The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


April 28, 2014

Richland’s Warshel wins four events

BELLWOOD — A number of area athletes excelled Monday at the Bellwood-Antis Track and Field Invitational.

Richland’s Kelci Warshel won four events, sweeping both the 100 and 300 hurdles races as well as the triple and long jumps.

She received the meet’s outstanding jumper award.

Rams’ teammate Maddison Feather claimed the win in the pole vault.

United senior Kennedy Fletcher was the top thrower in the discus and was chosen as the outstanding thrower. Northern Cambria’s Renee Paronish topped the field in the javelin.

Richland won the team competition with 100 points, just ahead of host Bellwood-Antis with 95 points.

The Bedford boys were the team winners with 92 points followed by Richland with 67.25.

The Bisons’ Will Kachman, who was selected the boys outstanding runner, won both the 1600 and the 3200 while teammate Dan Arnold won the 300 hurdles.

Bedford also chalked up victories in both the 3200 and 1600 relays.

Cambria Heights’ senior Shawn Lacue had the top leaps in both the high jump and the long jump and was chosen as the meet’s outstanding boys’ jumper.

Northern Cambria senior Gus Yahner won the pole vault competition while Richland junior Linnie Joy won the shot put competition.

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