LSE’s Millie Moyer, Kaleigh Schaefer and Tavious Brazil couldn’t have asked for a better day on Thursday while competing in the LSE track meet at Boonville High School.


LSE’s Millie Moyer, Kaleigh Schaefer and Tavious Brazil couldn’t have asked for a better day on Thursday while competing in the LSE track meet at Boonville High School.

While no team points were kept during the meet, Brazil was the only four-time winner for the Hawks by placing first in the 200-meter dash in 26.18 seconds, discus with a toss of 89’-11” and shot put with a throw of 44’-7”. Brazil also teamed up with Brandon Ford, J.T. Washington and Jordan Weaver to capture first in a time of 1:44.

As for Schaefer, she placed first in three events by winning the 100-meter dash in a time of 13.18 seconds. Schaefer also teamed up with Moyer, Havyn Monteer and Sophie Taube to place first in both the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200-meter relay team in times of 55.46 seconds and 1:58, respectively.
Moyer, could have easily had four first-place finishes by fell while leading in the 100-meter hurdles. Instead, Moyer finished first in the triple jump with a leap of 31’-8 1/2” for a personal best and second in the hurdles in a time of 14.50 seconds.

The only other first-place finisher for the Lady Hawks was Sydnee Poindexter in the 200-meter dash in 29.90 seconds.

Other first-place finishers for the LSE boys were Jason Broyhill in the 400-meter dash in 1:01.74 and J.T. Washington in the long jump with a leap of 17’-1”.

Second place finishers for the LSE boys and girls were: Cali Jo McAreavy, 1600-meter run, 6:16, Havyn Monteer, high jump, 4’-8”; J. T. Washington, 100-meter dash, :12.58, 200-meter dash, :26.27; Jordan Weaver, 1600-meter run, 5:51, 400-meter dash, 1:05.72; Andrew Garrison, discus, 86’-5”; Brian Hagen, 800-meter run, 2:42.85; Brandon Ford, triple jump, 33’-1”.

Third place finishers were: Brandon Ford, hurdles, :16.78, long jump, 15’-5”; Jason Broyhill, 100-meter dash, :12.84; Connor Pond, discus, 79’-11”; 4 x 100-meter relay team (Broyhill, Garrison, Johnson, Rogers), :55.96; Kyndall Jones, 400-meter dash, 1:11.93; Natalie Bishop, 800-meter run, 3:06.52, Sydnee Poindexter, discus, 68’-8”; Schaefer, high jump, 4’-8”.

Fourth place finishers were: Paige Peterson, hurdles, :14.67; Kelsi Dillender, 800-meter run, 3:11.40; Natalie Bishop, 1600-meter run, 6:53; girls 4 x 400-meter relay team (Bishop, Shelby, Schupp and Tinsley), 5:27.06; Zac Ruffalo, high jump, 4’-10”; Garrison, shot put, 32’-5”; and the boys 4 x 400-meter relay team (Johnson, Hagen, Kaiser and Rogers), 5:07.47.

Finishing fifth were Remington Hammers in the hurdles in 21.18 seconds and Brian Hagen in the 1600 in 6:15.

LSE coach Seth Brimer said everything finally came together for the boys. “This was their best meet to date,” Brimer said. “I think that every athlete set a personal best in at least one event. Extremely proud of my boys for winning their first overall track meet and getting things going as we head into next week. All the girls also worked very hard for this track meet and it showed with a lot of PRs being set. The girls have now won three track meets in a row which I am very proud of and hopefully that can be a confidence boost for them as we head into next week with two very difficult track meets at Versailles and at Central Methodist.”