The Out-of-Door Academy, Cardinal Mooney, Sarasota Christian and St. Stephen’s boys and girls track teams opened their respective seasons during the ODA Quad Meet Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Cardinal Mooney scored 237 points to win the boys meet. St. Stephen’s scored 133.50, followed by ODA (127.50) and Sarasota Christian (16).
On the girls side, ODA won the team title with 257.50 points, followed by St. Stephen’s (137.50), Cardinal Mooney (80) and Sarasota Christian (33).
FIRST PLACE FINISHERS
Reanna Gregory (high jump, triple jump and long jump)
Catherine Williams (300 hurdles)
Simone Ford-hars (shot put)
Jansen Humphrey (discus)
Zoe Genkin (pole vault)
Peter Runge (800)
Tre Gregory (pole vault)
Chris Poole (long jump)
Anthony Squitieri (triple jump)
Boys 4x100 relay
Girls 4x800 relay
Demardre Patterson (100, high jump)
Cal Davidson Turner (3200)
Ryder D’Amato (discus)
Grace Casagrade (400 and 3200)
Herman Israelson (200 and 400)
Henry Howell (1600)
Spencer Nora (300 hurdles)
Jeremy Jackman (shot put)
Boys and Girls 4x400 relays
Boys 4x800 relay
Janae Murrell (100)
Paige Lindsay (200)
Lauren Csubak (800)
Caroline Kelly (1600)
Girls 4x100 relay
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