Humphreys' Tevijon Williams heads for the finish of the boys 200 during Saturday's Humphreys Invitational track and field meet. Williams won the 100 and 200 and ran the second leg of Humphreys' first-place 400-meter relay team. KRYSTAL DUENAS/SPECIAL TO STRIPES
Humphreys' Tevijon Williams heads for the finish of the boys 200 during Saturday's Humphreys Invitational track and field meet. Williams won the 100 and 200 and ran the second leg of Humphreys' first-place 400-meter relay team. KRYSTAL DUENAS/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

Track & Field: Varied weather marks season openers in Korea

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CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – Under bright sunny skies but with serious winds, Humphreys’ boys and girls track teams showed on Saturday they were ready to perform at the Division I level after sweeping every Division II banner there was to win last spring.

Blackhawks athletes won every event in the Humphreys Invitational. Ebony Dykes won all three girls field events she entered, while Tevijon Williams took the boys sprints, Cullen Areniego swept the hurdles, Quintin Metcalf the high jump and 800 and Daniel McIntosh the long-distance events.

Williams, Chasity Johnson (girls 100) and Jaela Higgs (girls 200) each showed the potential to reach Pacific-record times, coach Ron Merriwether said. “It’s scary. We’ve just got to stay healthy and peak at the right time,” he said.

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