Sean Arnold
Jocelyn McGee competes in the long jump for Chiefland in a track and field dual meet against Branford on March 1. The Lady Indians defeated the Lady Bucs after beating four schools at their previous meet.
Lady Indians bolt to track victories

The Chiefland girls’ track and field squad secured first place in nine events to beat out four schools at its second meet of the season.

Chiefland edged out Suwannee 121-107 in points, and handily defeated Trenton, Jefferson County and Williston at the Feb. 27 home meet.

The girls finished second to Bell in their opener and later beat Branford in a dual meet on March 1.

Courtney Hayes and Lauren Jones each picked up a pair of individual first-place finishes as well as a top relay finish for CMHS at the Feb. 27 meet.

Hayes took first in the high jump at 4 feet, 6 inches, and won the 200 meter with a time of 27.44 seconds. She also teamed with Chamirra McQueen, Raven Shepherd and Sierra Norris to win the 4x100 meter relay at 53.89 seconds.

Jones topped her field in both the 1 mile (5 minutes, 47.19 seconds) and 2 mile (12:48.07) runs, and picked up another win in 4x800 relay with Aubrey Hudson, Banner Hodge and Jaycie Anderson, who combined for a time of 10:58.

Norris added another CMHS win in the long jump (13 feet, 8 inches).



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