Brownstown track finishes runner-up at Indian Creek

The weather held up just enough on Tuesday night for Brownstown Central to compete at Indian Creek with Edinburgh.

Both the girls and boys track and field teams for the Braves took second place in the meet.

Brownstown boys finished second with 62 points behind Indian Creek with 89 points and ahead of Edinburgh with 5 points.

In the field events, Caleb Cummings finished third in the high jump with a 5’4”. Dustyn Kocsis and Brayden Millick went 2-3 in the discus, throwing 140’11” and 118’8”, respectively. Kocsis also came in second in the shot put (42’5”), while Millick was fourth (36’1”).

Thad Goecker and Isaiah Engle went 1-2 in the 110 hurdles, running 18.75 and 19.34, respectively. Goecker also won the 300 hurdles with a 47.81, and Engle was third with a 49.15.

Cummings won the 100 with a 11.91, and Jayden Steinkamp was second with a 12.25. Cummings was second in the 200 with a 24.74, and Brady Blann was fourth with a 25.55.

Traven Wellman was third in the 1600 with a 5:17.92, and he was also fourth in the 3200 with a 11:27.

Garrett Driver and Hudson Fritz went 2-3 in the 400 with times of 55.22 and 59.46, respectively. And in the 800, Andrew Wheeles and Bradley Edwards went 2-3 with times of 2:18.12 and 2:22.52, respectively.

As for the girls, they also were second with 57 team points behind Indian Creek’s 97 points and ahead of Edinburgh’s 4 points.

In the field events, Jocelyn Love was third in the high jump with a 3’8”. The Braves swept the discus with Avery Koch (115’3”), Addie Shelton (80’11”), Taylor Loudermilk (80’1”) and Zori Otting (80’). Koch also won the shot put with a 33’5.5”, Shelton was third with a 29’5” and Otting was fourth with a 25’8”.

To round out the field events, Jazz Yeadon won the long jump with a 14’7”, and Briana Barker was third with a 10’4”.

In the races, Camryn Thompson and Love went 3-4 in the 100 hurdles with times of 18.14 and 18.8, respectively. Those two also went 1-3 in the 300 hurdles with Thompson running a 51.64 and Love running a 56.84.

Abigail Bennitt was second in the 100 with a 14.15 and third in the 200 with a 30.49. Yeadon was third in the 400 with a 1:13.28, and Madison Stuckwisch was third in the 800 with a 3:39.62.

The Braves will be back in action tonight, competing in the Jennings County Relays at 5:30 p.m.

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