The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


April 30, 2013

H.S. track and field: Throwers, jumpers lead Shikellamy girls


SUNBURY — Jaid Harsch and Heaven Maeshack led the way for Williamsport (3-2 HAC-I), each winning three individual events. Harsch won the 100 hurdles (16.28), 300 intermediate hurdles (48.46) and the high jump (5-0). Maeshack won the 100 (13.32), 200 (27.59) and the long jump (15-6).


n Williamsport 96, Shikellamy 54

Shikellamy junior Harry Herbster won two events, but it wasn't enough for the Braves to overcome Williamsport in a HAC-I matchup.

Herbster, who won the discus Saturday at the Lock Haven Invitational, won the discus (127-5) and shot put (40-5 ½).

"It was a crazy day -- lots of craziness. We lost a kid to a violation of team rules; hopefully we get him back soon. It could have made a difference in the meet," Shikellamy coach Jim Bell said. "We did lots of good things. We have some people coming on."

Weston Cuozzo, Herb Stelly and Chet Schwoyer each won three events for Williamsport (4-1 HAC-I).

Cuozzo won his duel with Shikellamy Ryan Wary in the 300 intermediate hurdles, after Wary beat him on Saturday at Lock Haven. Cuzzo won in 39.97, while Wary finished second in 41.04. Cuozzo also won the long jump (19-6 ¾).

Stelly won the 400 (50.99) and the 800 (2:05.79). Schwoyer won the 1600 (4:40.58) and 3200 (10:24.65).

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