|Wright, Green take home golds|
|From Staff Reports|
March 27, 2004 -- ROCKWALL -- Led by a first-place finish from the 400-meter relay team and winning efforts from Kendall Wright in the high hurdles and Keelan Green in the 200 , the Sulphur Springs Wildcats took second place overall at the Jacket Relays before spring break.
The 400 relay team of John Hall, Keenan Clayton, Green and Wright turned in a time of 42.57 second, equaling the school mark of 42.5 set in 1990.
Wright also won the triple jump with a leap of 44-8, his best mark of the season, but while finishing second in the 110-meter high hurdles in 14.85, the senior strained a muscle and scratched from the remainder of his events. He is questionable for tomorrow afternoon when the team runs at Hanby Stadium in Mesquite.
Green won the 200-meter dash in 22.46 seconds and also won a bronze medal in the 800-relay along with Ivan Beard, Hall and Clayton, as they finished third in 1:31.00.
The 4x800 relay, comprised of Graham Northcutt, Ty Stephens, Brody Dyer and Victor Rodriguez, also placed third with a time of 8:41.04.
Jayden Spencer won another medal with a third-place pole vault effort of 11-6, equaling his best jump this season.
Rolaundo Wright had his season-best high jump, going 6-4, to take second. He also placed fifth in the triple jump at 42-3.
In the shot put, Jordan Jones finished sixth with a throw of 47-0.
Logan Turner took first in the 300 hurdles and second in the high hurdles to pace the JV Cats, and the 400 relay team also placed second.
The sprint relay of Colby Mills, Clay Wilks, Brandon Clayton and Jermaine Wright ran a time of 45.28.
In the hurdles, Tuner clocked a 43.69 in the 300 race and 17.20 in the 110-meter hurdles.
The 800-relay team of Clayton, Wright, Tyler Rhoades and Robert Finnie finished fourth in 1:36.6, and Chad Rocker ran a 56-second 400 to come in sixth.
In the field events, Turner placed fourth in the discus and Jacob Jenkins was fifth.