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May 18, 2014

Monongah wins Mason Dixon Championship

FAIRMONT — The Monongah Middle Boys added to their first ever Marion Championship by winning their first ever Mason Dixon Championship.

Monongah scored 116 points, followed by Mannington in second with 100, and Fairmont Catholic in third with 89 points. The high point for the boys was Steven Mays from Rivesville with a total of 38 points.

It took a total team effort from Monongah to win the championship.

The 4 X 100 (Travis Anderson, Caleb Haney, Jacob Roberts, Josh Leonard) took first with a time 54.69. The shuttle hurdle team (Caleb Haney, Triston Hulderman, Dalton Malcomb and Hunter Honsaker) also crossed the line first with a time of 42.26.

Second place finishers were: Chaz Colanero (3200), the 4X200 (Travis Anderson, Caleb Haney, Jacob Roberts and Chandler Funkhouser) and Hunter Honsaker (75 meter hurdles).

Third place finishers were: Dalton Malcomb (shot put), Dalton Malcomb (discus), Jacob Roberts (long jump), Josh Leonard (100 meter), Chandler Funkhouser (800 meter), 4x800 (Chaz Colanero, Beau Bearden, Brendan Megna and Chase Colanero), 4X400 (Travis Anderson, Justin Fleming, Evan Harbert and Triston Hulderman).

Fourth place finishers were: Dalton Malcomb (75 meter hurdles), Chandler Funkhouser (high jump), Brendan Megn (3200), Hunter Honsaker (200 meter hurdles).

Fifth place finishers were: Jacob Roberts (100 meter), Josh Leonard (long jump), Chandler Funkhouser (400 meter), Chaz Colanero (1600 meter) and Chase Colanero (3200 meter).

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