Seymour competes against BNL and Jennings County

The Seymour track and field team hosted Jennings County and Bedford North Lawrence on Thursday night for the Owls’ second meet of the season.

The girls team for the Owls came away with the victory, scoring 83 points. BNL was second with 47 points and Jennings County was third with 37 points.

First-place finishes from Seymour came from Brooke Trinkle in the 1600 in 5:32.70, Hayley Harpe won the 400, Samantha Jacobi won the 800 in 2:36.46, Vivienne Siefker won the 3200 in 12:02.42, Kate Connell won pole vault at 7’3” and she also won high jump at 5’0” and Hannah Dart won shot put at 33’6.5”. Seymour also won all three relays on Tuesday.

Sydney Kingery was third in the 100 (13.87), Evah Snyder was second in the 110 hurdles (18.53), Connell was fourth in the 110 hurdles (19.24), Lillian Sunbury was third in the 1600 (6:11.77), Ashlyn Henderson was fourth in the 400, Grace Lewis was second in the 300 hurdles (57.15), Addison Lemon was third in the 200 (29.27), Anna Marks was fourth in the 200 (30.08) and Kinsley Folsom was third in the 3200 (12:39.90).

Snyder was second in pole vault (6’9”), Lewis was fourth in pole vault (6’9”), Connell was third in long jump (12’6”), Snyder was fourth in long jump (12’5”), Dart was second in discus (94’1”), and Kiley Sons was third in discus (85’2”), Henderson was fourth in high jump (4’6”) and Sons was third in shot put (28’8.5”).

Jennings County won the boys meet with 76 points, BNL was second at 53.5 and Seymour was third with 37.5.

First-place finishes from Seymour came from Collin Hankins in pole vault (9’3”), Jude Bane in the 3200 (10:25.23) and Donovyn Thomas in high jump (5’10”).

Jesse Mellencamp was fourth in the 110 hurdles (19.32), Bane was third in the 1600 (4:50.73), Ty Tormoehlen was fourth in the mile (5:01.60), Kyle Heilman was fourth in the 400, Cam Wheeler was third in the 300 hurdles (45.61), Michael Proffer was third in the 800 (2:12.96), Jadrix Zumhingst was second in pole vault (9’3”), Owen Kruse was third in discus (112’11”) and Jaylan Johnson was third in high jump (5’8”).

The Owls will compete again on Tuesday at Columbus North.