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Mt. Hermon’s Williams headed to state in the 100, 200 meters

Mt. Hermon School’s Amuriel Williams is headed to state in two events after qualifying at the Region 3-B Meet that was held last Wednesday at Midland.

Williams qualified in the 100 meters and 200.

Williams was second in the 100 and third in the 200.

Williams ran the 100 in 13.98 seconds and the 200 in 28.47. Lacassine’s Mary Johnson topped the 100 in 13.96, while Bell City’s Kate Leonards bested the 200 in 27.93.

The meet was a qualifier, as the top three from each event reached the state meet. The Class B state meet will take place tomorrow at Bernie Moore Track Stadium on the campus of LSU. Mt. Hermon School is the only Class B school that is from Washington Parish.

Mt. Hermon’s 4×200 relay team came in sixth place with a time of two minutes. The group included Amuriel Williams, Bailey Fortenberry, Jumyrie Williams and Katherine Quin. Christ Episcopal School won in 53.56.

Shania Smith and Knight were sixth and eighth in the shot put

Mt. Hermon School’s Amuriel Williams is headed to state in two events after qualifying at the Region 3-B Meet that was held last Wednesday at Midland.

Williams qualified in the 100 meters and 200.

Williams was second in the 100 and third in the 200.

Williams ran the 100 in 13.98 seconds and the 200 in 28.47. Lacassine’s Mary Johnson topped the 100 in 13.96, while Bell City’s Kate Leonards bested the 200 in 27.93.

The meet was a qualifier, as the top three from each event reached the state meet. The Class B state meet will take place tomorrow at Bernie Moore Track Stadium on the campus of LSU. Mt. Hermon School is the only Class B school that is from Washington Parish.

Mt. Hermon’s 4×200 relay team came in sixth place with a time of two minutes. The group included Amuriel Williams, Bailey Fortenberry, Jumyrie Williams and Katherine Quin. Christ Episcopal School won in 53.56.

Shania Smith and Knight were sixth and eighth in the shot put with distances of 28 feet, 4.5 inches and 24-9. Lacassine’s Vanessa Duke won at 32-4.

Quin was seventh in the 800 at 3 minutes, 8 seconds. Christ Episcopal School’s Svenya Stoyanoff won in 2:25.

Mt. Hermon’s 4×400 team was seventh with a time of 5:33. The team included Tullos, Fortenberry, Jumrie Williams and Quin.

Amuriel Williams came in eighth in the 400 after clocking a 1:17. Hathaway’s Brea Baca-White ran a 1:02 to win.

Mt. Hermon’s 4×100 relay team was eighth in one minute. The group featured Tullos, Bailey, Jumrie Williams and Quin. Christ Episcopal School won in 53.56.

Christ Episcopal School won the team competition with 103 points, as 10 teams posted points.

Lacassine was second with 94, followed by Episcopal of Acadiana’s 81, Bell City’s 69 and Hathaway rounded out the top five with 56. Mt. Hermon School was 10th with 16.

In the boys, Daeshaun James was fifth in the shot put and discus with distances of 31-6 and 77-4. Hathaway’s Bryce Guillotte won the shot put at 43-10.5, while Episcopal of Acadiana’s Richard Magann bested the discus at 129-4.10.

Brandon Tate took sixth and eighth in the 200 and 400 respectively with times of 27.18 and one minute. J.S. Clark Leadership’s Bylen Tyler won both events in 11.31 and 22.64.

J.S. Clark Leadership won the team competition with 158 points, as 10 teams posted points.

Lacassine was second with 110, followed by Episcopal of Acadiana’s 78, Christ Episcopal School’s 51 and Hathaway rounded out the top five with 44 points. Mt. Hermon School was 10th with five points.