ISL/MAC Conference Championships

Our teams made Flint Hill proud last week at the ISL/MAC conference championships and turned in some historic performances for our athletes and our program.

Highlights from the conference championships include:

A solid set of performances at the boys’ JV MAC meet on Tuesday. There were personal bests and improvements coming from Micah Krasner, Cooper Wesley, and Richard Ji, who showed the hard work they’ve put in this season paid off.

The girls’ team competed well Friday and Saturday in the highly competitive 15-team ISL conference championships.

Helena Nester ran a set of outstanding races, just shy of making finals and scoring points by placing 9th in the 100 m hurdles, 300 m hurdles, and 4x100m relay along with CJ Stevens, Sophie Bullard, and Emily Quinn.

Chanel Harvey
 continued her string of impressive shot put competitions, with a 4th place shot put of 32’9.5″
Leading the way for the Huskies, CJ Stevens broke through by posting a personal best 30’10” shot put good for 5th place, and earning a well-deserved new school record with a 2nd place throw of 94’7″ .

The boys’ team made the conference take notice at the MAC conference championships on Thursday and Saturday.

Earning points for Flint Hill with 2nd-6th place performances were David Parkes-Johnson (4th 100m, 2nd 4×100 relay, 5th 4×400 relay), Ty Harris (5th 100m, 2nd 4×100 relay, 4th 200m), Jeffrey Wells (5th 110m hurdles), Kalin Sheth (6th 110m hurdles, 6th 300m hurdles, 5th 4×400 relay), Emmet Lee (4th 300m hurdles, 5th 4×400 relay), Om Vataliya (2nd discus), Dash Ramsey (5th discus), and Charlie Hutchens (5th 4×400 relay).

A total of 5 first-place finishes earning first-team all-conference honors:

Caleb Ihegihu placed 1st in the high jump with a clearance of 5’8″ to go along with two new state qualifying marks of 19’10.25″ that was good for 4th place in the long jump and 38’10 that earned a bronze medal for 3rd place in the triple jump.

Matt Harper took home the gold in the discus with a throw of 116′ and also placed 5th in the shot put.

Andrew King absolutely dominated yet again, placing first in both the 100m dash (10.95) and 200m dash (22.67, with an earlier personal best of 22.40 in the prelims), as well as helping the 4×100 to its 2nd place finish.

Anwaar Smith set a new school record in the shot put, besting the field for a first-place finish and a put of 41’5.5″.

Items of note:

  • Huskies throwers took gold in both shotput and discus earning 32 total points, Caleb earned 20 points in the jumps, and Drew accounted for 28 points with his 100-200 sweep and 4×1.
  • The team eclipsed triple-digit points, scoring 100 points for the first time in recent history if ever.
  • As a team, the Huskies earned their best-ever conference finish with team runner-up MAC honors