Track Districts: Becker sets high jump record

Katie Becker of Warwick jumped six inches higher than her nearest competitor and set a District 3 record for the girl’s high jump at 5 feet and 10 inches to win the gold.

Her teammate Jacob Smith won a silver Jacob Smith in the 3A boys 800-meter run with his 1:56.16. He also was fourth in the 1,600 (4:16.6).

Warwick’s Lucas took bronze in the 3A discus with a throw of 122-2.

The Warriors also took home a silver medal in the 3,200-meter relay for a 9:31:33 run by Alleha Glenn, Grace Rudder, Ella Hartel and Alexa Wenger.

The LL-League women and men champion McCaskey Red Tornado also made their presence known.

They won gold in the 4×800-meter relay with Milana Breuninger, Morgan Stauffer, Anya Frey and Isabella Shertzer running 9:28.16.

Breuninger also won a silver medal after running 2:17.09 in the 800 individual meter race.

Kamyah Wright grabbed a silver medal with a 25.73 girls 200 meter.

The Tornado finished the day with a silver medal in the girls 4×400-meter relay when Lucie De Syon, Shertzer, Breuninger and Wright, teamed up to run a 3:53.46.

McCaskey was also fourth in the 4×100 relay with Si-Ahnnie Coleman, Wright, Aasley De Leon and Lucie De Syon posting a 49.13.

It was Lancaster Catholic’s first District 3 appearance and senior Mason Moore won 2 silver medals in the Class 2A 1,600 run of 4:29.63. Later, and a 1:59.04 run in the 800.

Fellow Crusaders William Scott (41.69) and Jansen Hoffard (42.01) won 2A silver and bronze respectively in the 300 hurdles a short while after placing fourth (15.51) and seventh (15.88) in the 110.

Lancaster Mennonite Mennonite sophomore finished 2nd in the Class 2A girls 800 with a 2:21.58.

Manheim Township’s Darren Cammauf earned a pair of Class 3A medals, capping his district career by running a 48.36 in the 400 for silver and later took sixth in the 200 (22.51).

Blue Streaks teammate Cole Stevens closed his 1,600 run with a 4:16.30 for bronze.

Braeten Peters of Annville-Cleona won a silver in the Class 2A 3,200 (11:35.28) Friday and bronze in Saturday’s 1,600 (5:27.58). The Dutchman girls also took third in the 400 relay (51.07). Grace Coleman was third in the girls shot put for another of the many medals won by the school.

Cedar Crest junior Gabe Lewis ran a strong 10.76 to earn a bronze in the boys 3A 100.

Jianna Long of Ephrata won two medals, taking fourth in the 400 (56.97) and fifth in the 100 (12.29).

Mountaineers teammate Enrico Faccio won bronze in the 3A boys 300 hurdles in 39.10, plus was on Ephrata’s 400 (43.20) and 1,600 (3:25.66) relays that placed fourth.

Also earning bronze in 3A girls was Bryna Kelly of Garden Spot, who ran the 100 hurdles in 15.51.