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West Forsyth HS
By Coach Andy Carr

The Eagle track teams again lowered some school records and set new top-10 school performance records as Milton was led by the Lady Eagles finishing runner-up at the Sawnee Mountain Invitational hosted by West Forsyth High School.

Milton (2nd-110 pts) bested 4 schools in finishing as the runners-up. Host West Forsyth (1st-237 pts) was the clear team champions. Leading the Lady Eagles was the new school record in the 4×200m relay (1st-1:49.20) which won the event outright and broke the old record by a full 3-seconds (1:52.22) that was set in 2012! Hayden Bendall, Nora Megenity, Jade Sutters & Jessica Sheinkopf won the fast section by just a half-second to snag the school record! Other top-10 marks achieved included Megenity in the triple jump (4th-32’-10.25”) moving from the 9th best to the 7th best all-time and Sutters in the long jump (1st-16’-7.5”) making her now the 5th best. Also helping lead the Lady Eagles were three event winners that included Genevieve Trainer in the 800m (1st-2:29.75), Ella Grace Malcom in the 3200m (1st-11:57.03) and the 8th best performance in school history by Farrah Frith in the 1600m (1st-5:18.00) which saw a Milton sweep of the top-3 spots! Following Frith were Megan Stechschulte (2nd-5:47.93) & captain Shelby Howerton (3rd-5:59.82).

Not to be outdone by their female counterparts, Milton ‘s boys re-set the 4×200m relay (1st-1:32.51) school record by more than a full second (old record 1:33.72) set in 2020. The team of Devin Dahunsi, Ethan Hagel, Ved Rao & Jack Lawson were also the clear winners of the race by close to 4 seconds! Other meet winners included Andrew Dassler who began his comeback from injury with a win in the pole vault (1st-13’-06”) and the boys 4×100m relay team (1st-44.14) that included Dahunsi/Rao/Lawson & Robert Billings. Dahunsi also won the triple jump (1st-42’7”) earlier in the meet before his runs on both winning relay teams.

The Eagle track teams next see action on Wednesday, March 2nd at Centennial for a dual meet and then will host the Milton Showcase on March 4th & 5th! The 2-day meet will see close to 14 schools compete at the Nest.

*Milton Track and Field and the Booster Club sincerely appreciate all of our 2022 Sponsors for their generous support of the team this season! Your donations will help to purchase new equipment and fund improvements for the team. *

We also want to thank our Fundraising VP, Sue Walser, and Fundraising Committee member, Juan Taquechel, for their help in recruiting and supporting our Team Sponsors!

The updated Milton Top-Ten report as of 2/20/22 is included in the link provided. Congratulations to these athletes for their achievements! Highlights include the following new entries for the 4×200 races from 2/19/22 at Roswell HS:
Girls 4×200-2:00.24, 5th best all-time
Boys 4×200-1:34.07, 2nd best all-time
Boys 4×200 “B-team”, 1:38.99, 7th best all-time

The document 2022_Milton_TF_Top-Ten-Report-as_of_2-20-2022.pdf was attached to this post.

Please check out this Patch article from Coach Andy Carr:

Milton Track & Field Opens Season at Roswell Invitational
4×200m Relays Highlight Eagle Effort

Roswell HS
February 19
By Coach Andy Carr

The Milton Track & Field teams opened up their outdoor track season with the Swarm At the Nest meet hosted by Roswell HS and produced three new top-10 all-time marks in the 4×200m relay.

The Lady Eagles scored most of their team points from the distance runners as Milton (10th-39 pts) bested only 2 schools. Highlighting the girls were the runner-up finish by the 4×1600m relay team (2nd-23:27.70) consisting of Farrah Frith, Ella Grace Malcom, Genevieve Trainor & captain Shelby Howerton. The Lady Eagles had a few top-4 finishes individually including Sky Philpot in the discus throw (3rd-80’8”), Malcom in the 800m (3rd-2:26.22) & the girls 4×400m relay team (4th-4:33.35) of Jessica Sheinkopf, Megan Stechschulte, Leelah Dennis & Malcom coming back for her 3rd event of the meet! Even though not in the top-4, the girl’s 4×200m relay (11th-2:00.24) ran the 5th best performance in school history! That team included Hayden Bendall, Brynn Scheel, Maize Engbrecht & Leela Ravoori.

Milton (11th-27 pts) bested only two schools but were highlighted by the performances in the 4×200m relay and the 4×400m relay. The team of Rio Breedlove, Ved Rao, Jack Lawson & Devin Dahunsi finished 2nd in the 4×200m (2nd-1:34.07) running the 2nd best time in school history! Not to be out done, the “B” boys 4×200m relay team (8th-1:38.99) ran the 7th best performance in school history. The boys 4×400m relay team (3rd-3:44.44) also finished in the top-3 with Dahunsi, Lawson, Breedlove & Ethan Hagel to help pace the Eagle effort.

In a unique event hosted by this meet, Milton was able to WIN the 8×200m relay which was a co-ed event. The Eagles ran 3:55.20 for the distance beating three other programs.

The Milton track teams next see action at home with a junior varsity quad meet hosting Roswell, Alpharetta & Marist on Wednesday February 23rd and the varsity squad will travel to West Forsyth HS for the Sawnee Mountain Invitational on Saturday February 26th.



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