North Clarion Track And Field Splits With Karns City

The homestanding North Clarion Wolves Track and Field Team came away with a split with the Karns City Gremlins in their final KSAC meet of the season, Tuesday (May 10th). The Girls contest ended in a 75-75 tie, but the Wolves were awarded the win for having more first place finishes. Karns City downed North Clarion 122.5-27.5 in the Boys match-up.

The Wolves are set to compete in the Redbank Valley Invitational on Thursday (May 12th).

Girls: North Clarion 75 – Karns City 75 (North Clarion wins on tie-breaker.)

Bella Scott, Gia Babington and Sophie Babington were each triple-winners. Scott won the 1600 (16:07.1), Gia Babington was victorious in the 400 (1:03.2) and Sophie Babington came out on top in the 800 (2:36.3). The trio were also members of two winning relays. They joined with Brynn Siegel to capture the 3200 relay (11:16) and partnered with Kaitlyn Guth to win the 1600 relay (4:40.5).

Siegel was a double-winner as she also captured the 3200 (13:23).

Evelyn Lerch was also a double-winner, winning both the 100 (13.0) and the 200 (27.6).

Emily Best won the 300 hurdles (51.3) and Rebekah Ketner took the shot put (32-2).

North Clarion Girls’ Coach Doug Jackson shared, “The North Clarion girls won their final conference meet by the narrowest of margins. After all events were finished, North Clarion and Karns City were locked in a 75-75 tie. However North Clarion won the tie-breaker because the team earned ten first-place finishes to Karns City’s eight.

“We held back on some girls competing in four events because we wanted them to be at their best for the Redbank Invite this Thursday. However, the girls pulled through with the win.

“We may have missed earning a league championship by one point, but I am more than proud of their efforts and camaraderie. I can’t wait to see what they do at the Redbank Invite and districts.”

Boys: Karns City 122.5 – North Clarion 27.5

The Wolves had three first place finishes.

Allen Johnston captured the 100 (11:3). Dawson Hotchkiss won the 200 (23.2) and Kaine McFarland was victorious in the 3200 (11:05.4).

(Have a great Redbank Valley Invitational, Wolves!!!!)