By Marty Gordon
Radford High School won the boys’ championship at this week’s All-American Relays.
The Bobcats tallied 153 points. Narrows finished in second place with 97 points, Floyd was third with 70 points, Giles finished fourth with 50 points, and the Eastern Montgomery Mustangs finished in sixth place.
Radford’s David Woodard and Eliot Grayson were named the MVP’s in the running and the field events respectively.
Woodard won the 200-meters run. Teammate Vance Steele finished second. Steele also won the 400-meters run.
Radford’s Michael HIjduk led the pack to the line in the 800 meters. Grayson leaped 6’4” for first in the high jump for the home squad. Woodward was the long-jump winner with Grayson second.
Woodward also claimed top honors in the triple jump at 37’5”5 with Grayson third.
Radford’s Zeb Martin won the shot put with a heave of 39’9”. Eastern Montgomery’s Seth Burleson and Angel Ramos-Mendoza finished second and third.
Jack Woodard gave the host team another first-place finish with a 121-04 mark of 121’4” in the boys discus.
In the girls’ competition, Radford’s Addie Tapp won the 800-meter run while Angie Lih won the 1,600-meter event.
Narrows won the girls’ team title with 130 points. Floyd was second at 101. Eastern Montgomery placed fourth with 57 points. Host Radford finished sixth.