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South Granville, Granville Central compete in track and field

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CREEDMOOR The South Granville and Granville Central track and field teams recently competed in a dual event.

The South Granville girls team outpaced the Granville Central girls by a 73-58 margin. The Granville Central boys team nearly doubled the score on South Granville with a 90-46 victory.

The meet was comprised of 17 events for both the boys and girls teams. The Lady Vikings excelled in the sprints, distances and the field events, while the Lady Panthers received top honors for the hurdles.

Tamia Sidney won the 100- and 200-meter dash for Granville Central. Zoe Fields finished second for South Granville in the 100 meters and Jasmine Shar crossed the line in second place for the lady Vikings in the 200-meter dash.

Kyrie Coverson finished first in the 400-meter dash with a 1:05.4 time for the Lady Vikings. Aniya Williams finished with a 1:09.1 in second place for Granville Central.

Destiny Vanegas Perez claimed the 800-meter run and the 1600-meter run for the Lady Panthers. Melissa Ferguson finished second in both events for South Granville.

Ferguson and Alexis Sebastian finished the 3200-meter run in first and second respectively for South Granville.

Charnazsha Marshall topped the 100- and 300-meter hurdles. Jada Green and Natalee Walters finished in second and third in both events respectively.

Amiyah Chavis threw the discus 56 feet, 5 inches to claim the top stop in the event. Alena Oliver finished second with a 46-05 mark.

Oliver claimed the shot put title for South Granville with Jade Blacknall finishing in second place.

Aubrie Bryan dominated the long jump, triple jump and the high jump. Jada Green finished in second place in the long jump for Granville Central. Angel Windon came in second in the triple jump for the Lady Vikings.

Granville Central won the 4x200 relay with a 2:02.5 mark. South Granville posted a time of 2:02.2 in the event.

On the boys side of the ledger, Dominic Deloatch and Rashad Logan finished in first and second place in the 100-meter dash.

Deloatch won the 200-meter dash with Zach Hart finishing in second place for Granville Central.

Sean Peterson topped the 400-meter dash for South Granville and Jueron Wilson finished in second for the Vikings.

Jordan Savoy scored a big win for Granville Central in the 800-meter dash with a time of 2:10.0. Jeremias Rush finished in second for the Panthers with at 2:17.0.

Granville Central took the first eight places in the 1600-meter run. Christian Mendoza won the event with a 5:06.0 time.

Mario Mendez and Giovanni Rosas finished the 3200-meter run, with Mendez getting the win.

Hunter Abbott and Omarian Harris claimed the top two positions for Granville Central in the 110-meter hurdles.

Abbott took home the win in the 300-meter hurdles with Jayden Jordan finishing in second place.

James Edmonds led Granville Central in the discus. Demonds had a 90-08 mark in the win. Nicholas Tessari finished in second with a 86-02 mark.

Tyhagee Allen out-distanced his opponents in the shot put. Allen threw the 12-pound ball 41-11.00 feet. Michael Weiss finished in second for the Vikings with a 35-09.00 mark.

Kobi Jones won the long jump and the high jump for Granville Central. Austin Williams finished in second place for South Granville in the long jump and Hunter Abbott finished in second in the high jump.

Tyler Coley claimed the victory for Granville Central in the triple jump. Victor McAllister finished in second place for the Panthers.

The boys wrapped up the win with a 4x200-meter showdown with Granville Central taking the win with identical times of 1:53.3.