The Cedaredge High School track and field team topped both sets of team standings during the Southwestern League/Western Slope League championships last weekend in Grand Junction, dominating on the girls side and pulling in a solid win for the boys in the Class 2A/1A division.
Kylee Terry was victorious in the 100-meter dash by more than half-a-second, clocking in at 12.62 seconds. She also won the 200 in 26.26 and the 400 with a time of 1:00.37.
Elizabeth Brooks swept both throwing events, notching 37 feet, 3 inches in the shot put and 124-10 in the discus.
Lily Sinkay, Hadassah Payne and Adelynn Hanson finished second, third and fourth, respectively, in the 100 hurdles. Payne also placed second in the high jump, clearing 5 feet.
The 4x200 relay team of Sinkay, Kayla Mitchell, Shaelyn Hunsberger and Hailey Hayes-Pursley finished in the top spot, as did the 4x100 team of Hunsberger, Mitchell, Sinkay and Kacey Walck.
For the boys, Logan Tullis tied for the victory in the 110 hurdles, finishing alongside West Grand’s Joe Probst with a time of 15.54. Tullis and Lorimer finished back-to-back in the top two spots for the 300 hurdles, and Tullis also placed third in the 200.
Kade Henderson cruised to victory in the 100 with a time of 11.68.
Gideon Gilmore the shot put with a heave of 46-11 and also placed fourth in the discus.
Delta placed third for both the boys and girls in 3A.
John Dexter once again won the 1600, this time finishing in 4:40.71. Similarly, he secured victory in 800 with a time of 1:57.36. Clay Sandridge’s spin of 138-7 was enough to win the discus.
Damien Gallegos was second in the 400, narrowly missing out on victory with a time of 50.46.
A top finisher for the girls was Gabrielle Huggins, who won the long jump was a leap of 16-6 and cleared 4-9.5 to place second in the high jump.
Kylie Huff and Aadrey Fraser finished third and fourth, respectively, in the 200, the same as Paige Kehmeier and Brianna Huff in the 800. Kehmeier also took third in the 3200 and fourth in the triple jump.
The North Fork boys placed fifth in 3A, led by Hayden Moreno’s winning long jump of 21-5.25. The girls finished eighth, with Raney Moore taking second in the shot put.
All three squads will return to Grand Junction this weekend for the Dennis Teeters Tiger Invite at Stocker Stadium, which runs on Friday and Saturday.
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