Track

by | May 14, 2015 | Sports

From Staff Reports

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PRINCETON – Clark track and field wrapped up the year in the District 12-4A meet.

At Jackie Hendricks Stadium in the seventh-grade division, the boys finished up first and the girls were third.

Earning points (top six) for the girls were Taika Hunt (third in 100), Amanda Peters (second in 200 and fourth in 100), Mercedes Rodriguez (sixth in 200), Kasie Segleski (second in 400 and sixth in 100 hurdles), (third in 400 and 100 hurdles), L Rodriguez (fourth in long jump), Brooke Gillespie (sixth in long jump), Emie Demming (first in shot put and discus), Chloe Bryant (tied for fourth in shot put), Daniel Landers (third in discus), Bri Seymore (second in pole vault) and Crystal Tice (third in 100 hurdles, fourth in 300 hurdles and sixth in triple jump).

In relays they were first (800) and second (400 and 1,600).

For the boys were Kendall Johnson (first in long and triple jumps, and fourth in 100), Braylen Harris (second in pole vault and third in 200), Jay Hill (first in 400), Jonathan McCoy (sixth in 400), Nathaniel Montgomery (third in 800), Pedro Anguiano (first in 800, 1,600 and high jump), Logan Clift (fifth in 800), Marco Vazquez (fourth in 2,400), Daniel Torres (first in 300 hurdles and second in 110 hurdles), Colton Malone (second in high jump and fourth in 110 hurdles), Jay Hill (second in triple and long jumps), Elian Guerra (sixth in triple jump), Jeffrey Deeds (first in pole vault), Zach Therrian-Martin (fourth in pole vault), Corey Owens (second in discus and shot put), Alberto Ortega (third in shot put), Tyler Fisher (first in discus) and Elian Guerra (fifth in 300 hurdles).

Within the eighth-grade division, the Lady Panthers were first and Panthers finished up second.

In the top six for the girls were Avery Alexander (second in 100), Ceniya Green (first in 100), Dami Oyatayo (first in 200 and second in triple jump), Tiffany Boone (third in 200 and fifth in 100 hurdles), Morgan Douglas (sixth in 200), Athena Kirby (fourth in 400 and tied for fourth in high jump), Laura Staley (first in 400), Taylor Price (third in 800), Katelyn Bailey (first in pole vault, and second in 1,600 and 3,200), Haley Bell (third in 100 hurdles), Cameron Wilson (second in 100 and 300 hurdles), Saige Singer (fourth in 300 hurdles), Avery Alexander (first in long jump), Alana Seymore (first in 300 hurdles and fourth in long jump), Dezeray Reber (second in shot put), Haley McCracken (first in discus and third in shot put), Cynthia Guevara (fourth in discus), Lizzie Jondron (fifth in shot put) and Abbi Smalley (sixth in triple jump).

In relays they took first in the 400, 800 and 1,600.

On the boys side were Issac Graham (first in pole vault, and fourth in 100 and 200), Xavier Thomas (fifth in 1000, Cortez Hogan (first in 400 and long jump, and second in triple jump), Vidal Hernandez (second in 800 and sixth in 1,600), Michael Balderas (sixth in 800), Luis Landin (sixth in 2,400), Steve Valladares (fifth in 2,400), Ben Baker (fourth in 110 hurdles), Derian Hearn (third in 110 hurdles), Victor Villanueva (second in 110 hurdles), Tristan Gee (second in 300 hurdles and high jump, and fifth in triple jump), Kole Massey (second in pole vault), Lxamri Bolden (fourth in pole vault), Oscar Ramirez (second in shot put), Marcos Cervantez (first in discus and fourth in shot put), Dustin Davis (third in discus) and Ben Baker (fourth in 300 hurdles).

In relays they were first (1,600), second (800) and third (400).

 

 

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