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Trailblazers Win Inaugural Kentucky Wesleyan Twilight Invitational

Owensboro, KY – Despite blustery, cool conditions on Friday evening, the Vincennes University Track and Field team claimed 12 combined event victories between the two teams, and the men’s team finished 1st out of 12 competing teams.

The Trailblazers got off to a hot start, picking up 3-event wins in the first 3-events. Freshman Zach Cline picked up a win in the discus with a toss of 140”, narrowly missing the national qualifying mark in the process.

Sophomore All-American Jamesha Western continued the momentum to pick up the 2nd straight event win in the shot put with a heave of 47’7”, and Sophomore Paige Jones added the third with a victory in the high jump.

Other event victories on the men’s side on the day included: the men’s 4x1 team of Freshman Cambrin Dixon, Sophomore Joe Tapreh, Freshman Charles Thompson, and Freshman Cam Law. Sophomore All-American Marlowe Mosely captured the win in the 100m dash, the 200m dash, and anchored the winning 4x4 team that included: himself, Sophomore Kevin Johnson, Freshmen Jacob Adams and Javon Wilkerson. Freshman Alfred Stubbs picked up the win in the shot put, Freshman Tony Cappalo picked up the win in the pole vault, and Sophomore Kevin Johnson rounded out the winning spree on the men’s side with a victory in the 400-hurdles.

Event wins on the women’s side other than that of Jones in the high jump and Western in the shot put included: Western in the discus, and sophomore All-American Merica Valdez in the pole vault.

The Trailblazers return to action this Saturday as they will travel to Greenville, Illinois for the Greenville College Select meet. Field events are slated to begin at 10:30 a.m.; action on the track will begin at Noon. Go VU!