Track and field results
Berkeley Springs Boys Track and Field Team finished fifth in a five-team field on Tuesday, April 3, in Keyser.
Keyser and Preston County tied for first with 88 points, Fort Hill finished third with 86 points, followed by Tucker County 50 and Berkeley Springs 40.
The boys had no winners, but did have several second place finishes. Both the 4x100 (Andrew Truax, Patrick Peck, TJ Patrick, Dylan Reynolds) and 4x200 (Truax, Peck, Steven Wolfe, Reynolds) meter relay teams placed second, as did Billy Smith in the discus and Corey Shetler in the 3200 meter run. Reynolds was third in the 400, Smith was third in the shot put, and Michael Twigg finished third in the high jump. Tyler Ryan was fourth in the long jump and Wolfe took fifth in the 400.
The results of the girls meet were unavailable at press time, but, the Lady Indians brought home three gold medals. Harlie Stotler won both the shot put and discus and Sarah Haynes won the long jump. Haynes also placed second in the high jump, while Jordan Bennett took silver in the long jump and Casey Solomon bronze in the high jump.
"I thought we improved in a lot of areas," Berkeley Springs Coach Dave Mundey said of the meet. “Most of the relay teams showed marked improvement and we are starting to get an idea of where everyone fits. I think having this week off will help us continue to build on what we have and improve in some areas; it should be good for us."
Berkeley Springs is off until April 17 when they host a triangular meet beginning at 4 p.m.