Dearborn High Boys Places 4th at Warrior Invite w/ PHOTO GALLERY – Press & Guide


Dearborn High traveled to Woodhaven on Saturday for the 2022 Warrior Invitational.

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As a team, the Dearborn boys finished in fourth place at the annual meet. A total of 13 teams participated in the event.

The Dearborn boys scored 70.33 points and finished ahead of fifth-placed New Boston Huron (57).

Host Woodhaven (129.5) was the boys’ champion while Temperance Bedford (117.33) was second and Ypsilanti Lincoln (92.17) came third.

While the Pioneer boys had no individual champions on Saturday, the team came away with six top-three finishes.

Dearborn’s Sam Roberts took second place in the 1600m with a time of four minutes and 36.31 seconds. Also, Kaeden Bryers of the Pioneers tied for second in the high jump (5-10).

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Dearborn High Court’s Noah Dobert during Saturday’s Warrior Invite in Woodhaven. Dobert took third place in the 100m and he was fourth in the 200m. (Frank Wladyslawski – MediaNews Group)

Third places for Dearborn, in the individual events, came from Noah Dobert in the 100 meters (11.68), Adam Haag in the 3200m (10:20.32) and Carter Peet in the 300m hurdles (43.05).

The Pioneers also earned third place in the 4×400 relay (3:42.06) thanks to the team of Ethan Rosbury, Nicholas Palise, Ethan Duhl and Marcus Walker.

Dearborn finished in the competition’s top five five more times.

Dobert took fourth place in the 200m (23.50) and he was on fifth place in the 4×100 relay with Lucas Tafelski, Adam Rammouni and Ryan Elhasan (45.35).

Bryers placed fifth in the 110m hurdles (17.26) while Cameron Smalley was fifth in the shot put (39-9) and Mohammed Obeid was fifth in the high jump (5-8).

On the girls’ side Saturday at Warrior Invite, Dearborn (16) finished in 10th place as a team and tied with Lincoln Park (16).

The Pioneers and Railsplitters finished ahead of Ida (10.67) and Dundee (10).

Lincoln (136) was the team champion while Bedford (123.83) was second and Woodhaven (119.67) walked away with third place on his home track.

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Dearborn High’s Sydney Smith clears a hurdle during Saturday’s Warrior Invitational at Woodhaven. Smith finished fourth in the 300m hurdles. (Frank Wladyslawski – MediaNews Group)

The Dearborn girls earned two fourth place finishes in the competition.

Sydney Smith was fourth for the Pioneers in the 300m hurdles (50.22). The Dearborn group of Ava Wolski, Sydney Staton, Sophie Dekoning and Kaitlyn Dimaggio (54.91) took fourth place in the 4x100m relay.


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