ALEXANDER — While Oakfield-Alabama swept Monday’s track and field meet in Alexander, three school-cords were broken.
The O-A boys defeated Alexander (112-29) and Kendall while the Trojan boys defeated Kendall (107-27).
The O-A girls also defeated Alexander (77-63) and Kendall (105-33) while the Lady Trojans defeated Kendall (99-39).
A trio of school records were broken including two by Alexander’s Jadyn Mullen as she broke her own records in both the 100 hurdles (15.54) and 400 hurdles (1:06.14).
Oakfield-Alabama’s Paige Harding broke the girls’ pole vault record with a vault of 10-3.
O-A/E won two of the three relays including the 4X8 as Kayla Harding, Caroline Luft, Brooke Kennedy, and Angelina Luker won the event in 13:37.
O-A/E also won the 4X1 with Christina Bartholomew, Jenna Jaszko, Sydney Reilley, and Brooke Reding hitting the finish line in 55.4 seconds.
Alexander won the 4X4 as Mullen, Shannon Schmieder, Aaliyah Wright, and Laurel Kania won with a time of 4:25.5.
Mullen was a quadruple winner as she also captured the high jump (4-11).
McKenna Johnson was a triple winner for O-A/E as she won the 100 (12.7), 200 (27.2), and 400 (64.0).
Double winners included O-A/E’s Kayla Harding in the 3000 and 4X8; Alexander’s Samantha Kabel in the shot put (31-11) and discus (89-10); and Schmieder in the long jump (14-10 1/2) and 4X4; and Kendall’s Hannah Brundage in the 800 (2:47.7) and 1500 (5:52).
The O-A/E boys swept all three relays as Parker Dobson, Kam Cusmano, Nate Schildwaster, and Noah Currier won the 4X1 (47.0); Jose Venegas, Kyle Porter, Schildwaster, and Jordan Schlagenhauf won the 4X4 (3:50.8) and Colton Yasses, Porter, Chris Lagunes, and Eli Williams) won the 4X8 (10:23.7).
Kam Cusmano was a quadruple winner as he captured the 110 hurdles (15.6), triple jump (38-2), high pump (5-7) and 4X1.
Currier was also victorious in all four events winning the 100 (11.2), 200 (23.5), long jump (17-10 1/2), and 4X1.
Porter was a triple winner as he captured the 400 (55.1) and was also on both the 4X4 and 4X8.
Alexander’s Brayden Woods was a double winner as he captured the pole vault (10-3) and 400 hurdles (61.4).
O-A/E’s Connor Domoy won both the 1600 (5:05.5) and 3200.