Posted by Michael Beaven for the Beacon Journal
The Federal League held its track and field championships Friday night at Austintown Fitch and the Isles siblings from Jackson showed their sprinting ability is among the best in the area.
Carlin Isles, a junior, won the 100 meters in 11.07 seconds, the 200 in 22.36 and the 400 in 49.12. He also placed second in the long jump (21-feet-5.25-inches). Tambra Isles won the 100 (12.77) and the 200 (25.96).
Boardman won the boys title and GlenOak won the girls crown.
The GlenOak girls received individual first places from freshman Emily Mazzaferri (800) and senior Dejaa Shearer (300 hurdles). Mazzaferri was also the anchor for the 1,600 relay and the 3,200 relay. Jessica Dunkle, Jasmyn Hawkin and Stephanie Noussias were on the 1,600 relay and Jillian Black, Noussias and Stacie Clagg were on the 3,200 relay.
Perry was second on the boys side, with Josh Tormasi (1,600) and Andrew Klecan (pole vault) taking titles. The Panthers 3,200 relay, comprised of Corwin Swint, J.D. Horton, Tormasi and Tyler Griffin.
Canton McKinley and GlenOak rounded out the top four boys teams.
McKinley's Andy Moore (300 hurdles) and Monterea Williams (long jump) won titles. The Bulldogs had three winning sprint relay units; the 400 (Tremaine O'Neal, Williams, Derick Graham, Alaun Morrow), the 800 (O'Neal, Moore, Graham, Morrow) and the 1,600 (Pierre Cheek, Moore, Morrow, Dermaine Hinton).
The Jackson girls were second, with Courtney Armsey (100 hurdles), Emily Pritt (1,600) and Hallie Busta (3,200) winning titles.
North Canton Hoover and Boardman were third and fourth respectively in the girls meet.