The Fauquier track and field team finished fourth in the boys and girls standings Saturday at the Battlefield Relays in Haymarket.
Both Fauquier teams scored 46 points, while the Woodbridge boys won with 70, Liberty finished sixth (32) and Kettle Run placed 21st (three). The Osbourn Park girls won with 75 Kettle Run took 15th (15).
Fauquier’s Ed and Frank Delavergne, Donavin Thompson and Tyler Benson combined to win the boys 800-meter relay in 1 minute, 32.25 seconds and the 1,600 relay in 3:39.85, while Diamond Robinson, Tiana Yates, Maddison Martin and Claire Burke won the girls 1,600 in 4:31.06.
Ed Delavergne and Benson also combined to win the long jump because teammates’ individual performances in field events were paired for a “relay” placement. Delavergne jumped 20 feet, 1 inch to place fourth individually, while Benson leapt 19-11 to tie for sixth.
Dominique Johnson and Unique London combined to win the girls shot put. Johnson threw 36-8 to place first and London threw 27-2 to finish 12th. The Fauquier boys freshman/sophomore 1,600 relay team added a second-place finish.
Individually for Fauquier (before being combined with a teammate for the “relay” placement), Robinson tied for first in the high jump, Johnson finished third in the discus and Corey Huffman placed fourth in the discus. Placing fifth for Fauquier were the girls 400 relay team, the 800 girls relay team, the 6,400 boys relay team, the 400 Clydesdale relay team and Marcus Campbell in the high jump.
Liberty’s Eric Stiggle and Michael Fairfax combined to win the 110 hurdles. Stiggle finished first in 15.86 and Fairfax placed fifth in 16.37. Fairfax also won the triple jump with Anthony Spagnoletti, who placed second at 40-6. Fairfax finished third at 39-5.
The Liberty boys distance medley relay team finished third, while the boys 1,600 relay team placed fifth. Individually for Liberty (before being combined with a teammate for the “relay” placement) Spagnoletti took first in the long jump.
Kettle Run’s girls 1,600 sprint medley team took fifth. Individually for Kettle Run (before being combined with a teammate for the “relay” placement) Geneva Doores finished fifth in the shot put.
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