Regional champions for LC on the men's side were Dakota Cabbage
in pole vault; Demonte Hill in the long jump; Tavion Neal in the
triple jump; Saul Ramirez in the javelin; Jonathon Walsh in high
jump; the 4x100 of Dontae Pryor, Corey Allen, James Jackson and
Reggie Bratton; Bratton in the 100; Cody Webster in the 1,500;
Hill in the 400; Isaiah Perry in the 400 hurdles; Jackson in the
200; and the 4x400 of Jalen Holiday, Josh Montgomery, Neal and
Regional champions for the LC women were Aysia
Prewitt-Tuff in the long jump; Veronica Pierce in the triple
jump; Edraniel Tookes in the discus; the 4x100 of Janelle Cross,
Te'Andria Buliox, Raven Bailey and Kaliyah Cobb; Latasha Fizer
in the 100 hurdles; Cobb in the 100 and 200; Kaiyla Brooks in
the 400; Tina Demongerontas in the 800; and the 4x400 of Fizer,
Demongerontas, Brooks and Cross.
"This was a very good day for both teams," said LC head coach
Brian Herron. "I am very proud of how well they did (Friday). We
were down early in the meet and had to rally for the win on both
sides. We had several athletes step up and do whatever it took
to make sure we remained region champs.
"We now have to focus even more as we head to Purdue this
week and nationals in May. We will be using the Purdue meet to
do some fine-tuning for our national meet."
[Text from file received from Jeff Nelson,
Lincoln College sports information director]