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Manteo boys win 1A conference track championship

Manteo High School boys won the Albemarle Athletic Conference track and field team championship Tuesday, defeating teams from Camden County, Gates County, Perquimans County, Washington County and John A. Holmes in Edenton.

First place finishes by J’Veon Tate and Trent Jones helped Manteo boys secure their title. Tate won the shot put with a 40-09 toss and Jones was the 800 meter run champion with a time of 2:12.32.

In the girls competition, Manteo’s Jania Charity earned a first place conference championship with her triple jump of 29 feet 1.5 inches to help pace the Redskins to a fourth place finish. Charity also earned second place in the long jump with a 13 foot 7 inch leap.

Other notable performances for Manteo boys included the Manteo boys 4×200 meter relay team of Mekhi Bias, Dylan Sharp, Dakota Meekins and Claveon Rice winning that event with a time of 1:35.53. In the 4X800 boys relay, Jones teamed up with William Pendleton, Weston Smith and Landon Taylor to produce a winning time of 9:08.75.

In a post-meet ceremony, Manteo head track Melissa Mann and Camden head track coach Victoria Black were presented with Conference Coach of the Year plaques for their respective boys and girls teams.

Several Manteo athletes will advance to the NCHSAA East Region 1A East meet on Friday, May 10 at John A. Holmes High School in Edenton. Field events start at 12:30 p.m. and running events start at 1 p.m. Winners there will advance to the state meet on Saturday, May 18 at NC A&T State University in Greensboro​.

Albemarle Athletic Conference Track Championship

Apr 30 at Manteo

Girls – Team Rankings – 17 Events Scored
1) Camden County 157
2) John A. Holmes 130
3) Gates County 96
4) Manteo 70
5) Perquimans County 53
6) Washington County High Sc

Boys – Team Rankings – 17 Events Scored
1) Manteo 139
2) Camden County 108
3) John A. Holmes 107
4) Gates County 104
5) Perquimans County 33
6) Washington County 28

Girls 100 Meter Dash:  5 Charity, Jania  (Manteo)  :13.70

Girls 200 Meter Dash: 11 Wolfe, Elisa  (Manteo)  :33.02; 12 Tinsley, Kayli  (Manteo)  :33.51; 14 Burchette, Kaitlyn  (Manteo)  :37.24

Girls 400 Meter Dash: 10 Burchette, Kaitlyn  (Manteo)  1:24.91

Girls 800 Meter Run: 2 Fenz, Tiffany  (Manteo)  2:54.83; 5 Mourino, Aiyana  (Manteo)  3:44.47

Girls 1600 Meter Run: 6 Mourino, Aiyana  (Manteo)  8:37.20

Girls 3200 Meter Run: 4 Daniels, Emma  (Manteo)  17:12.87

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles: 4 Kampe, Darcy  (Manteo)  :19.41

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles: 3 Kampe, Darcy  (Manteo)  :57.02; 8 Tinsley, Kayli  (Manteo)  1:10.22

Girls 4×100 Meter Relay: 5 Manteo ‘A’ 1:06.83

Girls 4×200 Meter Relay: 4 Manteo ‘A’ 2:14.62 4

Girls 4×400 Meter Relay: 5 Manteo ‘A’ 5:46.72

Girls 4×800 Meter Relay: 2 Manteo ‘A’ 13:34.78

Girls High Jump: 2 Kampe, Darcy  (Manteo)  4-05.00

Girls Long Jump: 2 Charity, Jania  (Manteo)  13-07.00; 7 Kampe, Darcy  (Manteo)  12-01.50; 11 Burchette, Kaitlyn  (Manteo)  10-09.00

Girls Triple Jump: 1 Charity, Jania  (Manteo)  29-01.50

Girls Shot Put: 7 Hernley, Amanda  (Manteo)  23-10.00; 9 Pledger, Ashanti  (Manteo)  22-07.00; 12 Gonzalez-Martinez, Linds  (Manteo)  19-00.00

Girls Discus Throw: 6 Pledger, Ashanti  (Manteo)  68-09; 9 Hernley, Amanda  (Manteo)  64-00; 10 Gonzalez-Martinez, Linds  (Manteo)  55-01

Boys 100 Meter Dash: 3 Rice, Claveon  (Manteo)  :11.38; 5 Bias, Mekhi  (Manteo)  :11.55

Boys 200 Meter Dash: 3 McOwen, Ryan  (Manteo)  :23.51; 5 Bias, Mekhi  (Manteo)  :23.75; 7 Sawyer, Bryson  (Manteo)  :24.04

Boys 400 Meter Dash: 3 McOwen, Ryan  (Manteo)  :54.76; 6 Mitchum, Wes  (Manteo)  :56.07; 8 Rice, Claveon  (Manteo)  :58.42

Boys 800 Meter Run: 1 Jones, Trent (Manteo) 2:12.32; 6 Smith, Weston  (Manteo)  2:24.54; 7 Taylor, Landon  (Manteo)  2:26.01

Boys 1600 Meter Run: 4 Calvio, Carter  (Manteo)  5:26.62; 5 Jones, Chase  (Manteo)  5:28.21; 7 Pendleton, William  (Manteo)  5:57.84

Boys 3200 Meter Run: 2 Calvio, Carter  (Manteo)  12:10.34; 4 Ortega Santos, Justin  (Manteo)  12:32.86; 5 Pendleton, William  (Manteo)  12:56.53

Boys 110 Meter Hurdles: 2 Wright, Sam  (Manteo)  :17.82

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles: 6 Sawyer, Bryson  (Manteo)  :49.06; 7 Wright, Sam  (Manteo)  :49.18

Boys 4×100 Meter Relay : 4 Manteo ‘A’ :47.26

Boys 4×200 Meter Relay: 1 Manteo ‘A’ 1:35.53

Boys 4×400 Meter Relay : 2 Manteo ‘A’ 3:47.71

Boys 4×800 Meter Relay: 1 Manteo ‘A’ 9:08.75

Boys High Jump: 4 McOwen, Ryan  (Manteo)  5-05.00

Boys Long Jump: 15 Heard, Braden  (Manteo)  15-03.50; 16 Brooks, Kamari  (Manteo)  15-00.00

Boys Triple Jump: 5 Jones, Trent  (Manteo)  34-07.50

Boys Shot Put: 1 Tate, J’Veon  (Manteo)  40-09.00; 3 Orgsbon, Thomas  (Manteo)  38-10.00; 4 Soles, Kyle  (Manteo)  38-04.00

Boys Discus Throw: 2 Soles, Kyle  (Manteo)  116-09; 3 Tate, J’Veon  (Manteo)  115-07; 4 McCallum, Michael  (Manteo)  108-10



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