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Roster

Track and Field
  • Andrew Alcock
    2020
  • Sarah Spencer Ball
    2019
  • Samuel Bedor
    2019
  • Isaac Bostic
    2023
  • Jonathan Brewer
    2019
  • Thomas Clark
    2021
  • Peter Fox
    2021
  • Sam Fox
    2024
  • William Fox
    2023
  • Grace Haile
    2020
  • Caleb Henson
    2022
  • Alice Holding
    2019
  • Kirkman Jordan
    2021
  • Gunnar Kratz
    2024
  • Laura Martin
    2023
  • JuJu Medlin
    2020
  • Ella Moses
    2021
  • Karis New
    2019
  • Will Patrick
    2022
  • Caroline Ross
    2021
  • Colby Sanders
    2020
  • Winston Tuttle
    2020
  • Houston Walker
    2019
  • Jack Wells
    2023

Coaches

Team Stories

Steve Barnes

The girls finished ninth and the boys were 10that the 3A state track meet held over the weekend at Gaston Christian School in Gastonia. Jonathan Brewer led the boys with a first place finish in the 110 hurdles, a runner-up spot in the 300 hurdles and was part of the eighth place 4 x 100 relay team along with Andrew Alcock, Houston Walker and Peter Fox. Walker finished third in the 110 hurdles and was eighth in the shot put. Alcock, Brewer, Fox and Samuel Bedor were seventh in the 4 x 200 relay. Coastal Christian of Wilmington won the boys event and Carolina Day School was second. Cary Christian won the girls state title and Forsyth Country Day was second. Karis New led the Warriors with a second place finish in the 100 hurdles and was part of the eighth place 4 x 100 relay team along with Grace Haile, Sarah Spencer Ball and Juju Medlin. Haile also finished third in the triple jump and fifth in the long jump. Medlin was sixth in the triple jump and Ball finished eighth.

Steve Barnes

Both Warriors track teams finished fourth in Thursday’s meet at Ravenscroft.  Coastal Christian of Wilmington won the boys side, while the hosts took the girls event. Caroline Ross led the Warriors with victories in the 800 and 1600 meters. Laura Martin was the runner-up in the longer race. Sarah Spencer Ball finished second in the triple jump, while Juju Medlin was third. Grace Haile was fourth in the 200 meters. On the boys side, Jonathan Brewer won the 110 hurdles and was second in the 300 hurdles. Houston Walker won the discus and was fourth in the shot put. Andrew Alcock was third in the 200 and Winston Tuttle was third in the 1600. The Warriors await the state meet May 17-18 at Gaston Christian School in Gastonia.

Steve Barnes

The Warriors girls finished second and the boys were fourth in Tuesday’s meet at North Raleigh Christian Academy. The hosts won both meets. Caroline Ross led the girls with victories in the 800 and 1600 meters with Laura Martin second in both races. Karis New won the 100 hurdles and was part of the second place 4 x100 relay team along with Grace Haile, Sarah Spencer Ball and Juju Medlin. Ball won the long jump with Haile second, Medlin fourth and Ella Moses fifth. Haile was first in the triple jump with Ball second and Medlin third. Haile also finished fourth in the 200. Houston Walker led the boys with a second place finish in the 110 hurdles, a third in the shot put and a fifth place in the discus. Jonathan Brewer was second in the 300 hurdles and fourth in the 110 hurdles. Winston Tuttle finished second in the 1600 meters and fourth in the 800, while Andrew Alcock was third in the 400 meters and fifth in the 200. Colby Sanders was third in the high jump and Samuel Bedor was fifth in the 400. 

Steve Barnes

Both Warriors track teams finished third in Thursday’s meets at Cary Academy. The hosts won the boys meet, followed by Cary Christian and SDS. Cary Christian took the girls meet, with CA second, the Warriors third and St. Thomas More fourth. Houston Walker led the boys with a win in the 110 hurdles, a second place finish in the discus and a fifth place showing in the shot put. He was also part of the 4 x 100 relay team that finished second along with Andrew Alcock, Jonathan Brewer and Peter Fox. Brewer won the 300 hurdles, while Alcock was third in the 200 meters. Samuel Bedor was part of the second place 4 x 200 relay along with Winston Tuttle, Will Patrick and Thomas Clark and finished fifth in the 400 meters. The team of Kirkman Jordan, Isaac Bostic, Jack Wells and William Fox finished third in the 4 x 200 relay. Karis New led the girls with a victory in the 100 hurdles. She was also part of the third place 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 relay teams along with Grace Haile, Sarah Spencer Ball and Juju Medlin. Ball finished second in the long jump and third in the triple jump, while Haile took third in the 200 meters and fifth in the triple jump. Laura Martin finished fourth in the 1600 and fifth in the 400. Medlin was fourth in the triple jump and Ella Moses was fifth in the long jump.

Steve Barnes

The St. David’s girls finished fourth and the boys were sixth as seven teams competed in the High Point Invitational Friday at the High Point Athletic Complex. Hickory Grove Christian won the boys event, while Cary Christian took the girls. Houston Walker led the boys by winning the 110 hurdles and finishing second in the shot put. Andrew Alcock was part of the fourth place 4 x 400 relay team along with Winston Tuttle, Will Patrick and Sam Bedor and finished fifth in the 200 meters. On the girls side, Karis New anchored the winning 4 x 100 relay team along with Grace Haile, Juju Medlin and Sarah Spencer Ball and finished second in the 100 hurdles. Haile won the triple jump and was fourth in the 200 meters. Ball was second in the long jump and triple jump, while Medlin was third to complete a Warrior sweep of that event. Caroline Ross was second in the 3200 and third in the 1600, while Laura Martin finished fourth in the 400 and 800 meters.