T.W. Andrews edges Charles D. Owen for 2A Men’s Crown
The T.W. Andrews Red Raiders took home their ninth NCHSAA Men’s Track and Field and first since 2001 as they scored two more points than Charles D. Owen on Saturday in Greensboro.
The Red Raiders racked up 65 points, Owen tallied 63, Northeastern scored 46 to take third, Monroe scored 39 to take fourth and East Burke finished fifth with 37 points.
T.W. Andrews junior Correy McManus won the 100 Meter Dash with a 10.56 and his teammate Ja’Neil Harris finished second with a 10.63. Harris won the 200 Meter Dash by a hundredth of a second over Cummings’ Jonathan Paylor. Harris and McManus teamed up with Jeremiah King and Ja’len Bennett to win the 4×100 Meter Relay. The Andrews relays squad would have also won the 4×200 if not for an exchange zone violation.
For Charles D. Owen, Jaheem O’Hara won the 800 Meter Run and he was a part of the relay squad that won the 4×400 Meter Relay and the one that took second in the 4×800 Meter Relay.