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Track and Field places well in all divisions at Cove Bulldawg Relays

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The 2017 Belton Tigers and Lady Tigers Track and Field seasons got underway at Bulldawg Stadium on Saturday, as the teams participated at the 2017 Copperas Cove Bulldawg Relays.

The varsity Tigers finished in fifth place with 64 points. Killeen won the varsity division with 156 points, followed by Harker Heights (119), Temple (118) and Copperas Cove (79).

Here were Belton’s top six finishes:

200-Meter Dash: Riley Brown, fifth place, 23.39.

400-Meter Dash: Marshall Fish, sixth place, 52.71.

1600-Meter Run: Morgan Miller, fifth place, 4:51.46.

3200-Meter Run: Zane Thompson, fourth place, 10:54.41, and Morgan Miller, sixth place, 11:03.56.

110-Meter Hurdles: Logan Hall, fifth place, 16.01.

4 x 100-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Anthony Fairbanks, Riley Brown, Chandler Vela, and Logan Collins), fifth place, 43.54.

4 X 200-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Chandler Vela, Logan Collins, Anthony Fairbanks and Davion Peoples), third place, 1:31.19.

4 X 400-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Marshall Fish, Bailey Fanning, Josh Brown and Davion Peoples), fourth place, 3:32.90.

Discus: Reagan Chapman, third place, 132’-2”.

High Jump: Davion Peoples, second place, 6’-0”.

Pole Vault: Matt Mahler, second place, 12’-0”, and Brian Shadrick, third place, 11’-6”.

The junior varsity Tigers and Temple Wildcats finished in a second-place tie with 111 points. Cove JV won the JV division with 146 points.

Here are the top six Tigers JV finishers:

100-Meter Dash: Marques Aguilar, fourth place, 11.47.

200-Meter Dash: Devyn Raper, first place, 23.22, Anthony Brown, fifth place, 24.00, and Joe Shuler, sixth place, 24.08.

800-Meter Run: Doug Franks, second place, 2:12.78, and Josh Hernandez, fifth place, 2:17.28.

1600-Meter Run: Brysin Minosky, fourth place, 5:05.43, and Doug Franks, fifth place, 5:09.85.

3200-Meter Run: Brysin Minosky, first place, 11:10.28, and Eli Cable, fourth place, 11:34.61.

110-Meter Hurdles: Seabastian Muniz, sixth place, 18.23.

300-Meter Hurdles: Seabastian Muniz, second place, 44.29, and Tyler Cook, third place, 44.49.

4 X 100-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Tre Berry, TJ Gift, Marques Aguilar and Devyn Raper), sixth place, 45.12.

4 X 200-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Anthony Brown, TJ Gift, Marques Aguilar, and Devyn Raper), fifth place, 1:33.66.

4 X 400-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Braven Connolly, Tre Berry, Ben Hetzel and TJ Gift), first place, 3:40.76.

Long Jump: TJ Gift, fourth place, 19’-7”.

Shot Put: AJ Payton, fifth place, 38’-10”, and Garrett Orange, sixth place, 38’-10”.

Discus-AJ Payton, third place, 107’-5”.

Triple Jump: TJ Gift, third place, 39’-10”, and Tyler Cook, fourth place, 39’-10”.

The freshman Tigers finished fifth with a total of 54 points. Shoemaker won the division (147), followed by Copperas Cove (123), Harker Heights (108) and Killeen (99).

Here were the top six results for the Tigers freshman team:

300-Meter Hurdles: Jonah Jimenez, sixth place, 47.88.

4 X 100-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Logan Turner, Robert Flores, Nicholas Cipolla and Curtis Hughling), third place, 46.14.

4 X 200-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Nicholas Cipolla, Robert Flores, Logan Turner and Curtis Hughling), second place, 1:37.70.

4 X 400-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Curtis Hughling, Tanner Holman, Logan Turner and Jason Stephens), third place, 3:46.81.

Discus: Jacob Sinkwich, fourth place, 88’-10”.

Pole Vault: Blaise Allen, tied for third place, 8’-0”, and Jason Gard, fifth place, 6’-6”.

The varsity Lady Tigers finished in second place with a total of 104 points. Harker Heights won the meet (121) and Shoemaker took third place (94).

Here are the top six results for the Lady Tigers varsity team:

800-Meter Run: Brooke Gilmore, second place, 2:26.43, Rachel Ramm, fourth place, 2:31.17, and Trinity White, fifth place, 2:32.24.

1600-Meter Run: Brooke Gilmore, first place, 5:08.94, and Jordan Jones, sixth place, 5:59.90.

3200-Meter Run: Brooke Gilmore, first place, 11:23.08, and Jordan Jones, fourth place, 13:39.54.

100-Meter Hurdles: Christen Paslay, sixth place, 17.27.

300-Meter Hurdles: Mickayla Johnson, second place, 49.58, and Christen Paslay, sixth place, 50.61.

4 X 200-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Mickayla Johnson, Bri Lewis, Jamicka McDade, and Tiarra Hodges), sixth place, 1:49.74.

4 X 400-Meter Relay: Belton (team of McKenna Thompson, Alex Jourdain, Carolina Hanson and Rachel Ramm), sixth place, 4:20.40.

Long Jump: Tiarra Hodges, first place, 17’-2 ¼”.

Shot Put: Delaney Pressley, second place, 33’-6”.

Discus: Kaylee Hausam, second place, 96’-9 ½”.

High Jump: Tiarra Hodges, third place, 5’-2”, and Jamie Janczak, sixth place, 5’-0”.

Pole Vault: Aspen Thomas, first place, 7’-6”, and Dana Young, second place, 6’-6”.

The junior varsity Lady Tigers 1 finished in third place with 100 points and JV Lady Tigers 2 placed ninth with 18 points.

Here were the Belton JV/JV2 top six finishers:

1600-Meter Run: Michaela Decker, third place, 6:06.46, Lexi Jernigan, fourth place, 6:14.49, and Nadia Meyer, fifth place, 6:19.83.

3200-Meter Run: Lexi Jernigan, first place, 13:17.39, Michaela Decker, second place, 13:19.89, Trinity White, third place, 13:33.49, and Nadia Meyer, fourth place, 13:54.03.

100-Meter Hurdles: Faith McKenney, fourth place, 18.52.

300-Meter Hurdles: Liberty Mensch, second place, 52.16.

4 X 200-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Priscilla Farris, Leah Kent, Amy Fuller and Erica Garcia), third place, 1:53.03.

4 X 400-Meter Relay: Belton (team of Lexi Zavala, Jennavi Ibarra, Andi Sibiya and Chloe Blaha), sixth place, 4:55.79.

Shot Put: Alexis Wade, third place, 33’-0”, and Keilee Burke, fourth place, 30’-0”.

Discus: McKenzie Katzer, second place, 81’-2”.

High Jump: Payton Cook, fourth place, 4’-6”, and Chandler Garrett, fifth place, 4’-6”.

Pole Vault: Amy Fuller, first place, 7’-0”, and Morgan Holman, second place, 6’-6”.

All of the teams will take part in the 2017 Big Red Relays at Tiger Field on Saturday.

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