FHS’s Delatte, Magee win individual event each in meet

Published 2:45 pm Monday, April 17, 2017

MANDEVILLE — Franklinton’s Porsha Delatte and Danaria Magee were victorious in one event each at the Ed McGehee Classic that took place Wednesday at Lakeshore.
Delatte captured the 100-meter hurdles. She ran the race in 17.49 seconds. Lakeshore’s Elizabeth Wangler was second at 18.08.
Magee was tops in the javelin with a throw of 99 feet, 5 inches. Pope John Paul II’s Maddy Norton finished a runner-up at a distance of 86-10.25.
Drahcir Magee had a pair of second-place finishes.
Drahcir Magee was second in the long jump with a distance of 15-2.5. Tellise Magee was eighth at 13-1.5. Lakeshore’s Katia Shostak won the event at 15-4.5.
Drahcir Magee tied Wangler for second in the high jump. Both cleared the bar at 4-8. Delatte was fourth at 4-6. Lakeshore’s Jasmine Thomas won the event at 4-10.
Raelyn Gross was second in the 100, running a time of 12.63. Deja Conerly took fourth at 13.46. Salmen’s Trinity Benson won in 12.20.
The Lady Demons were in two relay races and finished second in both. They ran the 4×100 in 52.52 and the 4×200 in 1 minute, 52 seconds. Salmen won the two events, the 4×100 at 51.30 and 4×200 in 1:48.
The 4×100 group featured Jaylin Bickham, Tellise Magee, Jada Thompson and Gross.
The 4×200 team had Bickham, India Dickerson, Tellise Magee and Gross.
Tamirria Thomas was third in the 200 with a time of 29.06. Benson topped the event in 26.09.
Tiarra James ran the 400 in 1:13 for third. Drahcir Magee was fifth in 1:16. Lakeshore’s Hailey Dean won in 1:04.
Aleria Dillon and Marlaysia Robertson were third and fourth in the shot put with distances of 29-6 and 28-2. Pope John Paul II’s Maddy Wilford was the winner at 33-0.5.
Pope John Paul II’s Kylie Nielsen, a Bogalusa resident, finished third in the 800 at 3:02 and fourth in the 1,600 at 7:19.
Dean won the 800 in 2:39 and Lakeshore’s Summer Seal was the 1,600 winner at 6:38.
Lakeshore won the team competition with 160 points, as four teams scored points. Franklinton and Pope John Paul II tied for second with 64 points, while Salmen was fourth with 53.

Franklinton’s Jaylin Bickham begins to run the 4×200 relay race during Wednesday’s meet at Lakeshore. Franklinton’s 4×100 and 4×200 relay teams finished second.