Oak Glen girls triumph

SISTERSVILLE, W.Va. – Oak Glen’s girls track team took first out of 10 teams on Friday at the Tyler Consolidated Knights Invitational.

Oak Glen’s Kelsey Chambers took high points honors with first place showings in the 800 (2:30.67) and 1600 (5:30.61).

Felicity Nolder was a winner in the 3200 (13:02).

Alex Arnott took second in the 400 (1:05.75) and third in the 200 (28.88).

Emily Delekta was third in the discus at 95-1.5.

Christen Mangano took second in the 800 (2:39).

Megan Nally was third in the 100 hurdles (17.79).

The 3200 relay team of Mangano, Arnott, Nolder and Chambers won in 10:47.

The girls 800 relay team of McKenzie Jones, Natelie Chappell, Megan Nally and Tori Feicht was first in 1:58.85.

The 1600 relay team of Christen Mangano, Chappell, Nolder and Arnott was second (4:39.75).

The 400 relay team of Jones, Nolder, Nally and Chappell was third (56.64).

The Oak Glen boys team took second out of 10 teams with Ritchie County taking first.

For the Bears, the relay teams paid off.

The 400 relay team of Micah Swiger, Chris Bailey, David Campbell and Dakota Price was first (45.93). The 800 team of Christopher Burham, Bailey, Swiger and Campbell was first (1:36.08) as was the 1600 team of Campbell, Cody Tropeck, Bailey, Burnham (3:43.65).

The 3200 team of Tropeck, Tanner Gorby, Zachary Mynes and Brock Smith captured top honors at 8:54.69.

In individual events, Burnham captured second in the 300 hurdles (42.44).

Campbell was third in the 200 (24.21). Tropeck took third in the 800 (2:11.5). Gorby was also third in the 1600 (5:02.75) and 3200 (10:46). Noah Mills took third in the discus (115-3).