Track Beat | May 1, 2013

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Osborne earns PR at NCKC Championship


The Panthers competed at the NCKC Championship meet Tuesday, April 23 at Walton-Verona. The other competitors were Walton-Verona, Trimble County, Henry County, Owen County and Williamstown.
Senior Brandon Franklin (shot put) and juniors Cody Osborne (300-meter hurdles) and Tre Burgin (pole vault) led the team with second place finishes. Osborne’s 300-meter hurdle time was his new personal best.

Junior Ashley Srouder led the Lady Panthers by improving her shot put to just over 29 feet for the first time in her throwing career, good for a second place finish.

Overall, the Panthers finished fifth out of six teams, while the Lady Panthers tied for fifth place.

Boys Results

Cody Osborne, second in 300-meter hurdles, third in 110-meter hurdles and fifth in pole vault; Tre Burgin, second in pole vault; Brandon Franklin, second in shot put; Malachi Corbin, third in shot put and third in discus; Michael Burns, fifth in long jump, fifth in 800-meter run and eighth in 200-meter dash; and Joseph Parker, eighth in triple jump and tenth in long jump.

Girls Results

Ashley Srouder, second in shot put and seventh in discus; Stevie Ogburn, fifth in 100-meter dash, sixth in triple jump; Sierra Martinez, sixth in 800-meter run and sixth in 1600-meter run; Jessie Smith, sixth in long jump and eighth in 100-meter dash; and Kayla Anderson, seventh in shot put and ninth in discus. The Lady Panthers 4-by-100 meter relay team finished in third place.

Byrd earns season-best time at Vevay

The Carroll County High School track and field team competed in the Vevay Newspaper Invite in Switzerland County, Ind., on April 24. The Panthers were one of seven teams competing: Madison Shawe, Switzerland County, Rising Sun, Jac-Cen-Del, Lawrenceburg and Southwestern.

The Panthers were led by juniors Taylor Byrd and Cody Osborne. Byrd finished in second place in the 400-meter dash with a new season-best of 56.6 seconds. Junior Cody Osborne took sixth place in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 19 seconds and finished in third place in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 47 seconds.

The Lady Panthers were led by sophomore Stevie Ogburn and junior Ashley Srouder. Ogburn finished in sixth place in the 100-meter dash with a time of 14.7 seconds. Srouder finished in fourth place in discus with a throw of 76 feet 7 inches and third place in shot put with a throw of 28 feet 8.5 inches.

The Panthers finished seventh overall, while the Lady Panthers finished tied for sixth place with Shawe.

The track and field teams finished the regular season Tuesday at Henry County, however results were unavailable by presstime. They will compete Thursday in the NCKTC Championship Meet at Henry County.