PSL reaches the 2012 finish line with today’s boys’ and girls’ track and field championships at King High School

Renaissance High's 2012 PSL golf championship team (from left) senior Jamil Hague, junior Jaylon Ganson, senior and low medalist Jameel Lockhart, junior John Elrod and Coach Harry Kennedy

The Detroit Public School League will conclude a whirlwind two-day climax to the 2012 spring sports season with today’s PSL boys’ and girls’ track and field championships at King High School.

Admission is $3 and the finals are set to start at approximately 1 p.m.

Today’s track and field championships follow an exciting PSL baseball championship doubleheader Wednesday night at Comerica Park where Western International defeated King 4-0 in the Mega Division finale for its fifth consecutive PSL baseball crown, while CMA, just a year after not having enough players to field a team, won the East-West game 11-1 against Ford.

Earlier Wednesday, senior Jameel Lockhart fired a nine-hole 38 at Palmer Park Golf Course to lead Renaissance to its fifth consecutive PSL boys’ golf championship

Coach Harry Kennedy’s Phoenix shot a four-man total of 189 to finish ahead of Southeastern with 208. King placed third with 251 followed by Southwestern fourth with 258, Ford fifth with 289, Denby sixth with 293, Osborn seventh wiith 295 and Crockett eighth with 297.



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