SIBLEY —Great weather and a large enthusiastic crowd proved to be the right recipe for some outstanding performances at the Richland Bank Warrior Memorial Relays on Friday Night.
Thirteen teams competed in the girls and boy's divisions.
Calvary won the girls championship with Ouachita Christian finishing second and Ruston was thirrd. The Lakeside Lady Warriors finished sixth with 47 points.
Lakeside claimed the boy's title scoring 114 points to runner-up Calvary's 98 and third place Ouachita Christian with 75 points.
Michael Stephens had another solid day in the field as he won the discus at 143'6" and took second in the shot with a personal best throw of 49'0". Jecorey Lathan was second in the discus at 134''3".
T.J. Carpenter placed second in the high jump at 6'2" and was third in the javelin with 154'4" toss. Chris Kennon was fifth in the triple jump at 39'9". Brandon Elliot tied his personal best of 9'6" for fifth place in the pole vault.
In the running events Chris Lewis and Enrique Soto remained undefeated. Lewis swept the 100 and 200 with times of 10.81 and 21.96. Soto won the 1600 at 4:32.23 and the 3200 with a season best 9:49.48.
Zach Levesque ran a personal-best 10:06.73 to finish second in the 3200. James Taylor ran 4:50.73 for fourth place in the 1600. Soto, Levesque, Taylor, and Demecius Grigsby ran a 8:40.45 on the 4 X 800 Relay which finished second in Ruston. This time broke the school record by six seconds. 800 Relay splits were Soto (2:00.0), Levesque (2:07), Taylor (2:21), and Grigsby (2:12).
Cody Poe running his first hurdle competition of the season finished third in the 110 meter hurdles at 16.29. Poe, Lewis, Soto, and Marice Moore ran on the third place 4 X 400 Relay with a season best time of 3:33.54.
In the ladies field events Shanae Collins and Jasmine Turner were Lakeside's only two scorers. Collins finished second in the long jump with a leap of 16'1". Turner had a personal best throw of 106'4" for second in the discus and threw 31'0" for 6th in the shot.
On the track Anna Davidson ran a personal best, school record of 12:20.00 in the 3200 for a first place finish.
Last week Davidson set the school record in the 1600 at 5:46. Davidson also joined Alissa Landers, Heather Schenk, and Katelynn Collier on the third place 4 X 800 Relay which clocked a 11:19.10. Earlier Landers finished 2nd in the 1600 at 5:51.63. Shanae Collins added six points finishing third in the 100 at 13.25.
Next action for Lakeside will be at the Ringgold Redskin Relays on Friday, March 30th. Chris Lewis qualified for the Texas Relays in Austin, Texas. He will be running the 100 on Saturday, March 31.