2016 - Girls

Varsity Girls Track & Field

Coach Peter Livingstone-McNelis
Asst. Coaches Michael Small & Mike Hicks
Vol. Asst. Coaches - Thalmus Allen, Aaron Gipson & Richard Martinovich

 5-25 - BCS Conference Meet

The girl's team took 9th out of 15 teams as result of several athletes stepping up in their individual events. Leading the charge were Senior Sophia Kokolas with her 3rd place performance in the 100 hurdles with of time of 19.33, Sophomore Brianna Salome with a 3rd place finish in the Discus setting a new personal record of 86' 09", Sophomore Arreona Blakely placing 3rd in the shot put establishing a new personal record of 26' 10.5", and freshman Hannah Lee taking 3rd in the pole vault with her 2nd highest vault of 7' 3". A big shout out goes to the girl's team for rallying to put together a 4 x 800, despite not competing in this event all year and having a team consisting of two throwers, a sprinter, and a pole vaulter. Though this team of Brianna Salome, Justice Harwick, Naraei McPherson, and Hannah Le lagged significantly behind the rest of the field, their efforts were rewarded with a 3rd place finish in the Red Division when several other teams in the division decided not to field a team. Go Colts!!!

5-21 - MHSAA Regional

On the girl's side even though the team is twice as big as last year's team, the overall lack of depth really hurt the team at the Regional Level with girl's team taking 14th out of 16 teams. Nonetheless, the girl's team had two individuals as well as a relay team that earned Regional honors with their 7 place performances. In so doing, Senior Sophia Kokales established a new career personal record in the 100 Hurdles (18.74) and Freshman Hannah Lee broke her season personal record in the pole vault by one foot which resulted in her once again setting a new school record (7' 6"). The relay team consisting of Senior Jonae Allen, Freshman Nareai McPherson, Freshman Jamie Jefferies, and Sophomore Ahykla Blakely took home the final medals for the team.

5-16 - Comstock Invitational

On the girl's side, the team took 6th out of 8 Division III/IV teams that competed and 9th out of 11 schools that competed overall. In so doing the girl's scored 6th in both 400 & 800 relays while individually their were a couple of outstanding performances. One of which was Hannah Lee who took 4th in the pole vault with a new school record of 6' 6". The other was Brianna Salome who took 5th in the discus with a new P.R. of 88' 3".

Comstock Varsity Girls Results

5-6 - Parchment Relays

Comstock's Boy's & Girl's Team ran competitively in the inaugural Parchment Relays on May 13 which included the following teams: Gull Lake, Vicksburg, Allegan, Delton, Plainwell and host school Parchment. This meet featured many relays which are not typically run during the regular season to include the short and long distance sprint medley, throwers relay, distance medley relay as well as standard relay events. In addition, scoring for the field events were based on adding the top performance of the top 2 athletes from each team.
On the girl's side, the top performances were turned in by the discus throwing combo of Briana Salome and Justice Hardwick which took 2nd overall while two of the girl's relay teams took 4th. This included the 4 x 100 relay team of Ahkyla Blakely, Jamie Jefferies, Nareai McPherson, Li-Li Martin and the long sprint medley team of Ahykla Blakely, Li-Li Martin, Sophie Kokales, and Tajah Thomas.

5-3 - Comstock Meet

Both the Girl's and Boy's Track & Field teams had outstanding performances in and outside of the oval of Comstock's Track Stadium with the Girl's Team finishing first out of five teams competing.  Team scores were as followed:
1) Comstock 84 pts.
2) Parchment 61 pts.
3) Lawrence 59 pts.
4) Brandywine 46 pts.
5) Buchanan 22 pts.
Enroute to this impressive team showings there were several fine individual performances highlighted on the girl's side with Sr. Tajah Thomas winning both the 1600 and 800 meter runs, Sophomore Ahkyla Blakely taking 2nd in the 100m and 4th in the long jump, Sophomore Brianna Salome taking 2nd in the Shot Put and 4th in the Discus, and finally breakout performances from Senior Justice Harwick who finished 3rd in the Discus with a 13' P.R. and Freshman Hannah Le who tied the school record in the pole vault at 6'.

4-27 - Comstock 55 - Bridgman 72

4-27 vs Bridgman Dual Results

4-22 - Comstock Invitational

The girl's team took 8th out of 9 team due largely to lack of depth, nonetheless, the girl's team had many fine individual performance to include: Tajah Thomas taking 3rd in the 1600 and 5th in the 800 while Ahkyla Blakley placed 4th in the 100, Sophia Kokales finished 5th in the 400 and Brianna Salome took 5th in the Discus. 

4-22 Comstock Invite Results

4-20 - Comstock 29 - Berrien Springs 93

4-20 vs Berrien Springs Dual Results

4-15 - Gull Lake Invitational

On Friday, April 15 both the Comstock Girl's and Boy's Track & Field Teams competed at the Gull Lake Invitational. At this meet, thirteen other teams competed including six Class A schools. Yet despite the intensive level of competition, there were several athletes that recorded some very high finishes to include Tajah Thomas who turned in an electrifying performance in the 800 whereby she took the lead half way through the race and going down the stretch she was a stride or two away from finishing 2nd in a field of 27 runners. Her 800 time in her very first race at this distance was only .7 second off a Regional Qualifying Time. In the girl's field events, Brianna Salome had the outstanding performance of the day setting personal records in both the shot and discus. 

4-13 - Comstock 51 - Parchment 48

4-13 vs Parchment Meet Results

3-25 - GVSU Indoor Invitational

The boy's and girl's track team had 30 athletes compete on 3.25.16 at the Grand Valley State University Indoor Invitational. In this meet that featured sixteen teams, several of our athletes received medals in their event as well as one of our relay teams did by recording a top 8 finish.

Sophomore LiLi Martin tied for 4th in the High Jump out of 12 contestants while Sophomore Ahkyla Blakely took 5th out of 36 contestants in the 200 with a time of 28.37.