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RANGELY I The Rangely track team headed to Hotchkiss Saturday with 25 athletes who found the weather wonderful and conditions set for a good day of competition.
Katelyn Brown led the girls in points, taking third in the triple jump with a distance of 31-8 1/2, seventh in the 200-meter dash with a time of 30.59, and 12th in the 100-meter dash in a time of 14.56. Antoinette Doris cleared 4-1 in high jump and reached 11-10 in long jump.
Rebecca Gillard improved her time in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 23.26, and she dropped 45 seconds off her 1600-meter run with a time of 7:44.59. Savannah Nielsen competed in the 1600 with a time of 6:35.36 and in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:56.51. Bridgette Rhea competed in the 100 dash with a 15.63, the 200 dash with a 33.64 and the long jump with a distance of 10-2 1/2.
Sidney Shaffer ran the 100 dash with a time of 15.81, the 200 dash with a 32.18, and the long jump with a distance of 12-5. Lindsey Thacker improved in all her events and placed seventh in the high jump with a height of 4-3. She also ran the 100 dash in 14.35 and had a distance of 13-1/2 in the long jump. Mckenzie Webber threw the shot for a distance of 26-2, competed in the discus, and ran the first leg in the winning weight man relay. Jessica Tolley threw the shot 18-9 and then tossed the discus 35.
The boys were able to score 101 points in this 15-team event and finished in second place overall.
Colt Allred placed second in the discus and shot with throws of 130 and 45-2, respectively. He also scored in the triple jump with a distance of 37-11 1/2 and was the third leg of the weight man’s relay. Ethan Allred placed second in the 800 with a time of 2:12.50 and threw the shot 33-7.
Mitchell Webber placed second in the 110-meter high hurdles with a personal record of 17.02 and was first in the 300-meter hurdles with another personal record of 44.09. Marshal Way placed in all three jumps: fifth in the long jump at 18 feet, seventh in the triple jump at 36-9 and eighth in the high jump, clearing 5-1.
Zach Glasgow ran the 400-meter, placing seventh with a time of 56.91. James Scoggins ran the 1600 in 6:00.05 and the 800 in 2:37.03. Chris Vega ran in his first meet, competing in the 1600.
Kaulan Brady jumped long and triple, placing in both. He placed second in the long jump with a distance of 18-1 3/4 and in the triple jump he finished in eighth place at 36-8 1/2. Daniel Connor ran both the 100 and 200 dashes with times of 13.35 and 28.09, respectively. Kiki Ruiz also ran the 100 and 200 with times of 12.73 and 25.98, and he was the last leg of the weight man’s relay.
Chance Sheppard threw the shot 29-9 1/2, the discus 84-3, and ran the 1600 with a time of 6:13.45. He finished the day running the third leg of the weight man’s relay. Troy Allred jumped in the triple and long jumps and he took sixth place in the triple with a jump of 37-4 and had a distance of 16-11 1/2 in the long jump. He also ran the 400 with a time of 58.39 and the 1600 in 5:23.97.
Nych Deleon ran the 100 and 200 with times of 12.85 and 26.08 respectively. Kobe Broome was in the long jump and leaped 12-8 3/4. Brennan Noyes won the high jump with a height of 5-11 and competed in the 200, running a 28.37.
Patrick Scoggins took first place in the 800 with a time of 2:10.56
There were several relays in the meet. The girls had the 4×100-meter team made up of Lindzey Thacker, Sidney Shaffer, Antoinette Dorris and Katelyn Brown , placing fifth with a time of 57.90.
The boys had three relay teams: the 4×100, the 4×200-meter and the 4×400-meters. The 4×100 was made up of Daniel Connor, Zach Glasgow, Kobe Broome and Brennan Noyes and they placed ninth with a time of 53.28.
The 4×200 team placed second with a time of 1:38.50 from Kaulan Brady, Nych Deleon, Kiki Ruiz and Patrick Scoggins. The 4×400 relay was run by Mitchell Webber, Ethan Allred, Zach Glasgow and Patrick Scoggins, placing third with a time of 3:48.74
Rangely will be taking this week off for spring break but will compete April 4 in the Frank Woodburn meet in Grand Junction.