Levelland Lobos Head for Areas After Dominating the 4A-2 District Meet
The Levelland Lobo Track and Field team is heading to the Area Track and Field Meet on Thursday in Canyon with a full head of steam after a dominating performance in the 4A-2 District meet last week.
With the top four in each event qualifying for the Area Meet the Levelland Lobos racked up 11 golds, three silvers, three bronze and three fourths totaling 20 entries in 17 events.
Daniel Hurn won the 100 Meters in 11.62 and the Triple Jump at 45′ 1.00”. He also picked up third in the Long Jump at 21′ 8.50”.
Cheaden Reyna won the 110 Meter Hurdles at 16.13 and the 300 Meter Hurdles at 40.55. He added the third in the Triple Jump at 43′ 8.50” and fourth in the Long Jump at 21′ 7.00”.
Isaac Vargas added to golds with a 3200 Meter Run win at 9:29.29 and a 1600 Meter Run win at 4:26.56.
Hiajamah Hudson took the gold in the Long Jump at 22′ 4.50” and second in the Triple Jump at 44′ 5.00”.
Mason Brogden took the 200 Meters at 23.74 while Braden Price won the Shot Put at 46′ 8.50”.
Levelland would also get a second from Jose Raul Ornelas in the 1600 Meter Run while Rodrigo Ornelas took second in the 3200 Meter Run and a fourth in the 1600 Meters.
TJ Brooks took third in the Pole Vault at 10′ 6.00” and Jaime Luz grabbed fourth also at 10′ 6.00”
Needless to say, the Levelland Lobos won the district with 194 points while Denver City took second at 142.
The Levelland Loboettes will have a contingency as well.
The Loboettes grabbed three slots in the Shot Put as Saron Mendoza won the event at 33′ 8.00. M’Kenzi Campbell grabbed second at 33′ 7.50” and Reina Vargas found the fourth slot.
Kaitlynn Whipple added second in the 3200 Meter Run at 13:23.31 and Jennifer Prado took second in the Pole Vault at 7′ 0.00”.
Levelland also picked up a third from Kazzi Spears in the High Jump, a third from Megan Latham in the 300 Meter Hurdles, a fourth from Sydney Ramirez in the 100 Meter Hurdles and a fourth from Annie Dewbre in the 800 Meters.
The Lobos will send their 4×200 Meter Relay and 4×400 Meter Relay as both teams took gold. The Loboettes send the 4×400 Meter Relay after they would win a run off against Lubbock Estacado to take the fourth slot.
It will certainly be a packed bus going north to Canyon Randall High School on Thursday for the 2017 4A Area Track and Field Meet and the best of luck to our Lobos and Loboettes.