June 4, 2021

Carmel Greyhounds win Fifth Overall Boys Track & Field State Championship

Carmel took first in the 400 Meters and 1600 Relay powering them to their fifth Overall Boys Track and Field State Championship, their fourth in seven years. Owen Schafer, 12, bested the field in the 400 with a time of 48.36. Joining Schafer on the Greyhounds’ 1600 Relay team were Andrew Willman, 10, Thomas Maurer, 12, and Colton Parker, 12. They finished with a time of 3:18.90. Kole Mathison, 10, and Jacob Fisher, 12, finished second and third, respectively, in the 3200 Meter Run, adding to the Carmel’s point total. Carmel also finished second in the 3200 Relay (William Anderson 12, Shammah Dosunmu 12, Kole Mathison 10, Bingham Hudson 12) and the 300 Intermediate Hurdles (Colton Parker 12).

The Senior Class had a excellent showing on Friday as Seniors took first in 9 of 13 individual events. Ezra Lewellen of Pioneer took first in the 100 Meter with a time of 10.67. Camden Marshall of Corydon Central was the quickest in the 1600 Meter at 4:07.31. William Neubauer of South Bend Adams bested the field in the 800 Meter finishing at 1:53.91. William Jefferson of Whiteland Community ran a quick 3200 Meter with a time of 8:54.05. In the field events, Keon Perkin-Sullivan of Warren Central took first in Discus with a throw of 179-09, Kamyren Johnson of Lawrence Central electrified the crowd with his clinching 7-00 jump to take home the High Jump crown, Riley Johnston of Hobart won the Pole Vault with a score of 16-06.00, and Devin Mockabee of Boonville scored a 23-03.75 jump to take first in Long Jump. What a way for these seniors to finish their high school careers, especially after having their junior season taken away.

Junior John Colquitt of Brownsburg swept the Hurdle events of Friday. He took first in the 110 Meter High Hurdles with a time of 14.53 and first in the 300 Meter Hurdles with a time of 37.84. He’ll have a chance to defend both titles next season.

Junior Tucker Smith of Columbus North threw a 67-11.25 in the Shot Put breaking a 24-year-old State Record. He has a shot at breaking his own record next season

The official attendance for Friday’s event at Ben Davis was 5,375.

 

117th Annual IHSAA Boys Track & Field State Finals

Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, Indiana

June 4, 2021

Top 11 Teams

1.

Carmel

68

2.

Brownsburg

40

3.

Center Grove

38

4.

Fishers

32

T5.

Harrison (West Lafayette)

24

T5.

Warren Central

24

T7.

Plainfield

18

T7.

Columbus North

18

T7.

Boonville

18

T10. 

Hobart

17

11.

Pioneer

16

 

State Champions
3200 Relay: Fishers (William Clark 12, Keefer Soehngen 11, Alec Foster 11, Jaylen Castillo 12), 7:42.46
100 Meters: Ezra Lewellen, 12, Pioneer, 10.67
110 Hurdles: John Colquitt, 11, Brownsburg, 14.53
200 Meters: Connor Czajkowski, 11, Harrison (West Lafayette), 21.55
1600 Meters: Camden Marshall, 12, Corydon Central, 4:07.31
400 Relay: Warren Central (Mbye Manneh-Yillah 12, Otto De St Jeor 12, Khalil Howard 11, Ahijah Sandifer 12), 41.70
400 Meters: Owen Schafer, 12, Carmel, 48.36
300 Hurdles: John Colquitt, 11, Brownsburg, 37.84
800 Meters:  William Neubauer, 12, South Bend Adams, 1:53.91
3200 Meters: William Jefferson, 12, Whiteland Community, 8:54.05
1600 Relay: Carmel (Owen Schafer 12, Andrew Willman 10, Thomas Maurer 12, Colton Parker 12), 3:18.90
Discus: Keon Perkin-Sullivan, 12, Warren Central, 179-09
Shot Put: Tucker Smith, 11, Columbus North, 67-11.25 State Record
Long Jump: Devin Mockobee, 12, Boonville, 23-03.75
High Jump: Kamyren Garrett, 12, Lawrence Central, 7-00
Pole Vault: Riley Johnston, 12, Hobart, 16-06.00

 

Trenton Heim of Avon High School Wins Hinshaw Mental Attitude Award
 

Members of the IHSAA Executive Committee named Trenton Heim of Avon High School as the winner of this year’s Robert S. Hinshaw Mental Attitude Award in Boys Track and Field.

Heim was a member of the 2018 State Champion team at Avon. Heim competed in the 110 High Hurdles in Today’s finals, finishing 5th with a time of 14.77. Trenton also competed in the 300 Intermediate Hurdles. In the classroom, Trenton ranks 24th in his class of 769 students. He is a National Honor Society Member and a Section Leader in the Avon Marching Band. Heim is also an active member of Boy Scouts of America, holding several leadership positions throughout the years.

The son of David and Dana Heim, Trenton will attend the University of Lousiville to major in Chemical Engineering.

The IHSAA Executive Committee, on behalf of Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, presented a $1,000 scholarship to Avon High School in the name of Trenton Heim.