Several high school track and field teams traveled to Seguin High School to participate in the Matador Relays on Saturday, March 24.
The Spartans had five first-place finishes, as the girls won the team title, with the boys taking fourth.
Georgetown's 4×200 meter relay team made up of Morgan Fleming, Noah Bishop, Will Mootz, and Riley Powell ran for a fourth place finish with a time of 1:49.28. Tafella's winning vault of 7 feet was one-and-a-half feet higher than the three second-place finishers, Cassidy Kirk of Pike County, Faith Branham of Lamar County and Jerilynn Gradic of Pike County, who each vaulted 5 feet, 6 inches. Cocalico's Austin Landers won the long jump, going 19-2.5, and the Eagles won the meet, 82-67.
Curtis earned a first-place finish in the 100 meter with a time of 11.78 seconds. McKallip also finished second in the 3,200 yards with a time of 13 minutes, 14 seconds, almost one minute behind race victor Doster, who finished in a time of 12 minutes, 15 seconds.
Lynnville-Sully put a sweep on the hurdle events as junior Tyson Vander Linden posted a winning time of 59.59 seconds in the 400 hurdles. The third-place vaulter was a foot shorter than second.
The Green mixed relay team of Emma Maggioncalda, Jesus Robles, Ella Sutter and Andrew Powers won the 400 meter relay, while the team of Robles, Reese Dobson, Arabella Davis and Gabe Gissell (G) won the 4X200 relay and Kayla Schmick, Nate Jordan, Wheatley and Liam Sheldon (G) in the 1600 relay.
Joey Gonzales placed 8th in the 3200 meter run with a time of 12 minutes and 19.17 seconds.
The Rockets' girls track team finished third in Wednesday's quad-meet.
Jalen Smith earned a second-place finish in the 110-hurdles with a time of 21.2, while Terrance Thompson earned team points with a fifth-place result (22.89).
Kuchem placed sixth in the girls 400-meter run.
Alyse Henry, sophomore of Rock Springs, Wyoming, excelled in the 3000 meter steeplechase, winning with a personal best time of 11:32.66.
Elizabethtown's Carley Sedun helped the Bears pick up a 117-31 win at home over Lebanon Monday with wins in the shot put (29-4) and discus (87-11). Kalen Dockweiler was champion in the 800 meter run. Junior Evan Squires combined with Lukehart, Stock and Van der meer for a fourth-place time of 1:47.24 in the 800 sprint medley relay.
Georgetown's 4×800 meter relay team consisting of Aaron Teegarden, Tanner Ellis, Joshua Galley, and Finn Tomlin placed runner-up behind Bethel-Tate with a time of 9:20.53.