Saint Stephen’s finished 20th overall Friday in the Class 1A state track and field championships at Winter Park.
Four Falcon competitors brought home medals for achieving eighth place or higher in various events.
Alyssa Allen took sixth place in the state in the 200 meters, recording a time of 26.41 in the finals and setting a school record of 26.14 in the preliminary competition. Allen also finished 10th overall in the long jump with a leap of 16 feet, 10 inches.
Hannah Howell took sixth place overall in the 800 meters with a time of 2:21.69 and took ninth overall in the 400 meters with a time of 1:08.
The Falcons’ 4x400 relay team -- consisting of Allen, Howell, Cassidy Whidden and Lauren Csubak -- took seventh place in the state with a time of 4:08.14, earning medals for all four runners.
Juco softball: SCF alive in tournament
GULF COAST 2, SCF 1 -- The State College of Florida Manatees are still alive in the FCSAA/NJCAA Gulf District 8B softball tournament held at Exchange Park in Pensacola.
SCF dropped its opener 2-1 to Gulf Coast on Friday to fall into the loser’s bracket of the double-elimination state tournament.
Former Bayshore standout Cortney Sadler blasted a home run to account for SCF’s lone run.
However, the Manatees found themselves on the other end of that 2-1 scoreline to oust Chipola for the first time in the Meredith Headings’ four years as head coach.
Chelsea Oglevie was the star from the pitcher’s circle, tossing a complete game gem that included eight strikeouts and surrendering just five hits.
The freshman hurler struck out Chipola’s Ariell Van Hook, who is the state’s player of the year, twice including the game’s final out with the Indians threatening with a runner in scoring position.
Oglevie also had two strikeouts in the first game as a reliever.
Ali Geiger (2-for-2, sacrifice), Angie Dascoli (2-for-2, sacrifice), Stephanie Juergens (2-for-2, stole base) and Kayla Schappacher (double, RBI) led the Manatees offense in the loser’s bracket contest.
Kelsey Maffucci drove in the other run with a sacrifice fly as the Manatees jumped out to a 2-0 lead after two innings.
SCF returns to the diamond at 10 a.m. today against Northwest Florida State.