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Hartselle Enquirer

Burks, Sharpley pace track team

Quanesha Burks and Trevor Sharpley have set the pace for members of Hartselle High School’s track and Field Team after its first two competitions.

Burks scored first place wins in girls 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, long jump and triple jump at the Huntsville Panther Invitational Feb. 19 and followed with first place wins in the same events at the Cullman High School Invitational on Mar. 3.

Ashton Pennington finished second in the javelin throw at the Huntsville meet and first at the Cullman meet. Jessica Matthews came in third in the javelin throw.

Sharpley finished third in both high jump and triple jump at the Huntsville Invitational and followed with first place wins in high jump, long jump and triple jump at the Cullman Invitational.

Ashton Pennington finished second in the javelin throw at Huntsville while

Other first place winners in the Boys Division at the Cullman meet were: Jordan Frazier—110-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles, Hunter Grantland—100-meter dash and 200-meter dash.

Frazier finished second in the 100-meter dash, Johnathan Duncan finished third in both 800-meter run and 1,600-meter run and Lynn Mullins finished fourth in the javelin throw.

Hartselle boys and girls teams garnered enough points to finished fourth and fifth, respectively, at the Cullman meet.

“We’re a young team but we’re making progress,” said first year head coach Kenny Lopez. “They’re performing as well as I had hoped.

“We’re building from the bottom up with 32 on our junior varsity and 20 on the varsity, including just two seniors,” he added.

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