Hope Bobcat and Ladycat track and fields had representatives to compete in Prescott Curley Wolf Relays to debut the 2017 track and field season at Cummins Stadium.

Hope Bobcat and Ladycat track and fields had representatives to compete in Prescott Curley Wolf Relays to debut the 2017 track and field season at Cummins Stadium. Amongst numerous schools representing for competition featured teams from all over the state to compete in Prescott.

In the boys meet, De Queen placed first with a total of 107 points, Arkansas High-Texarkana finished second place with 95 points, Magnolia placed third with 63 points and host team Prescott Curley Wolves finished fourth with 55 points for the top four teams. In the girls meet, Genoa Central placed first with 157 points, Maumelle placed second with 105 points, Magnolia and El Dorado tied for third place and finished with 69 points apiece.

Bobcat trackster Dekarrien Brown competed in the Prescott Curley Wolf Relays to debut the 2017 track and field season among numerous schools that were represented for competition and finished strong in several events. Brown competed in the 100 meter dash finishing with a time of 11.41. He finished sixth place in the 200 meter dash with a time of 22.90 and placed second in the 400 meter dash with a time of 51.98.

Laymon Howell competed in the shot put and finished with a throw of 38-02.

Ladycat tracksters Leenetta Conway competed in the girls 100 meter dash and finished with a time of 15.50 and Ja'brea Conway finished with a time of 15.96.

 

Other teams that competed in the boys division featured, Maumelle, Pine Bluff, Trinity Christian, Bauxite, Gurdon, McClellan, Ashdown, Genoa Central, Lafayette County, Nashville, Smackover, Malvern and El Dorado, Crossett, Hampton, Jessieville, Caddo Hills and Malvern.

The next scheduled track and field meet HHS tracksters will be Mar. 30 in Prescott for the Merchant Relays at Cummins Stadium. In the month of April, HHS will continue more track and field competitions hosted at Genoa Central and Mineral Springs and the 5A South Conference meet.