Elks place fourth at Aledo Bearcat Relays
In its second to last competition before the District 9-5A Championships, Burleson’s boys and girls track and field squads performed Friday at the Aledo Bearcat Relays.
The Elks and Lady Elks final meet before district is today in Weatherford. The 9-5A championships will take place April 4-5 at Joshua Owl Stadium.
The Elks finished fourth after scoring 86 points Friday. Aledo took first place with 159 points. Waco finished second (104 points) and Waco was third (89).
In the 400 meters, Raymond Lynch finished second in a time of 51.66. Willie Stevenson placed fourth in a time of 52.40 and Skylar Webb was eighth in a time of 53.84. Jackson Shaha placed fourth in the 110 hurdles in a time of 16.83 and
Jahbril Edwards was sixth in a time of 17.02. In the 300 hurdles, Edwards placed fifth in a time of 43.40. Casey Jackson and Shaha each clocked times of 44.02 to tie for sixth place.
Elias Word finished fifth in the 800 in a time of 2:08.28, and Skylar Webb was sixth in a time of 2:08.31. In the 1,600, Word placed fifth in a time of 4:51.06. Chris Smith was sixth in the 3,200 in a time of 10:51.72.
In the shot put, Garret Lake finished second with an effort of 43-11.5. Sean Joseph placed fifth in the triple jump with an effort of 41-5.5. In the discus, J.C. Mueller finished seventh with a throw of 131-3. Caleb Kirby placed seventh after clearing 12 feet in the pole vault.
In the 1,600 relay, the team of Iver Macaulay, Willie Stevenson, Calvin Williams, and Raymond Lynch finished fourth in a time of 3:32.18. The team of Joseph, Shaha, Iver Macaulay and Williams placed fifth in the 400 relay in a time of 44.93. In the 800 relay, the team of Macaulay, Joseph, Williams, Christian Doss was seventh in a time of 1:34.18.
Burleson’s girls finished seventh with 39 points. Centennial scored 170 points to win the title. Keller Central placed second (115 points) and Aledo was third (99).
Meadow Renfro finished third in the 800 in a time of 2:35.96, and placed fourth in the 1,600 in a time of 5:45.49. In the 200, Elizabeth Robertson was fourth in a time of 26.34. Tylee Prater finished fourth in the 100 hurdles in a time of 16.81 and Icis Young placed sixth in a time of 17.06.
In the 3,200, Emily Tebo placed sixth in a time of 13:40.68, and Bryanne Barajas was seventh in a time of 13:32.81.
In the long jump. Virgina Davis finished third with an effort of 16-07.50. Davis placed third in the triple jump with an effort of 34-1. Gracie Guinty placed fifth in the high jump after clearing five feet. Katie Arguello was eighth in the after clearing 4-8. In the discus, Dafni Pearson finished eighth with a toss of 83-3.
The team of Chatira Rubio, Madison Lewis, Arguello and Robertson placed fifth in the 1,600 relay in a time of 4:22.68. In the 400 relay, the team of Rayn Martin, Rubio, Davis and Robertson finished seventh in a time of 51.98.