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Relays come on late at 4A state meet

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

LAKEWOOD -- It was not the kind of Colorado meet Mullen boys and girls track and field had in mind.

There were mistakes, mishaps and disappointing performances that didn’t measure up to a lot of the Class 4A field.

However, Mustangs boys had a couple of sharp relay performances on Saturday at Jefferson County Stadium to push the Mustangs to a 10th-place team finish that grabbed some respectability and satisfcation.

The 1,600-meter relay team of Christian Rapp, Andrew Seaman, Adrian Jackson and Wind Henderson took first place in 3 minutes, 22.78 seconds. The Mustangs ran past second-place Silver Creek by.48 of a second.

In addition, Seaman, Jackson, A’Jon Vivens and Henderson combined to take second in the 400 relay, ending in 42.47. They were just .03 behind winner Pueblo South.

Henderson scored the only other points for the Mustangs, finishing second in the long jump earlier in the meet.

Silver Creek was the team champion over the three-day meet, compiling 60.5 points.

For Mustangs girls, who are mostly underclassmen, they were shut out among teams.

Individually on Saturday, promising freshman Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff was 16th in the 100 (12.89) and 13th in the 400 (26.08). Junior Lauren Cox was 16th in the 400 (26.48).

Also, Mullen girls were 11th in the 400 relay, finishing in 50.94.

The meet’s team champion was Valor Christian with 130 points.

Henderson lone highlight in 1st 2 days of state track

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

It hasn’t gone according to plan or hopes for Mullen track and field through the first two days of competition at the Colorado meet at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood.

The Mustangs have had issues with baton handling in relays and others not being able to get out of preliminaries.

However, a runner-up in a Class 4A field event as well as advancing a couple of boys relay teams to Saturday’s finals are the bright spots.

Junior Wind Henderson turned in a 22-feet, 1.5-inch effort to finish second to Vista Ridge’s Raymon Harper, who went 23-3.

And for relays, in the 400 it will be Adrian Jackson, A’Jon Vivens, Andrew Seaman and Henderson trying to accumulate some points (Mullen had only eight after the first two days). In the 1,600, it will be Jackson, Seaman, Christian Rapp and Henderson.

Earlier, the Mustangs dropped the baton in the boys 800 after being in the lead, said head coach John Henderson.

Through two days, Vista Ridge had 40 points to lead the boys field. In girls, Valor Christian rolled to 53.

Just Ducky: Mullen tracksters at Oregon Relays

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

With a trip to the Oregon Relays over the weekend, Mullen track-and-field competitors got a break, got a chance to get away and probably modified it with a taste of home.

“In a way, it was kind of like our meet,” Mustangs head coach John Hancock said, referring to the annual Mullen Invitational.

The gathering in Eugene, home of the Ducks, was similar in that it held different events, had assorted levels of heats and tried to attract the top athletes it could find.

Over two days, the Mustangs went against similar local – several representatives from Colorado teams made the trip – as well as different national competitors and one of their highlights was senior Bryce Medaris, who finished in third place in the 2k steeplechase in 6 minutes, 28.47 seconds.

Junior Wind Henderson went 21 feet, 9 inches in the long jump to take fourth.

In the 800 relays, Mustangs were eighth in boys, 1:35 (Adrian Jackson, Damien Cearns, Andrew Seaman and Henderson), and 25th in girls, 1:46.36 (Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff, Ellie Bixenman, Hallie McIntyre and Mikaela Henderson).

Jackson also was 23rd in the 100, 11.71, and senior A’Jon Vivens, who Hancock said was rounding into track shape, 58th, 12.33.

Cearns added a 30th in the 200.

And the sprint medley group of Jackson, Cearns, Seaman and Medaris bolted to fourth in the sprint medley (a mix of a 200, 200, 400 and 800), 3:45.64.

Headed to Oregon to play football, Hancock said of Jackson: “He ran really well all weekend.”

In additional field events, Carson Freeman was 20th in the shot put (11.77 meters) and set a personal record in the discus, 38.38 meters, Seaman added 6.22 meters in the long jump. David Cruz fouled in the triple jump.

For girls, Mitchell-Ruff zipped to third in the freshman 100, 13.17. She also was 20th in the varsity 200, 27.25.

Junior Lauren Cox was 24th in the open 100, 13.21.

Alina Ventura was 42nd and 53rd in the 100 and 300 hurdles, respectively, going 18.19 and 54.97.

In relays, Colleen Hart, Kendall Nusbaum, Anika Rosengarten and Madison Wainscoat were 14th in the 3,200, 11:06.26.

The 400 relay group of Mitchell-Ruff, Cox, Bixenman and Mikaela Henderson finished 23rd in 52.92.

The spring-medley team of Rosengarten, Natalie Paul, Nusbaum and Wainscoat took 26th, ending in 14:48.10.

Concerning field events, Nicki DeSeviere was 34th (24.34 meters) in discus and Cassandra Pine 33rd in javelin, 16.81 meters.

“Everybody’s getting there and doing better,” Hancock said.

Next for Mullen will be the Dakota Ridge Relays on Saturday, April 21, at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood.

However, another snowstorm was in the forecast at the beginning of the week.

Tracksters head northwest for Oregon Relays

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

Track-and-field competitors for Mullen have headed northwest this weekend. Certain Mustangs athletes have joined coach John Hancock in Eugene for the Oregon Relays.

The Ducks will host some of the nation’s top prep competitors on Friday and Saturday.

“It’s a great meet and we’ll see what we can do,” Hancock said.

Concerning relays, the Mustangs will have Adrian Jackson, who has signed to play football for the Ducks; Colorado state football signee A’Jon Vivens; sophomore Damien Cearns; and junior Wind Henderson in the 400 meters.

The Mustangs’ sprint medley relay will consist of Jackson, Cearns, Andrew Seaman and Bryce Medaris.

In relays for girls, it will be: Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff; Lauren Cox; Ellie Bixenman; and Kate Rowland in the 400; Mitchell-Ruff; Bixenman; Hallie McIntyre; and Kate Rowland in the 800; and Madison Wainscoat; Colleen Hart; Kendall Nusbaum; and Anika Rosengarten in the 3,200.

Individually, Henderson will be in the high and long jumps. Seaman also will be in the long jump and Medaris in the steeplechase, the first event of the meet.

Mitchell-Ruff is seeded first in the ninth-grade 100 and will attempt the open 200. Cox will be in the open 100. Cassandra Pine will be in the shot put and discus.

Here’s a link to the schedule: http://oregonrelays.runnerspace.com/eprofile.php?do=title&title_id=38&event_id=26  

Mullen Invitational T&F loaded with top efforts

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

The names change, both for schools as well as athletes. Sponsors come and go. The fickle Colorado spring weather during it? It changes whenever it feels like it. And the size of the fields has varied over the years, mostly with it increasing.

So what’s the constant of the Mullen Invitational, the talent-filled track-and-field meet hosted by the Mustangs that just completed its 21st running on Saturday at Brother Bernard Kinneavy Field at De La Salle Stadium?

“We started off with maybe 24 schools,” longtime Mustangs head coach John Hancock said in recalling the 1998 meet, the beginning of what has turned into the top gathering during the regular season. “The concept has not changed. It’s the same way we’ve always done it. There are no team scores and we try to get as many top individuals as we can.”

And since the Mustangs have had success in Class 4A, there has been more than one comment, Hancock knows, about this meet being mostly for 4A schools, but he said “we have 2A schools, 3A schools … this is for the top individuals regardless of classification.”

There was nearly an all-time Colorado best among six meet records set on Saturday, the 200-meter effort of superlative Denver East sprinter Arria Minor, who was clocked in 23.23. It eclipsed the all-time best of 23.29 by Regis Jesuit’s Ana Holland at the Liberty Bell meet in 2013, according to listings by Colorado MileSplit. However, the plus-2.5 wind factor disqualified the mark from being recognized as the all-time leader. Minor, a junior, also won the 100 in 11.38, bettering her meet mark of 11.54 a year ago.

“Her times are among the best college-girl times,” Hancock said of Minor.

The 300-meter hurdle effort turned in by Valor Christian’s Anna Hall, 42.03, also was an all-time 4A best.  Four years ago, Rocky Mountain’s Carly Lester turned in 41.18.

“She really came through,” Hancock said.

Plus, the Denver East 400 relay team was clocked in 46.85, surpassing 2016’s 47.76.

In boys, Cole Sprout, Valor Christian, won the 1,600 in 4:12.75, bettering the 4:15.88 recorded in 2014 by Summit’s Liam Meirow, and up-and-comer and junior Max Manson of Monarch, a fair bet to top father Pat’s all-time mark of 17-7.5 set in 1986, also cruised past the meet mark of 16-3 in the pole with 16-10.

Plus, Hancock said, Manson failed to clear an even 17-0 “because he thought it would be too cold and he didn’t bring the right pole.”

In addition, the 1,600 for boys may have been the best ever gathered in the state, with Sprout, a sophomore, outdueling Mountain Vista’s Carter Dillon by .16 of a second. The first eight finishers ran 4:23.73 or better.

All told, Hancock called the performances “fantastic,” and added that Sprout probably “will have a top-10 time nationally.” The weekly listings of the state’s top qualifiers should be laced with Mullen Invitational performances.

As for the Mustangs, they had their usual opportunities to gauge some of what awaits them in the postseason and realize work has to be done. Their 400 relay team in boys was disqualified with baton-handling troubles; their 800 relay team won a heat; and others gained valuable experience, such as freshman Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff, an interesting prospect in the sprints who ran 26.69 in the 200. Plus, junior Wind Henderson finished third in the long jump, 21-1.75.

“We have some work to do, but we’ll be fine,” Hancock said.

Damien Cearns, a sophomore transfer from Cherokee Trail who joined with Christian Rapp, Andrew Seaman and Henderson to win their heat in 1:32.22, said “it’s a good meet and with me just transferring here it’s my first time and it’s really exciting. The field here is very good. And Mullen always seems to have good relay teams. I’m glad to be a part of them.”

Shirts, medals, backpacks, flowers and pizza were available for winners as the meet participants also benefited from a regular Colorado spring day, one that followed a minor snowstorm. As usual, there were clouds, sunshine and regular temperature swings, but it proved glorious.

“It was nice,” Hancock said, “because it wasn’t too hot and nobody was getting overheated.”

Next for the Mustangs is sending competitors to the Oregon Relays Friday-Saturday.

 

21ST ANNUAL MULLEN INVITATIONAL

(Included are winners as well as top Mullen finishers)

BOYS

100 – Luc Andrada, Pueblo East, 10.87 seconds.

200 – Tyler Williams, Standley Lake, 21.79. Mullen – Damien Cearns, 22.98.

400 – Adam Stark, Loveland, 48.99.

800 – Carter Dillon, Mountain Vista, 1:55.66. Mullen – Bryce Medaris, 2:05.28.

**1,600 – Cole Sprout, Valor Christian, 4:12.75.

3,200 – Nick Shampoe, Discovery Canyon, 9:54.61.

110 hurdles – Joel Nyatusah, Overland, 14.07.

300 hurdles – Oscar Sarabia, Hinkley, 39.10.

400 relay – Pueblo West, 43.82.

800 relay – Smoky Hill, 1:28.98. Mullen – (Christian Rapp, Andrew Seaman, Wind Henderson, Damien Cearns), 1:32.22, won heat.

1,600 relay – Denver East, 3:26.61. Mullen, 3:35.56.

3,200 relay – Discovery Canyon 8:21.76. Mullen (Bryce Maderis, Sebastian Campos, Ryan Carrigan, Bryce Ringman), 8:58.55.

Discus – Kain Medrano, Pueblo East, 165 feet, 2 inches. Mullen -- Dante Silva, 14th 121-04.

High jump – Garrett Martin, Standley Lake, 6-8.

Long jump – Frank Nash, Pueblo West, 21-9.25. Mullen – Wind Henderson, 21-1.75.

**Pole vault – Max Manson, Monarch, 16-10.

Shot put – Kain Medrano, Pueblo West, 52-6. Mullen -- Aiden Keanaaina, 43-11.

Triple jump – Mikey Sanchez, Columbine, 43-3.

 

GIRLS

**100 – Arria Minor, Denver East, 11:38.

**200 – Arria Minor, Denver East, 23:23. Mullen – Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff, 26.69.

400 – Kiairra Reigh, Denver East, 54.65.

800 – MaLeigha Menegatti, Pueblo West, 2:17.54.

1,600 – Marlena Preigh, Fairview, 5:03.39.

3,200 – Carley Bennett, Lakewood, 11:23.75.

100 hurdles – Anna Hall, Valor Christian, 14.52. Mullen -- Hannah Wright, Mullen, 20.09.

**300 hurdles – Anna Hall, Valor Christian, 42.03.

**400 relay – Denver East, 46.85.

800 relay – Smoky Hill, 1:44.709. Mullen – (Natalie Paul, Mikaela Henderson, Hallie McIntyre, Ellie Bixenman), 1:55.70).

800 sprint medley relay – Valor Christian, 1:48.62.

1,600 relay – Denver East, 3:59.15. Mullen – (Kendall Nusbaum, Natalie Paul, Hallie McIntyre, Colleen Hart), 4:27.09.

3,200 relay – Discovery Canyon, 9:57.02. Mullen – (Kendall Nusbaum, Madison Wainscoat, Anika Rosengarten, Colleen Hart), 11:22.05.

Discus – Amber Gustafson, Mountain Range, 121-3.5.

High Jump – Taylor James, Nwot, 5-6.

Long iump – Maya Evans, Lutheran, 18-6.25.

Pole vault – Mia Manson, Manson, 12-8.

Shot put – Amber Gustason, Mountain Range, 38-5.5. Mullen – Cassandra Pine, 33-2.

Triple jump – Sydnee Larkin, Cherokee Trail, 40-4. Mullen – Emma Telgenhoff, 28-8.

Most Valuable Athletes

Anna Hall, Valor Christian

Max Manson, Monarch

Arria Minor, Denver East

Cole Sprout, Valor Christian

** -- Meet record.

Note: Hall's 42.03 also is a 4A all-time best.

 

Early track and field means slow beginnings

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

It was a meet. Then again, it wasn’t totally.

The Mullen Mustangs certainly were there, but officially they didn’t count in the team standings, although their individual performances went toward state qualification.

Welcome to early track and field in Colorado.

Last weekend, the Mustangs participated in the Arvada City Championships at Jefferosn County Stadium in Lakewood as there was opening, but team accumulation didn’t matter.

“It was an individual thing for kids,” Mustangs head coach John Hancock said.

And so it went … for boys, senior Andrew Seaman won the 400 meters in 53.08 seconds and was second in the long jump, 19 feet, 6.25 inches.

Junior Wind Henderson won both the long jump (21-0) and high jump (6-0). Ryan Carrigan won the pole vault in 11-0.

And in weights, Dante Silva, a junior, was third in discus (121-7).

For girls, Cassandra Pine was first in the shot put, 30-5.25.

The Mustangs’ 400 relay team of Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff, Lauren Cox, Hallie McIntire and Kate Rowland was first in 53.06, and Cox was a double winner individually, sweeping the 100 (13.26) and 200 (27.57).

Mitchell-Ruff was second in the 100 (13.26) and third in the 200 (28.23).

“A lot of kids were missing, they were doing other things, had other commitments,” Hancock said.

Such will be the case on Saturday, when the Mustangs will have entries in the already crowded Broomfield Shootout. Hancock said a fair amount of his competitors also will be leaving early for next week’s spring break, so the number of entries will be even lower, but include the likes of Cox and Mitchell-Ruff.

Spring Preview: Tracksters set to unleash power, speed

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

Numbers are up for Mullen track and field. So is the quality and enthusiasm.

In his 33rd season, head coach John Hancock said he’s “excited because the people I’m coaching with are excited and it’s going to turn out to be a good group for both boys and girls.”

A year ago, the Mustangs, usually serious threats in Class 4A – they have won 13 state championships in boys and a Colorado-leading 11 in girls -- were more about quality in the face of lower numbers, but they now seem to be strong in both and have added talented, multi-sport athletes to their mix.

“We have about 115 kids, so this is nice,” Hancock said.

In boys, there’s Oregon football signee Adrian Jackson in the sprints, relays and long jump. He’s joined by Colorado State football signee A’Jon Vivens in the sprints and relays.

Andrew Seaman, an all-state soccer player, is another state qualifier in the long jump and 200 and 400 meters. Christian Rapp will be in the 400 and 800. Mustangs top cross country runner Bryce Medaris, a top steeplechaser, will compete in the 1,600 and 3,200.

The speedy Wind Henderson is a threat to place in all three jumps. And Damien Cearns should be a new contributor to the relays and 200.

Ivan Ruiz figures to aid in the relays and long jump, and Thomas Keeley is set for the high jump and 400.

As for girls, Lauren Cox was fourth in the 100 the past spring. Kaleah M. Ruff may prove to be an interesting freshman sprinter. Mustangs field events figure to be headed by Kate Rowland (pole vault), Cassandra Pine (shot put and discus) and Nicki deSeriere (shot put and discus).

In addition, there will be Kendall Nusbaum (400 and 800), Mikaela Henderson (sprints and jumps), Madison Wainscoat (middle distances), Colleen Hart (middle distance), Emily McIntire (200 and 400) and Morgan Atwell (distances).

The Mustangs’ first meet will be Saturday, March 10, the Centennial League Relays at Brother Bernard Kinneavy De La Salle Stadium.


Track Wrapup 2017  

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

There was some good about Mullen’s performance in the Class 4A portion of the state track and field meet that was completed on Sunday at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood after last week’s series of storms pushed it back and eliminated preliminaries.

The thing was, there wasn’t enough of it to wipe out the pesky what-could-have-been portion … at least, not in the immediate moments of completion.  A lot of Mustangs weren’t happy. “Not at all,” senior Marcus McElroy said.  Still, some placings should soothe some of the unhappy ending.

For one, senior Christian Cumber followed up his fourth place in the 200 meters on Saturday with a sixth-place effort in the 100, getting clocked in 10.94 seconds. He will go on to play football at Colorado State in Fort Collins. For another, the Mustangs 400 relay team also placed, nabbing seventh. And for another, sophomore Lauren Cox took fifth in the 100 in 12.54.

However, the boys’ relays in the 400 and 800 entered the meet seeded first. A bad pass with the baton and a pulled hamstring by junior Adrian Jackson dashed title hopes.  Plus, the change of schedule took sophomore Wind Henderson out of two jumps as he had a family commitment.

In more than three decades, coach John Hancock has seen just about everything a state track meet can offer. “Well, I usually tell the kids that at a state meet not everything goes right and not everything goes wrong,” he said.  “Saturday, I think the graduations were mentally taxing. And they got here about 45 minutes before they ran. And then Adrian gets hurt and that’s the best we could do. You feel bad for them. You want the kids to have great experiences and you wanted to it to be something they’ll always remember.”

Neither (boys) relay worked, Hancock said, “but Christian had a great meet. And Anne (Gabrielson) had a good pole vault (on Saturday, finishing third).” Overall, the Mullen girls finished 24th with 12 team points. The boys were 20th with 14. Air Academy won the girls’ side in a tight one, 92-83 over runner-up Niwot, and the Vista Ridge boys flexed their muscles by easily outdistancing Air Academy 93.50 to 58.

Even the sting of disappointment felt by McElroy, another footballer bound for CSU and who said he “would think about this for a long time,” was modified by the fact that it was “it was nice to finish out with my teammates and spend the last week together.”

Mullen is down to one sport for the 2016-17 school year. Girls golfers will compete in the 3A state championship Monday and Tuesday at the Broadlands Golf Course in Broomfield.

Quality over quantity at state track

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

When the spring pageantry otherwise known as the state track and field meet begins on Thursday and runs into Saturday, Mullen will be represented by more quality than quantity, and quality may be enough in the five-classification system.

The Mustangs’ qualifiers are modest in numbers, but their potential for team points could prove considerable, particularly on the boys’ side.  Inclement weather predictions aside – snow, freezing temperatures and lots of dark skies and gloom -- Mullen entrants are stoked.  “Absolutely, I mean, regardless of the weather, and I’ve seen the forecast, no matter what I’m going to go out there and run the fastest I can,” Mustangs senior sprinter Christian Cumber said.

The Mustangs will ride their hopes on individual and relay speed, which basically is same thing and comes from the same sources. There’s Cumber, a senior headed to Colorado State to play defensive back; junior Adrian Jackson, a junior linebacker/safety who recently pledged to Oregon; sophomore Jeordon Holmes; and running back Marcus McElroy, another CSU signee.

In fact, they have combined to dominate the 400- and 800-meter relays, registering the top times regardless of classification. In the 400, the fab four have been clocked in 41.80 seconds and in the 800 they went 1:27.52.  “I don’t think they’ve run their best races,” veteran Mustangs coach John Hancock said.

Mullen owns the state meet record, 41.28 set in 1997, and Hancock said it’s not out of the realm of possibility of “making a run at it.”  Said Cumber: “I think we have a great group of guys and all should be able to score some points and maybe take a title.”  Cumber (10.83) and Jackson (11.05) will be in Heat 1 of the 100. McElory (10.95) will be in the third of three heats.

In the 200, Jackson (22.26) will be in the second of three heats with Cumber (21.90) following in the third.  Cumber, ranked in the top five in both sprints, said “it’s anyone’s race.”  And Jackson, who towers over most sprinters and easily outweighs them, admits that he “tries to use it as intimidation (against others), but they usually get out faster than me.”

Holmes also will be in the 110 hurdles.  Sophomore Wind Henderson (22 feet, 6.5 inches) will be competing in the long jump and  high jump (6-3).  Hancock said the top team scoring should be in the 50s or 60s and to watch for the likes of Mountain Vista, Palmer Ridge and Vista Ridge.

Mullen is lighter on the girls’ side. Sophomore Lauren Cox will be in the 100 (12.54), but the Mustangs should be strong in the pole vault with Anne Gabrielson (10-6) and Camille DiPaola (10-4). Sophomore Cassandra Pine (34-11) is one to watch in the shot put and the 400 relay team of DiPaola, Gabrielson, Cox and sophomore Kate Rowland has been clocked in 50.80.

Hancock said Valor Christian will be tough to handle in the team chase.

Christian Cumber leads the Mustangs

By Neil H. Devlin
Mullen Sports Information Specialist

With sixth-place finishes on both of the boys and girls side, Mullen completed its regular season in track and field on Saturday in the Centennial League meet held at the Stutler Bowl in Greenwood Village.Top finisher for the Mustangs was Christian Cumber, who won the 100 meters in 11.01 seconds.

Boys relay teams also finished first in the 400, 800 and 1,600 relays.Top finisher for girls was Lauren Cox, who was second in the 100 in 12.82 seconds.

The Mustangs will be in the 4A state meet to be held Thursday-Saturday at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood.

 

RESULTS

BOYS

Team scores – Cherokee Trail 132, Cherry Creek 111.50, Arapahoe 100, Grandview 98, Eaglecrest 96, Mullen 57.50, Overland 56, Smoky Hill 33.

 

Top Mullen finishers

100 meters – 1. Christian Cumber, 11.01 seconds; 6. Adrian Jackson, 11.38; 8. Marcus McElroy, 11.46.

1,600 – 15. Bryce Medaris, 4:51.44; 24. Robbia Manta, 5:01.12; 30. Charlie Manta, 5:42.17.

200 – 6. Adrian Jackson, 24.30.

3,200 – 25. Robbie Manta, 11:13.71; 26. Sean Wallace, 12:24.20.

400 relay – 1. 41.83.

800 relay – 1. 1:27.52.

1,600 relay – 1. 5. 3:33.78.

800 – 19. Sebastian Campos, 2:10.80; 21. Christian Rapp, 2:15.03; 25. Eric Rapp, 2:21.13.

Discus – 5. Carson Freeman, 120 feet, 6 inches; 10. Sam DeSeviere, 116-5; 13. Trevor Kirking, 108-2.5

High jump – 4. Thomas Kelley, 5-7.

Long jump – 8. Wind Henderson, 21-0.

Pole vault – 10. Ryan Carrigan, 11-0.

Shot put – Sam DeSeviere, 41-10; 14. Aiden Keenaaina, 37-10; 20. Steve Coleman, 36-2.

Triple jump – 7. Wind Henderson, 40-1; 8. David Cruz, 40-0; 15. Christian Cruz, 37-7.

 

GIRLS

Team scores – Grandview 166, Cherokee Trail 143, Cherry Creek 118, Arapahoe 92, Smoky Hill 59, Mullen 54, Eaglecrest 46, Overland 43.

 

Top Mullen finishers

100 – 2. Lauren Cox, 12.82.

1,600 – 14. Katie Liedtke, 5:58.58; 16. Madison Wainscoat, 6:11.50; 21. Emily Deline, 6:32.71.

3,200 – Katie Liedtke, 13:58.68.

400 relay – 4. 50.80.

1,600 relay – 4. 4:22.37.

3,200 relay – 10:30.39.

800 – 13. Madison Wainscoat, 2:32.54; 14. Lauren Banko, 2:33.05; 19. Morgan Atwell, 2:46.32.

Discus – 3. Victoria May, 96-2; 9. Vicki DeSeviere, 88-1; 11. Cassandra Pine, 85-10; 19. Saba Mitchel, 68-2.50.

High jump – 12. Emma Telgenhoff, 4-4.

Pole vault – 3. Camille DiPaola, 10-4;  4. Anne Gabrielson, 10-4.

Shot put – 3. Cassandra Pine, 34-11; 4. Victoria May, 33-7.50; 6. Nicki DeSeviere, 33-0.

Sprint medley relay – 8. 2:03.53.

Triple jump – 15. Cassie Schottland, 28-10; 16. Anna Murdy, 28-2.25; 17. Emma Telgenhoff, 25-4.25.

 

 

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