Monday Cool Down: Chillin’ with Tornillo’s Kylene Elias and San Elizario’s Edwin Gomez

The San Elizario/Tornillo Invitational featured three state ranked teams – Tornillo in Class 3A, San Elizario in Class 4A and Eastwood in Class 6A.

TORNILLO-San Elizario senior Edwin Gomez and Tornillo sophomore Kylene Elias are familiar with success.

In his previous three years, Gomez won two UIL state cross country championships and finished with a silver medal last year. He also owns two golds and a silver medal from the Class 4A, Region 1 championship in his career.

Elias had a breakout fall season in 2019, winning the Class 3A, Region 1 championship and finished her freshman year with bronze medal at the state championship.

Each added to their local medal totals at the San Elizario/Tornillo Invitational at Tornillo High School on Saturday – Gomez winning in 16:26.23 and Elias in 21:12.56.

For Gomez, it was his first victory in three races this season and Elias’ second in a row after sitting out the Andress Invitational at Skyline Park.

Both attribute their slow starts to lack of training during COVID summer.

“I didn’t do much training during the summer,” Gomez said. “I was working construction in Dallas and I would be tired when I got home so I don’t have time to practice.”

San Elizario senior Edwin Gomez won his first invitational of the season, racing to 16:26.23 at the desert course at Tornillo High School.

But now that the season has begun, Gomez has turned in his hard hat and tool belt is looking forward to his senior year.

“I want to win another team state championship and try to get that first place individually,” he said. “Right now I’m not even close to where I want to be. I’m working on running a 15:15.00, that’s my goal. I’m running with the team in the morning, and in the afternoon, I’m doing 5 to 6 miles on my own because I didn’t get much training in the summer.”

In the desert course at Tornillo, the San Elizario boys – the No. 1 ranked Class 4A team in the state – finished second with 40 points, 12 points behind Eastwood who rested its top 5 runners in the boy’s and girl’s races.

Two of Gomez’s teammates – Dilan Sanchez (second, 16:42.51) and Chris Moreno (seventh, 17:24.61) – finished in the top 10.

The Troopers had its five scoring runners in the top 10 led by Victor Anchondo (third, 16:48.55), Nick Parra (fourth, 16:49.19), Devon Paez (fifth, 16:52.33) and Andres Gurrola (sixth, 16:57.09).

Tornillo, ranked No. 1 in the state in Class 3A, placed runners – Angel Torres (17:27.96) and Bryan Garcia (17:30.50) – to finish third with 82 points,  Bel Air was fourth (99) and Del Valle fifth (117).

Eastwood’s Joaquin Chavez rounded out the top 10 in 17:51.07.

On the girl’s side, Eastwood win the team championship with 29 points followed by Tornillo with 55 points, Bel Air (63) and Del Valle (85).

Bel Air’s Abigail Murillo finished second behind Elias in 21:47.57.

Eastwood had five runners in the top 10 including Trinity Martinez (third, 21:50.77), Desiree Carrillo (fourth, 22:07.98),  Amaryllis Rubalcaba (sixth, 22:29.71), Hannah Tellez (seventh, 22:39.00), Alexis Vasquez (ninth, 22:51.27) and Jasmine Martinez (tenth, Eastwood, 23:04.55).

Olivia Garcia was fifth for Tornillo (22:17.07) and Bel Air’s Sara Armendariz was eighth (22:44.36).

“It was so hard to train this summer because of COVID,” Elias said. “Coach would send us the workouts and we would practice on our own. We had to do that until August when we came back to school and practiced as a team.”

Like Gomez, Elias acknowledged not training as hard as she should have in the summer.

After missing the first race of the season, Tornillo sophomore Kylene Elias has won two in a row after turning in a 21:12.56 at the Tornillo Invitational.

“I kind of slacked off,” she said, letting out a big laugh. “I’m not going to lie to you. But it was just a little bit.”

The experience of her freshman season – a district and regional championship and a bronze medal at state – has motivated Elias to get serious about her training again.

“I’m very eager to run and do my best this year because we have such a great team,” she said. “We have freshman named Nat (Escajeda) who is a great runner. I’m looking forward to see what we can do as a team at regionals and maybe state.”

She is looking to share the state experience with her teammates this year.

“Last year when it was just me, it was boring,” Elias said. “When I went to state, it seemed to motivate the team and now they want to go as well. I know my role is to be a leader and to work harder so we can all make it to state.”

Click here for full results – https://tx.milesplit.com/meets/395667-san-elizario-tornillo-invitational/results/702563/formatted#.X2_gM2hKjIU.

Other highlights and results from across the city:

Dale Reinhardt Invitational (SAC)

The Americas boys won the event with 23 points followed by Cathedral (39), Socorro (79) and Montwood (83).

Americas placed runners in the first four spots led by Carmelo Corral who picked up his second straight meet victory in 17:13.37. Jared Laverty was second in 17:44.75, Michael Mier was third in  17:50.77 and Aaron  Saenz was fourth (18:18.00).

The rest of the top 10 were Luis Gomez, Cathedral,  18:21.49; Elijah  Noble, Cathedral,  19:29.13.; Bernard  Martinez, Cathedral, 19:53.52; Trenton Nelson, Montwood, 19:56.80; Jacob  Noble,   Cathedral,   20:09.25 and Mathew Estrada, Socorro,  20:27.99. 

The Montwood girls won the varsity division with 16 points followed by Loretto (69), Americas (70) and Socorro (85).

Montwood’s Jazmine Miranda won her first championship in 21:57.64 at the Dale Reinhardt Invitational at the SAC.

The Rams Jazmine Miranda won her first championship in 21:57.64 to lead five Montwood runners in the top six. Kassandra Jimenez was second in 22:10.52 followed by Alexa Rangel (22:29.60) Natalie Espinosa (23:02.45) in fourth and Karyme Garcia (24:29.39) in sixth.

Other top 10 runners were Samantha Ramirez, Socorro (fifth, 23:57.92), Morayma  Montes, Austin (seventh, 24:30.91), Isabella Medina, Americas (eighth, 25:14.25),  Britney Martinez, Loretto (ninth, 25:40.30) and Mia  Vargas, Americas (tenth, 25:51.73).

Click here for complete results -https://www.runnercard.com/e/runner.Main?meet=1003207

Coronado Invitational (Haskins Recreation Center)

Eastlake junior Israel David won his third straight invitational in 15:40.96 but it was Coronado – who placed three runners in the 2-3-5-6 spots – who won the team championship with 29 points. Eastlake was second with 39 and El Paso High was third with 62.

Coronado’s Luis Pastor was second in 16:41.71 followed by teammates Corey Dubrule (third, 16:52.53), Sam Breceda (fifth, 17:04.59) and Stephen Pitchkolan (sixth, 17:31.10). El Paso High’s Josep Ferret was fifth in 17:00.20. Rounding out the top 10 were Jarrett Ketchmark, Andress (seventh, 17:43.52), David Ramirez, El Paso (eighth, 17:58.94), Mario Elias, Eastlake (ninth, 18:11.52) and Angel Recio Martinez,  Eastlake (tenth, 18:19.48).

Coronado’s girls made it a T-Bird sweep winning the meet with 29 points. El Paso High was second with 35 points and Eastlake was third with 66.

Coronado sophomore Kyra Walker, a state qualifier last fall, won her second career varsity race in the 20:52.12. In all, the T-Birds had five runners in the top 10 including Alexa Lawrence (third, 21:32.18), Banah Abdeljaber (sixth, 21:44.99), Eva Asfahani (ninth, 22:11.31) and Christina Duncan (tenth, 22:12.39).

Other top 10 finishers were Eastlake’s Megan Kirtley (second, 21:13.25) and four El Paso High runners in 4-8 – Shayla Cohen Jones (21:34.19), Alissa Kennedy (21:42.13), Andrea Castillo (21:48.74) and Jezarae Valenzuela (22:00.39).

Click here for complete results – http://www.elpasoathletics.com/2020/09/21/coronado-cc-inv-2020/

Clint ISD Invitational (Mt. View High School)

Pebble Hills sophomore Omer Ibrahim won his first varsity meet completing the hilly, dusty, desert course in 19:33.04. Horizon’s Ivan Hernandez was second in 20:08.24.

Pebble Hills sophomore Omer Ibrahim won his first varsity meet completing the hilly, dusty, desert course Mt. View High School in 19:33.04.

Franklin won the team championship with 25 points followed by Pebble Hills (59), Horizon (59), Clint (112) and Valle Verde (129).

The Cougars place five in the top 10 led by Octavio Trujillo (20:15.62) and Diego Flores (20:29.03) who finished third and fourth. Three other Franklin runners finished 6-8 – Rai Lopez (21:18.53), Matthew Engle (21:40.94) and Austen Percifull (21:46.42).

Rounding out the top 10 were El Dorado’s Venancio Claderon (fifth, 21:02.55), El Dorado’s Aden Hodgson (ninth, 21:51.85) and Joshua Gonzalez from Mt. View who finished tenth in 21:58.98.

It was a perfect score of 15 for the Franklin girls who placed seven runners in the top 10. Pebble Hills was second with 70 points followed by Clint (76) and Horizon (83).                     

Eva Jess won her third meet and remains unbeaten in El Paso since her freshman year. She won in 21:50.18 followed by teammates Ally Little (second, 22:09.02), Sofia Camacho (third, 24:02.02), .Jenna Saunders (fourth, 24:23.74), Michele Paillard (fifth, 24:28.43),  Alyssa Laspada (sixth, 25:02.65) and 8, Sarah Villaronga (eighth, 25:33.84).

Horizon had two runners -Andrea Villagomez (seventh, 25:22.37) and Iris Baca (tenth,  25:56.46 – in the top 10 and Clint’s Vivian Zapata was ninth in 25:45.52.

Click here for complete results – https://www.runnercard.com/runner/data/19643/1003201/result/MVHS%20XC%20Results%204-26-20.pdf

Parkland/Hanks Invitational (Northeast Regional Park)

Chapin’s Joaquin Ortega won his second varsity invitational of the season, racing to a time of 16:03.17, almost a full 27 seconds faster than runner-up Andrew Valdiviezo from Riverside (16:30.54).

Chapin’s Joaquin Ortega.

David Herrera was third in 16:36.13 to pace Burges to a team victory with 32 points. Hanks was second with 40 points, Riverside third (56) and Parkland was fourth (73).

Including Herrera, the Mustangs had four runners in the top 10 – Dylan Walker (eighth, 16:53.31), Julian Maldonado (ninth, 16:56.77) and David Gonzalez (tenth, 17:15.18).

Top runners for the Knights were Andrew Alvarado (fourth, 16:36.48) and Alejandro Tarin (sixth, 16:46.21).

Parkland’s Kenneth Lamar Golston was fifth in 16:45.92 and Canutillo’s Denovan Estrada was seventh in 16:48.50.

Parkland’s Angelina Lujan-Marrufo won her third championship in as many weeks finishing 19:12.42 but it was the Canutillo girls who surprised the field in winning the team title with 41 points.

Jefferson was second with 49 followed by Hanks (55), Riverside (98), Parkland (103) and Young Women’s Leadership Academy (120).

Canutillo had three runners in the top 10 including runner-up Chondra Espino (20:36.59), Natalie Rivera (fifth, 21:21.31) and Ivy Lara (tenth, 21:48.57).

Jefferson’s top three were Monique Correa (third, 20:42.30),  Jelia Lugo (sixth, 21:21.75) and Crystal Peterson (seventh, 21:35.22).

Hanks runner Mia Rivera (20:57.46) was fourth and Madison Spencer was ninth in 21:46.97.

Burges’ Emilee Antimo was eighth in 21:39.54.

Click here for complete results – https://www.runnercard.com/e/runner.Main?meet=1003208

High School Boys XC Poll: Week 2

Every Thursday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top cross country male runners.

The system is as follows: In a race of less than 150 runners, first place gets 10 points, second gets 9 points all the way down to and 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 151 to 300 runners, double points will be rewarded meaning 20 points for first, 19 for second all the way down to 1 point for 20th. For every additional 150 runners, another 10 runners will be included in the points.

For those who like raw times, we also list the Top 25 5K/3-mile boys and girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

For questions, videos and photos email vrmart66@gmail.com.

This week’s schedule:

Dale Reinhardt Invitational: 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 25 at Socorro’s Activities Complex. Socorro, Montwood, Americas, Cathedral, Austin, Irvin.

Coronado Invitational: 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Don Haskins Recreation Center. Coronado, Eastlake, El Paso, Bowie, Anthony, Andress.

Clint ISD Invitational: 8 a.m., Sept. 26 at Mt. View High School. Clint, Mt. View, Pebble Hills, Valle Verde, El Dorado, Horizon, Franklin.

Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational: 8 a.m., Sept.  26 at Tornillo High School. Tornillo, San Eli, Del Valle, Eastwood, Ysleta, Bel Air.

Hanks Invitational: 8 a.m. Sept. 26 at NE Regional Park. Hanks, Parkland, Riverside, YWLA, Chapin, Burges, Jefferson, Canutillo.

In the first two weeks of the 2020 season, Eastwood has been as dominate as ever winning both local invitationals with ease.

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The Troopers came two points short of a perfect score to win the Del Valle Invitational. Eastwood had four runners in the top 5 and eight in the top 10 for a season low 17 points. Eastwood swept the top three spots with first-place finisher senior Sergio Leon Cuartas, (15:29.43), runner up senior Nathan Hernandez (15:38.58) and third place runner junior Isaac Mendoza, (15:40.73). Senior Aaron Perez was fifth in 15:46.55, senior Victor Parra was sixth in 16:10.22, junior Devon Paez was ninth in 16:17.57 and junior Victor Anchondo was 10th in 16:22.04. The Troopers 1-5 split was 40 seconds. The team will race at the Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational at Tornillo High School on Saturday.

2. Americas: The Trailblazers swept the top three spots at the Irvin Invitational at Veterans Park to score 18 points and the first-place trophy. Junior Carmelo Corral was first in 15:15.03 followed by juniors Jared Laverty (15:41.15) and Aaron Saenz (15:56.91). Corral won his first varsity race and set the season’s city best time. In all, six Americas runners placed in the top 10 including seniors Michael Mier (fifth, 16:04.08) and Gage Garcia (seventh, 16:33.48) and junior Jesse Morales (ninth, 17:12.49). The team will compete in the Dale Reinhardt Invitational at SISD’s Student Activities Complex.

3. Coronado: The T-Birds came out strong to start the 2020 with an impressive 32-point performance to win the El Dorado Invitational at SISD’s Student Activities Complex. Coronado placed four runners in the top 5 including race winner sophomore Luis Pastor (17:20.20), senior Corey Dubrule (third, 18:02.50), sophomore Sam Breceda (fourth, 18:22.80) and junior Stephen Pitchkolan (fifth, 18:36.00). Coronado will race at its own invitational at the Don Haskins Recreation Center on Saturday.

4. San Elizario: The Eagles move up one spot after its second-place finish at the Del Valle Invitational with 51 points. Seniors Edwin Gomez finished fourth in 15:41.0 and Dilan Sanchez was eighth in 16:16.49. Sophomore Chris Moreno was 12th in 16:56.60. The team will race at the Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational at Tornillo High School on Saturday.

5. Franklin: Last week the Cougars tight pack was in the high 20s. At the El Dorado Invitational at the SAC, the pack moved up to the single digits. Franklin placed four runners in the 6-9 spots and finished second to Coronado with 41 points. The team also moved up four spots in the poll. Freshman Matthew Engle was sixth in 18:41.90, senior Andres Buckley was seventh in 18:51.10, sophomore Diego Flores was eighth in 18:59.50 and sophomore Roberto Rivas was ninth in 19:09.40. Franklin will race the Clint ISD Invitational at Mt. View High School on Saturday.

6. Tornillo: The Coyotes move up one spot after winning La Isla Invitational in Fabens with 50 points. Tornillo, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A in the state, had two runners in the top 5 – Bryan Garcia (second, 16:48.31) and Angel Torres (fifth, 17:18.97). The team will race in its own invitational on Saturday.

7. Burges: The Mustangs made its 2020 debut with a second-place finish at La Isla Invitational in Fabens, two points behind Tornillo. Burges had four runners – seniors Dylan Walker (fourth, 17:11.88) and Luis Holguin (sixth, 17:20.81) and juniors Julian Maldonado (eighth, 17:28.69) and David Herrera (tenth, 17:29.34) – in the top 10. The team will compete at the Hanks Invitational at the Northeast Regional Park.

8. Cathedral: The Fighting Irish drop three spots after placing third at the Fabens Invitational at La Isla Church. Cathedral had two in the top 10 – senior Luis Gomez (third, 17:07.09) and sophomore Elijah Noble (ninth, 17:29.00). The team is racing the Dale Reinhardt Invitational on Friday at the SAC.

9. Eastlake: The Falcons suffered the biggest drop of the week, down five spots after finishing fourth at the La Isla Invitational in Fabens.  Junior Israel David won his second straight race finishing in 15:40.62. David’s scoring teammates finished tight in 15-16-18 and 20. Eastlake will race at the Coronado Invitational at the Don Haskins Recreation Center on Saturday.

10. Hanks: Life without two Division 1 athletes Michael Abeyta (Oregon) and Rodger Rivera (Texas) will take a little getting used to for the Knights who make their 2020 debut in the Top 10. Hanks will count heavily on junior Gael Alvarado and sophomore Alejandro Tarin. Hanks finished a respectable third with 98 points at the always difficult Del Valle Invitational. Tarin was 14th in 17:13.65 and Alvarado finished 15th in 17:14.53. Hanks will race at its own invitational at the always fast Northeast Regional Park.

 Dropped out: Socorro, Riverside.

On the brink: Riverside, Pebble Hills, Bel Air.

Americas junior Carmelo Corral won his first varsity race and set the season’s city best time at Veterans Park. Corral ran a 15:15.03.

Top times (5K/3Miile)

1, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 15:15.03 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

2, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 15:29.43 (Del Valle, 9/19).

3, Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 15:38.58 (Del Valle, 9/19).

4, Israel David, Eastlake, 15:40.62 (La Isla Park, 9/19).

5, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 15:40.73 (Del Valle, 9/19).

6, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 15:41.04 (Del Valle, 9/19).

7, Jared Laverty, Americas, 15:41.15 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

8, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 15:46.55 (Del Valle, 9/19).

9, Aaron Saenz, Americas, 15:56.91 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

10, Aziel Heredia, Austin, 16:01.71 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

11, Michael Mier, Americas, 16:04.08 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

12, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 16:10.22 (Del Valle, 9/19).

13, Nick Parra, Eastwood, 16:15.42 (Del Valle, 9/19).

14, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 16:16.25 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

15, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 16:16.49 (Del Valle, 9/19).

16, Devon Paez, Eastwood, 16:17.57 (Del Valle, 9/19).

17, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 16:22.04 (Del Valle, 9/19).

18, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 16:22.99 (Del Valle, 9/19).

19, Gage Garcia, Americas, 16:33.48 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

20, Denovan Estrada, Canutillo, 16:38.88 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

21, Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 16:48.31 (La Isla, 9/19).

22, Chris Moreno, San Elizario 16:56.60 (Del Valle, 9/19).

23, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 16:56.63 (Del Valle, 9/19).

24, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 17:01.88 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

25, Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 17:04.09 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

The third week of the 2020 season begins on Friday at SISD’s Student Activities Complex with the Dale Reinhardt Invitational. Week two saw vast improvements in individual times.

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Israel  David,  Eastlake, 20 (2).

2, Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 17.

2, Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 17.

2, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 17.

5, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 16 (1).

6, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 15 (1).

6, Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 15.

6, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 15.

6, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 15 (1).

10, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 13.

Jared Laverty, Americas, 12.

Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 11.

Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 11.

Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 10 (1).

Luis Pastor, Coronado, 10 (1).

Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 10.

Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 8.

Aaron Saenz, Americas, 8.

Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 8.

Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 8.

Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 7.

Aziel Heredia, Austin, 7.

Dylan Walker, Burges, 7.

Sam Breceda, Coronado, 7.               

David Ortega, Socorro, 6.

Michael Mier, Americas, 6.

Stephen Pitchkolan, Coronado, 6.                 

Venancio Claderon, El Dorado, 5.

Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 5.

Victor Parra, Eastwood, 5.

Luis Holguin, Burges, 5.

Matthew Engle, Franklin, 5.           

Aden Hodgson, El Dorado, 4.

William Moreno, Bel Air, 4.

Nick Parra, Eastwood, 4.

Gage Garcia, Americas, 4.

David Ramirez, El Paso, 4.

Andres Buckley, Franklin,  4.          

Juan Uribe, Socorro, 3.

Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral, 3.

Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 3.

Denovan Estrada, Canutillo, 3.

Julian Maldonado, Burges, 3.

Diego Flores, Franklin, 3.            

Devon Paez, Eastwood, 2.

Jesse Morales, Americas, 2.

Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 2.

Marcos Garcia, Cathedral, 2.

Roberto Rivas, Franklin. 2             

Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 2.

Eric Lopez, Riverside, 1.

Bernard Martinez, Cathedral, 1.

Ivan Hernandez, Horizon, 1.

David Herrera Burges, 1.

High School Girls XC Poll: Week 2

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top cross country female runners.

The system is as follows: In a race of less than 150 runners, first place gets 10 points, second gets 9 points all the way down to and 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 151 to 300 runners, double points will be rewarded meaning 20 points for first, 19 for second all the way down to 1 point for 20th. For every additional 150 runners, another 10 runners will be included in the points.

For those who like raw times, we also list the Top 25 5K/3-mile boys and girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

For questions, videos and photos email vrmart66@gmail.com.

This week’s schedule:

Dale Reinhardt Invitational: 4:15 p.m., Friday, Sept. 25 at Socorro’s Activities Complex. Socorro, Montwood, Americas, Loretto, Austin, Irvin.

Coronado Invitational: 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Don Haskins Recreation Center. Coronado, Eastlake, El Paso, Bowie, Anthony, Andress.

Clint ISD Invitational: 8 a.m., Sept. 26 at Mt. View High School. Clint, Mt. View, Pebble Hills, Valle Verde, El Dorado, Horizon, Franklin.

Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational: 8 a.m., Sept.  26 at Tornillo High School. Tornillo, San Eli, Del Valle, Eastwood, Ysleta, Bel Air.

Hanks Invitational: 8 a.m. Sept. 26 at NE Regional Park. Hanks, Parkland, Riverside, YWLA, Chapin, Burges, Jefferson, Canutillo.

Tornillo make its 2020 top 10 debut. The Coyotes out of Class 3A have made an early season splash. The team won the Fabens Invitational at La Isla on Saturday. Sophomore Kylene Elias won the event in 21:11.44.

Top 10

1. Franklin: The Cougars continued their El Paso dominance by taking 7 of the top 10 spots at the El Dorado Invitational at SISD’s Student Activities Complex, good for 22 points. Eva Jess led the pack winning in 19:50.00 followed by second place Ally Little (20:04.00)  followed by Alyssa Laspada (4th, 20:48.10), Jenna Saunders (7th, 21:06.00), Jordan Torres (8th,  21:28.60), Michele Paillard (9th, 21:32.00) and Sofia Camacho (10th, 22:02.60). The team will race at the Clint ISD Invitational at Mt. View High School – yet another hilly, desert course – on Saturday.

2. Montwood: The Rams were second at the El Dorado Invitational at SISD’s Student Activities Complex, finishing with 37 points. Montwood placed three runners in the top 6 including Kassandra Jimenez (3rd, 20:33.90), Karyme Garcia (5th,  20:57.00) and Jazmine Miranda (6th, 21:06.10). All three athletes improved on their times from last week. For the third straight week, the team will race at the SAC, this time at the Dale Reinhardt Invitational on Friday.

3. Eastwood: The Troopers won the Del Valle Invitational with six runners in the top 10. Lauren Walls-Portillo won the race in 18:27.56, the city’s new fastest time.  Adalia Olmos was third in 20:39.25 followed by Amber Martin (5th, 20:57.20), Selma Licon (6th, 21:06.67), Hannah Tellez (8th, 21:59.06) and Jasmine Martinez (1oth, 22:00.67). Eastwood scored 23 points, well ahead of second place Hanks at 67. The team will race at the Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational at Tornillo High School.

4. Jefferson: The Foxes did not race last week. The team will compete at the Hanks Invitational at the Northeast Regional Park, a course known to fast so expect some excellent times.

5. Coronado: The T-Birds opened their season with a third-place finish at the El Dorado Invitational at SISD’s Student Activities Complex behind city No. 1 Franklin and No. 2 Montwood. Sophomore Kyra Walker lead the team finishing 14th in 22:47.80. Coronado will race in its own invitational on Saturday at the Don Haskins Recreation Center.

6. Bel Air. The Highlanders move up a spot after placing third at the Del Valle Invitational with 69 points. Bel Air placed three runners in the 4-9 spots lead by Abigail Murillo (4th, 20:50.88), Sara Armendariz (7th, 21:38.56) and Rosemary Torres (9th, 22:00.39). The team will race at the Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational at Tornillo High School.

7. Americas: The Trailblazers jump up three spots after winning the Irvin Invitational at Veterans Park with 40 points. Americas had four runners in the top 10 paced by Isabella Medina (3rd, 20:43.50), Itzel Garcia (7th, 21:26.78), Mia Vargas (9th, 22:11.63) and Lauren Anderson (10th, 22:15.15). The team will race at Dale Reinhardt Invitational at the SAC on Friday.

8. Del Valle: The Conquistadors placed fourth at their own invitational last week, finishing in the 15-16-17-18 spots.  Disany Sandoval was Del Valle’s top runner finishing in 23:00.84. The team will race at the Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational at Tornillo High School on Saturday.

9. Hanks. The Knights make their 2020 debut into the top 10 after their second-place finish at the Del Valle Invitational. Hanks scored 67 points behind a strong effort by a pair of juniors – Mia Rivera who finished second in 20:36.30 and Madison Spencer who was 11th in 22:26.54.  Senior Jade Baca helped the cause by finishing 14th in 22:51.21. The team will race at its own invitational at the Northeast Regional Park,

10. Tornillo. The little team that could is also making its 2020 top 10 debut. The Coyotes out of Class 3A have made an early season splash. The team won the Fabens Invitational at La Isla with 28 points. Tornillo had four runners in the top 6 lead by sophomore Kylene Elias who won the event in 21:11.44. Coyote runners finished 4-5-6 including Nat Escajeda (21:47.25), Oliva Garcia (21:56.75) and Wendy Garcia (21:59.84). The team will race at the Tornillo/San Elizario Invitational at Tornillo High School on Saturday.

Dropped out: Socorro, Pebble Hills.

On the brink: El Paso High, Eastlake.

Eastwood junior Lauren Walls-Portillo turned in the city’s fastest time last week at Del Valle, winning the event in 18:27.56, the city’s new fastest time.

Top times (5K/3Mile)

1, Lauren Portillo-Walls, Eastwood, 18:27.56 (Del Valle, 9/19).

2, Eva Jess, Franklin, 19:23.00 (SAC, 9/12).

3, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 19:28.02 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

4, Ally Little, Franklin, 20:02.62 (SAC, 9/12).

5, Andrea Villagomez, Horizon, 20:26.27 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

6, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 20:33.90. (SAC, 9/19).

7, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 20:36.30 (Del Valle, 9/19).

8, Adalia Olmos, Eastwood, 20:39.25 (Del Valle, 9/19).

9, Isabella Medina, Americas 20:43.50 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

10, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 20:44.81 (SAC, 9/12).

11, Abigail Murillo, Bel Air, 20:50.88 (Del Valle, 9/19).

12, Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 20:52.03 (SAC, 9/12).

13, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 20:52.73 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

14, Samantha Ramirez, Socorro, 20:56.46 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

15, Karyme Garcia, Montwood, 20:57.00 (SAC, 9/19).

16, Amber Martin, Eastwood, 20:57.20 (Del Valle, 9/19)

17, Michele Paillard, Franklin, 20:59.40 (SAC, 9/12).

18, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 21:06.10 (SAC, 9/19).

19, Selma Licon, Eastwood, 21:06.67 (Del Valle, 9/19).

20, Monique Correa, Jefferson, 21:09.51 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

21, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 21:11.44 (La Isla, 9/19).

22, Elizabeth Hernandez, Austin, 21:16.45 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

23, Sara Armendariz, Bel Air, 21:16.46 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

24, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 21:19.63 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

25, Megan Kirtley, Eastlake, 21:18.59 (La Isla, 9/19).

Parkland senior Angelina Lujan-Marrufo has won the first two invitationals she has competed in this season. Her time of 19:28.02 accomplished last week at Veterans Park ranks her third in the city. Check her out the Hanks Invitational at the Northeast Regional Park on Saturday.

Power rankings (number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Eva Jess, Franklin, 20 (2)

1, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 20 (2).

3, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 19 (1).

4, Ally Little, Franklin, 17.

5, Abigail Murillo, Bel Air, 16.

6, Nat Escajeda, Tornillo, 14.

6, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 14.

6, Sara Armendariz, Bel Air, 14 (1).

9, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 13.

10, Olivia Garcia, Tornillo, 11.

Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 10 (1).

Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 10.

Rosemary Torres, Bel Air, 10.

Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 9.

Mia Rivera, Hanks, 9.

Andrea Villagomez, Horizon, 9.

Megan Kirtley, Eastlake, 9.

Samantha Ramirez, Socorro, 8.

Adalia Olmos, Eastwood, 8.

Alissa Kennedy, El Paso, 8.

Karyme Garcia, Montwood, 8.

Isabella Medina, Americas 8.

Monique Correa, Jefferson, 7.

Elizabeth Hernandez, Austin 7.

Amber Martin, Eastwood, 6

Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 6.

Jelia Lugo, Jefferson, 6.

Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 6.

Britney Martinez, Loretto, 6.

Jordan Torres, Franklin, 6.

Michele Paillard, Franklin, 6.

Disany Sandoval, Del Valle, 5.

Morayma Montes, Austin, 5

Selma Licon, Eastwood, 5.

Wendy Garcia, Tornillo, 5.

Itzel Garcia, Americas, 4.

Valeria Loo-King, Del Valle, 4.

Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 4.

Caryn Hart, Andress, 4.

Ivy Lara, Canutillo, 3.

Aylin Tepezano, Clint, 3

Hannah Tellez, Eastwood, 3.

Irma Munoz, Jefferson, 3.

Maria Hobbs, Loretto, 3.

Jaslyne Ramirez, Del Valle, 2.

Giselle Rubio, Eastlake, 2.

Brianna Ibarra, Tornillo, 2.

Mia Vargas, Americas, 2

Yanitza Olivares, Socorro, 1.

Genisis Guereca, Bel Air, 1.

Lauren Anderson, Americas 1.

Jasmine Martinez, Eastwood, 1

Jezarae Valenzuela, El Paso, 1.

Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 1.

High School Boys Cross Country Poll: Week 1

Every Thursday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top cross country male runners.

The system is as follows: In a race of less than 150 runners, first place gets 10 points, second gets 9 points all the way down to and 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 151 to 300 runners, double points will be rewarded meaning 20 points for first, 19 for second all the way down to 1 point for 20th. For every additional 150 runners, another 10 runners will be included in the points.

For those who like raw times, we also list the Top 25 5K/3-mile boys and girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

For questions, videos and photos email vrmart66@gmail.com.

This week’s schedule:

El Dorado Invitational: 8 a.m., Sept. 19 at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex. El Dorado, Montwood, Socorro, Pebble Hills, Coronado, Franklin, Mt. View, Anthony.

Fabens Invitational: 8 a.m., Sept. 19 at La Isla Church in Fabens. Fabens, Eastlake, El Paso, Tornillo, Burges, Clint, Valle Verde, Cathedral, Loretto.

Irvin Invitational: 8:30 a.m., Sept. 19at Veterans Park. Irvin, Americas, Bowie, Austin, Chapin, Canutillo, Parkland.

Del Valle Invitational 8a.m., Sept 19 at Del Valle High School. Del Valle, Hanks, Eastwood, Riverside, YWLA, Ysleta, Bel Air, San Eli.

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The two-time defending Class 5A UIL state champion returned to the 6A ranks on Saturday with a convincing 24-point performance at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex. Six of Eastwood’s runners finished in the top 11 including four in the top five – Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, (2nd, 16:45.41), Nathan Hernandez, (3rd, 16:46.09), Aaron Perez, (4th, 16:48.18) and Sergio Leon Cuartas (5th, 16:50.21). Victor Anchondo, was 10th in 17:26.34 and Victor Parra was 11th in 17:31.00. The team will race at Del Valle on Saturday.

2. Americas: The Trailblazers came into Saturday’s Pebble Hills Invitational with high expectations after a preseason No. 4 state ranking. Americas is coming off its second consecutive Class 6A UIL state appearance with a bulk of its team returning. On Saturday, Americas had two runners – juniors Carmelo Corral, (6th, 16:53.24) and Jared Laverty (8th, 16:59.52) – finish in the top 10. The team scored 74 points, good for second place. The team will race at the Irvin Invitational at Veterans Park on Saturday.

3. Coronado: Like most of the top teams, the T-Birds lost its 1-2 punch in Nick Gonzalez and Alan Alba. The team will look to senior Corey Dubrule and junior Stephan Pitchkolan to lead the team. They will make their season debut at the El Dorado Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex.

4. Eastlake: The Falcons have the city’s top runner in junior Israel David who is no longer in the shadows of Hanks grad Michael Abeyta or Coronado’s Nick Gonzalez. David became the first Eastlake runner to win an individual title in an El Paso race, earning the gold at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Center in 16:17.18. The team earned a third-place spot with 108 points. They will race at the Isla Invitational in Fabens.

5. San Elizario: The Eagles, the No. 1 ranked Class 4A team in Texas, struggled just a bit at Saturday’s Pebble Hills Invitational finishing a distant fourth with 114 points. Senior Edwin Gomez was the top runner finishing 7th in 16:58.69 and senior Dilan Sanchez was 12th in 17:31.96. San Elizario hopes to improve when they race at Del Valle on Saturday.

6. Cathedral: The Fighting Irish appear to be back as a major player in the city. The team scored an impressive 32 points to earn the title at the Andress Invitational at Skyline Park. Cathedral had  six runners in the top 10 including  Luis Gomez (4th, 17:04.09), Elijah Noble (fifth, 17:35.18), Jacob Noble (6th, 17:35.58), Dylan Lorilla, (8th, 18:00.60),  Marcos Garcia (9th, 18:09.39) and Bernard Martinez (10th, 18:16.94). They will compete in the La Isla Invitational in Fabens on Saturday.

7. Tornillo: The Coyotes, ranked No. 1 in the Class 3A in the state, had two runners finish in the top three at the Andress Invitational at Skyline Park. Angel Torres was second in 17:01.88 and Bryan Garcia was third in 17:03.25). The team will compete in the La Isla Invitational in Fabens on Saturday.

8. Socorro: The Bulldogswon the Riverside Invitational with 44 points at Blackie Chesher Park. Socorro placed three runners in the top 10 including Jorge Garcia, (2nd, 17:38.90), David Ortega (5th, 18:37.13) and Juan Uribe (8th, 19:00.41). Socorro will race at the El Dorado Invitational at the SAC on Saturday.

9. Franklin: The Cougars pack was tight atSaturday’s Pebble Hills Invitational with its top five finishing within 10 spots of each other. The team just needs to move up in placement in order to be successful.

10. Riverside: The Rangers has shown vast improvement and finished two points behind Socorro at the Blackie Chesher Park. Two Riverside runners finished in the top 10 – Andrew Valdiviezo who won the meet in 17:15.36 and Eric Lopez who placed 10th in 19:13.92. Riverside will race at Del Valle on Saturday

 Dropped out: None.

On the brink: Bel Air, Del Valle.

Top times (5K/3Miile)

1, Israel  David,  Eastlake, 16:17.18 (SAC, 9/12).

2, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 16:36.25 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

3, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 16:45.41 (SAC, 9/12).

4, Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 16:46.09 (SAC, 9/12).

5, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 16:48.18 (SAC, 9/12).

6, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 16:50.21 (SAC, 9/12).

7, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 16:53.24 (SAC, 9/12).

8, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 16:58.69 (SAC, 9/12).

9, Jared Laverty, Americas, 16:59.52 (SAC, 9/12).

10, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 17:01.88 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

11, Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 17:03.25 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

12, Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 17:04.09 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

13, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 17:15.36 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

14, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 17:25.47 (SAC, 9/12).

15, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 17:26.34 (SAC, 9/12).

16, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 17:31.00 (SAC, 9/12).

17, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 17:31.96 (SAC, 9/12).

18, Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 17:35.18 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

19, Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 17:35.58 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

20, Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 17:38.90 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

21, Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 17:49.53 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

22, Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 17:51.77 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

23, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 17:53.15 (SAC, 9/12).

24, Nicholas Parra, Eastwood, 17:54.21 (SAC, 9/12).

25, Devon Paez, Eastwood, 18:18.28 (SAC, 9/12).

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Israel  David,  Eastlake, 10 (1).

1, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 10 (1).

1, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 10 (1).

4, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9.

4, Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 9.

4, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9.

7, Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 8.

7, Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 8.

7, Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 8.

10, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 7.

10, Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 7.

10, Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 7.

Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 6.

David Ortega, Socorro, 6.

Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 6.

Carmelo Corral, Americas, 5.

Venancio Claderon, El Dorado, 5.

Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 5.

Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4.

Aden Hodgson, El Dorado, 4.

William Moreno, Bel Air, 4.

Jared Laverty, Americas, 3.

Juan Uribe, Socorro, 3.

Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral, 3.

Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 2.

Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 2.

Marcos Garcia, Cathedral, 2.

Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 1.

Eric Lopez, Riverside, 1.

Bernard Martinez, Cathedral, 1.

High School Girls XC Poll: Week 1

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top cross country female runners.

The system is as follows: In a race of less than 150 runners, first place gets 10 points, second gets 9 points all the way down to and 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 151 to 300 runners, double points will be rewarded meaning 20 points for first, 19 for second all the way down to 1 point for 20th. For every additional 150 runners, another 10 runners will be included in the points.

For those who like raw times, we also list the Top 25 5K/3-mile boys and girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

For questions, videos and photos email vrmart66@gmail.com.

Top 10

1. Franklin: Franklin’s second year reign as El Paso’s top squad began in grand fashion at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex. The Cougars, who are building off the school’s first Class 6A UIL State Cross Country Championship appearance last year, were solid placing six runners in the top eight positions. Senior Eva Jess, who finished with a silver medal at state, continued her three-year unbeaten El Paso streak winning the event in 19:23.00. New-comer, senior Ally Little, was third in 20:02.62 followed by sophomore Alyssa Laspada (4th, 20:44.81), junior Jenna Saunders (5th, 20:52.03), sophomore Michele Paillard (7th, 20:59.40) and junior Jordan Torres (8th,  21:19.15). The team will return to the SAC on Saturday for the El Dorado Invitational.

2. Montwood: Montwood was impressive at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex, placing three runners in the top 10 including sophomore Kassandra Jimenez (6th, 20:56.34) senior Karyme Garcia (9th, 21:24.03) and sophomore Jazmine Miranda (10th, 21:27.96). The team was second with 57 points with its 4 and 5 runners placing 14th and 18th. The team will return to the SAC on Saturday for the El Dorado Invitational.

3. Eastwood: The Troopers lone top-10 finisher at the Pebble Hills Invitational was junior Lauren Walls-Portillo who was second in 19:40.75.  Eastwood had four other runners in the top 20 to finish with 68 points, good enough for third place. The team will race at Del Valle on Saturday.

4. Jefferson: The Foxes2020 season began with aRiverside Invitational championship at Blackie Chesher Park. Four Jefferson runners finished in the top 10 to score 27 points. Junior Crystal Peterson was second, finishing in 20:52.73 followed by senior Monique Correa (4th, 21:09.51), Jelia Lugo (5th, 22:16.43) and Irma Munoz (8th, 23:51.88).

5. Coronado: The T-Birds will make its season debut at the El Dorado Invitational at the SAC. Coronado is led by sophomore Kyra Walker, a Class 6A state qualifier in 2019.

6. Socorro: Socorro did not run a full team at the Riverside Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park. However, two of its runners – juniors Samantha Ramirez (3rd, 20:56.46) and Yanitza Olivares (10th, 24:06.32) – finished in the top 10. The Bulldogs will race a full team at the El Dorado Invitational at the SAC on Saturday.

7. Bel Air. The Highlanders won the Andress Invitational at Skyline Park with 27 points. Bel Air swept the top three spots and boosted four runners in the top 10. Senior Sara Armendariz won the event in 21:16.46 followed by junior Abigail Murillo (21:28.63) and senior Rosemary Torres (22:01.89). Sophomore Genisis Guereca was 10th in 24:44.78. Bel Air will race at the Del Valle Invitational on Saturday.

8. Del Valle: The Conquistadors placed second at the Riverside Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park with 45 points. Del Valle had three runners – Disany Sandoval, (6th, 23:33.51),  Valeria Loo-King, (7th, 23:42.26) and Jaslyne Ramirez (9th, 24:02.65) – in the top 10, They will run in their own invitational on Saturday.

9. Pebble Hills: The Spartans placed a respectable fourth at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex, with 157 points. Its top runner, freshman Carolina Gregoria Zarrabal, was 11th in 21:51.2. The team will race the El Dorado Invitational at the SAC.

10. Americas: The Trailblazers had a disappointing 5th place finish at the Pebble Hills Invitational and hope to regroup at the Irvin Invitational at Veterans Park.

Dropped out: None.

On the brink: Tornillo.

Top times (5K/3Mile)

1, Eva Jess, Franklin, 19:23.00 (SAC, 9/12).

2, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 19:40.75 (SAC, 9/12).

3, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 19:55.09 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

4, Ally Little, Franklin, 20:02.62 (SAC, 9/12).

5, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 20:44.81 (SAC, 9/12).

6, Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 20:52.03 (SAC, 9/12).

7, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 20:52.73 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

8, Samantha Ramirez, Socorro, 20:56.46 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

9, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 20:56.34 (SAC, 9/12).

10, Michele Paillard, Franklin, 20:59.40 (SAC, 9/12).

11, Monique Correa, Jefferson, 21:09.51 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

12, Sara Armendariz, Bel Air, 21:16.46 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

13, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 21:19.15 (SAC, 9/12).

14, Karyme Garcia, Montwood, 21:24.03 (SAC, 9/12).

15, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 21:27.96 (SAC, 9/12).

16, Abigail Murillo, Bel Air, 21:28.63 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

17, Carolina Grego Zarrabal,  Pebble Hills,  21:51.25 (SAC, 9/12).

18, Sofia Camacho, Franklin,  21:52.21 (SAC, 9/12).

19, Rosemary Torres, Bel Air, 22:01.89 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

20, Adalia Olmos, Eastwood, 22:05.38 (SAC, 9/12).

21, Nat Escajeda, Tornillo, 22:06.33 (Blackie Chesher, 9/12).

22, Jelia Lugo, Jefferson, 22:16.43 (Skyline Park, 9/12).

23, Alexa Rangel, Montwood, 22:22.22 (SAC, 9/12).

24, Amanda Sotelo, Franklin, 22:29.97 (SAC, 9/12).

25, Victoria Ovalles, Eastwood, 22:35.41 (SAC, 9/12).

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Eva Jess, Franklin, 10 (1)

1, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 10 (1).

1, Sara Armendariz, Bel Air, 10 (1).

4, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 9.

4, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 9.

4, Abigail Murillo, Bel Air, 9.

7, Ally Little, Franklin, 8.

7, Samantha Ramirez, Socorro, 8.

7, Rosemary Torres, Bel Air, 8.

10, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 7.

10, Monique Correa, Jefferson, 7.

10, Nat Escajeda, Tornillo, 7.

Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 6.

Jelia Lugo, Jefferson, 6.

Britney Martinez, Loretto, 6.

Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 5.

Disany Sandoval, Del Valle, 5.

Olivia Garcia, Tornillo, 5.

Michele Paillard, Franklin, 4.

Valeria Loo-King, Del Valle, 4.

Caryn Hart, Andress, 4.

Jordan Torres, Franklin, 3.

Irma Munoz, Jefferson, 3.

Maria Hobbs, Loretto Academy, 3.

Karyme Garcia, Montwood, 2.

Jaslyne Ramirez, Del Valle, 2.

Brianna Ibarra,  Tornillo, 2.

Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 1.

Yanitza Olivares, Socorro, 1.

Genisis Guereca, Bel Air , 1.

Boys Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances, Week 5

Five city-best times and marks were accomplished last weekend at the Fred Loya, Burges and El Dorado invitationals.

Hanks senior Michael Abeyta earned a personal best 1:52.64 in the 800-meter run at the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

Franklin senior Leon Smith Jr. tossed the shot put for a personal – and city – best 47-feet, 11-inches at the at the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

Parkland senior Aaron Dreher reached a personal best and tied two others (Evan Chisolm, Americas and Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills) with a city-best 6-feet, 2-inches in the high jump at the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

Del Valle senior Austin Lara improved on his own pole vault mark with a personal best 13-7 at the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

The Pebble Hills 400-meter relay team of James Hadnot, Isaiah Davis, Sebastian Ochoa, Jamari Williams took over top honors in the city with a time of 42.52 at the El Dorado Invitational.

For complete results of the Fred Loya Invitational, click here

For complete results of the Burges Invitational, click here

For complete results of the El Dorado Invitational, click here

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This week’s schedule is as follows:

 Riverside Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 13-14. YWLA, Bel Air, Ysleta, Eastwood, Hanks, Riverside, Parkland, Del Valle, Coronado, Austin, Horizon, El Paso, Canutillo, Harmony, Bowie Montwood.

Cotton Relays (Boys/Girls): March 13-14 at Fabens High School. Fabens, Mt. View, Clint, Tornillo, San Elizario, Cathedral, Austin.

Andress Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 13-14. Andress, Chapin, Jefferson, Burges, Loretto, Anthony, Bowie, Irvin, El Dorado.

Southlake Carrol Invitational: March 13-14. Socorro, Americas.

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

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Field Events

 Shot put: 1, Leon Smith Jr, Franklin, 47-feet, 11-inches; 2, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 47-8; 3, Efren Ruvalcaba, Eastwood, 46-7; 4, ZaVeion Anderson, Eastwood, 45-5; 5, Cyrus Zachary Pomele, Pebble Hills, 44-7; 6, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 44-5; 7, Andrew Bristol, Franklin, 43-11; 7, Noe Moreno, Canutillo, 43-11; 9, Brandon Mojica, Burges, 43-5; 10, Cooper Parkinson, Franklin, 43-00.

Discus: 1, Juan Alvardo, Socorro, 144-10; 2, Leonardo Chavez, Irvin, 144-9; 3, Andrew Bristol, Franklin, 141-10; 4, ZaVeion Anderson, Eastwood, 138-7; 5, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 138-5; 6, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 137-9; 7, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 135-2; 8, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 133-1; 9, Ethan Chestnut, Franklin, 132-10; 10, Cyrus Zachary Pomele, Pebble Hills, 130-8.

High jump: 1, Aaron Dreher, Parkland, 6-2; 1, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 1, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 6-2; 4, Dominic Porras, Horizon, 6-1; 5, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 6-0; 5, JJ Etta, Franklin, 6-0; 5, Ivann Alvarez, Americas, 6-0; 5, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-0; 9, Nazareth Quinones, San Elizario, 5-10; 9, Charles Scott, Horizon, 5-10; 9, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 5-10; 9, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 5-10; 9, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 13-7; 2, Evan Perez, Hanks, 12-6; 2, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 12-6; 2, Justine Adebayo, Riverside, 12-6; 2, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 12-6; 6, David Rodriguez, San Elizario, 11-6; 6, Luis Holguin, Burges, 11-6; 6, Jakob Castillo, Del Valle, 11-6; 9, Jovanni Fernandez, San Elizario, 11-0; 9, Rene Calo, Eastwood, 11-0.

Long jump: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 22-7.5; 2, Duane Nelson, El Dorado, 22-5.5; 3, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 22-3; 4, Daniel Rivera, Horizon, 21-6.5; 5, Charles Scott, Horizon, 21-3.5; 6, Zacarias Velasquez, Franklin, 21-2.5; 7, Elijah Davis, Pebble Hills, 21-2; 8, Ethan Bustillos, Franklin, 20-11; 9, Andrew Martinez, Parkland, 20-10; 10, Samuel Gutierrez, Andress, 20-10; 10, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 20-10.

Triple jump: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 45-3; 2, Gabriel Stonewall, Franklin, 44-7; 3, Daniel Rivera, Horizon, 43-5; 4, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 42-6; 5, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 41-2.5; 6, Michael Peterson, Chapin, 40-11.5; 7, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 40-8.5; 8, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 40-5.25; 9, Michael Haack, Franklin, 40-4; 9, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 40-4.

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Running Events

 100 meters: 1, Isaiah Davis, Pebble Hills, 10.84; 2, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 11.09; 3, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.21; 4, Chris Ramos, Montwood, 11.22; 5, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.23; 6, Aaron Dumas, Americas, 11.25; 7, Marcus Ransom, Eastwood, 11.30; 7, Cameron Jackson, Eastlake, 11.30; 9, Mike Williams, Coronado, 11.35; 10, Darryn Clark, Franklin, 11.39; 10, Alfredo De La Torre, Americas, 11.39.

200 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 21.56; 2, Isaiah Davis, Pebble Hills, 21.90; 3, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 22.13; 4, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 22.42; 5, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.50; 6, Ryan Acosta, Americas, 22.64; 7, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 22.80; 8, Malachi Do, Andress, 22.86; 9, Samuel Gutierez, Hanks, 22.94; 10, Irvin Lopez, Del Valle, 23.01; 10, Christian Rosales, Burges, 23.01.

400 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 47.74; 2, Bryan Lopez-Villarreal, Franklin, 49.83; 3, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 50.36; 4, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 50.48; 5, Kenneth Golston Jr., Parkland, 51.09; 6, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 51.16; 7, Tomas Gutierrez, Franklin, 51.17; 7, Jacob Ye, Americas, 51.17; 9, Michael Haack, Franklin, 51.21; 10, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 51.25.

800 meters: 1, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 1:52.64; 2, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 1:54.38; 3, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 1:54.91; 4, Jacob Ye, Americas, 1:54.94; 5, Alan Alba, Coronado, 1:55.95; 6, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:56.47; 7, Noah Yeager, Burges, 1:56.82; 8, Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:58.09; 9, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 1:58.29; 10, Daniel Kennedy, Franklin, 1:59.02.

1,600 meters: 1, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 4:19.68; 2, Jacob Ye, Americas, 4:20.80; 3, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:20.89; 4, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 4:22.16; 5, Elias Perez, Eastwood, 4:22.63; 6, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:25.54; 7, Alan Alba, Coronado, 4:26.50; 8, Hector Sanchez, Americas, 4:28.18; 9, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:29.17; 10, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:29.79.

3,200 meters: 1, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 9:24.21; 2, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 9:24.42; 3, Elias Perez, Eastwood, 9:24.64; 4, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 9:26.71; 5, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:32.14; 6, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 9:34.43; 7, Juan Olmos, Eastwood, 9:41.39; 8, Hector Sanchez, Americas, 9:44.08; 9, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:44.12; 10, Carmelo Corral, 9:48.02.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.77; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 15.12; 3, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 15.24; 4, Jonathan Plascencia, Jefferson, 15.36; 5, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 15.45; 6, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 15.51; 7, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 15.54; 8, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.67; 9, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 15:76; 10, Joshua Love, Montwood, 15.83; 10, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 15.83.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Dereck Parris-Constance, Franklin, 39.82; 2, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 40.09; 3, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 40.11; 4, Jonathan Plascencia, Jefferson, 40.20; 5, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 40.29; 6, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 40.57; 7, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 40.61; 8, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 41.01; 9, Enrique Perez, Hanks, 41.23; 10, Izak Jiminez, Montwood, 41.57.

400-meter relay: 1, Pebble Hills (James Hadnot, Isaiah Davis, Sebastian Ochoa, Jamari Williams), 42.52; 2, Americas, 43.04; 3, Franklin (Zacarias Velasquez, Isreal Hudson, Ethan Bustillos, Angel Juardo), 43.28; 4, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Duane Nelson, Miguel Nunez, Alfredo Gomez), 43.55; 5, Burges, (Alec Marenco, Derrik Workmen, Christopher Wilson, Christian Rosales), 43.65; 6, Montwood, 43.86; 7, Eastwood (Marcus Ransom, Chris Willmon, Ethan Davila, Rafael Tortolo), 44.21; 8, Chapin, 44.26; 9, Ysleta (Joshua Lopez, Javier DeLaRosa, Victor Chuca, Lucas Flores), 44.36; 10, Hanks, 44.55.

800-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 1:28.42; 2, Pebble Hills (James Hadnot, Sebastian Ochoa, Jamari Williams, Isaiah Davis), 1:28.43; 3, Americas (Aaron Dumas, Sir Drennan, Ryan Acosta, Alfredo De La Torre), 1:30.14; 4, Burges (Alec Marenco, Barry Cummings, Christopher Wilson, Derrik Workmen), 1:31.29; 5, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Duane Nelson, Miguel Nunez, Emil Smith), 1:31.27; 6, Andress (Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz, Malcolm Hoist, Charlie Bass), 1:31.52; 7, Eastlake (Daine Kirtley, Lorenz Smith, Cameron Jackson, Adam Herrera), 1:31.77; 8, Austin (Kevin Usera, Isiah Witterstauter, Miguel Vasquez, Aaron Jackman), 1:32.11; 9, Del Valle (Andrew Felix, Jesse Wallace, Raymon Riddick, Irvin Lopez), 1:32.34; 10, Montwood (Ian Cano, Max Ayala, Angel Robles, Frank Hernandez), 1:33.14.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:22.68; 2, Eastlake (Daine Kirtley, Lorenz Smith, Adam Herrera, Angel Hernandez), 3:25.29; 3, Montwood (Yamil Oaxaca, Frank Hernandez, Kenneth Dominguez, Max Ayala), 3:25.30; 4, Burges (Barry Cummings, Noah Yeager, Luis Holguin, Christian Rosales), 3:26.45; 5, Hanks, 3:27.32; 6, Pebble Hills, 3:27.35; 7, Eastwood (Justin Gutierrez, Andrew Martinez, Ethan Davila, Marcus Ransom,), 3:28.05; 8, Americas, 3:28.79; 9, Coronado (Alan Alba, Aaron Espinoza, Nick Gonzalez, Corey Dubrule), 3:29.14; 10, Parkland (Alexiz Aguilar, Kenneth Golston Jr. Isaiah Martinez, Lincoln Jurado), 3:29.61.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Girls Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances, Week 5

Four city-bests were established last weekend at the Fred Loya and Burges invitationals.

Parkland junior Angelina Lujan-Marrufo set two personal best times – 25.57 in the 200-meter dash and a 2:14.94 in the 800 meters in the finals of the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

Other highlights include:

 Franklin junior Eva Jess set a personal best 10:47.57 in the 3,200 meters run to top her own city-best time at the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

The Franklin’s 400-meter relay of Amethyst Massaquoi, Devin Martinez, Diana Cain, Alex Guzman  improved on their own city best, racing to a 49.45 at the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

Chapin senior Kimberly Owens set a new city-best time of 12.51 in the 100-meter dash at the Burges Invitational.

For complete results of the Fred Loya Invitational, click here

For complete results of the Burges Invitational, click here

For complete results of the El Dorado Invitational, click here

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This week’s schedule is as follows:

Riverside Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 13-14. YWLA, Bel Air, Ysleta, Eastwood, Hanks, Riverside, Parkland, Del Valle, Coronado, Austin, Horizon, El Paso, Canutillo, Harmony, Bowie Montwood.

Cotton Relays (Boys/Girls): March 13-14 at Fabens High School. Fabens, Mt. View, Clint, Tornillo, San Elizario, Cathedral, Austin.

Andress Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 13-14. Andress, Chapin, Jefferson, Burges, Loretto, Anthony, Bowie, Irvin, El Dorado.

Southlake Carrol Invitational: March 13-14. Socorro, Americas.

Here the top 10 track and field female athletes in each track and field event after week 1:

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Field Events

 Shot put: 1, Regina Wolfe, Americas, 39-feet, 2 inches; 2, Lilliana Licon, Pebble Hills, 37-2; 3, Natalie Murillo, Del Valle, 35-5; 4, Victoria Loya, Clint, 34-9; 5, Annalise Gonzalez, Burges, 33-2.5; 6, Aries Mendez, Eastwood, 33-0; 7, Laura Barrios, El Paso High, 32-7; 8, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 32-6; 9, Savannah Hunnicutt, Burges, 32-4.5; 10, Fatima Lara, Montwood, 32-2.

Discus: 1, Regina Wolfe, Americas, 118-00; 2, Victoria Loya, Clint, 115-8; 3, Natalie Murillo, Del Valle, 111-0; 4, Daniela Escarcega, Bel Air, 110-10; 5, Jasmine Mancilla, Bel Air, 104-3; 6, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 103-3; 7, Lilliana Licon, Pebble Hills, 102-4; 8, Fatima Lara, Montwood, 102-2; 8, Ashanti Williams, Andress, 102-1; 10, Taylor Salcido, Franklin, 100-1.

High jump: 1, Makeia Ray, Eastlake, 5-8; 2, Eireann Donohoe, Chapin, 5-6; 3, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 5-3; 4, Yasmine Quirino, Pebble Hills, 5-2; 4, Sydney Co, Pebble Hills, 5-2; 6, Olivia Neufeld, Eastwood, 5-1; 7, Anesa McBain, Eastwood, 5-0; 7, Tamia McLaughlin, El Dorado, 5-0; 9, Alyssa Alaiafune, Franklin, 4-10; 9, Sarah Austin, El Dorado, 4-10; 9, Alissa Kennedy, El Paso, 4-10.

Pole vault: 1, Amelia Stuart, Franklin, 9 feet, 6 inches; 1, Sarah Granado, Eastwood, 9-6; 3, Jaqueline Morales, Del Valle, 8-6; 3, Renata Alvarado, Riverside, 8-6; 5, Cynthia Montes, Bel Air, 8-0; 5, Trinity Letuli, Franklin, 8-0; 5, Ruby Tapia, Eastwood, 8-0; 8, Giselle Gonzalez, Eastwood, 7-6; 8, Abigail Valles, Burges, 7-6; 8, Adina Hernandez, Parkland, 7-6; 8, Prissila Sosa, Del Valle, 7-6; 8, Paulina Diaz, Bel Air, 7-6; 8, Samaira Fragoso, Coronado, 7-6; 8, Adriana Alarcon, Mt. View, 7-6.

Long jump: 1, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 18 feet, 3.5 inches; 2, Eireann Donohoe, Chapin, 17-6; 3, Sarah Austin, El Dorado, 17-2; 4, Sydney Co, Pebble Hills, 16-11; 5, Diana Cain, Franklin, 16-9; 6, Ja’lin Stallworth, Andress, 16-7; 7, Alex Guzman, Franklin, 16-5.5; 8, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 16-5; 9, Aaliyah Davis, Eastwood, 16-4.5; 10, Promise Robertson, Eastwood, 16-2.

Triple jump:  1, Eireann Donohoe, Chapin, 37 feet, 2.5 inches; 2, Miranda Lopez, Franklin, 35-2.5; 3, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 34-7; 4, Alani Hupstead, Americas, 34-3; 5, Trinity Letuli, Franklin, 33-11.5; 6, Roxanna Badillo, Irvin, 33-11.25; 7, Plea Jai Roulhac, Chapin, 33-9; 8, Destiny Dominguez, Ysleta, 33-8.25; 9, Angela Hernandez, Americas, 33-6.5; 10, Tamia Blakley, Burges, 33-5.5.

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Parkland junior Angelina Lujan-Marrufo set two personal best times – 25.57 in the 200-meter dash and a 2:14.94 in the 800 meters in the finals of the Fred Loya Invitational at Eastwood.

Running Events

 100 meters: 1, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 12.51; 2, Alex Guzman, Franklin, 12.64; 3, Elizabeth Ward, Eastwood, 12.67; 4, Anaiah Quinn, Burges, 12.92; 5, Amethyst Massaquoi, Franklin, 12.95; 6, Sydney Co, Pebble Hills, 12.96; 7, Diana Cain, Franklin, 13.01; 7, Claire Terry, Chapin, 13.01; 9, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 13:03; 10, Pamela Martinez, Harmony Science, 13.07.

200 meters: 1, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 25.57; 2, Elizabeth Ward, Eastwood, 25.58; 3, Kimberly Owens, Chapin, 25.80; 4, Plea Jai Roulhac, Chapin, 26.35; 5, Amethyst Massaquoi, Franklin, 26.52; 6, Alex Guzman, Franklin, 26.65; 7, Cyan Cooper, Chapin, 26.72; 7, Sarah Austin, El Dorado, 26.72; 9, Pamela Martinez, Harmony, 26.78; 10, Anaiah Quinn, Burges, 26.92.

400 meters: 1, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 58.81; 2, Destiny Bushnell, Pebble Hills, 59.80; 3, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 59.85; 4, Amanda Sotelo, Franklin, 1:00.47; 5, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 1:00.73; 6, Sela Arevalo, Chapin, 1:01.20; 7, Isabella Zambrano, Franklin, 1:01.35; 8, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 1:01.36; 9, Camilla Gonzalez, Montwood, 1:01.76; 10, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 1:02.16.

800 meters: 1, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 2:14.94; 2, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 2:19.52; 3, Allyson Little, Franklin, 2:21.58; 4, Amanda Sotelo, Franklin, 2:22.49; 5, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 2:23.57; 6, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 2:24.83; 7, Annette Guzman, Burges, 2:25.05; 8, Sela Arevalo, Chapin, 2:25.41; 9, Desiree Carrillo, Eastwood, 2:26.10; 10, Adalee Martin, Pebble Hills, 2:28.39.

1,600 meters: 1, Eva Jess, Franklin, 4:59.98; 2, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 5:16.96; 3, Mariana Guzman, Americas, 5:24.12; 4, Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 5:30.12; 5, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 5:34.59; 6, Karyme Garcia, Montwood, 5:36.42; 7, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 5:36.64; 8, Janeth Chacon, Socorro, 5:38.51; 9, Kyra Walker, Coronado, 5:40.07; 10, Abigail Barraza, Americas, 5:40.46.

3,200 meters: 1, Eva Jess, Franklin, 10:47.57; 2, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 11:38.86; 3, Mariana Guzman, Americas, 11:39.82; 4, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 11:56.01; 5, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 11:58.84; 6, Kyra Walker, Coronado, 11:59.06; 7, Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 12:04.17; 8, Melody Tsutsumi, Jefferson, 12:16.73; 9, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 12:18.40; 10, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 12:19.20.

100-meter hurdles: 1, April Lang, Chapin, 15.70; 2, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 16.24; 3, Valeria Portillo, Coronado, 16.50; 4, Amethyst Massaquoi, Franklin, 16.59; 5, Alani Hupstead, Americas, 16.65; 6, Nichole Estrada, Mt. View, 16.76; 7, Xitlali Hernandez, Chapin, 16.98; 8, Mar Portillo, Coronado, 17.23; 9, Isabela Sanchez, Hanks, 17.26; 9, Xitlali Hernandez, Chapin, 17.26.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Plea Jai Roulhac, Chapin, 46.10; 2, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 46.73; 3, Cailee Phillips, Franklin, 47.80; 4, Valeria Portillo, Coronado, 47.91; 5, Olivia Neufeld, Eastwood, 47.99; 6, April Lang, Chapin, 48.75; 7, Nichole Estrada, Mt. View, 48.82; 8, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 49.09; 9, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 49.10; 10, Desiree Carrillo, Eastwood, 49.33.

400-meter relay: 1, Franklin (Amethyst Massaquoi, Devin Martinez, Diana Cain, Alex Guzman), 49.45; 2, Eastwood (Casandra Barua, Elizabeth Ward, Anissa Navarro, Kayleigh Walton), 49.86; 3, Chapin (Terry Claire, Kimberley Owens, Cyan Cooper, Celeste Garcia), 50.37; 4, Pebble Hills (Adenaji Jones Tornes, Destiny Bushnell, Sydney Co, Aniyah Addy), 50.65; 5, Montwood, (Paola Salas, Angelina Killings, Brianna Favela, Sofia Ramirez), 50.91; 6, El Dorado (Darling Harris, Syniah Smith, Sarah Austin, Tamia McLaughlin), 50.96; 7, Coronado (Camila Hernandez, Honesty Davis-Spotwod, Dora Goldstein, Valeria Portillo), 51.09; 8, Americas, 51.13; 9, El Dorado, (Darling Harris, Syniah Smith, Sarah Austin, Tamia McLaughlin), 51.35; 10, Mt. View (Adriana Alarcon, Valerie Garza, Diana Sanchez, Paola Guzman), 51.75.

800-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Cyan Cooper, Claire Terry, Sela Arevalo, Plea Jai Roulhac), 1:46.02; 2, Franklin (Alex Guzman, Devin Martinez, Miranda Lopez, Diana Cain), 1:46.16; 3, Eastwood, (Casandra Barua, Anissa Navarro, Alexia Mata, Elizabeth Ward), 1:47.04; 4, El Dorado (Sarah Austin, Alexandria Matus, Syniah Smith, Tamia McLaughlin), 1:48.17; 5, Americas (Alani Hupstead, Vanessa Enriquez, Ariana Hernandez, Alejandra Reynoso), 1:49.00; 6,  Montwood (Brianna Favela, Camilla Gonzalez, Paola Salas, Karen Van Valen,), 1:49.57; 7, Pebble Hills, 1:49.40; 8, Burges (Anaiah Quinn, Adriana Rosales, Samantha Cera, Alisa Chandler), 1:49.47; 9, Eastlake 1:49.92; 10, Canutillo (Jaiden Caswell, Sadi Clemons, Dannielle Carrillo, Waste Little Spotted Horse), 1:49.99.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Kimberly Owens, Samahdi Foster, Celeste Garcia, Plea Jai Roulhac), 4:05.07; 2, Franklin (Cailee Phillips, Allyson Little, Isabella Zambrano, Amanda Sotelo), 4:06.51; 3, Montwood (Brianna Favela, Sofia Ramirez, Karen Van Valen, Camilla Gonzalez), 4:07.13; 4, Eastlake (Leticia Girion, Makeia Ray, Alejandra Florentino, Hailey Black), 4:08.82; 5, Eastwood (Anissa Navarro, Desiree Carrillo, Olivia Neufeld, Lauren Walls-Portillo), 4:10.17; 6, Pebble Hills (Mikela Cartwright, Destiny Bushnell, Adalee  Martin, Sydney Co), 4:10.82; 7, Americas (Alejandra Reynoso, Angela Hernandez, Daphne Duran, Alani Hupstead), 4:11.95; 8, Canutillo (Dannielle Carrillo, Jaiden Caswell, Sadi Clemons, Waste Litle Spotted Horse), 4:15.81, 9, Burges (Mari Wright, Annette Guzman, Miciah Quinn, Esmeralda Gutierrez), 4:17.22; 10, Parkland (Jaileen Perez, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Illiana Izaguirre, Heaven Perez), 4:19.13.

 

UPDATE: Boys Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances, Week 4

THIS POST REFLECTS COMPLETE FRANKLIN INVITATIONAL RESULTS

Five city-best times and marks were accomplished last weekend at the Franklin, Bel Air Big Red and Mt. View invitationals.

Socorro’s Juan Alvarado came from 10th in the city to No. 1 in the discus with a toss of 144-feet, 10-inches at the Mt. View Invitational.

Rodger Rivera from Hanks set a city best in the 3,200-meter run with a 9:24.21 at the Bel Air Big Red Invitational.

Del Valle’s Austin Lara vaulted 13-feet, 3-inches in the pole vault at the Bel Air Big Red Invitational.

Dereck Parris-Constance from Franklin improved on his own time in the 300-meter hurdles, racing to a 39.82 at the Franklin Invitational.

Pebble Hills Isaiah Davis set a new city best of 10.84 in the 100-meters at the Mt. View Invitational.

For complete results of the Franklin Invitational, click here

For complete results of the Mt. View Invitational, click here

For complete results of the Bel Air Big Red Invitational, click here

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This week’s schedule is as follows:

 SISD Invitational (Boys/Girls):  March 6-7. Riverside, Andress (G), Mt. View, Clint, Horizon, El Paso, Montwood, Socorro, El Dorado, Pebble Hills, Eastlake.

Fred Loya Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 6-7 at Eastwood High School.  Eastwood, Bel Air, Ysleta, Hanks, Parkland, Del Valle, Franklin, Coronado, Loretto, San Elizario, Jefferson, Tornillo, Irvin, Americas, El Paso.

West Texas Relays: March 6-7.  Hanks, Riverside.

 Burges Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 6-7. Burges, Bowie, Austin, Chapin, Andress (B), Canutillo, Anthony, Harmony, Cathedral.

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

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Field Events

 Discus: 1, Juan Alvardo, Socorro, 144-10; 2, Leonardo Chavez, Irvin, 140-7; 2, Andrew Bristol, Franklin, 140-7; 4, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 138-5; 5, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 137-9; 6, ZaVeion Anderson, Eastwood, 136-0; 7, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 135-2; 8, Ethan Chestnut, Franklin, 132-0; 9, Jorge Fuentes, Canutillo, 129-10; 10, Cyrus Zachary Pomele, Pebble Hills, 128-10.

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 47-8; 2, Leon Smith Jr, Franklin, 46-8; 3, Cyrus Zachary Pomele, Pebble Hills, 44-7; 4, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 44-5; 5, Efren Ruvalcaba, Eastwood, 44-3; 6, Noe Moreno, Canutillo, 43-11; 7, Brandon Mojica, Burges, 43-5; 8, Kalum Anchondo, Americas, 42-5.5; 9, John Villa, Parkland, 42-2; 10, ZaVeion Anderson, Eastwood, 42-1.

High jump: 1, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 1, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 6-2; 3, Dominic Porras, Horizon, 6-1; 4, Ivann Alvarez, Americas, 6-0; 5, Nazareth Quinones, San Elizario, 5-10; 5, Charles Scott, Horizon, 5-10; 5, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 5-10; 5, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 5-10; 5, Dezmond Gonzalez, 5-10; 5, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 13-3; 2, Evan Perez, Hanks, 12-6; 2, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 12-6; 2, Justine Adebayo, Riverside, 12-6; 2, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 12-6; 6, David Rodriguez, San Elizario, 11-6; 6, Luis Holguin, Burges, 11-6; 6, Jakob Castillo, Del Valle, 11-6; 9, Jovanni Fernandez, San Elizario, 11-0; 9, Rene Calo, Eastwood, 11-0.

Long jump: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 22-7.5; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 22-3; 3, Zacarias Velasquez, Franklin, 21-2.5; 4, Elijah Davis, Pebble Hills, 21-2; 5, Duane Nelson, El Dorado, 20-10.5; 6, Andrew Martinez, Parkland, 20-10; 6, Samuel Gutierrez, Andress, 20-10; 8, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 20-9; 8, Daniel Rivera, Horizon, 20-9; 8, Alec Marenco, Burges, 20-8.

Triple jump: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 45-3; 2, Gabriel Stonewall, Franklin, 44-7; 3, Daniel Rivera, Horizon, 43-5; 4, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 41-11; 5, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 41-2.5; 6, Michael Haack, Franklin, 40-4; 7, Michael Peterson, Chapin, 40-11.5; 8, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 40-4; 9, Alec Marenco, Burges, 39-6.5; 10, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 39-3.25.

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Running Events

 100 meters: 1, Isaiah Davis, Pebble Hills, 10.84; 2, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 11.12; 3, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.21; 4, Chris Ramos, Montwood, 11.22; 5, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.23; 6, Aaron Dumas, Americas, 11.28; 7, Marcus Ransom, Eastwood, 11.30; 7, Cameron Jackson, Eastlake, 11.30; 9, Mike Williams, Coronado, 11.35; 10, Darryn Clark, Franklin, 11.39.

200 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 21.56; 2, Isaiah Davis, Pebble Hills, 21.90; 3, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 22.13; 4, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.50; 5, Ryan Acosta, Americas, 22.64; 6, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 22.80; 7, Samuel Gutierez, Hanks, 22.94; 8, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 22.99; 9, Christian Rosales, Burges, 23.01; 10, Marcus Ransom, Eastwood, 23.18.

400 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 47.74; 2, Bryan Lopez-Villarreal, Franklin, 49.83; 3, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 50.36; 4, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 50.48; 5, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 51.16; 6, Jacob Ye, Americas, 51.17; 7, Michael Haack, Franklin, 51.21; 8, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 51.25; 9, Tomas Gutierrez, Franklin, 51.34; 10, Christian Rosales, Burges, 51.43.

800 meters: 1, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 1:53.02; 2, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 1:54.38; 3, Alan Alba, Coronado, 1:55.95; 4, Jacob Ye, Americas, 1:57.27; 5, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 1:57.46; 6, Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:58.09; 6, Noah Yeager, Burges, 1:58.09; 8, Daniel Kennedy, Franklin, 1:59.02; 9, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 1:59.30; 10, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:59.35.

1,600 meters: 1, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 4:19.68; 2, Elias Perez, Eastwood, 4:22.63; 3, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 4:23.77; 4, Jacob Ye, Americas, 4:23.93; 5, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:25.54; 6, Alan Alba, Coronado, 4:26.50; 7, Hector Sanchez, Americas, 4:28.18; 8, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:29.17; 9, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:29.93; 10, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 4:30.35.

3,200 meters: 1, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 9:24.21; 2, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 9:24.42; 3, Elias Perez, Eastwood, 9:30.05; 4, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 9:32.09; 5, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:34.64; 6, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 9:42.48; 7, Juan Olmos, Eastwood, 9:43.83; 8, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:44.12; 9, Jacob Ye, Americas, 9:52.57; 10, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 9:53.52.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.77; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 15.12; 3, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 15.24; 4, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 15.45; 5, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 15.51; 6, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 15.54; 7, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.67;  8, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 15:76; 8, Jonathan Plascencia, Jefferson, 15.76; 10, Joshua Love, Montwood, 15.83.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Dereck Parris-Constance, Franklin, 39.82; 2, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 40.29; 3, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 40.88; 4, Jonathan Plascencia, Jefferson, 41.00; 5, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 41.04; 6, Enrique Perez, Hanks, 41.23; 7, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 41.33; 8, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 41.35; 9, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 41.49; 10, Izak Jiminez, Montwood, 41.57.

400-meter relay: 1, Americas, 43.04; 2, Franklin, 43.45; 3, Pebble Hills, 43.64; 3, Burges, (Derrik Workmen, Alec Marenco, Christopher Wilson, Christian Rosales), 43.70; 4, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Duane Nelson, Miguel Nunez, Alfredo Gomez), 43.78; 5, Montwood, 43.86; 6, Eastwood (Marcus Ransom, Chris Wllmon, Rafael Tortolo, Ethan Davila), 44.48; 7, Hanks, 44.55; 8, Chapin (Aaron Macias, Bryan Suarez, Elijah Heier, Juan Lozano), 44.59; 9, Andress (Charlie Bass, Samuel Gutierrez, Malcolm Hoist, Richuel Massey), 44.60; 10, Parkland, 44.94.

800-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 1:28.42; 2, Pebble Hills (James Hadnot, Dayton Jamierson, Sebastian Ochoa, Jamari Williams), 1:29.04; 3, Americas (Aaron Dumas, Sir Drennan, Ryan Acosta, Alfredo De La Torre), 1:30.14; 4, Burges (Derrik Workmen, Christian Rosales, Audwin Caldwell, Alec Marenco), 1:31.96; 5, Del Valle (Andrew Felix, Jesse Wallace, Raymon Riddick, Irvin Lopez), 1:32.34; 6, Montwood (Ian Cano, Max Ayala, Angel Robles, Frank Hernandez), 1:33.14; 7, Austin (Kevin Usera, Andrik Zamora, Miguel Vasquez, Aaron Jackman), 1:33.19; 8, Andress (Malachi Do, Charlie Bass, Derele Thomas, Darren Bryant), 1:33.23; 9, Hanks (Hasim Pina Peterson, Ivan Regalado, Ricky Guardian, Samuel Gutierez), 1:33.80; 10, Coronado (Anthony Avina, Mike Williams, Diego Andrade, Fernando Tejada), 1:33.82.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:22.68; 2, Hanks, 3:27.32; 3, Eastlake (Angel Hernandez, Daine Kirtley, Lorenz  Smith, Adam Herrera), 3:27.80; 4, Montwood (Kenneth Dominguez, Max Ayala, Yamil Oaxaca, Ruben Gonzalez), 3:28.71; 5, Americas, 3:28.79; 6, Burges (Barry Cummings, Noah Yeager, Joseph Rosales, Christian Rosales), 3:30.79; 7, Eastwood (Justin Gutierrez, Victor Anchondo, Marcus Ransom, Ethan Davila), 3:31.07; 8, El Dorado (Emil Smith, Jonas Gross, Alfredo Gomez, Miguel Nunez), 3:31.29; 9, Coronado (Alan Alba, Corey Dubrule, Aaron Espinoza, Fernando Tejada), 3:33.53; 10, San Elizario (Alexis Maldonado, Misael Alarcon, Dilan Sanchez, Edwin Gomez), 3:34.04.

 

 

 

 

UPDATE: Girls Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances, Week 4

THIS POST REFLECTS COMPLETE FRANKLIN INVITATIONAL RESULTS

Twelve city-bests were established last weekend at the Franklin, Bel Air Big Red and Mt. View invitationals.

Franklin distance runner Eva Jess set to personal best times – a 10:48.17 in the 3,200-meter run and an All-Time city best sub-5 minute (4:59.98) 1,600 meter run at the Franklin Invitational.

Other highlights include:

 Chapin sprinter Kimberly Owens improved on her 200-meter dash time, establishing a personal best 25.80 at the Bel Air Big Red Invitational.

Franklin’s Alex Guzman time of 12.64 in the 100-meter dash earned the city’s top time at the Franklin Invitational.

Franklin’s Amelia Stuart and Eastwood’s Sarah Granado smashed their previous city-best mark in the pole vault by six inches, soaring 9-feet, 6-inches over the bar at the Franklin Invitational. Granado accomplished her feat at the Bel Air Big Red Invitational.

Angelina Lujan-Marrufo from Parkland, improved on her own time in the 400-meter run for a city-best 58.81 at the Mt. View Invitational.

The Chapin 1,600-meter relay team of Kimberly Owens, Samahdi Foster, Celeste Garcia and Plea Jai Roulhac demolished their previous city best time of 4:13.60, racing to a 4:05.07 at the Bel Air Big Red Invitational.

Chapin’s April Lang earned a personal best time of 15.70 in the 100-meter hurdles at the Bel Air Big Red Invitational.

Another Chapin runner, Plea Jai Roulhac, improved on her own city-best time in the 300-meter hurdles at the Bel Air Big Red Invitational. Her new time is 46.10.

Eastlake high jumper Makeia Ray improved on her own city best at the Mt. View Invitational leaping 5-feet, 8-inches.

Americas Regina Wolfe improved her city-best mark in the shot put by three feet (39-feet, 2 inches) at the Mt. View Invitational.

For complete results of the Franklin Invitational, click here

For complete results of the Mt. View Invitational, click here

For complete results of the Bel Air Big Red Invitational, click here

Girls100

This week’s schedule is as follows:

 SISD Invitational (Boys/Girls):  March 6-7 at the SAC. Riverside, Andress (G), Mt. View, Clint, Horizon, El Paso, Montwood, Socorro, El Dorado, Pebble Hills, Eastlake.

 Fred Loya Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 6-7 at Eastwood High School.  Eastwood, Bel Air, Ysleta, Hanks, Parkland, Del Valle, Franklin, Coronado, Loretto, San Elizario, Jefferson, Tornillo, Irvin, Americas, El Paso.

West Texas Relays: March 6-7.  Hanks, Riverside.

 Burges Invitational (Boys/Girls): March 6-7. Burges, Bowie, Austin, Chapin, Andress (B), Canutillo, Anthony, Harmony, Cathedral.

Here the top 10 track and field female athletes in each track and field event after week 4:

GirlsHurdels

Field Events

 Discus: 1, Regina Wolfe, Americas, 118-00; 2, Victoria Loya, Clint, 115-8; 3, Natalie Murillo, Del Valle, 111-0; 4, Daniela Escarcega, Bel Air, 110-10; 5, Jasmine Mancilla, Bel Air, 104-1; 6, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 103-3; 7, Lilliana Licon, Pebble Hills, 102-4; 8, Fatima Lara, Montwood, 101-6; 9, Taylor Salcido, Franklin, 100-1; 10, Aries Mendez, Eastwood, 98-8.

Shot put: 1, Regina Wolfe, Americas, 39-feet, 2 inches; 2, Lilliana Licon, Pebble Hills, 37-2; 3, Natalie Murillo, Del Valle, 35-5; 4, Victoria Loya, Clint, 34-9; 5, Aries Mendez, Eastwood, 33-0; 6, Laura Barrios, El Paso High, 32-7; 7, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 32-6; 8, Fatima Lara, Montwood, 32-2; 9, Genesis Soto, Socorro, 32-0; 9, Savannah Hunnicutt, Burges, 32-0.

High jump: 1, Makeia Ray, Eastlake, 5-8; 2, Eireann Donohoe, Chapin, 5-6; 3, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 5-2; 4, Yasmine Quirino, Pebble Hills, 5-0; 4, Anesa McBain, Eastwood, 5-0; 4, Tamia McLaughlin, El Dorado, 5-0; 7, Alyssa Alaiafune, Franklin, 4-10; 7, Sarah Austin, El Dorado, 4-10; 7, Olivia Neufeld, Eastwood, 4-10; 7, Alissa Kennedy, El Paso, 4-10.

Pole vault: 1, Amelia Stuart, Franklin, 9 feet, 6 inches; 1, Sarah Granado, Eastwood, 9-6; 3, Jaqueline Morales, Del Valle, 8-6; 3, Renata Alvarado, Riverside, 8-6; 5, Cynthia Montes, Bel Air, 8-0; 6, Giselle Gonzalez, Eastwood, 7-6; 6, Abigail Valles, Burges, 7-6; 6, Adina Hernandez, Parkland, 7-6; 6, Prissila Sosa, Del Valle, 7-6; 6, Ruby Tapia, Eastwood, 7-6; 6, Paulina Diaz, Bel Air, 7-6; 6, Samaira Fragoso, Coronado, 7-6; 6, Trinity Letuli, Franklin, 7-6.

Long jump: 1, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 18 feet, 3.5 inches; 2, Eireann Donohoe, Chapin, 17-6; 3, Sarah Austin, El Dorado, 17-2; 4, Diana Cain, Franklin, 16-9; 5, Sydney Co, Pebble Hills, 16-7; 6, Alex Guzman, Franklin, 16-5.5; 7, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 16-5; 8, Aaliyah Davis, Eastwood, 16-4.5; 9, Carsyn Hopkins, Chapin, 16-0; 9, Sofia Ramirez, Montwood, 16-0;

Triple jump:  1, Eireann Donohoe, Chapin, 37 feet, 2.5 inches; 2, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 34-7; 3, Trinity Letuli, Franklin, 33-11.5; 4, Destiny Dominguez, Ysleta, 33-8.25; 5, Miranda Lopez, Franklin, 33-8; 6, Angela Hernandez, Americas, 33-6.5; 7, Tamia Blakley, Burges, 33-5.5; 8, Alani Hupstead, Americas, 33-5; 9, Melody Burton, Hanks, 33-2; 9, Cheyenne McGhee, El Paso, 33-2.

GirlsDistance

Running Events

 100 meters: 1, Alex Guzman, Franklin, 12.64; 2, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 12.69; 3, Anaiah Quinn, Burges, 12.92; 4, Amethyst Massaquoi, Franklin, 12.95; 5, Sydney Co, Pebble Hills, 12.96; 6, Diana Cain, Franklin, 13.01; 7, Claire Terry, Chapin, 13.01; 8, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 13:03; 9, Adenaji Jones Tornes, Pebble Hills, 13.08; 10, Pamela Martinez, Harmony, 13.15.

200 meters: 1, Kimberly Owens, Chapin, 25.80; 2, Amethyst Massaquoi, Franklin, 26.52; 3, Alex Guzman, Franklin, 26.65; 4, Plea Jai Roulhac, Chapin, 26.70; 5, Cyan Cooper, Chapin, 26.74; 6, Pamela Martinez, Harmony, 26.78; 7, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 26.94; 8, Devin Martinez, Franklin, 27.03; 9, Sydney Co, Pebble Hills, 27.08; 10, Sofia Ramirez, Montwood, 27.35.

400 meters: 1, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 58.81; 2, Amanda Sotelo, Franklin, 1:00.47; 3, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 1:01.58; 4, Kimberley Owens, Chapin, 1:01.78; 5, Isabella Zambrano, Franklin, 1:01.89; 6, Devin Martinez, Franklin, 1:02.30; 7, Camilla Gonzalez, Montwood, 1:02.43; 9, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 1:02.54; 9, Sofia Ramirez, Montwood, 1:02.62; 10, Sela Arevalo, Chapin, 1:02.96; 10, Annette Guzman, Burges, 1:02.96.

800 meters: 1, Angelina Lujan-Marrufo, Parkland, 2:19.27; 2, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 2:22.24; 3, Allyson Little, Franklin, 2:24.78; 4, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 2:24.83; 5, Annette Guzman, Burges, 2:25.05; 6, Sela Arevalo, Chapin, 2:25.41; 7, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 2:25.51; 8, Desiree Carrillo, Eastwood, 2:26.10; 9, Adalee Martin, Pebble Hills, 2:28.39; 10, Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 2:28.47.

1,600 meters: 1, Eva Jess, Franklin, 4:59.98; 2, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 5:20.80;3, Mariana Guzman, Americas, 5:29.49; 4, Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 5:36.15; 5, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 5:36.64; 6, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 5:39.50;  7, Kyra Walker, Coronado, 5:40.07; 8, Heaven Perez, Parkland, 5:41.03; 9, Abigail Barraza, Americas, 5:41.20; 10, Karyme Garcia, Montwood, 5:41.22.

3,200 meters: 1, Eva Jess, Franklin, 10:48.17; 2, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 11:38.86; 3, Mariana Guzman, Americas, 11:49.32; 4, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 11:59.22; 5, Jenna Saunders, Franklin, 12:04.17; 6, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 12:18.40; 7, Kassandra Jimenez, Young Women’s Academy, 12:19.76; 8, Melody Tsutsumi, Jefferson, 12:22.31; 9, Elizabeth Hernandez, Austin, 12:22.47; 10, Kyra Walker, Coronado, 12:24.81.

100-meter hurdles: 1, April Lang, Chapin, 15.70; 2, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 16.24; 3, Valeria Portillo, Coronado, 16.50; 4, Amethyst Massaquoi, Franklin, 16.59; 5, Alani Hupstead, Americas, 16.65; 6, Xitlali Hernandez, Chapin, 16.98; 7, Isabela Sanchez, Hanks, 17.26; 7, Xitlali Hernandez, Chapin, 17.26; 9, Cailee Phillips, Franklin, 17.56; 10, Ruby Crawford, Coronado, 17.73.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Plea Jai Roulhac, Chapin, 46.10; 2, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 47.57; 3, Cailee Phillips, Franklin, 48.71; 4, Olivia Neufeld, Eastwood, 49.41; 5, April Lang, Chapin, 49.87; 6, Desiree Carrillo, Eastwood, 50.11; 7, Mar Portillo, Coronado, 50.51; 8, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 50.53; 9, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 50.63; 10, Alexis Hughers, Parkland, 51.56.

400-meter relay: 1, Franklin (Amethyst Massaquoi, Devin Martinez, Diana Cain, Alex Guzman), 49.53; 2, Chapin (Terry Claire, Kimberley Owens, Cyan Cooper, Celeste Garcia), 50.37; 3, Pebble Hills (Adenaji Jones Tornes, Destiny Bushnell, Sydney Co, Aniyah Addy), 50.65; 4, Montwood, (Paola Salas, Angelina Killings, Brianna Favela, Sofia Ramirez), 50.91; 5, Eastwood (Casandra Barua, Alexia Mata, Lauryn Barlow, Elizabeth Ward), 51.13; 6, Americas, 51.13; 7, El Dorado, (Darling Harris, Syniah Smith, Sarah Austin, Tamia McLaughlin), 51.35; 8, Coronado (Camila Hernandez, Honesty Davis-Spotwod, Jarryn Koneri, Heavyn Proctor), 51.78; 9, Jefferson, 52.27; 10, Mt. View (Adriana Alarcon, Valerie Garza, Diana Sanchez, Paola Guzman), 52.42.

800-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Cyan Cooper, Claire Terry, Sela Arevalo, Plea Jai Roulhac), 1:46.02; 2, Franklin (Alex Guzman, Devin Martinez, Miranda Lopez, Christianna Carr), 1:46.86; 3, Eastwood, (Casandra Barua, Anissa Navarro, Alexia Mata, Elizabeth Ward), 1:47.04; 4, Americas (Alani Hupstead, Vanessa Enriquez, Ariana Hernandez, Alejandra Reynoso), 1:49.00; 5, El Dorado (Sarah Austin, Alexandria Matus, Syniah Smith, Tamia McLaughlin), 1:49.31; 6, 7, Montwood (Brianna Favela, Camilla Gonzalez, Paola Salas, Karen Van Valen,), 1:49.57; 8, Pebble Hills, 1:49.40; 9, Coronado (Jarryn Koneri, Valeria Portillo, Dora Goldstein, Honesty Davis-Spotwod), 1:50.02; 10, Eastlake 1:49.92; 1:50.75.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Kimberly Owens, Samahdi Foster, Celeste Garcia, Plea Jai Roulhac), 4:05.07; 2, Franklin (Devin Martinez, Sofia Camacho, Grace Oyetunde, Allyson Little), 4:06.98; 3, Montwood (Brianna Favela, Sofia Ramirez, Karen Van Valen, Camilla Gonzalez), 4:09.41; 4, Eastlake (Leticia Girion, Alejandra Florentino, Hailey Black, Makeia Ray), 4:12.345, 5, Eastwood (Anissa Navarro, Salma Licon, Zianna Casas, Lauren Walls-Portillo),  4:13.47; 6, Canutillo (Dannielle Carrillo, Jaiden Caswell, Sadi Clemons, Waste Litle Spotted Horse), 4:15.81), 7, Pebble Hills (Destiny Bushnell, Adalee  Martin, Aniyah Addy, Sydney Co), 4:16.55; 8, Burges (Mari Wright, Annette Guzman, Miciah Quinn, Esmeralda Gutierrez), 4:17.22; 9, Coronado (Sofia Fodor, Griselda Sainz, Mar Portillo, Kameron Johnson), 4:19.44; 10, Americas (Demetreal Green, Alani Hupstead, Angela Hernandez, Alejandra Reynoso), 4:21.94.

 

 

 

Boys Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances, Week 3

Seven city-best times and marks were accomplished at the David Boatright Invitational at Eastwood and the Bowie/Cathedral Invite.

The following were this past weekend’s highlights:

 100 meters: Jamari Williams from Pebble Hills raced to a 11.12 at the Bowie/Cathedral Invitational.

 110-meter hurdles: Chapin’s Dominic Britton, improved his time to 14.77 at the Eastwood David Boatright Invitational.

300-meter hurdles: Franklin’s Dereck Parris-Constance improved his own time to 40.43 at the Eastwood David Boatright Invitational.

High jump: Americas’ Evan Chisolm joined Pebble Hills’ Dayton Jamierson at the 6-feet 2-inch mark at the Bowie/Cathedral Invitational.

Pole vault: Evan Perez from Hanks, Del Valle’s Austin Lara and Coronado’s Daniel Larios are all tied at the top with marks of 12-feet, 6 inches.

Shot put: Socorro’s Juan Alvarado tossed a 47-feet, 8 inches to improve on his own 46-6 at the Bowie/Cathedral Invitational.

Discus:  Leonardo Chavez from Irvin, improved his city best to 140-7 at the Bowie/Cathedral Invitational.

For complete results of the Eastwood David Boatright Invitational, click here

For complete results of the Bowie/Cathedral Invitational, click here 

BoysHurdle

This week’s schedule is as follows:

Franklin Invitational (Boys/Girls):  Feb. 28-29. Franklin, Bowie, Coronado, Austin, Andress (B), Jefferson, Burges, Canutillo, Anthony.

Mt. View Invitational (Boy/Girls): Feb. 28-29. Parkland, Mt. View, Bowie (G), El Paso, Clint, Horizon, San Elizario, Tornillo, Irvin, Eastlake, Americas, Pebble Hills.

Bel Air Invitational (Boys/Girls): Feb. 28-29. Bel Air, YWLA, Eastwood, Del Valle, Ysleta, Andress (G), Chapin, Loretto, Harmony, Riverside, Montwood, Socorro, El Dorado, Cathedral, Hanks.

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

BoysDistance

Field Events

Discus: 1, Leonardo Chavez, Irvin, 140-7; 2, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 138-5; 3, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 130-8; 4, Andrews Bristol, Franklin, 130-1; 5, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 127-9; 6, ZaVeion Anderson, Eastwood, 127-5; 7, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 127-4; 8, Juan Alvardo, Socorro, 123-9; 9, Korbyn Wells, Eastlake, 123-3; 10, Aaron Esparza, Clint, 122-9.

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 47-8; 2, Leon Smith Jr, Franklin, 44-11.5; 3, Cyrus Zachary Pomele, Pebble Hills, 44-7; 4, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 44-5; 5, Noe Moreno, Canutillo, 43-11; 6, Brandon Mojica, Burges, 43-5; 7, Kalum Anchondo, Americas, 42-5.5; 8, Angel Gonzalez, Pebble Hills, 41-9; 9, John Villa, Parkland, 41-6; 10, Verdi Miranda, Montwood, 41-5.5.

High jump: 1, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 1, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 6-2; 3, Ivann Alvarez, Americas, 6-0; 4, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 5-10; 4, Dominic Porras, Horizon, 5-10; 4, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 5-10; 7, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 5-8; 7, Kyahn Williams, Eastlake, 5-8; 9, Ricardo Guadian, Hanks, 5-6; 9, Josh Pacheco, Mt. View, 5-6.

Pole vault: 1, Evan Perez, Hanks, 12-6; 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 12-6; 1, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 12-6; 4, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 12-0; 5, David Rodriguez, San Elizario, 11-6; 5, Luis Holguin, Burges, 11-6; 5, Jakob Castillo, Del Valle, 11-6; 8, Justine Adebayo, Riverside, 11-0; 8, Jovanni Fernandez, San Elizario, 11-0; 10, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 10-6.

Long jump: 1, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 22-7.5; 2, Zacarias Velasquez, Franklin, 21-2.5; 3, Andrew Martinez, Parkland, 20-10; 3, Samuel Gutierrez, Andress, 20-10; 5, Daniel Rivera, Horizon, 20-9; 6, Alec Marenco, Burges, 20-8; 7, Jacob Vetterkind, Socorro, 20-5.5; 8, Sebastian Ochoa, Pebble Hills, 19-8.5; 8, Damian Escarcega, Riverside, 19.8.5; 10, Ethan Bustillos, Franklin, 19-8; Derrick Workmen, Burges, 19-8.

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, 40-4; 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.

BoysRelay

Running Events

 100 meters: 1, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 11.12; 2, Chris Ramos, Montwood, 11.22; 3, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.23; 4, Aaron Dumas, Americas, 11.28; 5, Marcus Ransom, Eastwood, 11.30; 6, Darryn Clark, Franklin, 11.39; 7, Alfredo De La Torre, Americas, 11.40; 8, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.41; 9, Isreal Hudson, Franklin, 11.43; 9, Jose Guardado, Riverside, 11.43.

200 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 21.56; 2, Isaiah Davis, Pebble Hills, 21.90; 3, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 22.13; 4, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.50; 5, Ryan Acosta, Americas, 22.64; 6, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 22.80; 7, Samuel Guitterez, Hanks, 22.94; 8, Christian Rosales, Burges, 23.01; 9, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 23.21; 10, Malachi Do, Andress, 23.47.

400 meters: 1, Omajuwa Etiwe, Franklin, 47.74; 2, Bryan Lopez-Villarreal, Franklin, 49.89; 3, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 50.36; 4, Hatim Adams, Franklin, 50.48; 5, Michael Haack, Franklin, 51.21; 6, Jamari Williams, Pebble Hills, 51.25; 7, Aaron Espinoza, Coronado, 51.51; 8, Christian Rosales, Burges, 51.96; 9, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 52.10; 10, Tomas Gutierrez, Franklin, 52.16.

800 meters: 1, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 1:53.02; 2, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 1:54.38; 3, Alan Alba, Coronado, 1:57.15; 4, Jacob Ye, Americas, 1:57.27; 5, Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:58.09; 5, Noah Yeager, Burges, 1:58.09; 7, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 1:59.30; 8, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:59.35; 9, Daniel Kennedy, Franklin, 1:59.60;10, Seth Andrade, Americas, 2:01.44.

1,600 meters: 1, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 4:19.68; 2, Elias Perez, Eastwood, 4:22.63; 3, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 4:23.77; 4, Jacob Ye, Americas, 4:23.93; 5, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:25.54; 6, Alan Alba, Coronado, 4:26.50; 7, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:29.17; 8, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:30.42; 9, Juan Olmos, Eastwood, 4:32.52; 10, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 4:34.29.

3,200 meters: 1, Michael Abeyta, Hanks, 9:24.42; 2, Rodger Rivera, Hanks, 9:25.80; 3, Elias Perez, Eastwood, 9:31.60; 4, Fernie Morales, Franklin, 9:32.09; 5, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:38.43; 6, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 9:42.48; 7, Juan Olmos, Eastwood, 9:43.83; 8, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 9:55.65; 9, Angel Contreras, Chapin, 9:56.19; 10, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 9:56.46.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.77; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 15.12; 3, Donta Hayes, Parkland, 15.48; 4, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.68; 5, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 15.72; 6, Dayton Jamierson, Pebble Hills, 15.81; 7, Joshua Love, Montwood, 15.83; 8, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 16:07; 9, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 16.13; 10, Jonathan Plascencia, Jefferson, 16.22.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Dereck Parris-Constance, Franklin, 40.29; 2, Jonathan Plascencia, Jefferson, 41.00; 3, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 41.06; 4, Enrique Perez, Hanks, 41.23; 5, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 41.31; 6, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 41.33; 7, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 41.49; 8, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 41.55; 9, Izak Jiminez, Montwood, 41.57; 10, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 41.64.

400-meter relay: 1, Americas, 43.04; 2, Franklin, 43.45; 3, Pebble Hills, 43.64; 4, Montwood, 43.86; 5, Burges, (Derrik Workmen, Alec Marenco, Christopher Wilson, Christian Rosales), 43.86; 6, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Duane Nelson, Miguel Nunez, Alfredo Gomez), 44.25; 7, Hanks, 44.55; 8, Eastwood (Marcus Ransom, Chris Wllmon, Rafael Tortolo, Andrew Martinez), 44.59; 9, Parkland, 44.94; 10, Chapin (Aaron Macias, Adam Reyes, Elijah Heier, Juan Lozano), 45.02; 10, Del Valle (Jakob Castillo, Alejandro Gandara, Austin Lara, Gabriel Rodriguez), 45.02.

800-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 1:28.42; 2, Pebble Hills (James Hadnot, Dayton Jamierson, Sebastian Ochoa, Jamari Williams), 1:29.04; 3, Americas (Aaron Dumas, Sir Drennan, Ryan Acosta, Alfredo De La Torre), 1:30.14; 4, Burges (Derrik Workmen, Christian Rosales, Audwin Caldwell, Alec Marenco), 1:31.96; 5, Parkland, 1:34.19; 6, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Duane Nelson, Miguel Nunez, Emil Smith), 1:32.65; 7, Austin, 1:33.47; 8, Andress, 1:33.72; 9,   Montwood (Luis Avila, Ian Cano, Yamil Oaxaca, Angel Robles), 1:34.12; 10, Chapin, 1:34.53.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:22.68; 2, Hanks, 3:27.32; 3, Eastlake (Angel Hernandez, Daine Kirtley, Lorenz  Smith, Adam Herrera), 3:27.80; 4, Americas, 3:28.79; 5, Montwood (Frank Hernandez, Kenneth Dominguez, Ruben Gonzalez, Yamil Oaxaca), 3:31.61; 6, Burges (Barry Cummings, Noah Yeager, Joseph Rosales, Luis Holguin), 3:31.63; 7, San Elizario (Alexis Maldonado, Misael Alarcon, Dilan Sanchez, Edwin Gomez), 3:34.04; 8, Chapin (Adam Reyes, Joaquin Ortega, Angel Contreras, Michael Peterson), 3:34.32; 9, Parkland, 3:34.78; 10, Austin, 3:35.46.