Boys Varsity Track · Boys Varsity Track and Field finishes 4th place at (City Final) with TWO event Champions


  Place Points
Evansville North High School 1st 125
Evansville Harrison High School 2nd 108
Francis Joseph Reitz High School 3rd 106
Evansville Reitz Memorial 4th 73
Mater Dei High School 5th 59
Evansville Central High School 6th 57
Evansville Bosse High School 7th 37

Congratulations to the Boys Track and Field Team for their strong performances at the City meet this past Thursday and Friday. The Boys are a team made up of 32 athletes, 6 which are seniors, so we have an extremely young and inexperienced team; however, that did not keep us from competing each night.

The boys finished in 4th place with 73 points on a night that did not lack excite.

The Tigers finished with TWO city champions with one being a photo finish of photo finishes. Our 4x100m relay received the baton in 3rd place giving the baton to our anchor Isaac Robertson. Once he received a clean exchange from Caric Johnson, which by the way was his first time running the relay this season, Isaac was off to the races. It was indeed a photo finish. Memorial 44.61, Bosse 44.62, Harrison 44.67. This race would not have ended the way it did without the quick start from Evan Dean, and a strong 2nd leg on the back straight-away from Ray Brodie.

City Champions:
Discus 1st place – Sophomore Drew Weinzapfel
4x100m 1st place – Evan Dean, Ray Brodie, Caric Johnson, Isaac Robertson

Top finishers
4x800m relay 3rd – (Andrew Golba, Andrew Alvey, Luke Woodyard, Lucas Hoffman)
100m 3rd – Ray Brodie
200m 6th – Ray Brodie
400m 3rd – Lucas Hoffman (51.99) (senior)
110m HH 7th – Elias McCleary (senior)
300m IH 4th – Elias McCleary
800m 6th – Andrew Golba (2:10.80)
800m 8th – Paul Folz (2:12.42)
1600m 4th – Andrew Golba (4:43.47)
1600m 7th – Andrew Alvey (4:46.61)
3200m 8th Andrew Alvey (10:35)
4x400m relay 4th – (Isaac Robertson, Elias McCleary, Andrew Golba, Lucas Hoffman)
Discus 3rd – Jacob Sermersheim (senior)
Shot Put 7th – Kaleb Collins (39′ 05″)

Honorable Mention
Freshman Luke Woodyard ran in the 3rd place 4×800, 12th 1600m (4:59.53) top freshman, 3200m 10th (10:40.98) directly behind his teammate freshman William Hirsch 9th (10:40.53). These were top freshman in the 3200m.

Thank you to our Managers Emily Hays and Anna Hart!

It was a FUN two nights to see Memorial compete in a city track and field championship meet once again!

Go Tigers Track and Field!
Coach Schuler