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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TRACK
Thursday, March 26, 2009 • Posted March 26, 2009

The HS boys track team traveled to Brownwood on the final weekend of Spring Break to compete in the Bluebonnet Relays. This event is a very large meet with teams coming from all over the state to participate. The Punchers ran in both the Varsity and JV divisions and had some nice showings in both despite absences due to the break.

JV Boys Bluebonnet Relays

Discus Orlando Jaquez — 77’ 10 ½”

Cristian Orta — 75’ 5 ½”

Briggs Jones — 75’ 7 ¼”

Shot Put Michael Williams — 29’ 8 ¼”

Briggs Jones — 28’ 7”

Rick Lange — 19’ 8”

Long Jump Austin Trip — 15’ 6 ¾”

Pole Vault Austin Trip — NH

Triple Jump David Mora 6th 36’ 3”

Winston Trip — 30’ 4”

High Jump Clay Walker 6th 5’ 2”

400 M Relay Austin Trip 8th 50.21

Clay Walker

Jacob Bibb

David Mora

110 M Hurdles Zen Steward — 24.12

Winston Trip — 20.91

100 M Rick Lange -- 17.05

800 M Relay Austin Trip 8th 1:46.11

Clay Walker

Zen Steward

David Mora

300 H Jacob Bibb — 50.84

Winston Trip — 54.33

200 M Briggs Jones — 31.64

Cristian Orta — 28.55

1600 M Emmanuel Segura 2nd 5:17.87

1600 M Relay Austin Trip 8th 4:02

Clay Walker

David Mora

Zen Steward

VARSITY BOYS Bluebonnet Relays

Discus Joaquin Mejia — 106’ 6 ¼”

Shot Put Joaquin Mejia — 38’ 8 ½”

Long Jump Chase Crouch 3rd 20’ 1”

Adam Timms 4th 20’ ½”

High Jump Adam Timms 2nd 5’ 8”

3200 M Tomas Callejas 2nd 11:20.61

Ramiro Casas 3rd 11:39.19

800 M Marcelo Segura — 2:10.73

100 M Ethan Holland — 13.39

800 M Relay Joaquin Mejia — 1:40.15

Adam Timms

Ethan Hudson

Chase Crouch

1600 M Marcelo Segura 2nd 4:54.06

Tomas Callejas 4th 5:08.24

Ramiro Casas — 5:23.52

1600 M Relay Adam Timms — 3:55.55

Ethan Holland

Joaquin Mejia

Chase Crouch

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