Boys and girls track teams fall at Bedford


Christina Kowalski

The girls and boys track and field teams lost Tuesday at Bedford, but senior Marissa Panasiti was a bright sport with two individual victories,

Blair Poorman, Staff Writer

Yesterday, the Bellwood-Antis boys’ and girls’ track teams had a meet at Bedford. Both teams lost, with the B-A boys losing 97-53, and the girls losing 99-51.

The Bellwood boys track team had a few wins individually yesterday.


Junior Ethan McGee won the 300 hurdles yesterday with a time of 44.4 seconds.

B-A also owned all the jumping categories, sweeping the high jump, with Clay Engle getting first place, Matt Glunt getting second, and Luke Hollingshead grabbing third with jumps of 6-0, 5-8, and 5-6 respectively.

Jake Burch won the long jump yesterday, as well as finishing second in the triple jump. Clay Engle came in second for B-A in the long jump and third in triple jump.

Nathan Davis represented B-A well in sprints, placing second in both the 100 Meter dash and the 200 meter dash.

Also, Justin Gunsallus got first and Lucas Tuggy snagged second in Pole Vault for Bellwood.

The Bellwood-Antis girls also had a couple key performers in their loss yesterday against Bedford.

Senior Marissa Panasiti got wins for the Blue Devils in 100 meter and 400 meter dash.

B-A also had some victories in mid-distance and distance from Riley D’Angelo and Raegan Plowman, placing first in the 800 and 1600 runs respectively.

Marissa, Riley, and Raegan were also a key part of the 1600 Relay team that won yesterday as well, Sierra Stevens was the fourth member of the team.

The B-A track teams will look to rebound in a dual meet against the Bishop Guilfoyle and Holidaysburg track teams tomorrow at Bellwood-Antis.