Mansfield’s tradition of starting off strong in track and field held serve as the Lady Tiger and Tiger seventh graders ventured to Booneville on March 2 to open the outdoor season.
The MJH prep team for the girls took the runner-up trophy for the team standings. The prep men were fourth.
Trinity Triska and Laney Wood continued the workload that they shared staring for the MJH cross country team back in the Fall. The pair scored points all across the map for the Lady Tigers.
Wood took the pole vault title. She contributed in the 4x800m relay, 4x400m relay, 300m hurdles, and triple jump. Triska was second in the pole vault. She placed high in the same two relays, 1600m run, and triple jump.
Maylei Rogers won the triple jump at 26-5.5 and was part of the team’s sprint relay team.
Presley Curry was the top Tiger hurdler with a 20.74 finish in the 100m hurdles. Addison Bowman was the in the running for the top 300m hurdle championship with a 59.0 run over the 8 barrier race. She was second at the meet.
Aaliyah Summers was the fastest Mansfield girl at the 100m dash, 200m dash, and 4x200m relay.
Megan Emery, Azlynn Nelson, Wood, and Triska were fourth in the 4x400m relay. Aiden Fildes, Bowman, Wood, and Triska equaled that spot in the 4x800m coop.
The Tiger seventh grade boys easily won the 4x100m relay. Aaron Person, Austin Ruiz, Toby Towe, and Trey Powell went 54.64 around the one lap sprint.
Towe was the winner of the 300m hurdles. He was fourth in the 100m high hurdles.
Powell was the busiest Tiger placing high in the 100m dash, 200m dash, and two relays. He was also second in the high jump and fifth in the long jump.
Ruiz took second in the pole vault at 7-0. He blazed around in the 800m run for second place at 2:36.20.
Winston Allison, Ruiz, Towe, and Powell were third in the 4x400m relay. Boston Elmore was fifth in the pole vault. He jumped 6-6.