Georgetown News
Men's Outdoor Track & Field - Mon, Apr. 26, 2010

Freshman Nick Kelly garnered 10 points in the hammer throw, helping Georgetown College men's track team take a fourth place finish this past weekend at the Mid-South Conference tournament.

Freshman Nick Kelly garnered 10 points in the hammer throw, helping Georgetown College men's track team take a fourth place finish this past weekend at the Mid-South Conference tournament.

Kelly's throw of 35.21 meters, not only made him conference champion, but also was a new record in the MSC. The men scored a total of 108 points to finish fourth out of seven teams. The Tigers were just three points behind third-place finisher Rio Grande.

The women finished seventh, 11 points behind sixth-place Bethel.

Also helping the men were top finishes by Luke Garnett, Zachary Virgin, Adrian Warfield, Andy Farris, Tyler Doolittle, Scott Ritter and John Mayo.

Garnett, Farris, Doolittle and Ritter combined in the 4x800 meter relay for a third place finish in 8:16.45. Warfield took third in the hammer throw with a 30.14 meter throw. Virgin cleared 3.51 meters for second in the pole vault. Garnett also finished second in the 10,000 meter run in 32:54.34 and third in the 5,000 meter run in 15:55.38. Ritter was third in the 3,000 meter steeplechase in 10:33.44 and Mayo was second in the javelin throw with a distance of 53.73 meters.

Mayo was also recognized as the Champion of Character for Track & Field.

On the women's side, Amanda Williamson finished second in the high jump, clearing 1.52 meters, while the 4x800 meter relay of Caitlyn Anglin, Layne Bush, Britney Chesser and Finnja Ramcke was third in 10:25.71.

 
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