Boys Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances, Week 1

The El Paso high school track season began Feb. 7-8 with three meets – the Hanks, Austin and Chapin Invitationals.

Franklin won the Hanks Invitational with 183.50 points followed by Americas (110), Parkland (68), Hanks (63) and Del Valle (55). For complete results, click here.

Burges won the Chapin Invitational with 142 points followed by San Elizario (137), Chapin (88), Canutillo (56) and Irvin (47). For complete results, click here.

For complete results of the Austin Invitational, click here.

MichealAbyeta
Hanks senior Michael Abeyta and Franklin senior Fernie Morales put on a show in the 1,600-meter run at the Hanks Invitational. Abeyta won the event in 1:53.02 while Morales was second in 1:55.17.

This week’s schedule is as follows:

Eastlake Invitational (Boys/Girls): Feb. 14-15 at the Socorro Student Activities Complex. YWLA, Ysleta, Hanks, Riverside, Mt. View, Clint, Horizon, Harmony, Eastlake, Socorro, Pebble Hills, Americas.

 Irvin Invitational (Boys/Girls): Feb. 14-15.  Parkland, Irvin, Bowie, El Paso, Andress, Austin, Jefferson, Canutillo, Anthony, Loretto.

Eastwood Invitational: Feb. 15 at Eastwood High School. Eastwood, Bel Air, Del Valle, El Dorado, Montwood, San Elizario, Coronado, Chapin, Franklin, Tornillo, Loretto, Cathedral.

Here the top 10 track and field male athletes in each track and field event after the first week of the season:

Dayton Jamierson
Pebble Hills’ Dayton Jamierson jumped 5-feet, 10-inches to take second place in the high jump at the Hanks Invitational. Americas Evan Chisolm won the event with a Week 1, city best 6-0.

 

Field Events

 Discus: 1, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 138-5; 2, Leonardo Chavez, Irvin, 130-10; 3, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 127-0; 4, Korbyn Wells, Eastlake, 123-3; 5, David Dominguez, Montwood, 120-6; 6, Jorge Fuentes, Canutillo, 120-1; 7, Eddie Villalba, Clint, 119-8; 8, Javier Montes, Del Valle, 117-6; 9, Noe Moreno, Canutillo, 116-10; 10, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 114-3.

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 46-4; 2, Leon Smith Jr, Franklin, 44-7; 3, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 43-1; 4, Kalum Anchondo, Americas, 41-8.5; 5, Verdi Miranda, Montwood, 41-5.5; 6, Eddie Villalba, Clint, 41-2; 7, JohnVilla, Parkland, 40-10.5; 8, Freddy Caldwell, El Dorado, 40-10; 9, Jason Crespo, Franklin, 39-11; 10, Alejandro Barreda, Franklin, 39-6.5.

High jump: 1, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-0; 2, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 5-10; 2, Ivann Alvarez, Americas, 5-10; 4, Dominic Porra, Horizon, 5-8; 5, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 5-6; 5, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 5-6; 5, Josh Pacheco, Mt. View, 5-6; 8, Zacarias Velasquez, Franklin, 5-4; 8, Kyahn Williams, Eastlake, 5-4; 10, Joseph Ortiz, Americas, 5-2.

Pole vault: 1, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 12-0; 2, David Rodriguez, San Elizario, 11-6; 2, Luis Holguin, Burges, 11-6; 2, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 11-6; 2, Jakob Castillo, Del Valle, 11-6; 2, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 11-6; 7, Jovanni Fernandez, San Elizario, 11-0; 8, Isaac Quinones, Franklin, 10-0; 8, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 10-0; 8, Evan Perez, Hanks, 10-0.

Long jump: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 22-7.5; 2, Zacarias Velasquez, Franklin, 21-2.5; 3, Andrew Martinez, Parkland, 20-10; 4, Daniel Rivera, Horizon, 20-9; 5, Jacob Vetterkind, Socorro, 20-5.5; 6, Marcos Duran, Mt. View, 19-7.5; 7, Jesse Marquez, Riverside, 19-6.5; 7, Hector Nevarez, Mt. View, 19-6.5; 9, Izak Jiminez, Montwood, 19-2; 10, Jonathan Garcia, Bowie, 19-1.5.

Triple jump: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 45-3; 2, Gabriel Stonewall, Franklin, 44-7; 3, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 41-11; 4, Daniel Rivera, Horizon, 41-9; 5, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 41-2.5; 6, Michael Haack, Franklin, 39-11; 7, Michael Peterson, Chapin, 40-11.5; 8, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 40-4; 9, Alec Marenco, Burges, 39-6.5; 10, Christopher Wilson, Burges, 39-2.5.

Omajuwa Etiwe
Franklin senior Omajuwa Etiwe doubled in the 200- and 400-meter run at the Hanks Invitational. He ran the 200 in 21.56 and the 400 in 47.74.

Running Events

 100 meters: 1, Chris Ramos, Montwood, 11.22; 2, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.23; 3, Aaron Dumas, Americas, 11.28; 4, Alfredo De La Torre, Americas, 11.40; 5, Isreal Hudson, Franklin, 11.43; 5, Jose Guardado, Riverside, 11.43; 5, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.43; 8, Mike Williams, Coronado, 11.46; 9, Duane Nelson, El Dorado, 11.52; 10, Jesse Marquez, Riverside, 11.54.

200 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 21.56; 2, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 22.14; 3, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 22.80; 4, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.86; 5, Samuel Guitterez, Hanks, 22.94; 6, Lorenz Smith, Eastlake, 23.52; 7, Jacob Vetterkind, Socorro, 23.61; 8, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 23.64; 9, Barry Cummings, Burges, 23.76; 10, Cameron Jackson, Eastlake, 23.80.

400 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 47.74; 2, Bryan Lopez-Villarreal, Franklin, 49.89; 3, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 51.25; 4, Christian Rosales, Burges, 51.96; 5, Tomas Gutierrez, Franklin, 52.16; 6, Miguel Nunez, El Dorado, 52.66; 7, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 52.67; 8, Noah Yeager, Burges, 52.83; 9, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 52.85; 10, Aaron Espinoza, Coronado, 52.94.

800 meters: 1, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 1:53.02; 2, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 1:55.17; 3, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 2:00.73; 4, Noah Yeager, Burges, 2:01.57; 5, Daniel Kennedy, Franklin, 2:02.37; 6, Fernando Anzures, Cathedral, 2:02.38; 7, Jarrett Ketchmark, Andress, 2:03.37; 8, Seth Rodriguez, San Elizario, 2:03.98; 9, Seth Andrade, Americas, 2:04.26; 10, Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 2:04.41.

1,600 meters: 1, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 4:19.68; 2, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 4:28.13; 3, Jacob Ye, Americas, 4:28.87; 4, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:29.17; 5, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:32.04; 6, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 4:35.76; 7, Daniel Kennedy, Franklin, 4:37.11; 8, Omar Munoz, Hanks, 4:38.47; 9, Michael Mier, Americas, 4:38.98; 10, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 4:39.49.

3,200 meters: 1, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 9:26.54; 2, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 9:56.46; 3, Hector Sanchez, Americas, 9:58.33; 4, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 10:09.38; 5, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 10:09.95; 6, Israel David, Eastlake, 10:14.27; 7, Christian Parra, Socorro, 10:19.50; 8, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 10:20.46; 9, Rene Arambula, San Elizario, 10:23.00; 10, Jonah Van Orman, Franklin, 10:23.21.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 15.64; 2, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 15.72; 3, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.79; 4, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 15.81; 5, Joshua Love, Montwood, 15.83; 6, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 16:48; 7, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 16.73; 8, Angel Hernandez, Eastlake, 17.35; 9, Izak Jiminez, Montwood, 17.52; 10, David Rodriguez, San Elizario, 17.93.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Dereck Parris-Constance, Franklin, 41.41; 2, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 42.4; 3, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 42.12; 4, Enrique Perez, Hanks, 42.19; 5, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 42.29; 6, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 42.33; 7, Izak Jiminez, Montwood, 43.04; 8, Marco Carrillo, Clint, 43.34; 9, Joshua Love, Montwood, 43.40; 10, Isaias Valdez, San Elizario, 43.63.

400-meter relay: 1, Americas, 43.04; 2, Franklin, 43.45; 3, Montwood, 43.86; 4, Burges, (Derrik Workmen, Alec Marenco, Christopher Wilson, Christian Rosales), 44.02; 5, Hanks, 44.55; 6, El Dorado, 44.78; 6, Chapin, 45.12; 6, Andress, 45.12; 8, Del Valle 45.32; 9, Riverside, 45.33; 10, Parkland, 45.36.

800-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 1:28.42; 2, Americas, 1:30.46; 3, Burges (Derrik Workmen, Barry Cummings, Christopher Wilson, Alec Marenco), 1:33.01; 4, Del Valle, 1:35.13; 5, Montwood, 1:34.14; 6, Austin, 1:34.30; 7, Chapin, 1:34.53; 8, Parkland, 1:35.02; 9, Andress, 1:35.26; 10, Coronado, 1:35.30;

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:22.68; 2, Hanks, 3:27.32; 3, Eastlake, 3:29.52; 4, Americas, 3:30.41; 5, Montwood, 3:32.06; 6, Burges (Barry Cummings, Noah Yeager, Luis Holguin, Christian Rosales), 3:32.65; 7, Parkland, 3:37.17; 8, San Elizario (Misael Alarcon, Isaias Valdez, Alexis Maldonado, Edwin Gomez), 3:38.09; 9, Pebble Hills, 3:39.92; 10, El Dorado, 3:40.91.

 

 

 

Author: Victor R. Martinez

My love of running began with my son Deric. His passion and talent for distance running opened my eyes to a sport I never imaged I would embrace with such enthusiasm. As a journalist at the El Paso Times, I was the lead writer for cross country and track for several years and I was able to tell the stories of these amazing unsung athletes. Never a runner myself, I decided to change that when I turned 50 in 2016 when I trained for my first 5K. I've been running ever since and I love every minute of it - well - sort of.

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