North Greenville track and field puts another event in the books
Sunday, January 22, 2017

Lynchburg, VA—North Greenville track and field athletes turned in a solid performance for the second week in a row, finishing the Liberty Kickoff indoor track event, setting several personal and school records.

JJ Sherman and Kyle Joiner accounted for a pair of personal and school bests on Saturday. Sherman set a personal record in the 200-meter with a time of 22.81. He followed up the 200-meter performance with a personal and school record in the 60-meter dash, crossing the finish line in 6.77-seconds, earning him a second place finish. Joiner also tacked on a school record in the men’s pole vault as he cleared 4.25-meters.

Austin Nobles continued his solid career as a Crusader as he turned in a personal record in the men’s 3k. Nobles wrapped up the personal bests for the men’s team with a time of 9:57.

For the women, Sarah Scism, Leah Austin, and Tori Davies turned in a trio of solid performances. Scism set a new personal best on Saturday in the women’s 200-meter as she crossed the finish line in 29.72. Leah Austin finished her race in 1:02 for a new personal record while Tori Davies wrapped up the weekend of PR’s for the Crusaders with an 11:58 in the women’s 3k.


-James Page won both of his heats in the men’s mile run and 3k with times of 4:45.31 and 9:35.39.

-Jordan Ferguson had a breakout performance on Saturday as he finished with times of 4:31.02 in the mile run and 9:20.92 in the 3k.

-Amanda Ward won her heat in the women’s mile run with a time of 5:46.54.