Alexandria Senior High Sweeps Wolverine Relays!


2024 Mansfield Wolverines Invitational Results

11 INTERVIEWS from the Mansfield Wolverines Invitational 

Track and field athletes from CENLA showed up and showed out at the Mansfield Wolverines Invitational on Wednesday. And it was a CENLA team--Alexandria Senior High--who left Mansfield with both team trophies as Coach Freeman's swept the meet.

"I always like the resiliency of our kids," Freeman said. "Compared to last week's meet, this meet is a little more competitive. Our kids love to rise to the occasion. I also love to see how our kids respond when we don't have the best race and something doesn't go our way. You can see it in their eyes. They want to fix it and get better. It's been a really good meet."

In the boys' division, ASH scored 114, beating rival Tioga by three points. Leesville was third with 60 points.

The Lady Trojans dominated the girls division scoring 145. Huntington was distant second with 83 points. Leesville and Holy Savior Menard tied for third with 74 points. 

ASH's Hunter Rivet, who broke the school record in the discus last week with a throw of 169-5, continued his winning ways. He won both the discus (166-4) and the shot put (50-4) to lead the Trojans with 20 points. 

On the track, the Trojans were led by Jaiden Lindsey, who won the 100m (11.11) and ran legs on all three ASH sprint relays. With Lindsey's speed and that of his teammates, ASH was able to come away with a win in both the 4x200 (1:28.65) and the 4x400 (3:26.37). 

ASH's time in the 800m relay is the fastest time run in Louisiana this year. 

Nobody scored more points in the meet than Menard's A'Shyria Burns. She won the 100m  (11.98) with the third fastest time in Louisiana this year and the long jump (18-5.25) and finished second to Huntington's Demetria Harris in both the 100m hurdles and the triple jump. 

Harris won the 100m hurdles (14.44) and triple jump (37-5.5) and anchored he Lady Raider 4x100m relay to a win. 

Harris wasn't the only double winner from Huntington. Senior Preston Summage won both he 400m (49.20) and 200m (22.35).

Other double winners included Benton's Sadie Hamby in both the discus (115-3) and javelin (116-0), ASH's Reagan Monroe in the 1600m (5:34) and 3200m (12:14), Tioga's Maximus Kadrmas in the 110m (15.27) and 300m hurdles (40.69), and Leesville's Keeton Johnson in the 800m (1:58.74) and 1600m (4:34). 

ASH's Jakyra Edwards scored 20 points. She won the 200m (25.62), finished second in the 100m (12.08), and ran a leg on the Lady Trojans runner-up 4x100m relays (48.76). 

Benton's Addyson Hulett won the 400m (58.96) while improving her 400m for the fifth consecutive meet. Last week, Hulett broke the Benton High School record in the event. This week, she broke her own record. Hulett also finsished third in the pole vault (9-0). 

Leesville's Lina Mills Zacapa scored 26 points for the Lady Wompus Cats. She won the 800m and finished second in both the 1600ma and 3200m.