LEBANON, Tenn. – Freshman Joel Barlow won the 3,000-meters, freshman David Covile took second in the high jump and sophomore Jordan Hill placed third in the 800-meters for Cumberland men’s track and field over the weekend in the Mid-South Conference Indoor Championships in Columbus, Ohio.
Barlow posted a winning time of 8:53.94 in the 3000 for the Phoenix and was seventh in the mile run in 4:33.79. He also anchored the winning distance medley relay team of Jerry Rojas, Orlando Nawade, Hill and Barlow, which finished in 10:54.99.
Covile cleared 6-3.25 for second place in the high jump and Dylon Dishman was fourth with a mark of 6-1.5. Sophomore Ishmael Arnold finished seventh in the long jump with a mark of 21-1.25 while Scott was third in the weight throw (46-4) and seventh in the shot put (43-4).
Elsewhere for the men, freshman Tyler Williams placed fourth in the 60-meters in 7.03 and was fourth in the 200-meters in 22.69. Sophomore Donta Bertrand finished eighth in both events with times of 7.21 and 23.06.
Arnold was sixth in the 400-meters in 52.18 and sophomore Hill placed third in the 800-meters in 2:00.67. Freshman Parker Kuchek finished eighth in the 60-meter hurdles and the men’s 4x400-meter relay of Travon Wimley, Bertrand, Hill and Arnold was third in 3:30.88.