BSHS Track continues to improve at Keyser meet

Tribe runner Jazmine Briscoe waits for the hand-off during a relay event at Keyser High School last Tuesday, March 29.
photo by Lydia Fincham

The Berkeley Springs High School Track and Field Teams hit the road for a meet at Keyser High School on Tuesday, March 29. The meet contained 10 boy’ s teams and nine girl’ s teams and gave the Indians a chance to get an early glimpse of the areas to continue to improve.

The Lady Indians finished in fifth place with 45 points. Preston High School (165), Hampshire (105), Moorefield (71) and Keyser (62) rounded out the top four teams.

Eva Jacobsen was the only individual winner for the Lady Indians. Jacobsen took the high jump win with a height of 4’6”. Sara Veara (discus, second place, 99’1”), Stephanie Briscoe (discus, third place, 97’1”) and Jillian Fortney (long jump, fifth place, 10’11”) led the way in

the field events. In the run- ning events the Lady Indians were led by L ydia Fincham (400 meters, third place, 1:06) and Addison Carpenter (200 meters, sixth place 31.9). The 4×100 meter relay team (Jazmine Briscoe, Stephanie Briscoe, Tenacious Ray and Melissa Seabright) finished in third place with a time of 56.4. The 4×200 meter relay team (Jazmine Briscoe, Fortney, Ray and Seabright) finished in third place with a time of 2:02.

On the boy’s side the Indi- ans finished in sixth place with 41 points. Keyser (184.50), Southern Garrett, MD (95), Moorefield (63.5), Preston High (54), and Hampshire (42) rounded out the top five teams.

The Indians had two first place finishers. Gabe Mc- Donald (400 meters, 54.2) and Jackson Mundey (800 meters, 2:05). Mundey was also second in the 400 meters with a time of 55.02. Deven Stone (1600 meters, fifth place, 5:17),and Dakota Hamrick (high jump, fourth place, 5’2”) along with the 4×800 meter relay team of Aiden Carpenter, Willie Nut- ter, Deven Stone and Will Gageby finished in third place with a time of 9:29.