DAVIDSON, N.C. – During the NCISAA 1A/2A Championship Meet held in Raleigh on May 20-21, 2016, the Woodlawn girls and boys track and field teams gave strong performances, both scoring second among all 1A teams – behind only powerhouse Victory Christian Center School. (full results here)
Leading the scoring for Woodlawn was junior Quinn Schneider – Woodlawn’s first 1A/2A All-State track athlete – who scored in three events, taking first place in the 3200m, second in the 1600m, and eighth in the 800m race.
Other scorers for Woodlawn included freshman Megan Dailey, who finished fourth in the 100m; junior Amelia Woodall, who placed eighth in the 300m hurdles; the girls 4x100m relay team of Dailey, Woodall, Madison Berini, and Carmen Lolla, which finished third; and the boys 4x200m relay team of Matt Childers, Jake Johnson, Will Hedrick, and Drew Hedrick, which finished eighth. Seventh grader Natalie Boyle placed fifth in the girls high jump.
“I’m very pleased with the results from both of our boys and our girls,” said Woodlawn Track and Field Coach Dwayne Bowman. “It’s very tough for a school our size to compete against 2A schools. This was the most successful State track meet in Woodlawn history, and our teams made us proud.”
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Woodlawn is an independent school founded in 2002 and located just north of Davidson, North Carolina. Enrolling students in grades K through 12, Woodlawn is accredited by both the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and offers a challenging, project-based academic experience.