Varsity Girls Track


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Coaches:  John Malone (Head Coach); Chad Salinas, Cara Heron, Aaron Alexander, Taylor Killings, Phil Cox, Bruce Blackburn (Asst. Coaches)
       
Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen
Julia Aleixo de Oliveira
Nicole Erny
Kiaira Fowler
Kailah Jones
Taylor Walden
Tyasia Burks
Shelbi Corlett
Olivia Eddington
Liesl Elkin
Brianne Jones
Uyen Nguyen
NeVaeh Partlow
Andrea Sanz Sanchez
Briana Stewart
Tionna Brown
Vanice Butler
Amy Cone
Aaliyah Jackson
Victoria Kyles
Ashlee Lancaster
Mackenzie Martin
Josilynn McNeil
Asijah Miller
Jada L. Moore
Jada N. Moore
Gabrielle Perry
Haley L. Salinas
Bailee Stump
Indya Swain
Danielle Wikert
La'Bria Williams
Macy Bowers
Ava Briggs
Jaylee Copeland
Shemiah Forte
Shimani Forte
Breanna Harris
Correll Heath
Margo Johnson
Makaylah Kendrick
Kaitlyn McGraw
Haley E. Salinas
Shar'Zayhia Young

Date Opponent Time Score
Mar. 8 HSR @ PU 5:30  
Mar. 10 HSR @ IWU 10:00 am  
Mar. 24 HSR Finals @ PU 2:00 pm  
Apr. 10 Western (H) 5:00 pm (L) 90-33
Tionna Brown led the Lady Kats by winning the 100- and 200-meter dashes. Another first-place finisher was Nicole Erny in the 100-meter hurdles.

Second place finishers included Haley E. Salinas in the 1600- and 3200-meter runs, Indya Swain in the 100-meter dash, Brianne Jones in the shot put, and
Keira Fowler in discus.
- Coach Malone
Apr. 14 Marion Relays (T) 11:00 am The Lady Kats finished 7th.
Apr. 18 Logansport/Harrison 5:30 pm Harrison 99, Kokomo 36.5, Logansport 30.5
Apr. 21 Penn Invitational (T) 9:45 am Kokomo placed tenth at the Penn Invite.
The Kats were paced by Tionna Brown. Tionna placed first in the 100 with a time of 12.53 and 200 meter dash with a time of 25.45. Tionna also recorded a second place finish in the 400 meter
dash 1.00.85.

We had several other Personal Bests in the event as well as Tyasia Burks and Josilynn McNeil in the 800, Haley E. Salinas in the 160 and 3200, and Taylor Walden in the 1600.
- Coach Malone
Apr. 25 Lafayette Jeff (H) 5:30 pm (L) 72-49
The Lady Kats had Senior night on Wednesday evening and ran against Lafayette Jefferson. Jeff has a lot of participants this year and ended up pulling away for the win last night 72-49. The Kats were led by triple winner Haley E. Salinas. Haley ran the opening leg of the winning 4x800 relay team of Taylor Walden, Tyasia Burks, and Jocilynn McNeil. Haley also won the 1600 and the 3200 to round out a great evening. This was even more impressive that it
was our first dual meet without the Boys team so there was a much quicker turnaround between races.

Other winners for the Kats included Josilynn McNeil in the 800, Tionna Brown in the 100, Nicole Erny in the 300 hurdles and Liesl Elkin in the pole vault.

The throwers set had a good night as well with several PR’s last night in shot put and discus. Including Brianne Jones threw 31 feet in the shot put for her season’s best.
- Coach Malone
Apr. 28 Kokomo Relays (H) 11:30 am Complete results  or   Team scores
The Lady Kats were paced by Tionna Brown, who won the 100 meter dash, setting a new Kokomo Relays record of 11.87 seconds.

Freshman Haley E. Salinas had an outstanding performance by finishing fourth in the 3200.

In addition Kokomo turned in a few impressive performances in the field events. Brianne Jones placed fourth in the shot put and fourth in the
discus.

La’Bria Williams added an eighth place finish in the long jump.
- Coach Malone
May 1 Maconaquah/Taylor @ Mac. 5:30 pm Last night the Runnin’ Lady Kats had a tune up meet prior
to Friday’s NCC meet. The Lady Kats finished 2nd in a
triangular meet between Taylor and Maconaquah.
The Lady Kats were led by double winners Tionna Brown and Aaliyah Jackson. Brown took first in the 200 and 400 meter runs while Jackson took first in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles. Josilynn McNeil recorded a first place finish in the 800 meter run. Second place finishers include Tyasia Burks in the 400, Haley E. Salinas in the 3200, and the 4x800 relay team of Haley E. Salinas, Tyasia Burks, Josilynn McNeil and Taylor Walden.

The ladies are pretty enthusiastic about their performances and that’s what we want. We want them to feel good about being rewarded for the hard work they have put in. I want to commend our assistant coaches, Chad Salinas, Cara Herron, Taylor Killings, Aaron Alexander, Phil Cox and Bill Blackburn.
- Coach Malone
May 4 NCC Tournament @ IWU 5:30 pm Lady Kats finished 4th out of 10 teams Friday night at the North Central Conference Championship.

The Lady Kats were led by triple winner Tionna Brown who won the 100 with a time of 11.85, the 200 with a time of 24.73, and the long jump with a jump of 16’9 ¼.

Freshman Haley E. Salinas finished 3rd in the 3200 at
12:32.88 and 4th in the 1600 at 5:50.28. The big jump of the evening was Liesl Elkin who finished 2nd in the pole vault with a Personal Best of 8’3”.

The 4x800 relay team of Tyasia Burks, Taylor Walden, Josilynn McNeil, Haley E. Salinas got the team off to a strong start in the first race of the evening finishing 3rd behind Harrison and McCutcheon with a time of 11:04.56.

Aaliyah Jackson chipped in a 5th place in the 300 hurdles at 52:01. Danielle Wikert set a personal record in the discus 77’8”.
- Coach Malone
May 15 IHSAA Sectional @ Northwestern   Last night the Lady Kats finished in fourth place in the Northwestern Sectionals with 56 points. The Lady Kats qualified three individuals to the Kokomo Regional.

Leading the way was Tionna Brown. The sophomore won the 100-meter dash in 12.86. Tionna was hampered by an injury in the long jump. Despite the injury, Tionna took first place in the 200 with a time of 26.53, and took third in the long jump with a
leap of 15 feet, 7 inches. She did not run the 400 due to swelling.

Aaliyah Jackson was another regional qualifier as she placed second in the 300 meter hurdles in a time of 51.85. Aaliyah just missed qualifying in the 100-meter hurdles by placing fourth.

Haley E. Salinas rounds out the regional qualifiers. Haley finished third in the 3200-meter run with a time of 12:31.29.

Another notable performance came from Indya Swain in the 100-meter dash. Indya finished fourth in a time of 13.56.

Our qualifiers will run in the Kokomo Regional next Tuesday at Walter Cross Field starting at 6pm.
- Coach Malone
May 22 IHSAA Regional @ Kokomo   Tionna Brown ran two fantastic races and qualified for the state meet in the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash. Tionna set a new school record in the 100 by clocking at time of 11.71 breaking her own record from last year. Tionna was also victorious in the 200 with a time of 24.74. Tionna was the defending regional champion in the 100 and 200. The State meet will be held in Bloomington at IU’s
campus on June 1st .

Also competing last night was Aaliyah Jackson and Haley E. Salinas both first year runners for the Lady Kats. Aaliyah competed in the 300 hurdles and finished with a time of 53.40. Haley E. Salinas competed in the 3200 and finished in a time of
12:50. Both young ladies have come a long way this season and they have goals of being back in this position next year and making a run at becoming State qualifiers in a year.
Click for complete results of the 2018 Girls Track Regional.

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