Wauwatosa West had a 'great meet' at the Dan Benson Invitational on April 29 at Tosa West, finishing third in the nine-team meet.

Sun Prairie won the event with 341 points, followed by Homestead (274) and the Trojans (235.25).

'We had a great meet at the Benson,' West coach Jack LoPresti said, especially praising Cheri'A Adams. 'She won a bunch of stuff: long jump, triple jump and the anchor of the 4x100.'

West had six first-place finishes, including two relays.

Adams won the long jump in 16-feet, 41/2 inches and the triple jump (37-51/2). She also anchored the winning 4x100-meter relay won in 49.12 (Azya McLin, Mercy Ndon, Breanna Weigman, Adams).

McLin won the 100-meter run (12.46 seconds), and Weigman took first in the high jump in 5 feet, 2 inches.

The other first-place finish went to the 4x200 relay in 1:48.59 (Kayla Crump, Brianna Horton, Weigman, Brishaun Bailey).

Ndon had the only second-place finish, being runner-up in the 100 meters (12.65).

Horton had a good meet as well. Besides being on the winning 4x200 relay, she finished second in the 300 hurdles (49.90), fourth in long jump (14-9) and sixth in the 100 hurdles (17.40).

Crump also was solid, taking third in two events, the 100 hurdles (16.87) and the 300 hurdles (50.37).

The 4x400 relay was third in the 4:29.46 (Adams, Julia Larson, Ashley Salomone, Jade Tanjung), and Chloe Beaudoin finished fifth in the 3,200 (12:35.96),

Three Trojans finished sixth: Bailey in the 200 dash (28.62), Larson in the 400 run (1:04.66) and Kim Mai in the pole vault (7-6).


April 29, at Tosa West

Results — 1. Sun Prairie (341), 2. Homestead (274), 3. Wauwatosa West (235.25), 4. Wauwatosa East (146),5. Whitnall (135), 6. Milwaukee Lutheran (93), 7. West Allis Central (58), 8. Cudahy (54), 9. Shorewood (50).