PARIS — Sulphur Springs teams won second and third places in two boys divisions at the Paris middle school track meet Friday.
In eighth grade action — Sulphur Springs had 198 points and finished second to Paris, according to information turned in by coach Lawson Crook.
Jaylon Hawkins was first in the shot, long jump and 100-meter run. Mason Buck was first in the 110-hurdles and 330-hurdles, BradenVon Reyn took second in the 300-hurdles and second in the 110-hurdles. Tyrese Peters was second in the triple jump, third in the long jump and third in the 400-meter run. Tyrik Cork took second in the 200-meter run, third in the 100-meter dash and fourth in the long jump. The relay team of Hawkins, Heston Golightly, Peters and Israel Lopez were first in the 4x100, but disqualified for a lane violation.
The relay team of Buck, Golightly, Lopez and Azar Myles was second in the 4x200. Myles, Peters, Von Reyn and Lopez took secon in the 4x400 relay.
The seventh grade boys team scored 169 for third place. Paris won the event with 222 points and North Lamar was second with 181 points.
Ryan Humphries won the 300-meter hurdles and took third in the triple jump. Tiesan Goodson was first in the triple jump and second in the long jump. Terrell Turman took third in the 300-hurdles and fourth in the110-hurdles. Tyreese Pryor finished second in the shot and took fifth in the 200-meter run. Byrson Lynn was third in the pole vault. Taylor Arrington took fourth in the 200-meter run.
The team team of Goodson, Arrington, Pryor and Humphries won the 4x200 and took second in the 4x100 relay. The relay team of Goodson, Turman, Arrington and Bryan Camacho finished second in the 4x400 relay.
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