From The Tribune staff reports
Hewitt-Trussville Indoor Track & Field traveled to the Birmingham Crossplex on Wednesday for the Hump Day Octameet event. The Huskies’ boys team won the event with 105 team points.
Scottsboro placed second with 88 team points.
The Hewitt-Trussville girls finished third in the team standings. The Huskies will return to the Crossplex on Monday, January 17 for the MLK Track Classic.
Senior shot put specialist Tanveer Raza placed first in that event, tossing the sphere 56-feet, 7 inches to get within an inch-and-a-half of his personal best on his first throw.
The Huskies’ girls team took first and second in the 3200 meters race, with Avery Cahoon taking top honors and Sophia Knox in second place.
Tori Mack came in first place in the girls’ 60-meter hurdles, and also placed second in the girls’ 60-yard dash.
Girls 60 Yard Dash: Tori Mack 2nd
Boys 60 Yard Dash: Weston Lovelady 2nd, James Hammonds 3rd
Girls 60 Hurdles: Tori Mack 1st, Jazmine Hawkins 5th
Boys 60 Hurdles: Tyrone Reese 4th, CJ Curtis 5th
Girls 400 Yard Dash: Maci Mills 1st, Libby Armstrong 2nd
Girls 800: Maci Mills 2nd
Boys 800: Tristan Teer 6th
Girls 1600: Sophia Knox 4th, Avery Cahoon 6th, Kylee Sisk 8th
Boys 3200: Rush Lachina 4th, Jack Pate 5th
Girls 3200: Avery Cahoon 1st, Sophia Knox 2nd, Kinley Harris 8th
Girls High Jump: Alala McDowell 6th
Boys High Jump: Jaggerd Moore 1st, Andrew Colburn 4th, CJ Curtis 5th
Boys Long Jump: James Hammonds 2nd, Jaggerd Moore 4th
Boys Pole Vault: Daniel James 3rd, Will Cochran 5th
Girls Shot Put: Madisyn Hawkins 3rd, Phoebe Greene 4th
Boys Shot Put: Tanveer Raza 1st, Kade Martin 4th, Julian Cox 7th