Bogalusa’s Crumedy runs 2nd in the 100 hurdles
Bogalusa’s Ti’Miya Crumedy was second in the 100-meter hurdles in the Jim Camhout Invitational that was held March 12 at Northshore.
Crumedy ran the 100 hurdles in 19.22 seconds. Lakeshore’s Anina Manning won with a 17.19.
Bogalusa was the only team from Washington Parish in the meet.
Kenniya Burns tied Alida Dufrene for sixth place in the high jump with both clearing the bar at 4 feet, 2 inches. Lakeshore’s Miranda Tillery won at 5-4.
Mary Ladner was fifth in the javelin at 67-6. Pope John Paul II’s Mallory Norton was at 110-7.
Bogalusa’s 4×100 relay team of Burns, Crumedy, Caitlin Holloway and Ladner were seventh with a time of 56.24. Slidell clocked a 53.12 to win.
Crumedy came in eighth for the 800 after running it in 2 minutes, 49 seconds. Christ Episcopal School’s Svenya Stoyanoff won in 2:28.
Bogalusa’s 4×200 relay team that featured Holloway, Crumedy, Burns and Ladner were ninth in 2:02. Hahnville won in 1:47.
Holloway tied Slidell’s Sasha Barley for 12th in the long jump with both going for 12-10.5. Northlake Christian School’s DaNina Sorapuru won at 16-7.5.
Holloway and Ladner were 13th and 20th in the 100 with times of 14.4 and 14.93 respectively. Hahnville’s Kevell Byrd ran the race in 12.56 to win.
Northshore won the meet with 146 points with 14 teams tallying points.
Hahnville was second with 122.5, followed by Lakeshore with 69, Slidell’s 64.5 and Northlake Christian School’s 49 rounded out the top five.
Bogalusa and Pope John Paul II tied for 10th with 10.5 points each.
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