22 Feb 2015

Indoor Track Wins Ninth Straight State Title

The CHS Indoor Track and Field Team won its ninth consecutive state title on Saturday, February 21 at the LSU Maddox Field House.

The Bears won five events, placed in 11 of the 14 events and set a new school record in the 3200 meters. They also outscored the runner-up team by 40 points. Click here to read highlights from The Advocate.

Shot Put
Nigel Despinasse í first place, 56′ 5.75 (No. 3 all time)
Uriah Alexander – fifth place, 46′ 2.25

High Jump
Phillip Wilkins – twelfth place, 5’7″

Long Jump
Jace Attuso – second place, 22’4″

Pole Vault
Chandler Lemoine – sixth place, 13’6″

Triple Jump
Jace Attuso – fourth place, 44’0″

60 Meter Dash
Logan Hart – sixth place, 7.10, 7.12
Sethan Hollier – ninth place, 7.18

800 Meters
Michael Comeaux – seventh place, 2:01.63

1,600 Meters
David Toups- first place, 4:29.56
Pierce Hill – seventh place, 4:43.08

4×200 Relay
B. LeDuff, L. Flowers, S. Hollier, L. Hart – 1:36.51

4x800m Relay
M. Tramonte, B. Green, M. Comeaux, D. Toups – first place – 8:16.30

60 Hurdles
Kam Cummings – first place, 9:39.32
Vernon Langley – eleventh place, 9.45

3,200m
Jeffrey Kelley – first place, 9:39.32
B. Green – fifth place, 10:07.41

4×400 Relay
J. Abbott, K. Cummings, P. Stephens, L. Flowers – second Place – 3:30.08