The Triton Central, Morristown and Shelbyville boys’ track and field teams competed in the Warren Central Sectional on Thursday.
TC’s 4x100 relay team, featuring Brad Schultz, Brayden Wilkins, Anthony Dunville and Ray Crawford, advanced to regional action, finishing third in 44.64.
Schultz will also compete in the 100 at the regional. He finished third on Thursday in 11.29.
Aiden Lindsey will represent the Tigers in regional competition, as well. He was third in the high jump at the sectional, clearing 6-2.
Shelbyville’s Sam Price was third in the 400 to qualify for the regional. He finished in 52.56. Also for the Golden Bears, Beau Kenkel received a call back in the 1,600. He finished fourth overall Thursday in 4:51.34.
Morristown was led by Jacob Batten, who placed seventh in the 800. He was seeded 12th and improved his time by nearly six seconds to finish in 2:08.69.
“Excellent performances were also turned in by the rest of the team,” said MT head coach Steve Gosnell. “With no seniors on this year’s team, the prospects for next year are promising.”
The Warren Central Sectional feeds into the Warren Central Regional, which will take place on May 27.
Tatlock earns scholarship
Southwestern senior Trinity Tatlock received special recognition from the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association (ICGSA) this week.
Tatlock, a three-sport athlete during her time at SW, was awarded the ICGSA Athlete Scholarship for volleyball. A scholarship ($1,000) is awarded to senior athletes, one from each of the 10 IHSAA girls’ sports.
Each athlete was nominated by her coach and principal of her respective high school.
The recipients were chosen based on the following criteria: well-rounded, positive role models who have demonstrated excellence in academics, school and community involvement, character, sportsmanship and citizenship.