BROOKVILLE — With another home meet filled with district-qualifying and record runs, the Brookville Area High School track and field teams swept visiting Punxsutawney and DuBois Central Catholic Tuesday.
The Raiders swept the Chucks (90-60) and Cardinals (124-26) while the Lady Raiders outpointed Punxsutawney (86-64) and DCC (109-40).
Both Punxsutawney squads beat DCC, 123.33-25.67 for the boys and 114-27 for the girls.
It was another blazing run for the Raiders’ 4x100-meter relay. The foursome of Cabe Park, Jack Krug, Ian Thrush and Bryan Dworek broke a facility record with a time of 43.17 seconds, .02 faster than last year’s district-winning time on the same track. Dworek, Thrush and Krug ran on that relay.
Thrush (11.27), Dworek (11.31) and Dillon Olson swept the 100 dash, the first two running district-qualifying times. Dworek won the 200 dash in 22.56 seconds with Thrush (22.69) and third-place Jack Krug (23.96) also running district-qualifying times.
Krug won the 400 dash (54.08) with a district time and the 4x400 relay of Olson, Krug, Thrush and Kyle MacBeth won with a district time of 3:35.34.
Olson (15.51), Addison Singleton (16.13) and Cameron Hooven (16.62) swept the 110 hurdles with district times with Olson and Singleton finishing 1-2 in the 300 hurdles with district times of 40.69 and 42.94 seconds respectively.
Also winning for the Raiders on the track was Ethan Brentham, who doubled in the 800 run (2:05.14), a qualifying time he needed to fight of DCC’s Linkin Nichols who also qualified with a 2:06.34, and the 1,600 with a qualifying run of 4:42.48. Nichols was third with a 5:00.28.
Dworek turned in a strong day in the long jump, going 21 feet, 6 inches, easily a district qualifying distance with Cameron Hooven also qualifying in second with a 20 feet, 1 inch jump. Singleton was third overall.
Hooven also won the high jump, clearing 5 feet, 10 inches, a district-qualifying height, and the triple jump with a district distance of 41 feet, 2 1/2 inches.
In the throws, the Raiders’ Kyle MacBeth won the javelin with his second district-qualifying throw of the year with a toss of 163 feet, 3 inches.
For DuBois Central, Isaac Painter was third in the shot put (35 feet, 2 1/2 inches) and fourth in the discus (100 feet, 6 inches).
Singleton and Lady Raiders senior Dani MacBeth were the Clint Puller Award winners for their outstanding performances for Brooville.
For the girls, MacBeth won the 300 hurdles (51.04) and the long jump (16 feet, 6 3/4 inches) while running legs on the winning 4x100 and 4x400 relays, all of them within district-qualifying standards.
MacBeth combined with Morgan and Madison Johnson, and Morgan Monnoyer to win the 4x100 in 52.43 seconds while running with the Johnsons and Emily Martz to win the 4x400 in 4:23.03.
Brooke Quairiere doubled with district standards, winning the triple jump (32 feet) and 100 hurdles (17.65) along with a third in the 300 hurdles.
Also reaching the district standard for the Lady Raiders was Mattisen Drake in the pole vault (10 feet). Sydney Miller won the javelin (99 feet, 9 inches).
The Lady Raiders trio of Elissa McNeil, Brynn Afton and Chloe Smith swept the top three places in the 1,600 run with McNeil winning in 14:18.1.
Monnoyer was second in the 100 and 200 dashes, Martz was second in the 400 dash, Sadie Shofestall was second in the 800 run and Emma Fiscus was runner-up in the 1,600 run.
While finishing second to Punxsutawney, the Lady Raiders’ 4x800 relay still qualified for districts with a 11:15.06. The foursome included Fiscus, Martz, McNeil and Shofestall.
For DuBois Central, Maria Alanskas doubled in the 100 and 200 dash with winning times of 13.72 and 28.77 seconds. She was also second in the 300 hurdles and third in the 100 hurdles.
DCC’s Martina Swalligan was second in the shot put and third in the discus.
Brookville is off until next Tuesday when it visits Elk County Catholic.