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TRACK -- LHS wins county meet

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Zyrina Nueble (left) & David Covile

16th consecutive victory
Lebanon High used a record-breaking performance to win the Wilson County track & field championships for the 16th consecutive year Tuesday, April 11 at Danny Watkins Stadium.

Lebanon finished first in boys competition with 105 points while the LHS girls placed second at 96 points -- giving the host team a combined 201 points.

Mt. Juliet won the girls side with 106 points leading the Golden Bears to second place in overall scoring with 162 points.

Wilson Central was third with 141 and Watertown High accumulated eight points.

All told, LHS athletes broke or tied seven school records during the meet.

Zyrina Nueble broke the school record in the 100 meters with a time of 12.56.

David Covile tied the LHS record with a 6'6" effort to win the high jump.

Damion Jones (11.27) and D'Andre Harris (11.32) finished 1-2 in the 100 meters and both broke the school record.

Akiriona Steverson broke the school record in the 200 meters with a time of 26.48

The LHS girls 4X200 relay also broke the school record with a 1:49.65. Members included: Ashley Grimes, Nueble, Alyssia Francis and Steverson.

D'Andre Harris broke the 200 meter record with a time of 22.8 .

Ethan Njezic tied the school record in the 800 meters with a time of 2:02.20.

Wilson Central also reported several outstanding individual efforts, including:

Morgan Bailey finishing fourth in the girl's triple jump with a school record of 18'10".

Luke Josleyn placing second in the boy's triple jump with a school record of 39'6.5".

Baylor Franklin won the 800 meters in a school record time of 1:56.35. Franklin is currently ranked second in all division of the TSSAA in this event.

Joel Barlow doubling to win both the 1600 meters (4:29.77) and the 3200 (9:56.18).

Kolin Miller won both the shot put (43'2") and the discus (131'8").

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