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Barr Wins State Title
Steve Barnes

St. David’s junior Wilson Barr won his second straight 2A state championship in the pole vault Friday at Campbell University in Buies Creek. Barr equaled last years’ jump of 12 feet to claim the title. Senior Madison Welsh finished eighth in the high jump and ninth in the long jump. Junior Karis New led the Warriors on Saturday with a fourth place finish in the 100 hurdles. Jonathan Brewer was fifth in the 300 hurdles, sixth in the 110 hurdles and part of the eighth place 4 x 200 relay along with Jack Dunn, Josh Rhoads and Christopher Rhoads. Houston Walker filled in for Brewer on the 4 x 100 relay and finished fifth. He was seventh in the 110 hurdles. Christopher Rhoads took sixth in the 200 meters. The St. David's boys were 10th and the girls finished 21st.

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State Track Meet Final Results
Steve Barnes

The Warriors boys tied for 10th place and the girls were 21st in the 2A state track meet Saturday on a rain soaked track at Campbell University in Buies Creek. Karis New led SDS on day two with a fourth place finish in the 100 hurdles. She was also part of the ninth place 4 x 200 relay team along with Grace Haile, Juju Medlin and Ella Moses. Sarah Spencer Ball was 10th in the triple jump. Jonathan Brewer led the boys with a fifth place finish in the 300 hurdles and was part of the eighth place 4 x 200 relay along with Jack Dunn and Josh and Christopher Rhoads. Houston Walker joined the Rhoads brothers and Dunn to finish fifth in the 4 x 100 and was seventh in the 110 hurdles. Christopher Rhoads capped the Warriors day with a sixth place finish in the 200 meters. 

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EPIC Meet Results
Steve Barnes

The St. David’s boys finished second and the girls were fourth in the EPIC track meet at Cary Academy Saturday. Cary Christian won both meets. The O’Neal School and Grace Christian finished ahead of the Warriors in the girls meets. Individually, Houston Walker won the 110 hurdles, Wilson Barr finished first in the pole vault and Jonathan Brewer won the 300 hurdles. He was second in the 110 hurdles and was part of the second place 4 x 200 relay team with Jack Dunn, Josh Rhoads and Christopher Rhoads. Dunn placed second in the 100 meters and was part of the third place 4 x 100 relay with Josh Rhoads, Christopher Rhoads and Robert Batchelder. Christopher Rhoads was third in the 100 and fourth in the 200. Alex Nechyba finished fifth in the 800. Madison Welsh led the girls by finishing second in the high jump, third in the long jump and triple jump and fourth in the shot put. Sarah Spencer Ball was second in the triple jump and part of the second place 4 x 200 relay with Karis New, Ella Moses and Grace Haile. New also took third in the 110 hurdles and teamed with Ball, 7th grader Laura Martin and Juju Medlin for third in the 4 x 100 relay. Caroline Ross was fourth in the 800, while Martin finished sixth in the 400 and 1600 meters. Both teams finish the season at the state meet Friday and Saturday at Campbell University in Buies Creek.

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The Warriors boys finished third and the girls were fourth in Thursday’s track meet at Ravenscroft. The host school won both meets. Christopher Rhoads led St. David’s with a first place finish in the 100 meters, while Wilson Barr was second in the pole vault. Alex Nechyba took third in the 800 meters and teamed with Hunter Camp, Will Patrick and Brendan Hanna to finish third in the 4 x 400 relay. Houston Walker was third in the 300 hurdles and was part of the third place 4 x 100 relay team along with Rhoads, Pete Garrabrant and Peter Fox. On the girls side, the 4 x 100 relay team of Grace Haile, Camden Jordan, Juju Medlin and Karis New finished second, Madison Welsh was third in the shot put and New took third in the 300 hurdles. The Warriors compete in the EPIC meet Saturday at Cary Academy.

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The Warriors boys track and field team finished second and the girls were third in Thursday’s meet at Ravenscroft. The host school won both meets, with Trinity of Raleigh third and The Burlington School fourth in the boys. St. Mary’s edged the Warriors by one point for second in the girls meet with Trinity and Burlington behind them.  St. David’s had the winner and six of the top 10 finishers in the boys 100 meters. Keonte Bradley broke the tape in 11.2 seconds for first place. Tai Goode was third, followed by Jack Dunn (4), Matthew Haist (6), Kris Monroe (9) and Peter Fox (10). Bradley also finished second in the high jump with Monroe third. Senior Alex Nechyba won the 1600 and 3200 races and was part of the third place 4 x 200 relay team along with Haist, Christopher Rhoads and John Nicholson. Wilson Barr won the pole vault. Second place finishers included Josh Rhoads in the shot put and the 4 x 100 relay team of the Rhoads brothers, Peter Garrabrant and Houston Walker. Garrabrant was third in the discus and long jump, while Fox took third in the 200. Houston Walker finished fourth in the 110 hurdles. For the girls, Kathryn Haile and Madison Welsh tied for first in the high jump. Grace Haile was second in the 400 and was part of the fourth place 4 x 200 relay team along with JuJu Medlin, Caroline Ross and Welsh. Ross was third in the 1600 and sixth in the 800. 7th grader Laura Martin was fourth in the 400 and sixth in the 100. Welsh finished fifth in the long jump and Medlin was sixth in the shot put.

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