MCHS Boys’ Track Team Wins 2018 Cassville Re­lays

McDonald County Press - - SPORTS - Rick Peck

The McDon­ald County High School boys’ track team scored in 15 of 19 events to win the 2018 Cassville Re­lays held April 17 at Cassville High School.

McDon­ald County won only two events but used its depth to score points in 15 of 19 events, in­clud­ing sev­eral in­stances with two Mus­tangs scor­ing points in the same events.

El­liott Wolfe won the dis­cus with a throw of 128-6. Team­mate Pey­ton Bar­ton was sec­ond in the event with a throw of 127-4. Wolfe added a fourth place in the shot put with a toss of 43-5.

The Mus­tangs’ other win was by David Lazalde in the 3200 in a time of 10:40.41. Alex Guadar­rama added a third place (11:11.59) in the event and also ran a leg on the 4x800 re­lay that took third place (9:02.64).

Other mem­bers of the 4x800 re­lay were Eli­jah Habert, Cale Adam­son and Gar­rett Spears.

Corbin Jones placed in four events. The sopho­more speed­ster was sec­ond in both the 100 (11.32) and 200 (23.57) me­ter dashes and was third in the triple jump (39-0) and fourth in the long jump (38-3).

Fel­low sopho­more Michael Wil­liams also scored in both jumps, tak­ing third in the long jump (19-11) and fourth in the triple jump (38-3).

Pole vaulters Zack Woods and Huechi Xiong took sec­ond (12-6) and third (12-0), re­spec­tively.

John Howard was third in the 400 (53.37), while Adam­son was fourth (54.34). Both ran a leg of the 4x400 re­lay that took sixth in 3:55.90. Habert and Drew Lan­ders ran the other two legs, while Lan­ders added a fifth in the 800 (2:25.14).

Round­ing out the scor­ing places for the boys were Dy­lan Al­li­son, sixth, triple jump, 36-8; Eh Doh Say, Lo­gan Ren­ner, Cole DelosSan­tos and Howard, fifth, 4x200, 1:38.87; and DelosSan­tos, fifth, 300 hur­dles, 44.69.

McDon­ald County to­taled 110 points to eas­ily out­dis­tance sec­ond-place Pea Ridge with 91. Monett was third with 84, fol­lowed by Reeds Spring 83, Cassville 75, East New­ton 69, Aurora 35, Miller 14, McAu­ley 11, Seneca 7, Blue Eye 4, Glen­dale 4 and South­west (Wash­burn) 2.

Lady Mus­tangs

The McDon­ald County girls’ team set­tled for third place. Monett scored 144 points to take first, fol­lowed by Pea Ridge with 98, McDon­ald County 89, Cassville 85, East New­ton 63, Reeds Spring 33, Seneca 26, Aurora 24, Miller 13, Glen­dale 4, Blue Eye 3 and McAu­ley 3.

Ra­gan Wil­son picked up the Lady Mus­tangs’ only win, tak­ing the 800 in a time of 2:30.89. Wil­son also ran a leg on two re­lays that fin­ished sec­ond. The 4x800 (10:48.26) and the 4x400 (4:26.84) team of Wil­son, Cas­sadi Dowd, Adyson Sanny and Addy Mick took sec­ond in both events.

Mick also placed in two

in­di­vid­ual races. The sopho­more was sec­ond in the 3200 (13:12.85) and third in the 1600 (6:03.68).

Ruby Palomo placed in four events. She was fourth both in the 100 hur­dles (17.50) and 300 hur­dles (52.65) and ran a leg on the third place 4x200 re­lay (1:55.57) and the 4x100 re­lay (54.52) that took fifth.

Join­ing Palomo on both re­lays were Erin Cooper, Rita San­til­lan and Cait­lyn Bar­ton.

Bar­ton added a sec­ond in the pole vault (8-6), while team­mates Chloe Teague and Kelli Bren­nand were fifth (7-6) and sixth (7-6), re­spec­tively.

Round­ing out the girls’ scor­ing places were Jor­dan Witt, fifth, long jump, 15-5, and fourth, triple jump, 31-10.5; Emily Lan­ders, fourth, dis­cus, 87-10; Jackie Grider, fifth, dis­cus, 84-10; Brit­tanie Serr, sixth, dis­cus, 83-11; and Brook­lynn Win­ters, sixth, 1600, 6:33.13.

McDon­ald County was at the Monett Re­lays on April 24 be­fore re­turn­ing home to host the Big 8 Con­fer­ence Track and Field Cham­pi­onships on May 3.

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