DuBOIS — The DuBois girls track and field team stayed unbeaten on the campaign with two wins on Senior Night on Tuesday.
The Lady Beavers were no match for Brookville (100-50) and Bellefonte (95-54) as DuBois moved to 6-0 on the season.
In the meet, DuBois took 11 of 18 events, led by Reese Sayers who won all four of her events.
Sayers won the 100 dash in 12.5 seconds and had the second fastest time in school history in the 200 dash in 26.4 seconds. She also ran the final leg in the 4x100-meter relay and 4x4000-meter relay for wins.
Chelsea DeSalve, Dayna DeSalve and Brooke Leithner teamed with Sayers in the 400 relay, with Sayers crossing the finish line at 51.2 seconds. Sayers outsprinted Brookville’s Brooke Hummel on the final leg for the win.
Alaina Heberling, Jessica Smith and Kate Sutter were Sayers’ teammates in the 1600 relay as they had a time of 4:18.1.
“Reese had the meet of her life,” said DuBois coach Scott Sullivan. “What an effort. She has certainly put herself in a good position heading into the district championship later this month.”
Dayna DeSalve also got a pair of wins in the long jump and triple jump. She had a leap of 17-1 in the long jump and a distance of 33-0 3/4 in the triple jump.
Also finishing in first place for DuBois were Sutter (400 run, 1:03.1), Brianna Nelson (800 run, 2:36), Cassie Folmar (3200 run, 12:50), Courtney Clinger (shot put, 31-1 1/2) and Ashley McCluskey (javelin, 95-6).
DuBois also picked up three runners-up and numerous more third place finishes.
Maddison King (100 hurdles), Leithner (triple jump) and Brandi Johnson (javelin) all came in second.
Leithner (200 dash, long jump), Eliana Welch (100 hurdles), Dayna DeSalve (100 dash), Smith (400 run), McKensy Peles (300 hurdles), Bayley Strouse (3200 run), Jerica Fischer (high jump), Valla Palmiere (shot put) and Clinger (discus) all finished in third for the Lady Beavers.
“Dayna and Brooke also had some great sprint times,” said Sullivan. “Brookville always brings out the best of our sprinters because of their storied history of great sprinters.
“Kate continued her success in the 400 and tried the 200 for the first time and placed third. Jessica continues on her comeback trail from injury running the impressive 400s.
“In the field events, Crystal Clinger and Ashley McCluskey had outstanding performances in the shot put and javelin, respectively.”
Brookville had two winners on the day as Hali Olson won the 300 hurdles with a time of 49.5, while Megan Grant took the high jump with a height of 5-8.
Brooke Hummel (100 dash), Jennifer Kidder (1600 run, 3200 run), Dani MacBeth (300 hurdles) and Brooke Shattenberg (200 dash) were all second place finishers for the Lady Raiders.
Elissa McNeil had the lone third place for Brookville in the 1-mile run.
DuBois will return to action on Friday as they go to the West Central Coaches Invite at Mansion Park in Altoona.
“Overall (today) was a great meet with several outstanding performances,” said Sullivan. “However, we were far from perfect. We definitely have a couple areas of concern that need to be corrected. We are hoping to put it all together this Friday at the Altoona Invite, leading us into the last two weeks of the season.”
Brookville will compete in the Oil City Invite on Saturday.