Boy’s track team claims ICC championship meet


Jim Gerwert

Dylan Andrews placed first in the pole vault and set a new meet record as B-A won the ICC championship meet at Northern Bedford.

Zach Pellegrine, Sports Writer

After going undefeated in the regular season and claiming the regular season ICC championship, the boy’s track team was able to defend their title in a battle of the best versus the best, winning the  ICC meet held at Northern Bedford High School Monday afternoon.

The top three teams were Bellwood-Antis (119.5), Southern Huntington (86.5), and Everett (80).

The boy’s team boasted three individual champions and one relay winner, including Sean Mallon in the 400 (52.8) Hunter Shawley in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles (16.43, 41.81), and Dylan Andrews in the pole vault (13-2) The 400 relay of Cooper Keen, Mallon, Shawley and Danny Weeden also won (45.49).

Andrews established a new meet record with his jump.

Bellwood continued iits dominant run in the ICC in their second to last season in the league, claiming their 19th overall ICC championship in the last 20 years. The team, like all B-A athletic teams, will soon move to the Laurel Highlands.

Girl’s Track Team

After winning the regular season ICC championship, the girls team came up short in the ICC meet. The Lady Devils (90) got second coming up short of the Lady hornets(136), and just edging out Southern Huntington (75).

The Lady Devils had winners in the 100 hurdles (Sophia Nelson: 17.45), 3200 relay (11.28), and Lydia Worthing won pole vault with a jump of 10-3, establishing a new personal best.