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By Delton Wilhite, Sportswriter

The JV Lady Mules track team brought home the District 2-3A Championship that was held at the Tulia Hornet Track April 3 and 4. They rolled up 154 points for the win. Shallowater placed second with 117 points, Idalou took third with 80 points, Slaton finished fourth with 77, Roosevelt was fifth with 55, Dimmit took sixth with 30 and Friona was seventh with 16 points.

Jordan Zapata led the Lady Mules in the field events. She won the gold medal in the long jump with a leap of 14 feet 10.50 inches. She won the silver medal in the triple jump with a combined distance of 30-05.50. Heather Chavez placed fifth in the long jump with a leap of 13-01.00.

Perla Vasquez earned the silver medal in the pole vault by clearing 6-00.00. Jillian Rojas threw the shot put 26-01.00 for the silver medal. Rojas picked up her second silver medal in the discus with a throw of 79-05. Kristina Arzola earned the bronze medal in discus with a throw of 75-07.

The Lady Mule 4×100-meter relay team won the gold medal with a time of 55.72 seconds. Team member names were not available. Anzley Rodriguez ran a gold medal time of 2:55.42 in the 800-meter run. Taylor Cortez earned the bronze medal in the 800 with a time of 2:59.24 and Val Toscano placed fourth with a 3:08.97.

Madison Hasley had a silver medal time of 14.14 in the 100-meter dash. The 4×200-meter relay team of Vasquez, Arzola, Hasley, and Zapata finished fourth with a 2:11.39.

Chavez won the gold medal in the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:09.83. Zapata finished fourth in the same event with a 1:11.99. Vasquez took the bronze medal in the 200-meter dash with a 29.94, and Hasley placed fifth with a time of 30.15.

Rodriguez finished the 1600-meter run with a silver medal time of 6:59.02. Taylor Cortez placed fourth in the same event with a 7:17.28, and Toscano finished fifth with a 7:24.37.

The 4×400-meter relay team of Chavez, Zapata, Arzola, and Leal ran a bronze medal time of 4:52.14.

Rhea Gonzales

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