The Reeds Spring High School boys track and field team dominated the COC-Small Championship, winning ten events and the overall title. The Wolves scored 194 points while the second-place team scored 127.
Individual winners include:
Hunter Flett- 100-meter dash
Korey Robinette- 200-meter dash
Matt Krulic- 400-meter dash
Ransom Allphin- 110-meter hurdles
Ransom Allphin- 300-meter hurdles
Gabe Corn- Triple jump
Garrett Miller- Javelin throw
4x100 meter relay (Robinette, Flett, Colter Whitten, Keenan Haynes)
4x200 meter relay (Haynes, Whitten, Allphin, Robinette)
4x400 meter relay (Allphin, Corn, Nick Haddock, Jarod Cole)
The girls placed fifth overall, with the 4x800 meter relay team finishing second (Rachel Bagg, Madison Bagg, Tammy Draper, Kayla Dahms).
The boys tennis team finished third in the COC-Small Tournament. Joel Gertson was named first-team all-conference in singles play. Harley Caudill and Dyllan Harris were named to the third team all-conference for singles. Caudill and Harris were also named to third team all-conference for doubles, along with Gertson and JP Gardner.
On Friday, May 6 the Wolves defeated the district's top-seeded team, Greenwood Lab School, 5-4.
Scott Mueller, Harris, and Gertson won singles matches while the doubles teams of Harris and Caudill and Gertson and Gardner also won.
The Wolves defeated New Covenant Academy 14-13, lost to Hollister 3-2, beat Billings 10-4, and lost to Monett 9-6.
The boys golf team competed in the district tournament at Silo Ridge in Bolivar. The Wolves finished 10th, with low score honors going to Adam Taylor (110).