Track and Field Results from 3rd Annual Canes Early Bird Invitational

MACON, Ga. – The FPD varsity girls and boys track and field teams competed at Thompson Stadium on Thursday afternoon in the Third Annual Canes Early Bird Invitational.

Several Lady Vikings and Vikings placed well in different events.

Girls Meet: In the girls meet, the following Lady Vikings placed in the Top-10 –

— Girls 800M — Elizabeth Nelson — 7th (2:45.96), Abbie Burns — 8th (2:46.17)
— 1600M — Nelson 6th (6:15.97), McKenzie Peterson 8th (6:19.19)
— 3200M — Peterson 6th (13:53.98), Mary Jayne Bonfim 9th (14:18.93)
— 100M Hurdles — Sadie Frame 9th (18.13)
— 4x400M Relay — 10th – Burns, Nelson, Emma Lako, Rebecca Leigh (4:46.48)
— High Jump — Lako T6th — 4-02
— Long Jump — Christiny Reeves — 9th (15.04)
— Triple Jump — Peyton Worsham — 8th (30-05.50)
— Shot Put — Maggie Johnston — 1st (35-01)
— Discus — Maggie Johnston — 2nd (127-02)

Boys Meet: In the boys meet, the following Lady Vikings placed in the Top-10 –

— Boys 110M Hurdles — Titus Moore — 1st (15.63)
— 100M Hurdles — Denson Martin — 10th (18.80)
— 300M Hurdles — Moore — 2nd (41.84)
— 4x100M Relay — 9th – Blake Jones, Torrian McSwain, Moore, Armaun Smith (45.28)
— Triple Jump — Smith — 9th (38-10.50)
— Shot Put — Jacob Mullis — 1st (43.09.75)
— Discus — Blaine Kizer — 2nd (117-05), Josh Miller — 6th (110-06.75)

The Lady Viking and Vikings return to action on Saturday morning, March 12 for the inaugural Dick Frame Track and Field Invitational at George S. Johnson Stadium.

Coach Frame has served as a volunteer track coach at FPD for the past 38 years. During that span he has coached over 20 State Champion hurdlers.
With Frame’s assistance, FPD’s girls have won six state titles spanning from 2003-2010. The boys squad has also captured four state championships during that same period.

In May of 2014, the FPD track & field complex was dedicated to Coach Frame. Today we celebrate the completion of a series of renovations to the complex that make it the wonderful facility that it is today.

Frame is currently battling Lou Gherig’s Disease

The meet is set to being at 9 a.m.

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