Panthers compete in Grand Junction

RHS freshman Chloe Goshe flies over the hurdles at the Frank Woodburn Invitational at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction last weekend. Goshe took 17th in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 19.25.
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RANGELY | The Rangely Panthers headed to Stocker Stadium on Saturday for the Frank Woodburn Invitational hosted by Palisade High School.  With 24 teams and more than 800 athletes, the Panthers were going to have to be at their best if they were going to place.
Makenzie Cochrane, rose to the challenge as she placed in both her throws. She had a new personal best of 33 feet 1.5 inches in the shot placing seventh and then turned around to place third in the discus with a throw of 104-4.
Senior Marshall Webber placed 11th in the 110 high hurdles and ninth in the 300-meter hurdles, which was impressive since he was in the first heat and didn’t have any competition. He used the races as a training opportunity.
Senior Breanna Davis represented the Panthers well by placing 20th in the shot put with a throw of 28-7 and earned a new season’s best record in the discus.
Sophomore Dixie Rhea took 12th place in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.76 seconds. Freshman Chloe Goshe took 17th in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 19.25. Mary Scoggins took 15th in the long jump with a jump of 14-2. Timothy Scoggins set a new personal record in the high jump with a leap of 5-4 for ninth place.
Several of the freshmen broke their personal records. Brooke Filfred improved by almost two feet in the shot put with a throw of 25-6.5. Colton Noel took 13 seconds off his best 800-meter run for a new personal record of 2:32.27.
The Panthers will be running in the Phil Wertman Invitational on Friday, April 12 in Grand Junction. Fruita Monument will host the meet.

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