The Chelsea girls’ track and field team claimed the Stockbridge Invitational title with a strong finish in the final event to pull past SEC White rival Tecumseh 84-81 to claim the crown.

The Bulldogs used a split squad with half the team traveling to Saline for the Golden Triangle and the other half going to Stockbridge and were still able to claim the title.

Chelsea picked up three wins on the day with Karlie VanRemortel winning the pole vault, the 4×800 relay team of Madison Morgan, Slater Boos, Mireille Hunter, and Seren Angus taking first, and the JV 4×400 relay team of Abby Kotlarek, Hunter, Cailyn Jbara, and Tessa Smith claiming the top spot.

The 4×400 relay team of Caitlyn Ash, Elsa Baize, Braiden Scheffler, and Morgan finished second and helped clinch first for the Bulldogs.

India Barney, Baize, Scheffler, and Eva Dewaele finished second in the 4×100, while Morgan was second in the 800.

Barney was third and Jbara fourth in the 100 hurdles, and Lissa Krueger third in the pole vault.

Ash was fourth in the 100 and Baize fourth in the 100. Angus was fourth in the 3200 and Boos fifth in the 800.

The other Bulldog squad competed against some of the states best at Saline and had some strong showings.

Leila Wells was second in the 100 hurdles and was part of the 4×100 relay that finished third with Alleah Wells, Teagan Hill, and Carley Grabarczyk.

Anna Brant was second in the shot put, Kennedy Anderson sixth in the high jump, and Grabarczyk sixth in the 100.

The girls dominated a pair of SEC White matches by defeating Tecumseh 113-24 and Jackson 114-23 Tuesday.

The Bulldogs swept the relays with Grabarczyk, Hill, Leila Wells, and Aleeah Wells teaming to win the 4×100, Addie Howard, Brinna Wenzel, Braiden Scheffler, and Elsa Baize the 4×200, Brinna Wenzel, Elsa Baize, Madison Morgan, and Braiden Scheffler the 4×400, and Slater Boos, Madison Morgan, Mireille Hunter, and Seren Angus the 4×800.

Grabarczyk and Hill finished one-two in the 100 and 200, Leila Wells won the 100 and 300 hurdles.

Ceci Bayer won the 800 and 1600, while Natalia DeMea won the 3200. Anna Brant swept the shot put and the discus and VanReMortel won the pole vault.

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