Six records fell at the Kodiak Quad Meet over the weekend, with the visiting Bartlett Golden Bears setting all of them. The Bartlett girls, on the strength of sprinter Rosie Smith’s performance, took first place, edging the host Kodiak High School Lady Bears 92-to-73.5. Anchorage Christian School was third with 55.5 points, while Port Lions had 18.
On the boys’ side, the home town Bears came out on top with 76 points to Bartlett’s 71. ACS had 25.
Athletes of the meet honors were awarded to Kodiak athletes Jaymi Bethea and Dylan Anthony, who each won four events.
You can find complete individual and team results here.
Bethea (beth-ee-ay) won the 800- and 1,600-meter races, and was on the 4-by-400 and 4-by-800 relay teams. Anthony also won in the 800 and 1,600- races, and added the 3,200. He was also on the 4-by-800 relay.
As for the marks that fell, Bartlett’s Smith took more than a second off the 100-meter hurdles record, winning in 15.39-seconds. She also took more than a half-second off the 300 hurdles record. Bartlett’s 4-by-100 and 4-by-200 squads also were record-breakers. In the 4-by-400 relay, both Bartlett and Kodiak teams bettered the record of 3-minutes 36-seconds set in 2001, though the Golden Bears beat the hometown Bears. The other meet record to fall was in boys’ long-jump, where Bartlett’s Cyrus Chenault leapt 21-feet 7.75-inches, besting the old mark by 3.25-inches.