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By: Chris Manning | PIAA District IV | May 11, 2022 | Photo courtesy Chris Manning
The Canton girls edged out NEB for second place during an NTL quad meet.
The Lady Warriors finished with 48.5 points, just ahead of NEB (47), while Wyalusing (133.5) won, and Sullivan County (8) took fourth.
For the boys Canton (65) was third, with Wyalusing (102) first, NEB (86) second, and Sullivan County (1) fourth.
On the girls' side, Canton’s Kendall Kitchen (8-feet) won the pole vault, while Megan Eagleberger (14.1) was third in the 100. Kitchen was also second in the 200 in 29.3, and in the long jump at 14-feet, 5 1/2-inches.
Camille McRoberts (2:30.9) was second in the 800, with their 4x400 relay second in 4:31.4.
Kali Wesneski (6:34.6) was third in the 1600, with the 4x100 relay second in 1:00.3.
Samantha Brackman (82-feet, 10-inches) was second in the javelin, with Laci Niemczyk (1:07.9) second in the 400.
On the boys' side Kyle Kapichok (133-feet 10-inches) won the discus, with Ben Fitch (2:19.7) third in the 800.
Caiden Williams (5-feet, 6-inches) was second in the high jump, with the 4x400 relay third in 4:10.8.
Thomas Guindon (53.2) was third in the 300 hurdles, while Brayden Vroman (5:48.9) took third in the 1600.
Isaiah Niemczyk (38-feet, 11-inches) won the triple jump, while the 4x100 relay was second in 51.1. Niemczyk also won the 200 in 24.6.
Kapichok (126-feet, 3-inches) was second in the javelin, with Niemczyk (54.3) second in the 400.
Hunter Huffman (13:53) took second in the 3200.