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McPhail Shatters WAC Javelin Record
05/15/2009

Liberal plays Great Bend in Conference play tonight.

WAC Meet- Dodge City

Boys

1. Great Bend 108

2. Dodge City 82.5

3. Liberal 75

4. Hays 60.5

5. Garden City 49

Girls

1. Great Bend 105.5

2. Dodge City 84

3. Hays 82

4. Garden City 76.5

5. Liberal 27

LHS Boys Top 5

110 Hurdles- 1st Martavious King (14.79) and Nate Davis 2nd (14.80)

300 Hurdles- 1st Nate Davis (40.01); King 4th (41.96); and Slader McVey 5th (42.34)

Shotput- 2nd Kedrick Eyle 48'2"

Discus- 3rd Kedrick Eyle 127'7"

3200- 2nd Morgan Riggs (10:37.25)

Javelin- 4th Michael Cummins (144'5")

1600- 3rd Morgan Riggs (4:48.34)

400- 3rd Isaac Gallegos (52.59) and 4th Michael Cummins (52.91)

100- 4th Nate Davis (11.30)

800-3rd Victor Avila (2:07.79)

Girls Top 5

Javelin- 1st MaKayla McPhail (139'11") Breaks WAC record b eight feet!

Shotput- 3rd Caitlin Bauer 36'3/4"

Discus- 3rd Cailin Bauer 114

1600- 3rd Lauren Sumner (6:04)

3200- 5th Lauren Sumner (13:53.99)

300 Hurdles- 5th Katy Burnett (50.90)

100 Hurdles- 5th Katy Burnett (17.02)

400- 5th Lakeria Eatmon (1:02.35)

Regionals is May 22 at Great Bend Memorial Stadium.

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