Cavs’ track season comes to an end




Carman-Ainsworth’s Robert Young.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Robert Young.

ROCKFORD— Monday morning was certainly a cause for celebration for our area high school track and field athletes as they showed off their state medals won over the weekend at the state meets. The top eight individuals in each event medal and earn All-State honors. Below are the athletes who placed at the Div. 1 meet.

Division 1 at Rockford High School

BOYS TEAM

TEAM SCORING – East Kentwood 72; Ypsilanti 28; West Bloomfield 24; Rockford

23; Portage Northern 22; Hudsonville 21; Detroit Catholic Central 21; Dexter

20; Jackson 20; Walled Lake Central 18; Ann Arbor Pioneer 16; Pinckney 14,

Waterford Mott 14; Swartz Creek 13; Traverse City West 13; Okemos 11; Saginaw

Heritage 11; Canton 11; Holland West Ottawa 10; Waterford Kettering 10; Grand

Blanc 10; Temperance-Bedford 10; Saline 10; Dearborn 10; Battle Creek Lakeview

9; Flint Carman-Ainsworth 9; Howell 9; Walled Lake Western 8;

Muskegon Reeths-Puffer 8; Bay City Western 8; Midland 8; Detroit Mumford 8;

Oxford 7; Lansing Everett 7; Livonia Stevenson 7; Fraser 7; Fenton 6; Grand

Ledge 6; Walled Lake Northern 6; Grand Haven 6; Mattawan 6; Monroe 6; Traverse City Central 6; Farmington 6; Southfield 5.50; Grand Rapids Northview

5; Belleville 5; Salem 5; White Lake Lakeland 5; Romeo 5; Holt 5; Grand

Rapids Forest Hills Central 5; Muskegon 4.50; Lansing Eastern 4; Lake Orion

4; Jenison 4; Midland Dow 4; Grosse Pointe South 4; Kalamazoo Central 4;

Northville 4; Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills 3; Flushing 2; Novi 2; Brighton 2; Highland Milford 2; Detroit U-D Jesuit 2; Farmington Hills Harrison 1; Utica

1.Carman-Ainsworth: Robert Young placed second in the 110 hurdles with a 13.90. Young also placed third in the 300 hurdles at 38.20.


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