Sineath Has Big Day For Girls Track Team
Jorrie Sineath of the Davie girls track team won the triple jump, long jump and 100 hurdles in a meet against Mt. Tabor and West Forsyth and leads the team in scoring with 53 points.
Tabor finished with 70.5 points to better Davie’s 66.5 and West’s 47. The meet was held at Davie.
“With continued effort and dedication, Sineath can continue to help the team improve in the large meets that are coming up on the schedule,” coach Daric Beiter said.
The other winners for Davie’s girls were Mekayla Boswell (high jump), Kaitlyn Hutchins (300 hurdles) and Anna McBride (3200). The relay winners were Hutchins, Holly Thompson, Marissa Perkins and Amy Steller in the 1600, and Hutchins, Steller, Thompson and McBride in the 3200.
Later in the week, the Davie girls finished fourth at North Davidson. Reagan had 89, Reynolds 64, North Davidson 62.5 and Davie 57.5.
Boswell (high jump) and McBride (3200) earned first places, as well as the 1600 and 3200 relay teams. Hutchins, Thompson, Steller and Perkins ran the 1600, while Hutchins, Thompson, Steller and McBride ran the 3200.
McBride set the Davie sophomore record in the 3200 with a time of 11:20.
“She is only six seconds off her time set last year at the state,” Beiter said. “It appears Anna has bounced back after suffering some setbacks during cross country. She is having some of her best workouts, and her times are coming back to where …