West Holmes sophomore hurdler Carly Woodruff tied a long-standing record in the 100-meter hurdles, helping the Lady Knights track team to a second-place showing at the Mount Gilead Invitational this past Saturday. afternoon
Woodruff won the 100 hurdles in 15.1, tying the school record set in 2000 by Mel Mohr. Woodruff also joined forces with Kendra Martin, Ciera Rose and Casey Ernst to win the shuttle hurdles. In the process they broke a 25-year old school record.
Woodruff, Martin and Rose teamed with Paiten Strother to win the 4x200 relay. Strother also won the long jump with a leap of 16-feet, 6-3/4 inches.
The West Holmes boys won two events on the day en route to a fifth-place finish. Grant Hay tied for first in the pole vault with a school record-tying vault of 14-feet.
Andrew Rose picked up the other win for the Knights in the shot put with a heave of 45-6.