Seventh-grade Mules place second in district meet

By Delton Wilhite, Sportswriter

The seventh-grade Mules finished second in the District 2-3A Track Meet held on the Mules home track April 5. The Mules finished with 155 total points. Friona won the meet with 234 points, Dimmitt was third with 126 points, and Littlefield was fourth with 78 points.

Jesus Delarosa got the Mules started with a gold medal time of eight minutes 54.28 seconds in the 2400-meter run. Jeremiah Estraca earned the silver medal in the same race with a time of 9:10.43. Eliasar Cisneros finished fourth with a 9:58.37.

Francisco Reyes cleared a gold medal height of six feet six inchesv in the pole vault. Juan Simental took the bronze medal by clearing 6-00.00. Ryan Clifton placed fourth at the height of 6-00.00.

Photo by Rhea Gonzales

 

Irvin Torres earned the bronze medal in the triple jump with a distance of 33-03.50. Uriel Ramirez placed sixth in the same event with a distance of 29-02.00. Nick Reyes made a silver medal throw of 32-03.50 in shot put. Santos Gutierrez placed sixth with a throw of 67-06 in the discus.

The 4×100 meter relay team of Irvin Torres, F. Reyes, Matthew Vargas, and Judas Reyes ran a bronze medal time of 51.55. Geovanny Pelayo earned the silver medal with a time of 20.90 in the 110-meter hurdles. Justin Dyck finished sixth in the same event with a time of 21.56.

Kyle Hernandez and Daniel Ramirez placed fifth and sixth in the 100-meter dash respectively with times of 13.65 and 13.74. The 4×200 meter relay team of Hernandez, U. Vasquez, D. Ramirez, and U. Ramirez earned the bronze medal with a time of 1:56.40.

F. Reyes and I. Torres placed second and third respectively in the 400-meter dash with times of 1:02.03 and 1:03.52. Pelayo placed fourth in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 55.71.

Photos by Rhea Gonzales

 

J. Reyes took the silver medal in the 200-meter dash with a time of 26.93. Vargas placed fourth in the same event with a 27.09 and D. Ramirez placed sixth with a 28.75. Delarosa, Estraca, and Cisneros placed first, third and fourth in the 1600-meter run respectively with times of 5:21.87, 5:46.75, and 5:57.15.

The 4×400-meter relay team of I. Torres, Vargas, J. Reyes, and F. Reyes ran a bronze medal time of 4:19.51.

 

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