September 16, 2019
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By Derek Lopez

Sudan hosted the Son Qualls’ Relays on Thursday, which will be their last meet before District.

Individual Results are as Follows:

GIRLS 3,200-METER RUN

3rd Zuleima Argumedo, 14:54.03

4th Yahaira Martinez, 15:20.10

5th Lilly Scheffel, 15:25.70

GIRLS HIGH JUMP

6th Lauren Johnson, 4-04.00

7th Kamryn Goen, 4-02.00

GIRLS LONG JUMP

9th Lexi Bartley, 12-11.75

GIRLS TRIPLE JUMP

7th Zoey Cantu, 29-06.00

9th Morgan Smith, 28-04.75

12th Payton Tolbert, 27-01.50

GIRLS SHOT PUT

3rd Hannah Miller, 32-11.75

GIRLS 4×100-METER RELAY

6th Goen, Danielle Davila, McKayla Baker and Kaegan Edwards, 55.36

GIRLS 100-METER HURDLES

3rd Bartley, 18.86

GIRLS 100-METER DASH

3rd Edwards, 13.35

13th Baker, 14.37

GIRLS 4×200-METER RELAY

7th Martinez, Tolbert, Brianna Wallace and Cantu, 2:06.77

GIRLS 400-METER DASH

7th Johnson, 1:16.24

9th Yazmeene Montes, 1:17.10

11th Smith, 1:17.23

GIRLS 200-METER DASH

13th Goen, 30.86

22nd Tolbert, 33.68

23rd Wallace, 33.77

GIRLS 1,600-METER RUN

5th Martinez, 6:47.06

6th Argumedo, 6:51.27

GIRLS 4×400-METER RELAY

6th Montes, Johnson, Smith and Davila, 5:09.08

BOYS POLE VAULT

2nd Bode Box, 11-06.00

BOYS LONG JUMP

2nd Ethan Pendergrass, 18-05.00

15th Ruben Rodriguez, 15-01.75

BOYS TRIPLE JUMP

2nd Pendergrass, 38-03.75

4th Isaac Gonzales, 37-06.75

5th Miguel Melendez, 36-06.00

BOYS 100-METER DASH

1st Austin Conley, 11.31

10th Gonzales, 12.17

17th Alex Conley, 12.55

BOYS 4X200-METER RELAY

1st Christian Montes, Pendergrass, Rodriguez and Austin Conley, 1:34.59

BOYS 400-METER DASH

9th Melendez, 59.88

BOYS 300-METER HURDLES

1st Chris Schovajsa, 42.34

5th Box, 47.55

BOYS 200-METER DASH

2nd Pendergrass, 23.57

7th Melendez, 24.78

16th Gonzales, 26.31

BOYS 1,600-METER RUN

8th Evan Bellar, 5:44.79

BOYS 4×400-METER RELAY

6th Rodriguez, Montes, Gonzales and Pendergrass, 3:42.01

Sudan will host the District 3 Class 2A District Track Meet on Wednesday, April 11th.

Varsity girls’ golf

The Sudan varsity girls’ golf team won their second Tournament this year when they traveled to Sundown on March 26th shooting a score of 417, while the boys took second place behind Olton with 339 points.

Garyn Bigham took first place overall with a score of 95, while Callan Netherland shot a score of 106. Lauren Johnson and Kamryn Goen each shot a score of 108, while Tucker Howell scored a 109 and Brianna Wallace finished with a score of 138.

Call Morris finished second overall on the boys’ side, shooting a score of 77. Trenton Angeley and Bode Box tied for fifth overall, each shooting a score of 83, while Tracen Angeley shot a score of 96 and Isaiah Montes finished with a score of 111.

Josh Leal, Rustin Penrod and Garison Bohler played as individual medalist, with Leal shooting a 106, Penrod scored a 129 and Bohler finished with a score of 149.

The boys and girls golf teams will compete at their district meet next Monday, April 9th at the Reese Golf Center in Lubbock.

Varsity tennis

The Sudan varsity tennis competed at the district tennis meet in Levelland this past week.

“We endured the cold, rainy weather on Tuesday and traveled to Plainview on Thursday to finish the meet,” Head Coach Klark Ashmore said. “As a team, our boys team earned the District Championship and

the girls’ team played well and finished as the District Runner-Up.”

Sudan has five athletes, who qualified for Regionals. Julie Juarez and Meilynn Gonzales were the second place girls’ doubles team on the varsity and Anthony and Zoey Cantu won the championship in mixed doubles on the varsity. Noah Baker was the last man standing in the boys singles varsity division.

Brianna Wallace and Kamryn Goen finished fourth in varsity girls doubles, while Call Morris finished in third place in the boys’ singles division. Damon Boyd and Kobe Rodriguez came in third place and Ricky Torres and Isaiah Montes came in fourth place in boys’ doubles, both contributing to the district title on the varsity side.

Mildred Medrano battled through an ankle injury and finished fourth in the girls varsity singles division.

“We also had a very successful JV tournament,” the coach said. “In the boys doubles division, Carlos Alanis and Jesus Huerta finished in fourth place while Marian Ordonez and Madi Jennings came home with the second place medals in girls doubles.”

He added, “Before we even got off the bus on Tuesday, I challenged the kids to compete. No matter who they were playing against. I truly believe that everyone gave it there best and we were rewarded for it.”

The 2A Regional Tennis Meet will take place April 18th and 19th at Ratliff Sports Complex in Odessa.

Rhea Gonzales

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