CHARLESTON – Ravenswood track and field did itself proud over the weekend at the annual West Virginia State Track & Field Meet at University of Charleston Stadium.

In the 103rd installment of boys State Meet competition, the Red Devils of head coach Todd Murray put 19 points on the board in the Class A competition.

The scoring started late Friday night when twin brothers Bryce and Blake Jarrell ran nearly side-by-side the entire eight laps of the 3200 meter run.

In the end, Bryce placed third in a time of 10:10.17. Blake was fourth with a 10:10.67 clocking.

Saturday morning the two returned to the track and both placed in the top six of the 1600 meters.

Blake finished third in a time of 4:37.94 while Bryce was fifth in a time of 4:40.74.

The Devils final point of the meet was picked up in the late afternoon when Austin Garrett finished sixth in the 200 meters with a time of 24.08.

The Jarrells and Garrett are all sophomores.

Ravenswood’s 19 points put the Devils seventh in the Class A team standings.

Ravenswood’s girls 4x200 team competed and produced a time of 2:00.72.

The relay team of head coach Renee Swisher consisted of freshman Emma Weekley, sophomore Kaylin Butler, sophomore Kassidy Anderson and freshman Skyler Varner.

The 4x400 team had a time of 5:00.99.

Junior Marissa McCoy, Butler, Anderson and senior Kylee Williams made up the foursome.

There were two good battles for team titles in Class A. 

St. Marys knocked off LKC rival Williamstown, 105-99, in the boys division. 

In the girls division, Wheeling Central won the championship by edging out Doddridge County, 69-67.