SMITHSBURG, Md. — Both of Washington’s track and field teams finished third at the Smithsburg Invitational Meet on Saturday. The girls were third (96 points) behind Damascus (116 points) and Mt. de Sales (110 points).
The boys had 99.5 points and trailed meet-winning Loudoun County (177 points) and Smithsburg (104 points).
Devyn Hosby had firsts in the 100 (12.66) and the 200 (26.03) and also was second in the 400 (58.84).
Pole vaulter Caysie Irving was second. Rachel Krowpman had a second in the long jump (14-feet-9-inches).
Mya Linden (100 hurdles), Sara Pifer (pole vault), Kristen Williams (shot put) and Ashley Warner (300 hurdles) all had thirds.
Finishing fourth was Linden in the 300 hurdles. Getting fifth places were Williams (discus) and Destiny Harrison (1600). And finishing sixth were Harrison (800) and Talia Wilt (100 hurdles).
In the relays, Washington was second in the 4×200, fourth in both the 4×100 and 4×400 and fifth in the 4×800.
The Patriot boys had Connor Flinchum win both the 110 high hurdles (16.88) and the 300 intermediate hurdles (43.93). Derrick Brunson was first in the 400 (51.27) and had a second in the 200 (23.30). Pole vaulter Adian Baker took first in that field event when he cleared 11-feet.
Ramsey Noble was second in the 110 hurdles (16.88) and the 300 hurdles (44.09). Ethan Killbride was second in the pole vault (10-feet).
Ian MacLeod was fourth in both the 100 and the 200 sprint. Kevin Grega was fifth in the 1600.
The 4×400 relay team was fifth and the 4×400 team was third. Christophe Charlebois was fifth in the pole vault and Aron Tackett tied for fifth in the long jump.