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GOSHEN – The North Oldham Middle School Mustangs are in the midst of a busy track season with several school and meet records being broken.
NOMS competed in March at the St. Pius Invitational with Zach Mitchell breaking the school record for high jump with a leap of 5-4.
Last week the Mustangs competed in four meets at South Oldham, Shelby County, Lexington Tates Creek and Christian Academy. Overall at Tates Creek, the girls came in third and the boys second. The Mustangs took first place in several events.
Zack Evans won first and set a new school record in the 110-meter hurdles.
He was also first in the 100 and 200 dashes and set a meet and school record in both.
Evans capped his day with a new school and meet record when he won the 300 hurdles.
Caitlin Beyea took first and set new school and meet records in the 800 and 1,600 runs.
Cameron Renaud won first in the shot put and discus and set a new meet record for the shot put.
At the Christian Academy meet, the boys were second and the girls were seventh.
The girls 200 relay team won third. Kailen DeShane took seventh in the 200, eighth in the 400 and sixth in the 800 runs.
Kameron Shams took second in the 100 dash while Stefan Aleksevitch was second in the 300 hurdles.
Nathan Jefferies won first in the high jump, second in long jump and third in triple jump.
R.J. Condren was fifth in the shot put.
Following are the new school records:
Cameron Renaud - Shot Put 42-6. Discus - 113-10.
Zack Evans - 200 dash - 24.23. 300 hurdles - 45.27.
Caitlin Beyea - 800 run - 2:36.82. 1,600 run - 5:42.87.