North Clarion Wolves Do Well At Redbank Valley Track And Field Invite

The North Clarion Wolves Track And Field Team did well at the Redbank Valley Invitational on Thursday, May 13th, at Redbank Valley High School.

The Top 3 finishers in each event medaled.


The 3200 relay team of Jonas Wilshire, Dane Sliker, Wyatt Boyden, and Mason Gourley finished 3rd with a time of 8:18.96 while again breaking the school record that they just set on Tuesday besting that time by nearly 12 seconds.

The 1600 relay team of Mason Burford, Dane Sliker, Wyatt Boyden, and Mason Gourley finished 3rd with a time of 3:35.52.  Their time broke the previous school record of 3:37.4 set in 1987 by Brad Siegel, Terry George, Rick Panzar, and Greg Schwabenbauer.

Mason Burford finished 4th in the 100 with a time of 11.51.

Brady Guth finished 4th in the triple jump with a PR distance of 38-5.

In the 1600, Jackson Nicewonger finished 5th with a PR time of 4:53.08 while Jonas Wilshire finished 7th with a time of 4:56.57.

Wyatt Boyden finished 6th in the 400 with a PR time of 52.88.

Michael Swanson finished 6th in the high jump by clearing 5-6.

Mason Gourley finished 7th in the 800 with a district qualifying time of 2:06.9.

In the 3200, Jackson Nicewonger finished 7th with a PR time of 10:35.71 and Josh Turner finished 8th with a PR and district qualifying time of 10:49.79.

Jackson Rudesyle threw a PR in the discus of 117-0 beating his previous best by nearly 12 feet.

Senior Aiden Thomas who competed for the last time in his Wolves’ career had a strong showing in the 110 hurdles finishing 8th in a time of 18.5.

Isaac Lerch finished 9th in the long jump with a distance of 18-10.5.


Brenna Armstrong medaled twice, finishing second in both the shot put (34′-8″) and discus (111′-8″). Gia Babington finished second in the 800 (2:27.75″).

A number of Wolves, didn’t medal, still finished in the Top 10.

Grace Carroll finished fourth in the triple jump (31′-9″), sixth in the high jump (4′-8″) and eighth in the long jump (15′-9.5″). Eliza Datko finished fourth in the 3200 (12:58.74) and fifth in the 1600 (5:50.46), both personal records. Kaitlyn Guth had a fifth place in the 300 hurdles (50.64) and a seventh int the 100 hurdles (17.33).

Addison Siegel was sixth in the shot put (30′-3″), while Sophie Babington finished ninth in the 400 (1:08.9).

The 400 relay (4:27.510 finished fourth.

Others competing included Natalie Durish who was eleventh in the triple jump (29′-3.5″) and fourteenth in the long jump (14′-5″), and Olivia Hannold who was twenty-ninth in the long jump (13′-0.5′).

(Good work, Wolves!!!!)