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SEMINOLE - How does a track team win only four events but score nearly 200 points?
Seminole won the Class 3A, District 11 girls title with 199.5 points Wednesday, and the team's only champions were Allison Salas in the high jump and 300-meter hurdles, Janita Truitt in the triple jump, and the 3,200 relay.
Most of the points came from dominating specific events, such as the 3,200 meters, where Jessica Marzi was second, Mary Taylor was third and Danielle Frain was fourth. In the 800, Katelyn Homme was fourth, Hillary Driscoll was fifth and Katelin Foley was sixth.
"I knew we could do it," Salas said. "We've been scoring a lot of points all season. Two hundred is a great accomplishment."
Other two-event individuals district champions were Delashey Williams of Gibbs in the discus and shot put, and Ali Crabb of Lakewood in the 1,600 and 3,200.
In the boys meet there was more domination at the top. Lakewood scored 170 to defeat Boca Ciega by 43 points.
"I know we lost some small meets early, but I knew in the big meets we'd be on top," coach Royston Dillon said. "The dedication is paying off."
The champion Spartans trailed the Pirates 62-54 after the field events, but in the first race - the 110 hurdles - Lakewood scored 21 to take the lead. Jeffrey Ardis was first, Stephan Brown third and Anthony Jenkins fourth in that event. Jenkins added titles in the 300 hurdles and triple jump, and Paul Britten in the 200 and 400. Seminole's Aaron Thomas was a triple winner (800, 1,600 and 3,200).