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Primero invitational pits local competition

by David Tesitor

WESTON — Last Thursday, before the rains and snow fell, area teams to better their standings for state competition, and for several individuals and relay teams, they made a solid mark to, at least for now, qualify for state. Team standings for the men included: John Mall placed 2nd, Trinidad was 5th, Hoehne-7th, La Veta-12th, Primero-17th, Kim was 22nd and Aguilar did not place. The girl’s team results include: Hoehne- 2nd, Trinidad-3rd, La Veta 10th, Primero-16th, John Mall 17th and Aguilar did not place.

Top 10 individual results for the men are as follows:

100 Meter run. Evan Gonzales (JM) – 3rd (11.80 seconds), Ethan Duran (T)-4th (11.89), Ray Garcia (T)-5th (11.94) and Dillan Villa (P)-6th (12.03). The 200M run: Ray Garcia (T) 2nd- (24.73), Trevor Warren (LV)-3rd (24.85) and Dillan Villa (P)-7th (25.52). The 400M results include: Jacob Elsberry (H) – 5th (556.76), Anthony Amador (T)- 6th (55.79), Garcia (T)-7th (56.51), Villa (P)-8th (57.52) and Vince Damelio (P)-9th (57.53). In the 800M run: Jacob Williamson (T)-5th (2:17.08 minutes), Dustin Robinson (P)-9th (2:22.40) and Eric Morgan (LV)-10th (2:24.60). The 1600 M results include: Robinson (P) – 3rd (5:24.81) and Daniel Avila (T) – 6th (5:38.17). Devin Liu (T) placed 3rd in the 3200 Meter run. In the 110M Hurdles, Jacob Yates (H) placed 1st (16.57) and Trystan Moltrer (H) was 5th (17.47). Yates also finished 1st in the 300M Hurdles (43.43) and Molter 7th (46.83).

The 4X100M Relay Run saw John Mall take 2nd (46.88 seconds), Trinidad-3rd (47.65) and Hoehne 5th (48.25). In the 4X200, Hoehne– 1st (1:39.73), La Veta-4th (1:43.39), Kim -6th (1:45.42) and Trinidad– 8th (1:50.93). Trinidad was also 7th in the 4X400 (4:21.20) and 1st in the 4X800 (9:14.00 minutes). In the 4X800, La Veta finished 4th (19-5.50 feet), Destry Crockett (JM)-5th (18-5.75) and Noah Martinez (K) -7th (18-0.75). Reyna also took 3rd in the triple jump (39-11.00) and Warren (LV) was 6th (37-7.50). Crockett was in a 3 way tie for 6th in the high jump at 5-2.0 feet. The shot put saw Andrew Vigil (JM) place 2nd (42-4.00 feet) and Bryan Romero (T) – 6th (34-3.00). In the discus, Panthers Andrew Vigil and Garrett Quintana finished 1 and 2 in the event. Vigil had a personal best at 164-5.00 feet. Quintana threw 156.10 feet. Isaiah Vigil (T) placed 7th (122-10), Chris Lujan (H) -8th (113.70) and Ty Quintana (JM) was 10th 109.70.

Top 10 individual results for the girls:

The girls results also saw plenty of area athletes improve their times, making the top 18 list to qualify for state. Zoe Revas (LV) placed 3rd in the 100M Hurdles (17.66 seconds) and 2nd in the 300M Hurdles (51.70). Less than 1 second separated the top 10 in the 100M run. Cameron Gomez (T) was 3rd (13.81), Frida Ochoa (T)-4th (13.85), Ashley Yergert (K) -6th (13.86), Ashley McCay (LV)-8th (13.99) and Lea Steller (H) -9th (13.99). In the 200M, Jesslyn Guzzo (T) was 3rd (28.56) and McCay -4th (29.44). In the 400M, Shaelyn Walton (H) was 3rd (1:04.11), and Shaylnn Choate (T) was 10th (1:15.39). Alysia Baca (P) placed 5th in the 800M (3:04.18).

The girls relay teams also did well. Hoehne was 1st in the 4X100 (54.00) and 5th in the 4X200 (1:55.83). Trinidad was 3rd in the 4X100 (55.78), 1st in the 4X400 (4:30.30) and 3rd in the 4X800 (13.56.52). La Veta placed 4th in the 4X100 (55.85) and 4X200 (1:55.17). John Mall placed 9th in the 4X100 (1:00.940 and Primero was 10th (1:05.15). In the field events, Walton (H) was 2nd in the high jump at 5 feet-0 inches. Cassidy Dotter (JM) was 4th in the long jump (13-8.00) and Abbigayle Dorenkamp (H) jumped 12-06.50 feet. In the triple jump Kaylee Corsentino (LV) soared 31-6.00 feet to claim second, Deidre Domino (H) was 3rd (31-2.00) and Dorenkamp was 10th at 28-02.50 feet. Jordon Trujillo (H) was 2nd in the shot (35-09.00), Casey LaFon (T) 5th (32-03.00) and Carlee Garrison (T)-6th (31-05.00). 1600M run, Arionna Martinez (JM) was 5th (6:46.98 minutes). The 3200M run Alysia Baca (P) was 5th in a time of 15:38.59 minutes.

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