relay race.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 8

CHS freshman Christian Berry runs.

 

CHS Track Meet 4-20 9

CHS freshman Joe Pipes runs a relay.