MEEKER | Barone Middle School’s track team travelled to Craig for the Moffat County meet this past Friday. This meet was not scored separately by age division, but we still saw some good results from our seventh graders: Addie Knowles won the girls discus event, and was third in shot put. Jacey Follman, Jordan Galland, Naomy Villalpando and Addie Knowles took third in the 800-meter medley relay. Aidan Tapia was second in the 800-meter run.
We only had a handful of eighth grade boys competing this week, but had good results there as well. Clay Crawford took first place in the 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, and 400-meter dash, and Cade Blunt was first in shot put, discus, and long jump, and third in the 200 dash. Bradley Parish and Tyler Sanders joined those two in the 4×100 relay for second place.
The BMS eighth grade girls also had a good showing, with the top three places in triple jump. Reese Clatterbaugh won the event, Taylor Garcia placed second, and Adi Selle placed third. Garcia was also second place in the 200 dash. Zoe Baldozier took second place in the 100-meter hurdles and high jump, as well as winning the 100 dash. Daya Trabaudo was second in shot put. Garcia, Selle, Clatterbaugh and Baldozier won the 4×100 relay, and Garcia, Taylor Schacht, Baldozier, and Clatterbaugh won the 4×200 relay.
Meeker will be hosting the Night Relays Meet this year, Thursday at 5 p.m. Admission will be charged at the gate. We will then be travelling to Steamboat Springs on Saturday, May 22, with events starting at 10 a.m.
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