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March 13, 2013

Weatherford track dominates field at Pirate Relays

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Results — Weatherford High

 

Place   Grade             Name           Time/Distance

 

100-Meter Dash 

Varsity Boys   

1. 12 Jaakan Norwood 10.62

 

Junior Varsity Boys 

2. 11 Logan Guest 11.33

4. 9 Chase Warren 11.81

 

Varsity Girls   

1. 12 Madison Gaston 12.31

 

Junior Varsity Girls   

1. 9 Caroline Langston 13.68 3. 10 Makesha Barron 13.90

200-Meter Dash 

Varsity Boys 

1. 12 Jaakan Norwood 21.90 6. 11     Ed McIver 23.22

Junior Varsity Boys   

1. 10 Nate Werts 22.56 3. 10 Dusty Schauer 24.24

 

Junior Varsity Girls 

4. 11 Ashley Kemp 30.65

 

400-Meter Dash

Varsity Boys   

2. 12 Jordan Simmons 50.43 3. 12 Seth Cooke 53.40 5. 11 Michael Suttle 55.34

Junior Varsity Boys   

3. 12 Andrew Hughes 56.34 5. 10   Garret Hill 57.12 6. 9 Tyson Tilley 57.74

 

Varsity Girls   

1. 10 Madyson Young 1:00.78 2. 9 Madison Cooley 1:01.05 5. 9 Alyssa Wisdom 1:04.71

Junior Varsity Girls 

2. 10 Kandy Guerrero 1:12.90

800-Meter Run

Varsity Boys   

2. 12 Seth Cooke 2:09.09 4. 11 Michael Suttle 2:09.37 5. 11 Tyler Jones 2:10.00

Junior Varsity Boys   

2. 11 Dakota Frysinger 2:20.49 6. 9 Kyle Smithey 2:24.87

 

Varsity Girls   

1. 9 Madison Cooley 2:22.43 2. 10 Madyson Young 2:23.52 6. 12 Cassandra Kirby 2:47.00

Junior Varsity Girls   

4. 10 Kandy Guerrero 2:48.00 6. 10 Julianne Kirby 3:04.68

1600-Meter Run

Varsity Boys   

4. 11     Tyler Jones 4:56.00

Junior Varsity Boys   

1. 9 Tucker Cargill 5:15.40 3. 9 Truett Miller 5:18.93

 

Varsity Girls 

1. 11 Ronni Middleton 5:37.78 4. 11 Chandler Lacefield 6:08.67

3200-Meter Run

Varsity Boys   

5. 12 Travis Lynch 11:23.20

Junior Varsity Boys   

2. 9 Tucker Cargill 11:32.43 3. 9 Truett Miller 11:32.44 6. 11 Bryce Petty 12:23.33

 

Varsity Girls   

1. 11 Ronni Middleton 12:16.14

 

Junior Varsity Girls   

2. 11 Jessie Opella 14:15.62

 

110-Meter High Hurdles

Varsity Boys 

5. 9 Jeuqwan Brownlee 16.02 6. 10   Draven Pointer 16.56

Junior Varsity Boys 

4. 10 Keegan Brangham 18.47

Varsity Girls 

3. 9 Auburn Staple s 18.00 4. 11 Kendal Rash 19.02 5. 11 Claire Larvin 19.15

 

Junior Varsity Girls   

4. 11 Sydney Denham 19.38 5. 12 Destiny Eaton 19.78

 

300-Meter Intermediate Hurdles

Varsity Boys 

5. 9 J euqwan Brownlee  4 5.28 6. 10 Draven Pointer 45.36

Junior Varsity Boys 

2. 10 Keegan Brangham 47.90 5. 9   Michael Green 49.59

 

Varsity Girls 

1. 12 Madison Gaston 49.62 4. 9 Auburn Staples 51.74

Junior Varsity Girls 

3. 12 Destiny Eaton 55.09 6. 10 Jacqueline Jacobo 57.37

 

4x100-Meter Relay

Varsity Boys   

2. Elliott Lancaster 43.52

  Jordan Simmons 

  Jaakan Norwood 

      Seth Dye

 

Junior Varsity Boys 

2.       Garret Hill 46.68

  Keshawn Green

  Chase Warren

  Dusty Schauer

 

Varsity Girls 

4.         Jessica Chipelesa 52.56

Jada Lewis

        Mackenzie Sterner

          Madison Gaston

 

Junior Varsity Girls 

2.       Caroline Langston 54.94

Chelsi Broemser

Ashley Kemp

          Makesha Barron

 

4x200-Meter Relay

Varsity Boys   

3. Seth Dye 1:33.11

Elliott Lancaster

  Chris Graves

  Jordan Simmons

 

Junior Varsity Boys 

3. Dusty Schauer 1:39.12   Keshawn Green

    Logan Guest

    Chase Warren

 

4x400-Meter Relay

Varsity Boys 

2. Elliott Lancaster     3:27.62

Chris Graves

Seth Cooke

  Jordan Simmons

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