Reds Face Dodgers
Reds T-ball player Hunter Jones prepares to drive his teammates in with a big hit while playing the Dodgers.
Reds T-ball team player Karcher Stout celebrates as he crosses home plate at the Butchersville Baseball complex.
Emily Louk, Lee, White Place at State Track Meet
The Lewis County Maids and Minutemen track team members who qualified for last week’s WV State Track Meet traveled to Laidley Field in Charleston to take part in the annual meet. The WV State Track Meet is one of the biggest sporting events annually on the sports calendar.
Maids track team members at the state meet included Sophomore Emily Louk in the 800 meter run, Junior Emilee Spangler, Freshman Brooke Bennett, sophomore Sarah Flesher and sophomore Emily Louk in the 4 x 800 meter relay. Emily Louk earned a 4th place finish in the 800 meter run. Emilee Spangler, Brooke Bennett, Sarah Flesher and Emily Louk would earn a 8th place finish in the 4 x 800 meter relay. The Maids scored 4 points to finish in 20th place out of 25 teams entered with 18 events being held. Winfield High school claimed the girls title with 71 points scored.
Minutemen track performers making the trip south for the State Meet included senior, Damien White in the 100 meter dash and 200 meter dash, senior Nathan Louk in the 1600 meter run and Austin Lee in the 110 meter hurdles 39”. White earned a 5th place finish in the 100 meter dash and an 8th place finish in the 200 meter dash. Lee brought home a 4th place finish in the 110 meter hurdles 39” while Louk logged a 16th place finish in the 1600 meter run. The local performers combined to score 6 points and earned a 22nd place finish out of 25 teams with 18 events being scored. Cabell Midland High School won the boys meet with 83 points scored.
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