The Lady Royals dominated the Regional competition by winning 5 events, setting 2 meet records and 3 school records. The team scored 121 points almost 45 points ahead of 2nd place Carmel. Camille Christopher set 2 school records and a regional record as she blazed to wins in the 100 and 200 in 11.66 and 24.81 seconds respectively. She was joined by Tierra Sydnor, Alyssa Barker, and Olivia Burgess as they won the 400 Relay in 47.57 seconds. Sydnor also had a big night as she set a school record in the 400 dash where she was second place in 56.41 seconds and she also won the long jump with a lead of 17′ 9.5″. She was then joined by Burgess, Mya Hammons, and Annice McFarland to place second in the 1600 Relay in 3:54.08. Mia Mackenzie was another big performer on the night, she won the the 100 hurdles in 14.76 seconds and was second in the 300 hurdles in 44.65 seconds. Burgess also ran well in the 200 dash with a PR of 25.38 in third to advance to state. The pole vault was once again a bright spot for the Royals, Kennedy Drish and Jessica Bray going 1-2 both clearing 12′ 2″ with Drish winning on misses and earning the meet record. In the distance events Lulu Black had a huge PR to earn second place in the 3200 in 10:51.48, very close to a school record. The 3200 Relay of Ellie Pedersen, Maddie Mirro, McFarland, and Sammie Alphin placed 6th, but will get a call back to the state meet with their time of 9:34.29. Pedersen also gets a call back with her 4th place performance in the 800 at 2:19.21. Tayah Irvin had a PR in the 100 hurdles at 15.33 seconds, just missing a call back to state with her 6th place finish. Valerie Obear just missed the state standard in the discus as she threw 121′ 7″ to place 7th. Lilly Cummins also placed 7th in the 3200 run in 11:19.81. The team now prepares for the state track meet on Friday, June 1 at IU.
|Hamilton Southeastern High School||1st||121|
|Carmel High School||2nd||76|
|West Lafayette High School||3rd||69|
|Brownsburg High School||4th||56|
|Fishers High School||5th||50|