Frederick’s boys & girls track teams started off the post season on a high note Wednesday afternoon. The Cadets competed in the Central Maryland Conference Championships held at Oakdale High School. The girls finished the meet in second place. The Cadet boys came in fourth place which is their best conference finish in recent memory.
Jada Sobratti would win the girls 200m dash with a time of 25.38, Phoenix Staub would finish fourth. Sobratti would also finish second in the 400m. Staub would take fourth in the high jump event.
Christan Claggett won the 100m hurdles with a time of 15.43, the junior would also place eighth for FHS in the 100m dash. Malaya Reid took seventh in the 100m hurdles. In the 300m hurdles Claggett would claim second place while Reid took third.
Bwari Ogendi would take eighth place in the 800m.
The Cadets 4×200 relay team of Asha Lacet, Natalie Bennett, Raynah Young, and Yanessa Boyd finished 7th in the conference.
Paige Tolbard captured the CMC title in the Shot put with a throw of 39-06.00, Destiny Noel would take third with Sarah Meredith coming in fourth. Tolbard would also win the discus with Noel taking second and Meredith finishing seventh.
Ariella Kolani caputed a fifth place finish with her long jump of 16-01.50. Nicole Osei took second in the triple jump with a jump of 35-03.50, Kolani would take 3rd.
On the boys side Kisaye Barnes finished sixth in the 100m dash with a time of 11.64, the junior would also finish the 2oom dash in eighth place.
Isaac Bynum would win the 300m hurdles with a time of 41.13, the junior would also finished the 100m hurdles in third place with Deon Pierce taking fifth.
Mario Martinez, Javonuthyn Gray, Thomas Silva, and Thomas Gacquin took third place in the 4×800 relay. Chris Metevia, Max Merriman, Adrian Adlam, and Bynum would also team up on the Cadets 4×400 relay team to take sixth place.
Senior Kemarsh Matthews grabbed 7th in the discus with a throw of 110-08.
Gerald Norgbe won the conference triple jump, the senior jumped 45-07.25. Tory McCaa would take 7th. McCaa’s high jump of 5-10.00 was good enough to finish third place. Torrey Flournoy would take fifth place in the long jump with a final of 19-10.25.