Mechanicsburg boys win Mechanicsburg Relays


Staff report



Mechanicsburg’s Olivia Skillings (pictured) placed second in the long jump at the recent Mechanicsburg Relays.

Mechanicsburg’s Olivia Skillings (pictured) placed second in the long jump at the recent Mechanicsburg Relays.


Photo by John Coffman Photography

MECHANICSBURG – At the recent Mechanicsburg Relays, the Indians’ boys team placed first and the girls were fourth.

Placers for the Mechanicsburg boys included 4×800 – 1st place 8:51.78 (Joshua Porter, Will Negley, Luke Bryant, Jon Luke Blanton); 4×100 – 1st place 45.03 (Kailen Butler, Liam Smith, Peyton Leeson, Danny Mascadri); 4×400 – 2nd place 3:53.53 (Will Negley, Joshua Porter, Tyler Hennigan, Peyton Leeson); 800 meter sprint medley – 1st place 1:41.47 (Kailen Butler, Jack Wolf, Peyton Leeson, Luke Bryant); 3,200 meter distance medley – 1st place 9:09.00 (Joshua Porter, Luke Bryant, Jon Luke Blanton, Will Negley); pole vault – 1st place (Danny Mascadri – 13-06.0); long jump – 4th place (Liam Smith – 17-09.50) and high jump – 4th place (Danny Mascadri – 5-04.0).

Placers for the Mechanicsburg girls were shot put – 1st place (Kara Bebout – 34-07.25); 3rd place (Payton Murphy 31-11); discus – 1st place (Payton Murphy – 112-00.0); long jump – 2nd place (Olivia Skillings – 14-08.50); pole vault – 4th place (Madyson Wilson – 7-00.0) and 4×100 Iron Woman relay – 2nd place.

Mechanicsburg’s Olivia Skillings (pictured) placed second in the long jump at the recent Mechanicsburg Relays.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2022/05/web1_skillings.jpgMechanicsburg’s Olivia Skillings (pictured) placed second in the long jump at the recent Mechanicsburg Relays. Photo by John Coffman Photography

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