Warhawks show spark in hosting Early Bird at Nashua

West Fork's Kenna Weaver, front, has Kori Wedeking of Clarksville hot on her heels in the final lap of the distance medley relay on Tuesday, March 28. In a sprint to the finish, Wedeking just edged Weaver to win the event. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

NASHUA – West Fork had some flashes of things to come while hosting its Early Bird meet at Nashua-Plainfield High School on Tuesday, March 28.

Among highlights were 2016 state runner-up Lexi Jones defending her high jump title at the meet and Josh Stevens making up a lot of ground in the final 200 of the distance medley relay to bolster the Warhawks to finish runner-up in that event by less than three-tenths of a second.

Those were just a few example of kicking the season into gear for West Fork’s track & field teams.

“Pretty good for the most part,” Jones said she felt about her first efforts...

The entire story will run in the April 6 print editions of the Sheffield Press and Pioneer Enterprise.