Elks win Ram Relay championship
Competing at the Mineral Wells Ram Relays, the Burleson boys track and field team turned in a dominant performance.
The Elks won the title scoring 168 points. District 9-5A foe Everman finished second with 108 points.
The boys showed their strength in the distance races scoring 48 points in three events.
In the 1,600, Cesar Limomes won both the 1,600 and 3,200 meters in times of four minutes, 40.31 seconds and 10:02.95 respectively. Limones was second in the 800 in a time of 2:01.16.
Britt Jones was third in the 1,600 in a time of 5:11.72, and Peter Nguyen was fourth in a time of 5:21.75, In the 3,200, Nguyen was third in a time of 11:18.33, and Kenny Longoria placed fourth in a time of 11:50.73.
Tanner Haynes won the 400 in a time of 53.38 and Chance Showers was fourth in a time of 55.99. In the 200, Justin McMaster placed second in a time of 23.08 and Abdul Bah was fourth in a time of 23.73. Jaylen Johnson finished second in the 300 hurdles in a time of 42.83. Casey Jackson placed fourth in the 110 hurdles in a time of 18.49. In the 100, Brady Camp was fourth in a time of 11.19.
In the shot put, Trey Schuman finished second with an effort of 48 feet, four inches. Jon Saal was fourth with an effort of 43-9.5. Saal placed second in the discus with a toss of 149-9.5. In the high jump, Jaylen Johnson was fourth after clearing 5-6. Conner Schrayer turned in an effort of 40-3 to place sixth in the triple jump.
The Elks won a pair of relay events.
In the 800 relay, the team of Conner Schrayer, Alex Broom, Camp and McMaster won in a time of 1:31.79. The team of Schrayer, Camp, Haynes and Johnson took first in a time of 3:31.38 in the 1,600 relay. In the 400 relay, the team of Haynes, Isaac Dagley, Conner Schrayer and McMaster placed third in a time of 44.30.
Led by Jordan Rosser and Corinth Johnson, the Lady Elks finished seventh with 49.5 points.
Rosser won both the 400 and 800. She took first in the 400 in a time of 1:03.22 and first in the 800 in a time of 2:25.97. In the 200, Johnson finished second in a time of 26.50 and placed third in the 100 in a time of 12.85.
In the triple jump, Johnson turned in an effort of 33-6 in the triple jump. In the long jump, Johnson was fourth after clearing 15-11. Gracie Guinty cleared 14-8 to place fifth in the high jump.
The 800 relay team of Perkins, Madison Lewis, Kirstie Gonterman and Rayn Martin finished sixth in a time of 1:54.59. The team of Martin, Lewis, Meadow Renfro and Rosser finished sixth in the 1,600 relay in a time of 4:26.87.
Johnson tough at Roo Relay
Corinth Johnson opened track and field season with a pair of strong performances Feb. 18 at the Weatherford Roo Relays.
Johnson won the 100-meters in a time of 26.55 seconds. She also finished third in the 100 in a time of 12.60. In the 800, Jordan Rosser placed second in a time of 2:24.10.
The Lady Elks scored 55 points to finish sixth overall.
The Elks, who finished fourth with 76 points, had a great showing in the relays.
In the 800-meter relay, the team of Tanner Haynes, Chance Showers, Brady Camp and Justin McMaster finished first in a time of one minute, 30.53 seconds. The team of Conner Schrayer, Haynes, Showers and Camp placed second in the 1,600 relay in a time of 3:30.87.
Jon Saal won the shot put with an effort 45 feet.
In the 200, McMaster finished second in a time of 22.75 and Haynes placed third in a time of 23.38. Schrayer finished fourth in the 400 in a time of 52.96.
Centennial opens season
The Lady Spartans distance runners turned in good efforts in their first meet of the season at the Mansfield Legacy Broncos Relay.
Sarah Trammel placed second in the 1,600 meters in a time of five minutes, 40.21 seconds. In the 800, Ashley Campbell placed second in the 800 in a time of 2:35.80.
In the distance medley relay, the team of Trammel, Campbell, Kayla Whitmire and Abby McCandless finished third in a time of 13:26.80.
On the boys side, Trent Kelly finished third in the 1,600 with a time of 4:44.08.
In the field events, Garrett Parkhill finished third in the shot put with an effort of 45 feet, three inches. Jacob Farmer’s throw of 130-6 in discus allowed him to finish third.