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The Carroll County boys track and field team finished in fourth place, while the girls team finished in seventh, without senior Teila Winburn, at the Walton-Verona Class “A” meet on Saturday.
Chris Satterly and Nora Fremin won the boys team MVP and girls team MVP awards, respectively, by scoring the most individual points.
Satterly won first place in the long jump and the 300 meter hurdles, where he finished with a new personal record of 41.84 seconds. He also finished in first as part of the 4-by-200 meter relay team and took second place in the high jump.
Fremin won first place in the 100-meter dash, the 100 meter hurdles and the 200-meter dash, and she came in fifth place in the long jump.
“It was a great day and really allowed our athletes to showcase themselves as real competitors among the dominant Northern Kentucky schools,” Head Coach Joe Creager said in an e-mail.
MaryEsther Fremin finished in sixth place in the 100-meter dash and in third place in the long jump. She and teammates Kelley Wheeler, Sydney Brewer and Andrea Hardesty finished in seventh place in the 4-by-400 meter relay.
Hardesty finished in third place in the high jump and eighth in the triple jump.
For the boys team, Andy Sisenstein came in third place in the 200-meter dash, and DAnthony Collins finished in fifth.
Tyler Grant finished in first place in the triple jump and in eighth place in the 110 meter hurdles. Evan Mefford came in sixth place in the 300 meter hurdles.
Collins, Grant, Satterly and Sisenstein came in first place in the 4-by-200 meter relay. In the 4-by-100 meter relay, Collins, Grant, Mefford and Sisenstein finished in fourth place. Collins, Jacob Griffin, Mefford and Sisenstein finished in third place in the 4-by-400 meter relay.
In the high jump, Dylan Jack finished in fourth place. Eli Unker finished in seventh place in the shot put.
Carroll County was in action Tuesday at their final home meet of the season. On Thursday, the team will compete in the NCKC Championships at Walton-Verona Sports Complex to close out the regular season.