Brookville Wins Boys’ Class 2A D9 Track & Field Title for Second Straight Year

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (D9Sports) – Riding a pair of individual champions and a pair of relay champions, Brookville took home its second straight District 9 Class 2A boys’ track and field championship Friday at Brookville High School.

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Brookville finished with 115.16 points well ahead of second-place finisher Elk County Catholic, who had 60 points. Moniteau was third with 54 points and Clarion fourth with 53.

Ian Thrush picked up three gold medals for the Raiders winning the 100-meter dash in a time of 11.31 seconds and taking home two relay titles. He was a member of the winning 4×100-meter relay squad (43:19) and the 4×400-meter relay team (3:26.92). He was joined on the 4×100 by Jack Krug, Bryan Dworek and John Frank and on the 4×400 by Dillon Olson, Krug and Frank. Thrush also finished second in the 200-meter dash (22.34).

Thrush talked about his victory in the 100 making him the fastest 2A boy in D9.

Dworek won the long jump (21-5 ½) and was third in the 200 (23.00).

De-Angelo Coffey qualified for the PIAA meet in two events with second-place finishes taking second in the high jump (6-0) and the long jump (21-3 ¾) while just missing out in the triple jump finishing third.

Olson also qualified for PIAA’s in the 110-hurdles taking second in a time of 15.65 and the 300 taking third in a time of 40.41 while Ethan Brentham was second in the 1,600-meter run (4:35.55).

Brendan Zerfoss of Clarion won the James Manner Award as the meet’s MVP winning the 200-meter dash (22.27) and the 400-meter dash (50.28) while taking second in the 100 (11.42) – he reportedly will scratch in the 100 at the PIAA meet opening the way for Elk County Catholic’s Jacob Kloss (11.43) to go to the PIAA meet in the event.

Clarion-Limestone’s Riley Hummell took home the javelin title with a throw of 182-5.

Hummell talked about his title.

Also having strong meets were C-L’s Austin Newcomb, who finished third in the 110-meter hurdles in a time of 16.24, North Clarion’s Seth Berlin, who is a Forest Area student competing as part of a co-op, and Brookville’s Cameron Hoover, who tied for fourth in the high jump with leaps of 5-feet, 10-inches.

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