By Kyle Boaz
The Louisiana Bulldogs competed in two meets this past week, hosting the latter on Friday, April 20.
The hurdles events were a highlight for the Louisiana team at the Montgomery County meet on Tuesday, April 17.
Junior Chad Bowen came in fourth place in the 110 M hurdles with a time of 18.05 and took sixth in the 300 M hurdles (46.85).
Junior Kamara Combs took seventh in the 100 M hurdles with a time of 18.40 and also was ninth in the 300 M hurdles with a time of 55.39.
The girls 4×200 team of Raelee Burse, Emma Inglis, Faith Rule and Janel Lindsay came in fourth with a time of 1:57.77.
Senior Michelle Watts continued a run of top five finishes in her events by taking third in the discus with a mark of 93-02.50 and fifth in the shot put with a toss of 31-05.75
Sophomore Faith Rule medaled in the pole vault in third with a mark of 8-00.00.
Senior Dalton Oberhaus finished seventh in the javelin with a mark of 116-01.00 and eighth in the 100 M with a time of 12.32.
Junior Brandon Chatman was 26th in the 100 M (13.16).
Freshman Jacob Gray was 20th in the 200 M with a time of 29.52.
Freshman Hunter Hobbs was 15th in the 400 M (59.31).
Freshman Christian Medina was 14th in the 800 M with a time of 2:23.44 with freshman Grayson Rubino finishing in 27th (2:59.83).
Rubino was also 23rd in the 1600 M (6:20.74).
Senior Raelee Burse took ninth in the high jump (4-08.00) and 11th in the triple jump (29-08.50).
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