Stars, Mustangs race to dead heat

BNL’s Carter Kimmel won the discus during Tuesday’s meet with Edgewood.
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BEDFORD – Bedford North Lawrence and Edgewood finished in a rare team dead heat during boys track action on Tuesday.

The Stars and Mustangs both totaled 66 points. In the girls meet, Edgewood posted a 60-54 victory.

BNL won seven individual events in the boys meet. Noah Carter crossed first in the 110-meter high hurdles in 16.08 seconds, Zane Thompson won the 300 hurdles, and Jonah Bailey took the 800. The Stars also fared well in the field events with four wins, including Coleton Sears (5-8 in the high jump and 19-10 3/4 in the long jump), Frank Decker (8-6 in the pole vault) and Carter Kimmel (134-7 in the discus).

The Stars also won the 400 relay in 46.42.

In the girls meet, Lindley Steele was a triple threat for the Stars as she claimed the 100 (12.99), 200 (27.80) and long jump (16-1 1/4). Grace Tanksley was a double winner in the 1600 (5:47.16) and 3200 (12:02.97).

Other winners for BNL included Alessia Agostini (18.39 in the 100 hurdles), Savannah Russell (1:14.17 in the 400) and Autumn Hall (108-11 in the discus).

BNL will compete at Brown County on Saturday.