Boy’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Week 8

There were three city-best times set at the Franklin and El Dorado Invitationals last week.

Coronado sophomore Luis Pastor raced to a city best 4:25.58 in the 1,600-meter run at the Franklin Invitational.

Eastlake’s Adam Herrera set a city-best 22.24 in the 200 meters at the El Dorado Invitational at Socorro’s Activities Complex.

Franklin’s 800-meter relay team of Aman Verma, Stephen Carreto, Julian Mars, Chris Martinez ran a city best 1:30.75 at the Franklin Invitational.

Americas won the El Dorado Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex with 143 points followed by Riverside (105), Eastlake (68), Montwood (63), Pebble Hills (55), El Dorado (53), Tornillo (30) and Socorro (24).

Franklin won the Franklin Invitational with 207 points followed by Coronado (96), Burges (85), Andress (70), Canutillo (60), Jefferson (27), Chapin (25) and Clint (21).

Parkland won the Ted Sisneros Invitational at Bel Air with 172 points followed by Del Valle (109), Bel Air (91), Eastwood (90), Mt. View (60), Horizon (54) and Ysleta (33).

Cathedral won the Cathedral Invitational at Bowie High School with 137 points followed by Austin (132), Fabens (71), Irvin (69), Bowie (16) and El Paso Classical Academy (16).

This week’s schedule is as follows:

District Championships

District 1-6A at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex (unless otherwise noted): Tuesday, March 30 – 1 p.m. pole vault finals at Franklin High School; Wednesday, March 31- 8:30 a.m. field events, 10:20 a.m. 3,200 finals, 11 a.m. running prelims; Thursday, April 1- 4:30 p.m. running finals.

District 1-5A at Austin High School. March 30 to April 1. No event times provided.

District 2-5A at Hanks High School: Tuesday, March 30 – 1 p.m. field events, 2 p.m. running prelims, 3:30 p.m. 3,200-meter finals; Wednesday, March 31 – 8 a.m. field events, 9 a.m. running prelims; Thursday, April 1 – 6 p.m. running events (finals). 

District 1-4A at Riverside High School. March 30 to April 1. No event times provided.                

Here the top 10 track and field male athletes in each track and field event after week 8:

Photo: S3Sports/Prep1

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 50 feet, 8 inches; 2, Alec Marenco, Burges, 48-9; 3, Efren Ruvalcaba, Eastwood, 47-8.5; 4, Jacob Morales, Burges, 46-6; 5, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 45-11.5; 6, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 45-8; 7, Xavier Aguero, Eastlake, 44-9.5; 8, Jaime Loya, Riverside, 44-6.55; 9, Jorge Vargas, Americas, 44-4; 10, Julian de Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 44-1; 10, Cooper Parkinson, Franklin, 44-1.

Discus: 1, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 144 feet, 0 inches; 2, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 143-5; 3, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 143-1.5; 4, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 140-7.5; 5, Armando Juarez, Clint, 140-6; 5, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 140-6; 7, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 139-8.5; 8, Aaron Esparza, Clint, 137-3; 9, Kole Pellerit, Pebble Hills, 136-8; 10, Andrew Duarte, Andress, 135-9.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 4 inches; 2, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-2; 2, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 4, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 6-0; 4, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 6-0; 6, Michael Vela, Riverside, 5-10; 6, Will Perry, Austin, 5-10; 6, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 5-10; 6, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-10; 6, Ian Vasquez, Riverside, 5-10; Armando Reyes, Canutillo, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 14 feet, 0 inches; 2, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 13-0; 3, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 12-0; 3, Luis Holguin, Burges,   12-0; 5, Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 11-6; 5, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 11-6; 5, Isaac Quinones, Franklin, 11-6; 8, Mont Packer, Franklin, 11-3; 9, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 11-0; 9, Jose Diaz, Mt. View, 11-0; 9, Eric Lopez, Riverside, 11-00; 9, Andres Cardoza, San Elizario, 11-0.

Long jump: 1, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 23-feet, 1.75 inches; 2, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 21-10.5; 3, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 21-3; 4, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 21-0.5; 4, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 21-0.5; 6, Curtis Murrillo, Eastwood, 20-11.75; 7, Gael Ochoa, Pebble Hills, 20-8; 8, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 20-5; 9, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 20-1.5; 10, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 20-0.5.

Triple jump: 1, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 45 feet, 11 inches; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 44-3; 3, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 43-5; 4, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 42-7; 5, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 42-6.5; 6, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 42-5; 7, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 42-2; 8, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 41-11; 9, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 41-9; 10, George Garcia, Eastwood, 41-9.

Coronado sophomore Luis Pastor raced to a city best 4:25.58 in the 1,600-meter run at the Franklin Invitational. He also owns the fastest 3,200 race this season turning in 9:29.55. Photo: Manny Tejada/Prep1

Running Events

100 meters: 1, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.16; 2, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.19; 3, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.20; 4, Wlices Ramos, Eastwood, 11.24; 5, Julian Mars, Franklin, 11.26; 6, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 11.28; 7, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 11.31; 8, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 11.32; 9, Aaron De La O, Irvin, 11.35; 10, Charlie Bass, Andress, 11.40.

200 meters: 1, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 22.24; 2, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.39; 3, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 22.55; 4, Malachi Do, Andress, 22.71; 5, Charlie Bass, Andress, 22.76; 6, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 22.78; 7, Barry Cummings, Burges, 22.82; 8, Adam Reyes, Chapin, 22.85; 9, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 22.86; 10, Christian Rosales, Burges, 22.99.

400 meters: 1, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 49.62; 2, Christian Rosales, Burges, 50.53; 3, Bryan Lopez-Villarreal, Franklin, 50.96; 4, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 51.25; 5, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 51.38; 6, Dylan De La Fuente, Pebble Hills, 51.50; 7, Micah Galaviz, Canutillo, 51.55; 8, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 51.59; 9, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 51.85; 10, Ethan Davila, Eastwood, 51.88.

800 meters: 1, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:57.00; 2, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 1:57.86; 3, Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:58.25; 4, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 1:58.30; 5, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 1:58.31; 6, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 1;59.16; 7, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 1:59.45; 8, Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 1:59.91; 9, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 2:00.20; 10, Israel David, Eastlake, 2:00.43.

1,600: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:25.58; 2,Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:26.72; 3, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:26.85; 4, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:27.84; 5, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:28.43; 6, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 4:29.98; 7, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 4:31.73; 8, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 4:32.91; 9, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:33.64; 10, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 4:34.48.

3,200: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:29.55; 2, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9:30.70; 3, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:34.99; 4, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 9:43.79; 5, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 9:46.86; 6, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:48.37; 7, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9:51.50; 8, Devon Paez, Eastwood, 9:57.94; 9, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 9:58.72; 10, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 10:01.32.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.05; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 14.87; 3, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 14.93; 4, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 15.02; 5, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 15.04; 6, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 15.06; 7, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 15.22; 8, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.23; 9, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 15.55; 10, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 15.73.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 39.08; 2, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 39.75; 3, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 40.15; 4, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 40.51; 5, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 41.35; 6, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 41.43; 7, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 41.55; 8, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 41.80; 9, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 41.80; 10, Eric Amato, Clint, 42.23.

400-meter relay: 1, Eastwood, 43.21; 2, Burges (Cavan Christie, Derrik Workman, Jose Tirado, Christian Rosales), 43.23; 2, Franklin (Aman Verma, Julian Mars, Beau Sparks, Joshua Massaquoi), 43.23; 4, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Jeron Harden, Dezmond Gonzalez, Chris Harris), 43.27; 5, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 43.33;6, Andress (Malcolm Anderson, Aaron Aragon, Charlie Bass, Malachi Do), 43.68; 7, Riverside, 44.21; 8, Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Gael Ochoa, Dylan De La Fuente, James Hadnot), 44.29; 9, Chapin, 44.40; 10, Parkland, 44.60.

800-meter relay: 1, Franklin (Aman Verma, Stephen Carreto, Julian Mars, Chris Martinez), 1:30.75; 2, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 1:31.00; 3, Canutillo (Micah Galaviz, Damian Cedillos, Isaiah Chavez, Isaiah Harthorne), 1:31.70; 3, Chapin, 1:31.70; 5, Eastwood, 1:31.72; 6, Andress (Malcolm Anderson, Aaron Aragon, Charlie Bass, Malachi Do), 1:32.38; 7, Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Gael Ochoa, Dylan De La Fuente, Amir Blackwell), 1:32.58; 8, Burges (Cavan Christie, Derrik Workman, Jose Tirado, Barry Cummings), 1:33.26; 9, Montwood (Cesar Alvardo, Yamil Oaxaca, Diego Oaxaca, Ian Cano), 1:33.41; 10, Coronado, 1:33.64.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:26.04; 2, Eastwood, 3:28.78; 3, Parkland, 3:29.76; 4, Montwood (Yamil Oaxaca, Kenneth Dominguez, Cesar Alvarado, Ian Cano) 3:31.09; 5, Eastlake, 3:32.00; 6, Burges, 3:32.56; 7, Bel Air (Adam Gonzalez, Uzziel Vasquez, Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia), 3:33.05; 8, San Elizario, 3:31.23; 9, Canutillo, 3:31.82; 10, El Dorado (Evan Garcia, Alan Martinez, Jeron Harden, Jaiden Thomas), 3:32.88.

Boy’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Week 7

There were four city best times posted at the Texas Distance Festival, Chapin Invitational and the Ysleta Invitational.

For the second consecutive week Parkland senior Kenneth Golston improved on his city best time. He ran a 1:56.77 inthe800 meters at the Texas Distance Festival in Southlake.

Austin senior Aaron Jackman, ran a personal best 11.31 in the 100-meter dash at the Chapin Invitational.

Americas senior Sir Drennan set a personal best in the 200-meters, racing to a city best 22.39 at the Chapin Invitational.

Eastwood’s 400-meter relay took top city honors with 43.21 at the Ysleta Invitational. No names were provided.

Pebble Hills won the Chato Relays at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex with 104 points followed by San Elizario (100), Eastlake (98), Montwood (58), Socorro (54), Irvin (20) and Tornillo (10).

Chapin won the Chapin Invitational with 130 points followed by Americas (125), Coronado (102), Austin (76), Canutillo (74), El Paso (59), El Dorado (30) and Cathedral (9).

Eastwood won the Ysleta Invitational with 175.5 points followed by Burges (142.5), Parkland (133), Del Valle (63), Ysleta (37), Hanks (33), Riverside (13), Bel Air (12) and Mt. View (3).

This week’s schedule is as follows:

Friday, March 26

El Dorado Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex. El Dorado, Eastlake, Riverside, Montwood, Americas, Socorro, Pebble Hills, Tornillo.

Burges Invitational at Burges High School. Burges, Chapin, Canutillo, Andress, Coronado, Franklin, Clint, Jefferson.

Bel Air Invitational at Bel Air High School.  Bel Air, Parkland, Del Valle, Eastwood, Ysleta, Horizon, Hanks, Mt. View

Cathedral/Loretto Invitational at TBA.  Cathedral/Loretto, El Paso, Fabens, YWLA/Anthony, San Elizario, Austin, Bowie, Irvin.

Here the top 10 track and field male athletes in each track and field event after week 7:

Austin’s Aaron Jackson has run the city’s fastest 100-meters (11.16) this season.

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 50 feet, 8 inches; 2, Alec Marenco, Burges, 48-9; 3, Efren Ruvalcaba, Eastwood, 47-8.5; 4, Jacob Morales, Burges, 46-6;  5, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 45-11.5; 6, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 45-8; 7, Xavier Aguero, Eastlake, 44-9.5; 8, Jaime Loya, Riverside, 44-6.55; 9, Jorge Vargas, Americas, 44-4; 10, Julian de Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 44-1; 10, Cooper Parkinson, Franklin, 44-1.

Discus: 1, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 144 feet, 0 inches; 2, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 143-5; 3, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 143-1.5; 4, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 140-7.5; 5, Armando Juarez, Clint, 140-6; 6, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 139-8.5; 7, Aaron Esparza, Clint, 137-3; 8, Kole Pellerit, Pebble Hills, 136-8; 9, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 136-3; 10, Andrew Duarte, Andress, 134-9.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 4 inches; 2, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-2; 2, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 4, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 6-0; 4, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 6-0; 6, Michael Vela, Riverside, 5-10; 6, Will Perry, Austin, 5-10; 6, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 5-10; 6, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-10; 6, Ian Vasquez, Riverside, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 14 feet, 0 inches; 2, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 13-0; 3, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 12-0; 3, Luis Holguin, Burges,   12-0; 5, Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 11-6; 5, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 11-6; 7, Mont Packer, Franklin, 11-3; 8, Isaac Quinones, Franklin, 11-0; 8, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 11-0; 8, Jose Diaz, Mt. View, 11-0; 8, Eric Lopez, Riverside, 11-00; 8, Andres Cardoza, San Elizario, 11-0.

Long jump: 1, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 23-feet, 1.75 inches; 2, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 21-10.5; 3, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 21-3; 4, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 21-0.5; 5, Curtis Murrillo, Eastwood, 20-11.75; 6, Gael Ochoa, Pebble Hills, 20-8; 7, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 20-3.75; 8, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 20-1.5; 9, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 20-0.5; 10, Jacob Romero-Morales, Hanks, 19-10.5.

Triple jump: 1, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 45 feet, 11 inches; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 44-3; 3, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 43-5; 4, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 42-7; 5, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 42-5; 6, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 42-2; 7, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 41-11; 8, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 41-9; 8, George Garcia, Eastwood, 41-9; 10, Irvin Mora, Jefferson, 41-2.

Chapin’s Dominic Britton leads the city in the 110-meter hurdles (14.05) and is second in the 300-meter hurdles.

Running Events

100 meters: 1, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.16; 2, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.19; 3, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.20; 4, Wlices Ramos, Eastwood, 11.24; 5, Julian Mars, Franklin, 11.26; 6, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 11.28; 7, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 11.31; 8, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 11.32; 9, Aaron De La O, Irvin, 11.35; 10, Charlie Bass, Andress, 11.40.

200 meters: 1, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.39; 2, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 22.55; 3, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 22.59; 4, Malachi Do, Andress, 22.71; 5, Charlie Bass, Andress, 22.76; 6, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 22.78; 7, Barry Cummings, Burges, 22.82; 8, Adam Reyes, Chapin, 22.85; 9, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 22.86; 10, Christian Rosales, Burges, 22.99.

400 meters: 1, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 49.62; 2, Christian Rosales, Burges, 50.53; 3, Bryan Lopez-Villarreal, Franklin, 51.03; 4, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 51.25; 5, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 51.38; 6, Dylan De La Fuente, Pebble Hills, 51.50; 7, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 51.59; 8, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 51.85; 9, Ethan Davila, Eastwood, 51.88; 10, Joseph Nevarez, Ysleta, 52.07.

800 meters: 1, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:57.00; 2, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 1:57.86; 3, Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:58.25; 4, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 1:58.30; 5, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 1:58.31; 6, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 1;59.16; 7, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 1:59.45; 8, Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 1:59.91; 9, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 2:00.20; 10, Israel David, Eastlake, 2:00.43.

1,600: 1,Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:26.72; 2, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:26.85; 3, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:27.59; 4, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:27.84; 5, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:28.43; 6, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 4:29.98; 7, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 4:31.73; 8, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:33.64; 9, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 4:34.48; 10, Jose Nilo, Austin, 4:34.74.

3,200: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:29.55; 2, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9:30.70; 3, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:34.99; 4, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 9:43.79; 5, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 9:46.86; 6, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:48.37; 7, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9:51.50; 8, Devon Paez, Eastwood, 9:57.94; 9, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 9:58.72; 10, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 10:01.32.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.05; 2, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 14.93; 3, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 14.94; 4, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 15.06; 5, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 15.17; 6, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 15.22; 7, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.23; 8, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 15.39; 9, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 15.55; 10, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 15.73.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 39.08; 2, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 39.75; 3, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 40.15; 4, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 40.51; 5, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 41.43; 6, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 41.55; 7, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 41.80; 7, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 41.80; 9, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 42.17; 10, Eric Amato, Clint, 42.23.

400-meter relay: 1, Eastwood, 43.21; 2, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 43.33;3, Franklin, 43.51; 4, Burges, 43.52;5, Andress (Malcolm Anderson, Aaron Aragon, Charlie Bass, Malachi Do), 43.68; 6, El Dorado, 43.97; 7,  Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Gael Ochoa, Dylan De La Fuente, James Hadnot), 44.29; 8, Riverside (Alfredo Sigala, Angel Munoz, Francisco Luna, Jose Guardado), 44.38; 9, Chapin, 44.40; 10, Parkland, 44.60.

800-meter relay: 1, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 1:31.00; 2, Franklin (Aman Verma, Jamar Deans, Shay Smith, Darren Teagle), 1:31.39; 3, Chapin, 1:31.70; 4, Eastwood,  1:31.72; 5, Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Gael Ochoa, Dylan De La Fuente, Amir Blackwell), 1:32.58; 6, Canutillo, 1:33.23; 7, Montwood (Cesar Alvardo, Yamil Oaxaca, Diego Oaxaca, Ian Cano), 1:33.41; 8, Coronado, 1:33.64; 9, Austin, 1:33.66; 10, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Jeron Harden, Dezmond Gonzalez, Alan Martinez), 1:33.70.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:26.04; 2, Eastwood, 3:28.78; 3, Montwood, (Yamil Oaxaca, Kenneth Dominguez, Cesar Alvarado, Ian Cano) 3:31.23; 4, Eastlake, 3:32.00; 5, Burges, 3:32.56; 6, Bel Air (Adam Gonzalez, Uzziel Vasquez, Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia), 3:33.05; 7, San Elizario, 3:31.23; 8, Canutillo, 3:31.82; 9, Coronado, 3:33.84; 10, Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Amir Blackwell, Omer Ibrahim, Dylan De La Fuente), 3:34.91.

Boy’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Week 6

There were six season-best performances this week at the Montwood Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex, the Cotton Valley Relays in Fabens and the Parkland Invitational.

Eastlake’s Adam Herrera bettered his city-best 400-meter time finishing in49.62 at the Montwood Invitational.

Franklin’s Stephen Carreto ran a 39.08 in the 300-meter hurdles at the Montwood Invitational.

Americas’ Caleb Stewart leaped 23-feet, 1.75 inches to improve his own mark in the long jump at the Montwood Invitational.

Irvin’s Patrick Leak also improved on his own mark in the triple jump, leaping 45 feet, 11 inches at the Fabens Cotton Valley Relays.

Also at the Cotton Valley Relays, Del Valle’s Austin Lara bested his own mark in the pole vault, vaulting himself 14 feet over the bar.

Parkland senior Kenneth Golston raced to a 1:57.00 in the 800 meters at the Parkland Invitational.

Franklin won the team title at the Montwood Invitational with 177 points followed by Eastwood (128), Americas (93), Montwood (54), Pebble Hills (51), Eastlake (41), El Dorado (39) and Socorro (24).

Parkland won its own invitational with 165 points followed by Andress (104), Burges (101), Bel Air (72), Chapin (65), Hanks (44) and Jefferson (35.5).

San Elizario won the Fabens Cotton Valley Relays with 179 points followed by Del Valle (115), Coronado (105), Mt. View (72), Irvin (58), Clint (54), Fabens (33), Tornillo (25) and Ft. Hancock (3).

Riverside won the Bowie Invitational with 199 points followed by Austin (112), El Paso (82), Horizon (74.5), Canutillo (68) and Ysleta (58.5).

This week’s schedule is as follows:

Friday, March 19

Socorro High School’s Chato Relays: 8 a.m. Friday Socorro’s Student Activities Complex. Socorro, Pebble Hills, Horizon, Tornillo, Montwood, San Elizario, Coronado, Eastlake.

Chapin Invitational at Chapin High School. El Paso, Austin, Irvin, Chapin, Americas, Cathedral/Loretto, Canutillo, El Dorado.

Ysleta Invitational at Ysleta High School. Ysleta, Parkland, Del Valle, Eastwood, YWLA, Bel Air, Hanks, Burges.

Here the top 10 track and field male athletes in each track and field event after week 6:

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 50 feet, 8 inches; 2, Efren Ruvalcaba, Eastwood, 47-8.5; 3, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 45-11.5; 4, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 45-8; 5, Jacob Morales, Burges, 45-5; 6, Xavier Aguero, Eastlake, 44-9.5; 7, Jaime Loya, Riverside, 44-6.55; 8, Julian de Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 44-1; 9, Cooper Parkinson, Franklin, 44-1; 10, Alec Marenco. Burges, 43-2.

Discus: 1, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 144 feet, 0 inches; 2, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 143-5; 3, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 143-1.5; 4, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 140-7.5; 5, Armando Juarez, Clint, 140-6; 6, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 139-8.5; 7, Aaron Esparza, Clint, 137-3; 8, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 136-3; 9, Andrew Duarte, Andress, 134-9; 10, Korbyn Wells, Eastlake, 133-9.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 4 inches; 2, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-2; 2, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 4, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 6-0; 4, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 6-0; 6, Michael Vela, Riverside, 5-10; 6, Will Perry, Austin, 5-10; 6, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 5-10; 6, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-10; 6, Ian Vasquez, Riverside, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 14 feet, 0 inches; 2, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 13-0; 3, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 12-0; 4, Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 11-6; 4, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 11-6; 6, Mont Packer, Franklin, 11-3; 7, Isaac Quinones, Franklin, 11-0; 7, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 11-0; 7, Jose Diaz, Mt. View, 11-0; 7, Eric Lopez, Riverside, 11-00; 7, Andres Cardoza, San Elizario, 11-0.

Long jump: 1, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 23-feet, 1.75 inches; 2, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 21-10.5; 3, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 21-3; 4, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 21-0.5; 5, Gael Ochoa, Pebble Hills, 20-8; 6, Curtis Murrillo, Eastwood, 20-5; 7, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 20-3.75; 8, Jacob Romero-Morales, Hanks, 19-10.5; 9, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 19-10; 9, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 19-10.

Triple jump: 1, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 45 feet, 11 inches; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 44-3; 3, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 42-7; 4, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 41-11; 5, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 41-9; 6, Irvin Mora, Jefferson, 41-2; 7, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 41-2; 8, Malachi Do, Andress, 41-1; 9, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 41-0.5; 10, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 40-10.5.

Running Events

100 meters: 1, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.20; 2, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.24; 3, Julian Mars, Franklin, 11.26; 4, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 11.28; 5, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 11.31; 6, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.31; 7, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 11.32; 8, Aaron De La O, Irvin, 11.35; 9, Charlie Bass, Andress, 11.40; 10, Jose Guardado, Riverside, 11.41.

200 meters: 1, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 22.55; 2, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.58; 3, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 22.59; 4, Malachi Do, Andress, 22.71; 5, Charlie Bass, Andress, 22.76; 6, Christian Rosales, Burges, 22.99; 7, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 22.86; 8, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 23.03; 9, Aman Verma, Franklin, 23.09; 10, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 23.13.

400 meters: 1, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 49.62; 2, Christian Rosales, Burges, 50.94; 3, Bryan Lopez-Villarreal, Franklin, 51.03; 4, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 51.25; 5, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 51.38; 6, Dylan De La Fuente, Pebble Hills, 51.50; 7, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 51.59; 8, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 51.85; 9, Ethan Davila, Eastwood, 51.88; 10, Joseph Nevarez, Ysleta, 52.07.

800 meters: 1, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:57.00; 2, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 1:57.86; 3, Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:58.25; 4, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 1:58.30; 5, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 1:58.31; 6, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 1:59.45; 7, Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 1:59.91; 8, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 2:00.20; 9, Israel David, Eastlake, 2:00.43; 10, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 2:00.78.

1,600: 1,Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:26.72; 2, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:26.85; 3, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:27.59; 4, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:27.84; 5, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:28.43; 6, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 4:29.98; 7, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 4:31.73; 8, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:33.64; 9, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 4:34.48; 10, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 4:36.95.

3,200: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:29.55; 2, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9:30.70; 3, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:34.99; 4, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 9:43.79; 5, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:48.37; 6, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9:51.50; 7, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood,       9:55.72; 8, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 9:58.72; 9, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 10:01.32; 10, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 10:02.03.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.05; 2, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 14.93; 3, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 14.94; 4, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 15.34; 5, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 15.39; 6, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 15.55; 6, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 15.55; 8, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 15.73; 9, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.83; 9, Michael Kiesel     , Parkland, 15.83.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 39.08; 2, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 39.75; 3, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 40.15; 4, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 40.51; 5, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 41.43; 6, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 41.55; 7, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 41.80; 8, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 42.16; 9, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 42.17; 10, Eric Amato, Clint, 42.23.

400-meter relay: 1, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 43.33;2, Franklin, 43.51; 3, Andress, (Malcolm Anderson, Aaron Aragon, Charlie Bass, Malachi Do), 43.68; 4, El Dorado, 43.97; 5, Burges, 44.38; 5, Riverside (Alfredo Sigala, Angel Munoz, Francisco Luna, Jose Guardado), 44.38; 7, Eastwood, 44.40; 7, Parkland, 44.64; 8, Ysleta (Gavin Espino, Javier DeLaRosa, Daniel Martinez, Devin Hernandez), 44.66; 9, Bel Air (Christian Baxter, Josh Salazar, Jude Blanco, Marc Alvarez), 44.70; 10, Chapin (Jacob Staggs, Adam Reyes, Dylan Sims, Zeke Pastran), 44.78.

800-meter relay: 1, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 1:31.00; 2, Franklin (Aman Verma, Jamar Deans, Shay Smith, Darren Teagle), 1:31.39; 3, Chapin, 1:32.40; 4, Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Gael Ochoa, Dylan De La Fuente, Amir Blackwell), 1:32.58; 5, Eastwood (Ethan Davila, Andrew Martinez, Elliot Payan, Isaiah Pragner), 1:33.05; 6, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Jeron Harden, Dezmond Gonzalez, Alan Martinez), 1:33.70; 7, Bel Air (Uzziel Vasquez, Marc Alvarez, Christian Baxter, Josh Salazar), 1:33.71; 8, Del Valle, 1:34.12; 9, Montwood (Joshua Love, Julian Flores, Diego Oaxaca, Ian Cano), 1:34.22; 10, Coronado (Sebastian Aguayo, Blake Randag, Ziggy Zimmerman, Jason Nevarez), 1:34.54.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:26.04; 2, Eastwood, 3:28.78; 3, Montwood, (Yamil Oaxaca, Kenneth Dominguez, Cesar Alvarado, Ian Cano) 3:31.23; 4, Eastlake, 3:32.00; 5, Burges, 3:32.56; 6, Bel Air (Adam Gonzalez, Uzziel Vasquez, Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia), 3:33.05; 7, San Elizario, 3:31.23; 8, Parkland (Kenneth Golston Jr, Daniel Chavez, Lincoln Jurado, Efren Moncada), 3:35.00; 9, Pebble Hills (Amir Blackwell, Dylan De La Fuente, Omer Ibrahim, Jy’monii Kennedy), 3:35.41; 10, Coronado (Pablo Pedraza, Ricardo Ortiz, Corey Dubrule, Luis Pastor), 3:35.42.

Boy’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Week 5

Five city-best records were accomplished at the Pebble Hills and the Julius Lowenberg invitationals.

Eastlake’s Adam Herrera improved on his own time in the 400 meters to post a city-best  49.95 at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex.

Americas’ Jared Laverty turned in a city best 1,600-meter time of 4:26.72 at the Pebble Hills Invitational.

Americas’ Caleb Stewart improved on his city best leap in the long jump, flying 21-feet, 11 inches at the Pebble Hills Invitational.

Chapin senior Dominic Britton posted a city best 39.75 in the 300-meter hurdles at the Julius Lowenberg Track and Field Invitational Friday at Canutillo High.

Irvin senior Patrick Leak surpassed the 45-foot mark in the triple jump leaping 45 feet, 4 inches at the Julius Lowenberg Track and Field Invitational.

Americas won the team title at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex with 117 points followed by Eastlake (106), Pebble Hills (102), Horizon (89), El Paso High (88), Clint (36) and Socorro (29).

Franklin won the team title at the Julius Lowenberg Track and Field Invitational with 203 points followed by Chapin (122), Riverside, (100), Jefferson (51), Hanks (49), Irvin (40) and Canutillo (33).

Eastwood won the Fred Loya Invitational with 195 points followed by San Elizario (111), Montwood (93.5), Burges (75), El Dorado (71), Bel Air (58), Del Valle (42), Ysleta (15.5), Cathedral (8) and Tornillo (7).

Parkland won the Coronado Invitational with 159 points followed by Coronado (126), Andress (112.5), Austin (81.5), Mt. View (80), Fabens (28) and Cathedral (20).

This week’s schedule is as follows:

Montwood Invitational: 8 a.m. Friday, at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex. Montwood, El Dorado, Eastwood, Americas, Socorro, Pebble Hills, Franklin, Eastlake.

Bowie Invitational: Friday at Bowie High School.Bowie, Canutillo, Ysleta, Horizon, YWLA/Anthony, Riverside, Austin, El Paso.

Fabens Invitational: Friday at Fabens High School.  Fabens, Clint, Del Valle, Irvin, San Elizario, Tornillo, Mt. View, Coronado.

Parkland Invitational: Saturday at Parkland High School. Parkland, Andress, Bel Air, Cathedral/Loretto, Hanks, Jefferson, Chapin, Burges.

Here the top 10 track and field male athletes in each track and field event after week 5:

Jy’monii Kennedy from Pebble Hills ranks third in the long jump and seventh in the triple jump.

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 50 feet, 8 inches; 2, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 45-11.5; 3, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 45-8; 4, Jacob Morales, Burges, 45-5; 5, Efren Ruvalcaba, Eastwood, 44-10; 6, Xavier Aguero, Eastlake, 44-9.5; 7, Jaime Loya, Riverside, 44-6.55; 8, Julian de Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 44-1; 9, Cooper Parkinson, Franklin, 44-1; 10, Alec Marenco. Burges, 43-2.

Discus: 1, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 144 feet, 0 inches; 2, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 143-2; 3, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 140-7.5; 4, Armando Juarez, Clint, 140-6; 5, Aaron Esparza, Clint, 137-3; 6, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 136-5; 7, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 136-3; 8, Jaime Loya, Riverside, 130-0; 9, Julian Venegas, Pebble Hills, 129-10; 10, Roshown Thomas, Montwood, 129-1.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 4 inches; 2, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-2; 2, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 4, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 6-0; 4, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 6-0; 6, Michael Vela, Riverside, 5-10; 6, Will Perry, Austin, 5-10; 6, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 5-10; 9, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 5-8; 9, Diego Marquez, El Paso High 5-8; 9, Nathan Mercer, Del Valle, 5-8; 9, Edgerrin Mejia, Eastwood, 5-8; 9, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-8; Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 5-8.

Pole vault: 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 13 feet, 8 inches; 2, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 12-0; 2, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 12-0; 4, Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 11-6; 4, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 11-6; 6, Mont Packer, Franklin, 11-3; 7, Isaac Quinones, Franklin, 11-0; 7, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 11-0; 7, Jose Diaz, Mt. View, 11-0; 7, Eric Lopez, Riverside, 11-00.

Long jump: 1, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 21-feet, 11 inches; 2, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 21-10.5; 3, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 20-6; 4, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 20-0; 5, Jacob Romero-Morales, Hanks, 19-10.5; 5, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 19-10; 5, Gael Ochoa, Pebble Hills, 19-10; 5, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 19-10; 9, Rudy Valenzuela, Riverside, 19-9.5; 10, Kelby Brannon, Pebble Hills, 19-7.5.

Triple jump: 1, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 45 feet, 4 inches; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 44-3; 3, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 42-7; 4, Irvin Mora, Jefferson, 41-2; 4, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 41-2; 6, Malachi Do, Andress, 41-1; 7, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 41-0.5; 8, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 40-10.5; 9, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 40-10; 10, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 40-10; 10, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 40-10.

Pebble Hills sophmore Omer Ibrahim (left) and Eastlake junior Isreal David (far right), each own top 10 times in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs.

Running Events

100 meters: 1, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.20; 2, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.24; 3, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 11.28; 4, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 11.31; 4, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.31; 6, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 11.32; 7, Charlie Bass, Andress, 11.40; 8, Julian Mars, Franklin, 11.41; 8, Jose Guardado, Riverside, 11.41; 10, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 11.50.

200 meters: 1, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 22.55; 2, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.58; 3, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 22.59; 4, Malachi Do, Andress, 22.71; 5, Charlie Bass, Andress, 22.76; 6, Christian Rosales, Burges, 23.02; 75, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 23.03; 8, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 23.37; 9, David Avalos, Ysleta, 23.42; 10, Dylan De La Fuente, Pebble Hills, 23.52.

400 meters: 1, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 49.95; 2, Christian Rosales, Burges, 50.94; 3, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 51.38; 4, Dylan De La Fuente, Pebble Hills, 51.50; 5, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 51.59; 6, Ethan Davila, Eastwood, 51.88; 7, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 52.16; 8, Milo Chavez, Franklin, 52.42; 9, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 52.43; 10, Bryan Perez, Jefferson, 52.51.

800 meters: 1, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:58.43;2,Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:59.20; 3, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 2:00.08; 4, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 2:00.20; 5, Israel David, Eastlake, 2:00.43; 6, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 2:00.78; 7, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 2:01.06; 8, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 2:01.13; 9, Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 2:01.49; 10,Rai Lopez, Franklin, 2:01.91.

1,600: 1,Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:26.72; 2, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:26.85; 3, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:27.59; 4, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:27.84; 5, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:28.43; 6, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 4:29.98; 7, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 4:31.73; 8, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:33.64; 9, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 4:34.48; 10, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 4:36.95.

3,200: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:29.55; 2, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9:30.70; 3, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:34.99; 4, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 9:43.79; 5, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:48.37; 6, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9:53.06; 7, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood,       9:55.72; 8, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 10:01.32; 9, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 10:02.03; 10, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 10:02.12.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.05; 2, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 14.93; 3, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 14.94; 4, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 15.34; 5, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 15.39; 6, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 15.55; 6, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 15.55; 8, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 15.73; 9, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.83; 10, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 16.00.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 39.75; 2, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 39.50; 3, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 40.15; 4, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 40.51; 5, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 41.80; 6, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 42.04; 7, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 42.07; 8, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 42.16; 9, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 42.17; 10, Eric Amato, Clint, 42.23.

400-meter relay: 1, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 43.33;2, Franklin, 43.51; 3, Andress, (Malcolm Anderson, Aaron Aragon, Charlie Bass, Malachi Do), 43.68; 4, El Dorado, 43.97; 5, Burges, 44.38; 6, Eastwood, 44.40; 7, Parkland, 44.64; 8, Canutillo, 44.83; 9, Chapin, 44.84; 10, Eastlake (Kyahn Williams, Adam Herrera, Javier Martinez, Isaiah Chavez), 45.26.

800-meter relay: 1, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 1:31.00; 2, Franklin (Aman Verma, Jamar Deans, Shay Smith, Darren Teagle), 1:31.39; 3, Chapin, 1:32.40; 4, Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Gael Ochoa, Dylan De La Fuente, Amir Blackwell), 1:32.58; 5, Eastwood (Ethan Davila, Andrew Martinez, Elliot Payan, Isaiah Pragner), 1:33.05; 6, El Dorado (Karmelus Card, Jeron Harden, Dezmond Gonzalez, Chris Harris), 1:33.85; 7, Bel Air (Uzziel Vasquez, Josh Salazar, Christian Baxter, Marc Alvarez), 1:33.87; 8, Coronado (Sebastian Aguayo, Blake Randag, Ziggy Zimmerman, Jason Nevarez), 1:34.54; 9, Horizon (Christopher Munoz, Aaron Sigala, Jacob Quijas, Edgar Medina), 1:34.86; 10, Austin, 1:34.88.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:26.04; 2, Eastwood, 3:28.78; 3, Montwood, (Yamil Oaxaca, Kenneth Dominguez, Cesar Alvarado, Ian Cano) 3:31.23; 4, Eastlake, 3:32.00; 5, Burges, 3:32.56; 6, Bel Air (Adam Gonzalez, Uzziel Vasquez, Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia), 3:33.05; 7, San Elizario, 3:31.23; 8, Parkland (Daniel Chavez, Efren Moncada, Isaiah Martinez, Kenneth Golston Jr), 3:35.01; 9, Pebble Hills (Amir Blackwell, Dylan De La Fuente, Omer Ibrahim, Jy’monii Kennedy), 3:35.41; 10, Chapin (Seth Truax, Maurice Jenkins, Zeke Pastran, Adam Reyes), 3:36.19.

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

This week’s schedule is as follows:

Pebble Hills Invitational Friday at SISD’s Student Activities Complex, 8 a.m.  Pebble Hills, Americas, YWLA, Clint, Horizon, Eastlake, Socorro, El Paso.

Julius Lowenberg Track and Field Invitational  Friday at Canutillo High School, 9 a.m. Canutillo, Anthony, Hanks, Chapin, Riverside, Irvin, Franklin, Bowie.

Coronado Invitational Friday at Coronado High School.  Coronado, Andress, Parkland, Austin, Cathedral/Loretto, Mt. View, Tornillo, Fabens.

Friday-Saturday, March 5-6

Fred Loya Invitational Friday and Saturday at Eastwood High School. Eastwood, San Elizario, Del Valle, Montwood, Bel Air, El Dorado, Ysleta, Burges.

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

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 50 feet, 8 inches; 2, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 45-11.5; 3, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 45-8; 4, Xavier Aguero, Eastlake, 44-9.5; 5, Jaime Loya, Riverside, 44-6.55; 6, Efren Ruvalcaba, Eastwood, 44-4; 7, Julian de Lucio Dorsett, 44-1; 7, Cooper Parkinson, Franklin, 44-1; 9, Angel Gonzalez, Pebble Hills, 42-5; 10, Tommy Cox, Jefferson, 42-4.

Discus: 1, Esteban Pena, Mt. View, 144 feet, 0 inches; 2, Julian De Lucio Dorsett, Franklin, 140-7.5; 0; 3, Armando Juarez, Clint, 140-6; 4, Tony Holguin, San Elizario, 139-11; 5, Aaron Esparza, Clint, 137-3; 6, Juan Alvarado, Socorro, 136-5; 7, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 136-3; 8, Julian Venegas, Pebble Hills, 129-10; 9, Roshown Thomas, Montwood, 129-1; 10, Jaime Loya, Riverside, 129-00.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 4 inches; 2, Evan Chisolm, Americas, 6-2; 3, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 6-0; 3, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 6-0; 5, Will Perry, Austin, 5-10; 5, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 5-10; 7, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 5-8; 7, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 5-8; 7, Diego Marquez, El Paso High 5-8; 7, Nathan Mercer, Del Valle, 5-8; 7, Edgerrin Mejia, Eastwood, 5-8; 7, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-8.

Pole vault: 1, Austin Lara, Del Valle, 13 feet, 8 inches; 2, Alejandro Gandara, Del Valle, 12-0; 2, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 12-0; 4, Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 11-6; 4, Daniel Larios, Coronado, 11-6; 6, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 11-0; 6, Eric Lopez, Riverside, 11-00; 8, Luis Holguin, Burges, 10-6; 8, Javier Robles, Bel Air, 10-6; 8, Owen Levesque, Coronado, 10-6; 8, Isaac Quinones, Franklin, 10-6; 8, Elias Flores, Americas, 10-6; 8, Raul Lawrence, Coronado, 10-6.

Long jump: 1, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 21-feet, 2 inches; 2, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 20-8; 3, Jy’monii Kennedy, Pebble Hills, 20-6; 4, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 20-0; 5, Jacob Romero-Morales, Hanks, 19-10.5; 5, Maurice Jenkins, Chapin, 19-10; 5, Gael Ochoa, Pebble Hills, 19-10; 5, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 19-10; 9, Rudy Valenzuela, Riverside, 19-9.5; 10, Max Mancilla, Eastwood, 19-7.

Triple jump: 1, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 44 feet, 10.50 inches; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 44-3; 3, Malachi Do, Andress, 41-1; 4, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 40-10.5; 5, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 40-10; 6, Irvin Mora, Jefferson, 40-10; 7, Hector Gonzalez, Pebble Hills, 40-8; 8, Darren Teagle, Franklin, 40-5.5; 9, Miguel Vazquez, Austin, 40-4.75; 10, Alex Villegas, El Dorado, 40-0.

Running Events100 meters: 

1, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.20; 2, Derrik Workmen, Burges, 11.24; 3, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 11.28; 4, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 11.31; 5, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 11.32; 6, Charlie Bass, Andress, 11.40; 7, Julian Mars, Franklin, 11.41; 8, Patrick Leak, Irvin, 11.42; 9, Jose Guardado, Riverside, 11.48; 10, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 11.50.

200 meters: 1, Angel Jurado, Franklin, 22.55; 2, Sir Drennan, Americas, 22.58; 3, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 22.59; 4, Charlie Bass, Andress, 22.76; 5, Malachi Do, Andress, 22.79; 6, Christian Rosales, Burges, 23.02; 7, Aaron Jackman, Austin, 23.03; 8, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 23.37; 9, David Avalos, Ysleta, 23.42; 10, Dylan De La Fuente, Pebble Hills, 23.52.

400 meters: 1, Adam Herrera, Eastlake, 50.01; 2, Christian Rosales, Burges, 50.94; 3, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 51.38; 4, Ethan Davila, Eastwood, 51.88; 5, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 52.16; 6, Dylan De La Fuente, Pebble Hills, 52.18; 7, Milo Chavez, Franklin, 52.42; 8, Tomas Gutierrez, Franklin, 52.79; 9, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 53.08; 10, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 53.27.

800 meters: 1, Kenneth Golston, Parkland, 1:58.43;2,Jared Laverty, Americas, 1:59.20; 3, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 2:00.08; 4, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 2:00.78; 5, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 2:00.86; 6, Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 2:01.06; 7, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 2:01.13; 8, Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 2:01.49; 9, Israel David, Eastlake, 2:01.50; 10, Andres Buckley, Franklin, 2:02.10.

1,600: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:27.59; 2, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 4:27.84; 3, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:29.79; 4, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 4:29.98; 5, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:30.36; 6, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 4:31.73; 7, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:32.98; 8, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 4:33.64; 9, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 4:36.95; 10, Alex Tarin, Hanks, 4:37.53.

3,200: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:29.55; 2, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 9:43.79; 3, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 9:46.67; 4, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:48.37; 5, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 10:03.14; 6, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 10:05.60; 7, Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 10:06.42; 8, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 10:08.34; 9, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 10:09.32; 10, David Gonzales, Burges, 10:09.34.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 14.05; 2, Caleb Stewart, Americas, 14.94; 3, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 15.14; 4, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 15.34; 5, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 15.39; 6, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 15.55; 7, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 15.73; 8, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 15.75; 9, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 15.87; 10, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 16.00.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Stephen Carreto, Franklin, 39.50; 2, Jesus Rocha, Clint, 40.15; 3, Dominic Britton, Chapin, 40.66; 4, Chris Martinez, Franklin, 41.80; 5, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 42.04; 6, Joshua Massaquoi, Franklin, 42.17; 7, Jorge Maese, San Elizario, 42.49; 8, Joshua Love, Montwood, 42.85; 9, Jacariaous Lewis, Parkland, 43.26; 10, Isai Aguilar, Socorro, 43.72.

400-meter relay: 1, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 43.33;2, Andress, (Malcolm Anderson, Aaron Aragon, Charlie Bass, Malachi Do), 43.68; 3, Franklin, 43.96; 4, El Dorado, 43.97; 5, Burges, 44.38; 6, Eastwood, 44.40; 6, Chapin, 44.84; 7, Montwood, 45.16; 8, Eastlake (Kyahn Williams, Isaiah Chavez, Aidan Bautista, Jaime Guerrero), 45.26; 10, Parkland (Adam Ortiz, Michael Kiesel, Isaiah Beasley, Lincoln Jurado), 45.37.

 800-meter relay: 1, Americas (Fabian Talavera, Sir Drennan, Ivann Alvarez, Caleb Stewart), 1:31.00; 2, Franklin (Aman Verma, Jamar Deans, Shay Smith, Darren Teagle), 1:31.39; 3, Pebble Hills (Jy’monii Kennedy, Gael Ochoa, Dylan De La Fuente, Amir Blackwell), 1:32.58; 4, Bel Air (Uzziel Vasquez, Josh Salazar, Christian Baxter, Marc Alvarez), 1:33.87; 5, El Dorado (Jeron Harden, Karmelus Card, Dezmond Gonzalez, Chris Harris), 1:34.13; 5, Chapin, 1:34.13; 7, Coronado (Sebastian Aguayo, Blake Randag, Ziggy Zimmerman, Jason Nevarez), 1:34.54; 8, Austin (Damian Jacquez, Elijah Velazquez, Miguel Vazquez, Aaron Jackman), 1:35.03; 9, Andress (Makhi Shannon, Malcolm Anderson, Koffi Etsey, Aaron Aragon), 1:35.24; 10, Eastwood, 1:35.38.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin, 3:26.04; 2, Eastwood, 3:28.78; 3, Eastlake, 3:32.00; 4, Burges, 3:32.56; 5, Bel Air (Adam Gonzalez, Uzziel Vasquez, Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia), 3:33.05; 6, Montwood, (Kenneth Dominguez, Ian Cano, Cesar Ramos, Joshua Love) 3:33.35; 7, San Elizario, 3:34.50; 8, Pebble Hills (Amir Blackwell, Dylan De La Fuente, Omer Ibrahim, Jy’monii Kennedy), 3:35.41; 9, Chapin (Seth Truax, Maurice Jenkins, Zeke Pastran, Adam Reyes), 3:36.19; 10, Americas (Logan Parsont, Jonah Dyer, Michael Lara, Jared Laverty), 3:37.06.

High School Boys XC Poll: Week 9

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.

What’s next?

UIL Cross Country State Championship (all times MDT): At Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. Monday, Nov. 23, Class 3A girls, 10:45 a.m.; Class 3A boys, 11:30 a.m.; Class 5A girls, 1:30 p.m.; Class 5A boys, 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24, Class 4A boys, 11:30 a.m.; Class 6A girls, 1:30 p.m.; Class 6A boys, 2:15 p.m.

With one race to go, El Paso runners, coaches and administrators should be commended for keeping the athletes safe this season. Congratulations to all!

Top 10

1. Eastwood: Eastwood finished three points away from its third straight Region 1 championship. The Troopers  had three runners in the top 10 – seniors Sergio Leon Cuartas (fourth, 16:03.80), Aaron Perez (seventh, 16:03.80) and Nathan Hernandez (ninth, 16:17.50) – for a total of 64 points in the Region 1-6A championship. Southlake Carroll won the Region of Doom with a low score of 61 points. Eastwood will make its seventh consecutive trip to state. The team’s average regional time was 16:27.80.

2. Americas:  The Trailblazers finished a heartbreaking fourth place at the Region 1-6A championship. Americas scored 109 points, eight behind Coppell for the last spot to state. Jared Laverty was the low-point man for Americas finishing 14th in 16:24.70 followed by Michael Mier (16th, 16:29.90). Both qualified to state. The team’s average was 16:49.49.

3. San Elizario: The Eagles won another Region 1-4A championship – the team’s sixth in the past seven years. The team also earned it seventh straight trip to state. San Elizario had two runners in the top 10 including Region champion Edwin Gomez (15:56.50). Dilan Sanchez was sixth in 17:00.60. The team’s average time was 17:08.20.

4. Tornillo: Tornillo moved up one after escaping Region 1 with a third-place finish and a trip to the UIL State Cross Championship. The Coyotes placed two runners in the top 10 – freshman Daniel Romero (fourth, 17:35.90) and sophomore Angel Torres (seventh, 17:42.70). Its team average was 18:35.50. Tornillo will making its 11th state appearance in the past 12 years.

5. Riverside: The Rangers moved up three spots after finishing seventh at the Region 1-4A championship, scoring 183 points.  Junior Andrew Valdiviezo was fourth in 16:47.00 and advances to his first state championship. The team’s average was 18:14.40.

6. Burges: The Mustangs were the top El Paso 5A team at regionals finishing in seventh with 223 points. Its top runner was David Gonzalez who finished in 17:55.70, good for 29th. The team average was 18:39.60.

7. Franklin: The Cougars ended their season at district.

8. Cathedral: Cathedral ended its season two weeks ago, one point away from reaching the podium at the TAPPS Class 6A Cross Country Championship.

9. Hanks: The Knights finished 11th in the Region 1-5A championship with 265 points. Sophomore Alejandro Tarin was 16th in 17:23.30 and advanced to state. The team average was 18:54.50.

10. Bel Air: The Highlanders finished the season 14th in Region 1-5A scoring 336 points. Senior Bryan Gunter ended his cross country career in 57th place in 18:38.70. Bel Air’s team average was 19:36.30.

Dropped out: El Paso.

On the brink: None.

Coronado’s Luis Pastor ended his season o the Region 1-6A championship. The sophomore has the city’s 11th fastest 3 mile time this season and is the top 10 in Power Points.

Top times (5K/3Mile)

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

2, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 15:15.53 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

3, Israel David, Eastlake, 15:20.1 (Vista Hills CC, 10/31).

4, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 15:36.48 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

6, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 15:39.22 (Veterans Park, 10/3).

7, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 15:40.33 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

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

10, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 15:41.7 (Vista Hills CC, 10/31).

11, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 15:46.24 (Clint, 10/24).

12, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 15:55.35 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

14, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 15:57.58 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

15, Jose Nilo, Austin, 16:01.71 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

16, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 16:02.61 (Vista Hills CC, 10/30).

17, Nick Parra, Eastwood, 16:03.00 (Del Valle, 10/24).

18, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 16:03.17 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

19, Michael Mier, Americas, 16:03.8 (Vista Hills CC, 10/31).

20, Devon Paez, Eastwood, 16:06.00 (Del Valle, 10/24).

21, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 16:10.07 (Desert Twilight, 10/2)

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

23, Josep Ferret, El Paso, 16:25.96 (Skyline Park, 10/10).

24, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 16:28.74 (Veterans Park, 10/3)

25, Sam Breceda, Coronado, 16:30.82 (Clint, 10/24).

Eastwood and San Elizario will represent El Paso in Class 6A and Class 4A at the UIL State Championship.

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Isreal David, Eastlake, 65 (6).

2, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 60 (2).

3, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 57 (4).

4, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 55 (5).

5, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 50 (2).

6, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 49 (3).

7, Jared Laverty, Americas, 48 (1).

8, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 47.

9, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 46 (2).

10, Dylan Walker, Burges, 41.

10, Michael Mier, Americas, 41.

Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 40 (2).

Angel Torres, Tornillo, 40.

Josep Ferret, El Paso High, 39. 

Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 38.

Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 36 (1).

Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 33.

Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 33.

Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 33.

Sam Breceda, Coronado, 32.

Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 32.

Jarrett Ketchmark, Andress, 32.

Aaron Saenz, Americas, 31.

Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 30.

Gael Alvarado, Hanks, 29 (2).

Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 29.

David Ramirez, El Paso High, 29.

Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 26.

Jose Nilo, Austin, 25 (1).

Ivan Hernandez, Horizon, 24.

David Herrera Burges, 24.

Daniel Romero, Tornillo, 22.

Nick Parra, Eastwood, 21 (1).

David Gonzalez, Burges, 21.

Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 20.

Danovan Estrada, Canutillo, 20.

Stephen Pitchkolan, Coronado, 20.

Devon Paez, Eastwood, 19.

Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 17.

Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 16.

Julian Maldonado, Burges, 15.

Matthew Engle, Franklin, 14.  

Bernard Martinez, Cathedral, 13.

Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 13. 

Alan Ceballos, San Elizario, 13.

Victor Parra, Eastwood, 13.

Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 13.

Diego Flores, Franklin, 12.

Joaquin Chavez, Eastwood, 12.

Michael Antuna, Hanks, 12.

William Moreno, Bel Air, 12.

Venancio Claderon, El Dorado, 11.

Rai Lopez, Franklin, 11.

Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 11. 

Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 11.

Anthony Casillas, Eastwood, 11.

 Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 10.

Luis Holguin, Burges, 10.

Aaron Gomez, Burges, 10.

Octavio Trujillo, Franklin, 9.

Leo Valenzuela, El Paso High, 9.

Andres Buckley, Franklin, 8.     

Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral, 8.

Andrew Alvarado, Hanks, 7.

Matthew Marshall, Eastwood, 7.

David Ortega, Socorro, 6.

Aden Hodgson, El Dorado, 6.

Matthew Maese, San Elizario, 6.

Diego Garnica, Pebble Hills, 6.

Isai Barajas, Ysleta, 6.

Jesse Morales, Americas, 5.

Carlos Medez, Coronado, 5.

Jesse Rodriguez, El Paso High, 5.

Jacob Beckett, Eastwood, 5.

Jayden Bustillos, Riverside, 5.

Trenton Nelson, Montwood, 5.

Gage Garcia, Americas, 4.

Bryan Guzman, Tornillo, 4.

Cesar Sandoval, Chapin, 4.

Andres Garcia, Hanks, 4.

Sam Florez, Coronado, 4.

Marcos Garcia, Cathedral, 4.

Angel Recio Martinez, Eastlake, 4.

Angel Maese, San Elizario, 4.

Bryan Gunter, Bel Air, 4.

Larry Green, Irvin, 4.

Juan Uribe, Socorro, 3.

Austen Percifull, Franklin, 3.

Preston Arnett, Cathedral, 3.

Anthony Soto, Fabens, 3.

Joaquin Martinez, Eastwood, 3.

Andre De Santos, El Paso High, 3.

Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 2.

Roberto Rivas, Franklin, 2.

Mario Elias, Eastlake, 2. 

Yahir Barrios, Horizon, 2.

Omar Rivera, Canutillo, 2.

Moises Vera, Austin, 2.

Gianni Ortega, Eastlake, 2.

Paul Ayala, Riverside, 2.

Erfren Moncada, Parkland, 2.

Noah Castorena, Pebble Hills, 2.         

Eric Lopez, Riverside, 1.

Mathew Estrada, Socorro, 1.

Isaac Ortega, Jefferson, 1.

Christopher Torres, El Paso High, 1.

Stefan Alvarez, Americas, 1.

Juan Linares, Horizon, 1.

Joaquin Rascon, Del Valle, 1.

Noah Gutierrez, Horizon, 1.

High School Boys XC Poll: Week 8

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

Region 1 Cross Country Championship: At Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock. Monday, Nov. 9, Class 3A, 10:30 a.m. (MDT), Class 5A 1:30 p.m. (MDT). Tuesday, Nov. 10, Class 4A 10:30 a.m. (MDT), Class 6A, 1:30 p.m. (MDT).

El Paso’s runners kept their focus during the season as they had to face the uncertain that the coronavirus brought.

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The two-time defending Class 5A state champions returned to 6A and won its tenth straight district championship. The Troopers had runners finish in the 2-3-4-8 and 10 spot – seniors Sergio Leon Cuartas (second, 15:32.3) and Aaron Perez (third, 15:41.7, his season personal best), junior Isaac Mendoza. (fourth, 15:43.7), senior Victor Parra (eighth, 16:21.9) and junior Andres Gurrola (tenth, 16:27.3). Eastwood’s average time was 15:57.38 with a 55 second 1-5 split. Eastwood will run in the Class 6A regional race at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.

2. Americas:  The Trailblazers finished second in District 1-6A scoring 48 points. Its top 10 runners were senior Michael Mier (fifth, 16:03.8, a season personal best), Carmelo Corral (sixth, 16:06.0) and Jared Laverty (seventh, 16:15.8), both juniors. The teams average time was 16:33.42. Americas will race in the Class 6A regional division at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.

3. San Elizario: The Eagles won its seventh straight District 1-4A championship with 19 points and moved up one spot. Senior Edwin Gomez earned his fourth district gold. The team placed all five scorers in the top 6 including Gomez (15:51.11), Dilan Sanchez (third, 16:07.38), Alan Ceballos (fourth, 17:17.54), Irvin Vazquez (fifth, 17:24.53) and Matthew Maese (sixth, 17:27.58). The team average was 16:49.63. San Elizario will compete in the Class 4A race at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

4. Burges: The Mustangs move up one spot after claiming its fourth consecutive District 1-5A championship, placing six runners in the 10 for 28 points. Seniors Dylan Walker (second, 17:02.1) and David Gonzalez (fifth, 17:22.7), and juniors David Herrera (sixth, 17:29.3), Aaron Gomez (seventh, 17:32.1) and Julian Maldonado (eighth, 17:43.9) scored for the Mustangs. Senior Luis Holguin was tenth (18:07.4). The team average was 17:26.02 with a 1-5 split of 41 seconds.  Burges will compete in the Class 5A race Monday at 1:30 p.m.

5. Tornillo: After three weeks off dealing with COVID-19 issues, Tornillo missed out on the District 4-3A championship by three points. The Coyotes placed three runners in the top 10 – freshman Daniel Romero (second, 17:19.75), sophomore Angel Torres (third, 17:28.88) and senior Bryan Garcia (fifth, 17:45.78). The team will run in the Class 3A at 10:30 a.m. Monday.

6. Franklin: The young Cougars, moved up two spots after its impressive third-place finish in District 1-6A, scoring 97 points. Freshman Matthew Engle was first for the Cougars, placing 15th in 17:08.0. The teams average time was 17:40.68.

7. Cathedral: Cathedral finished one point away from reaching the podium at the TAPPS Class 6A Cross Country Championship, scoring 102 points, behind San Antonio’s Central Catholic High School for the bronze medal. Cathedral had four runners in the top 20 – Luis Gomez (14th, 17:24.9), Bernard Martinez (15th, 17:25.9), Elijah Noble (16th, 17.:30) and Dylan John Lorilla (20th, 17:32.1).

8. Riverside: The Rangers jump into the top 10 after its second-place finish at the District 1-4A Championship. Riverside qualified for regionals for the first time since 2005 behind a solid effort from junior Andrew Valdiviezo who finished second in 16:02.61 (a season personal best). Two other Rangers finished in the top 10 – Jayden Bustillos (eighth, 17:29.64 7) and Paul Ayala (ninth, 17:48.84). The Rangers had a team average of 17:41.89. The team will race in Class 4A division at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

9. Hanks: The Knights won its first District 2-5A title since 1995, scoring 48 points. In the process, the team also continued its streak of seven straight individual district champions as junior Gael Alvarado won the race in 16:49.0. Hanks had three runners in the top 10 – Alvarado, sophomore Alejandro Tarin (second, 17:06.0) and senior Michael Antuna (ninth, 18:01.1). The Knights team average was 18:01.04. Hanks will compete in the Class 5A race Monday at 1:30 p.m.

10. El Paso: El Paso High was second in District 1-5A with 58 points.The Tigers had two in the top 10 – Josep Ferret (fourth, 17:15.7) and David Ramirez (ninth, 17:52.8). Its time average was 18:48.96. The team advances to the Region 1-5A XC Championship on Monday at 1:30 p.m.

Dropped out: Coronado.

On the brink: None.

Americas senior Michael Mier ran a season-best 16:03.8 as he finished 5th at the District 1-6A championship to lead the Trailblazers to another regional.

Top times (5K/3Mile)

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

2, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 15:15.53 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

3, Israel David, Eastlake, 15:20.1 (Vista Hills CC, 10/31).

4, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 15:36.48 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

6, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 15:39.22 (Veterans Park, 10/3).

7, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 15:40.33 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

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

10, Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 15:41.7 (Vista Hills CC, 10/31).

11, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 15:46.24 (Clint, 10/24).

12, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 15:55.35 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

14, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 15:57.58 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

15, Jose Nilo, Austin, 16:01.71 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

16, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 16:02.61 (Vista Hills CC, 10/30).

17, Nick Parra, Eastwood, 16:03.00 (Del Valle, 10/24).

18, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 16:03.17 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

19, Michael Mier, Americas, 16:03.8 (Vista Hills CC, 10/31).

20, Devon Paez, Eastwood, 16:06.00 (Del Valle, 10/24).

21, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 16:10.07 (Desert Twilight, 10/2)

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

23, Josep Ferret, El Paso, 16:25.96 (Skyline Park, 10/10).

24, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 16:28.74 (Veterans Park, 10/3)

25, Sam Breceda, Coronado, 16:30.82 (Clint, 10/24).

Burges senior Dylan Walker finished second in the District 1-5A championship in 17:02.1. Walker sits in the top 10 in the El Paso Running power rankings.

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Isreal David, Eastlake, 60 (6)

2, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 55 (5).

3, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 53 (2).

4, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 49 (3).

5, Jared Laverty, Americas, 48 (1).

6, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 47 (3).

7, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 46 (2).

8, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 43 (2).

9, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 42.

10, Dylan Walker, Burges, 41.

10, Michael Mier, Americas, 41.

Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 40 (2).

Josep Ferret, El Paso High, 39. 

Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 38.

Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 36 (1).

Angel Torres, Tornillo, 36.

Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 33.

Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 33.

Sam Breceda, Coronado, 32.

Jarrett Ketchmark, Andress, 32.

Aaron Saenz, Americas, 31.

Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 30.

Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 30.

Gael Alvarado, Hanks, 29 (2).

Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 29.

Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 29.

David Ramirez, El Paso High, 29.

Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 26.

Jose Nilo, Austin, 25 (1).

Ivan Hernandez, Horizon, 24.

David Herrera Burges, 24.

Nick Parra, Eastwood, 21 (1).

David Gonzalez, Burges, 21.

Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 20.

Danovan Estrada, Canutillo, 20.

Stephen Pitchkolan, Coronado, 20.

Devon Paez, Eastwood, 19.

Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 17.

Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 16.

Daniel Romero, Tornillo, 15.

Julian Maldonado, Burges, 15.

Matthew Engle, Franklin, 14.  

Bernard Martinez, Cathedral, 13.

Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 13. 

Alan Ceballos, San Elizario, 13.

Victor Parra, Eastwood, 13.

Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 13.

Diego Flores, Franklin, 12.

Joaquin Chavez, Eastwood, 12.

Michael Antuna, Hanks, 12.

William Moreno, Bel Air, 12.

Venancio Claderon, El Dorado, 11.

Rai Lopez, Franklin, 11.

Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 11. 

Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 11.

Anthony Casillas, Eastwood, 11.

 Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 10.

Luis Holguin, Burges, 10.

Aaron Gomez, Burges, 10.

Octavio Trujillo, Franklin, 9.

Leo Valenzuela, El Paso High, 9.

Andres Buckley, Franklin, 8.     

Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral, 8.

Andrew Alvarado, Hanks, 7.

Matthew Marshall, Eastwood, 7.

David Ortega, Socorro, 6.

Aden Hodgson, El Dorado, 6.

Matthew Maese, San Elizario, 6.

Diego Garnica, Pebble Hills, 6.

Isai Barajas, Ysleta, 6.

Jesse Morales, Americas, 5.

Carlos Medez, Coronado, 5.

Jesse Rodriguez, El Paso High, 5.

Jacob Beckett, Eastwood, 5.

Jayden Bustillos, Riverside, 5.

Trenton Nelson, Montwood, 5.

Gage Garcia, Americas, 4.

Bryan Guzman, Tornillo, 4.

Cesar Sandoval, Chapin, 4.

Andres Garcia, Hanks, 4.

Sam Florez, Coronado, 4.

Marcos Garcia, Cathedral, 4.

Angel Recio Martinez, Eastlake, 4.

Angel Maese, San Elizario, 4.

Bryan Gunter, Bel Air, 4.

Larry Green, Irvin, 4.

Juan Uribe, Socorro, 3.

Austen Percifull, Franklin, 3.

Preston Arnett, Cathedral, 3.

Anthony Soto, Fabens, 3.

Joaquin Martinez, Eastwood, 3.

Andre De Santos, El Paso High, 3.

Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 2.

Roberto Rivas, Franklin, 2.

Mario Elias, Eastlake, 2. 

Yahir Barrios, Horizon, 2.

Omar Rivera, Canutillo, 2.

Moises Vera, Austin, 2.

Gianni Ortega, Eastlake, 2.

Paul Ayala, Riverside, 2.

Erfren Moncada, Parkland, 2.

Noah Castorena, Pebble Hills, 2.         

Eric Lopez, Riverside, 1.

Mathew Estrada, Socorro, 1.

Isaac Ortega, Jefferson, 1.

Christopher Torres, El Paso High, 1.

Stefan Alvarez, Americas, 1.

Juan Linares, Horizon, 1.

Joaquin Rascon, Del Valle, 1.

Noah Gutierrez, Horizon, 1.

High School Boys XC Poll: Week 7

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

District 1-4A Championship: 9:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 30 at Vista Hills Country Club. San Elizario, Fabens, Clint, Mt. View, Riverside. The girls will race first followed by the boys.

District 1-6A, 1-5A, 2-5A Championships: Saturday, Oct. 31 at Vista Hills Country Club.9 to 10:15 a.m. 2-5A girls, followed immediately by boys; 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. 1-5A girls, immediately followed by boys; 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. 1-6A girls, immediately followed by boys.

District 3-4A Championship: Noon Saturday, Oct. 31 at Presidio High School. Tornillo, Presidio, Alpine, Kermit and Anthony. Girls followed by boys.

The Championship Season begins this weekend. Who will survive and advance to regionals?

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The two-time defending Class 5A state champions, will be seeking its tenth straight district championship. The Troopers, which moved back to 6A this year, are led by senior Sergio Leon Cuartas who is supported by a more than capable group of runners including junior Nathan Hernandez,  Isaac Mendoza, Aaron Perez, Victor Anchondo and Victor Parra – all who own top 13 times in the city.

2. Americas:  The Trailblazers, who won the District 1-6A championship the past two years, will provide the Trooper its biggest challenge. A pair of juniors – Carmelo Corral and Jared Laverty – set the pace for Americas. The two have combined for three individual championships and have turned in two of the city’s fastest top 10 times – 15:15.03 for Corral and 15:41.15 for Laverty. Two other runners are on the top 25 list of fastest times including Aaron Saenz (15:56.91) and Michael Mier (16:04.08).

3. Coronado: Because only two teams qualify for regionals, it will be difficult for Coronado to advance this season. Last week, the T-birds almost had a perfect score at the Clint Invitational, scoring 16 points. Sophomore Luis Pastor won the event in 15:46.24, followed by Sam Breceda, (16:30.82), Corey Dubrule (16:33.99),  Stephen Pitchkolan (16:54.74), Carlos Medez (17:22.59) and Sam Florez (17:25.27). With only one senior, the future is bright for Coronado.

4. San Elizario: The Eagles are going for its fifth straight District 1-4A championship. At the Pre-District Invitational two weeks ago, all seven runners finished in the top 10 led by winner Edwin Gomez (16:00.6) followed by Dilan Sánchez (16:43.0). Other runners include Christopher Moreno (fourth, 17:14.2.5), Alan Ceballos (fifth, 17:24.5), Irvin Vazquez (sixth, 17:52.1), Angel Maese (eighth, 18:15.0) and .Matthew Maese (tenth, 18:17.7).

5. Tornillo: The Coyotes have not raced in two weeks. They will compete for a District 4-3A championship on Saturday at Presidio.

6. Franklin: Franklin will make a run for it at Saturday’s District 1-6A Championship. With only one senior, watch for the Cougars to be a force in 2021.

7. Burges: The Mustangs won the District 1-5A division of the Pre-District Invitational with 31 points two weeks ago. The Mustangs placed five runners in the top 10 including runner-up Dylan Walker (16:38.5), David Gonzalez (fourth, 17:08.7), David Herrera (seventh, 17:28.9), Julian Maldonado (eighth, 17:32.8) and Aaron Gomez (tenth, 17:51.9). Burges is going after its fourth consecutive district championship.    

8. Cathedral: The Fighting Irish did not race.

9. Hanks: Hanks won first-place in the District 2-5A division of the Pre-District Invitational two weeks ago. Alejandro Tarin was first (17:02.1) and Gael Alvarado was second (17:08.4). The Knights and had two more runners – Michael Antuna (fifth, 18:31.2) and Andres Garcia (eighth, 18:41.3) – in the top 10.

10. El Paso: El Paso finished second in the District 1-5A race of the Pre-District Invitational two weeks ago. Josep Ferret was third for El Paso High finishing the Vista Hills Country Club course in 17:02.3. Teammate David Ramirez was sixth in 17:25.1.

Dropped out: Eastlake.

On the brink: Riverside, Pebble Hills.

Pebble Hills sophomore Omer Ibrahim (in blue) will be in the thick of things at the District 1-6A Championship.

Top times (5K/3Mile)

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

2, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 15:15.53 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

3, Israel David, Eastlake, 15:31.2 (Vista Hills CC, 10/17).

4, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 15:36.48 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

6, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 15:39.22 (Veterans Park, 10/3).

7, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 15:40.33 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

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

10, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 15:46.24 (Clint, 10/24).

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

12, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 15:55.35 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

14, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 15:57.58 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

15, Jose Nilo, Austin, 16:01.71 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

16, Nick Parra, Eastwood, 16:03.00 (Del Valle, 10/24).

17, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 16:03.17 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

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

19, Devon Paez, Eastwood, 16:06.00 (Del Valle, 10/24).

20, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 16:10.07 (Desert Twilight, 10/2)

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

22, Josep Ferret, El Paso, 16:25.96 (Skyline Park, 10/10).

23, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 16:28.74 (Veterans Park, 10/3)

24, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 16:30.54 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

25, Sam Breceda, Coronado, 16:30.82 (Clint, 10/24).  

                                             

Eastwood and San Elizario are heavy favorites in the District 1-6A race and the District 1-4A championship. Both teams have been working towards return trips to the state championship.

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Isreal David, Eastlake, 50 (5)

2, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 45 (4).

3, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 47 (3).

4, Jared Laverty, Americas, 44 (1).

4, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 44 (2).

6, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 41 (2).

7, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 40 (2).

8, Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 38.

9, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 37 (2).

10, Michael Mier, Americas, 35.

Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 34.

Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 34 (2).

Dylan Walker, Burges, 32.

Sam Breceda, Coronado, 32.

Josep Ferret, El Paso High, 32. 

Aaron Saenz, Americas, 31.

Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 30.

Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 30.

Angel Torres, Tornillo, 28.

Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 27.

Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 27 (1).

Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 26.

Jose Nilo, Austin, 25 (1).

Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 24.

Jarrett Ketchmark, Andress, 24.  

David Ramirez, El Paso High, 22.

Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 21.

Nick Parra, Eastwood, 21 (1).

Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 20.

Stephen Pitchkolan, Coronado, 20.

Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 19.

Devon Paez, Eastwood, 19.

Gael Alvarado, Hanks, 19 (1).

David Herrera Burges, 19.

Ivan Hernandez, Horizon, 18.

Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 16.

David Gonzalez, Burges, 15.

Matthew Engle, Franklin, 14.  

Bernard Martinez, Cathedral, 13.

Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 13. 

Danovan Estrada, Canutillo, 13.

Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 13.

Diego Flores, Franklin, 12.

Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 12.

Joaquin Chavez, Eastwood, 12.

Julian Maldonado, Burges, 12.

Venancio Claderon, El Dorado, 11.

Rai Lopez, Franklin, 11.

Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 11. 

Anthony Casillas, Eastwood, 11.

 Victor Parra, Eastwood, 10.

Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 10.

Michael Antuna, Hanks, 10.

Octavio Trujillo, Franklin, 9.

Luis Holguin, Burges, 9.

Leo Valenzuela, El Paso High, 9.

Andres Buckley, Franklin, 8.     

Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral, 8.

Andrew Alvarado, Hanks, 7.

Matthew Marshall, Eastwood, 7.

David Ortega, Socorro, 6.

Daniel Romero, Tornillo, 6.

Alan Ceballos, San Elizario, 6.

Aden Hodgson, El Dorado, 6.

Aaron Gomez, Burges, 6.

Diego Garnica, Pebble Hills, 6.

Isai Barajas, Ysleta, 6.

Jesse Morales, Americas, 5.

Carlos Medez, Coronado, 5.

Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 5.

David Ramirez, El Paso High, 5.

Jesse Rodriguez, El Paso High, 5.

Jacob Beckett, Eastwood, 5.

Trenton Nelson, Montwood, 5.

William Moreno, Bel Air, 4.

Gage Garcia, Americas, 4.

Bryan Guzman, Tornillo, 4.

Cesar Sandoval, Chapin, 4.

Andres Garcia, Hanks, 4.

Sam Florez, Coronado, 4.

Marcos Garcia, Cathedral, 4.

Angel Recio Martinez, Eastlake, 4.

Kenneth Gomez, Parkland, 4.

Larry Green, Irvin, 4.

Juan Uribe, Socorro, 3.

Austen Percifull, Franklin, 3.

Preston Arnett, Cathedral, 3.

Anthony Soto, Fabens, 3.

Angel Maese, San Elizario, 3.

Joaquin Martinez, Eastwood, 3.

Andre De Santos, El Paso High, 3.

Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 2.

Roberto Rivas, Franklin, 2.

Mario Elias, Eastlake, 2. 

Yahir Barrios, Horizon, 2.

Omar Rivera, Canutillo, 2.

Moises Vera, Austin, 2.

Gianni Ortega, Eastlake, 2.

Erfren Moncada, Parkland, 2.

Jayden Bustillos, Riverside, 2.

Noah Castorena, Pebble Hills, 2.         

Eric Lopez, Riverside, 1.

Mathew Estrada, Socorro, 1.

Isaac Ortega, Jefferson, 1.

Christopher Torres, El Paso High, 1.

Stefan Alvarez, Americas, 1.

Juan Linares, Horizon, 1.

Matthew Maese, San Elizario, 1.

Joaquin Rascon, Del Valle, 1.

High School Boys XC Poll: Week 6

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

Montwood Invitational – CANCELLED.

Bowie Invitational: Oct. 24, 8 a.m., Veterans Park. Bowie, Irvin, Burges, Austin, Hanks, Canutillo, Anthony, Chapin.

Del Valle Invitational: Oct. 24, 8 a.m., Del Valle High School.  Del Valle, Valle Verde, YWLA, Americas, Jefferson, Eastwood, Horizon, Parkland.

Clint ISD Invitational: Oct. 24, 8 a.m., Clint High School. Clint, Eastlake, Mt. View, Riverside, Ysleta.

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The Troopers did not race a full team at the Pre-District Invitational at Vista Hills Country Club. Eastwood did have two runners in the top five – Aaron Perez (third, 16:07.8) Nathan Hernandez (fifth, 16:24.7). The team is scheduled to race at the Del Valle Invitational on Saturday.

2. Americas:  The Trailblazers had four runners finish in the top 7 to win the Class 6A division of the Pre-District Invitational at Vista Hills Country Club. Jared Laverty was fourth in 16:10.4 followed by Michael Mier (sixth, 16:27.9), Aaron Saenz (seventh, 17:30.1) and Stefan Alvarez (tenth, 17:42.6).  Americas will rest in preparation of next Friday’s District 1-6A Championship at Vista Hills Country Club.

3. Coronado: The T-Birds did not race last week nor will the race on Saturday as the Montwood Invitational is cancelled.

4. San Elizario: The Eagles won the District 1-4A division of the Pre-District Invitational, scoring 18 points.  All seven runners finished in the top 10 led by winner Edwin Gomez (16:00.6) followed by Dilan Sánchez (16:43.0). Other runners include Christopher Moreno (fourth, 17:14.2.5), Alan Ceballos (fifth, 17:24.5), Irvin Vazquez (sixth, 17:52.1), Angel Maese (eighth, 18:15.0) and .Matthew Maese (tenth, 18:17.7). The team is resting this weekend.

5. Tornillo: The Coyotes took a week off and will not race again until the District 1-3A Championship on Thursday in Presidio.

6. Franklin: Franklin was second in the Class 6A division of the Pre-District Invitational with 59 points. Octavio Trujillo was the top runner for the Cougars, finishing eighth in 17:32.0.  Franklin is resting this weekend.

7. Burges: The Mustangs won the District 1-5A division of the Pre-District Invitational with 31 points. The Mustangs placed five runners in the top 10 including runner-up Dylan Walker (16:38.5), David Gonzalez (fourth, 17:08.7), David Herrera (seventh, 17:28.9), Julian Maldonado (eighth, 17:32.8) and Aaron Gomez (tenth, 17:51.9). Burges will rest this weekend.    

8. Cathedral: The Fighting Irish did not race.

9. Hanks: Hanks moves up one after its first-place finish in the District 2-5A division of the Pre-District Invitational. The Knights had a 1-2 finish with Alejandro Tarin (17:02.1) and Gael Alvarado (17:08.4) and had two more runners – Michael Antuna (fifth, 18:31.2) and Andres Garcia (eighth, 18:41.3) – in the top 10.

10. El Paso: The Tigers make its 2020 debut after finishing second in the District 2-5A race of the Pre-District Invitational. Josep Ferret was third for El Paso High finishing the Vista Hills Country Club course in 17:02.3. Teammate David Ramirez was sixth in 17:25.1.

Dropped out: Eastlake.

On the brink: Riverside, Pebble Hills.

Hank’s Michael Antuna was fifth (18:31.2) in the District 2-5A race at the Pre-District Invitational at Vista Hills Country Club. His teammates Alejandro Tarin (17:02.1) and Gael Alvarado (17:08.4) – finished first and second.

Top times (5K/3Mile)

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

2, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 15:15.53 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

3, Israel David, Eastlake, 15:31.2 (Vista Hills CC, 10/17).

4, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 15:36.48 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

6, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 15:39.22 (Veterans Park, 10/3).

7, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 15:40.33 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

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

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

11, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 15:55.35 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

13, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 15:57.58 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

14, Jose Nilo, Austin, 16:01.71 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

15, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 16:03.17 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

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

17, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 16:10.07 (Desert Twilight, 10/2)

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

19, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 16:16.6 (SAC, 10/9).

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

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

22, Josep Ferret, El Paso, 16:25.96 (Skyline Park, 10/10).

23, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 16:28.74 (Veterans Park, 10/3)

24, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 16:30.54 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

25, Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 16:32.73 (Vista Hills, CC, 10/10).

Franklin’s Octavio Trujillo finished eighth in 17:32.0 in the Class 6A race of the Pre-District Invitational last Saturday.

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, David, Eastlake, 50 (5).

2, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 45 (4).

3, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 44 (2).

3, Jared Laverty, Americas, 44 (1).

5, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 41 (2).

6, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 40 (2).

7, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 37 (2).

7, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 37 (2).

9, Michael Mier, Americas, 35.

10, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 34.

10, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 34 (2).

Dylan Walker, Burges, 32.

Josep Ferret, El Paso High, 32. 

Aaron Saenz, Americas, 31.

Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 30.

Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 30.

Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 30.

Angel Torres, Tornillo, 28.

Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 27.

Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 27 (1).

Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 26.

Jose Nilo, Austin, 25 (1).

Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 24.

Jarrett Ketchmark, Andress, 24.  

Sam Breceda, Coronado, 23.

David Ramirez, El Paso High, 22.

Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 21.

Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 20.

Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 19.

Gael Alvarado, Hanks, 19 (1).

David Herrera Burges, 19.

Ivan Hernandez, Horizon, 18.

Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 16.

David Gonzalez, Burges, 15.

Matthew Engle, Franklin, 14.  

Bernard Martinez, Cathedral, 13.

Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 13. 

Danovan Estrada, Canutillo, 13.

Stephen Pitchkolan, Coronado, 13.

Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 13.

Diego Flores, Franklin, 12.

Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 12.

Julian Maldonado, Burges, 12.

Nick Parra, Eastwood, 11.

Venancio Claderon, El Dorado, 11.

Rai Lopez, Franklin, 11.

Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 11.  

Victor Parra, Eastwood, 10.

Devon Paez, Eastwood, 10.

Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 10.

Michael Antuna, Hanks, 10.

Octavio Trujillo, Franklin, 9.

Luis Holguin, Burges, 9.

Leo Valenzuela, El Paso High, 9.

Andres Buckley, Franklin, 8.     

Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral, 8.

Andrew Alvarado, Hanks, 7.

David Ortega, Socorro, 6.

Daniel Romero, Tornillo, 6.

Alan Ceballos, San Elizario, 6.

Aden Hodgson, El Dorado, 6.

Aaron Gomez, Burges, 6

Joaquin Chavez, Eastwood, 6.

Jesse Morales, Americas, 5.

Irvin Vazquez, San Elizario, 5.

Isai Barajas, Ysleta, 5.

David Ramirez, El Paso High, 5.

Jesse Rodriguez, El Paso High, 5.

Trenton Nelson, Montwood, 5.

William Moreno, Bel Air, 4.

Gage Garcia, Americas, 4.

Bryan Guzman, Tornillo, 4.

Cesar Sandoval, Chapin, 4.

Andres Garcia, Hanks, 4.

Marcos Garcia, Cathedral, 4.

Larry Green, Irvin, 4.

Juan Uribe, Socorro, 3.

Austen Percifull, Franklin, 3.

Anthony Casillas, Eastwood, 3.

Preston Arnett, Cathedral, 3.

Anthony Soto, Fabens, 3.

Angel Maese, San Elizario, 3.

Andre De Santos, El Paso High, 3.

Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 2.

Roberto Rivas, Franklin, 2.

Mario Elias, Eastlake, 2. 

Yahir Barrios, Horizon, 2.

Omar Rivera, Canutillo, 2.

Moises Vera, Austin, 2.

Jayden Bustillos, Riverside, 2.

Noah Castorena, Pebble Hills, 2.         

Eric Lopez, Riverside, 1.

Mathew Estrada, Socorro, 1.

Angel Recio Martinez, Eastlake, 1.

Isaac Ortega, Jefferson, 1.

Christopher Torres, El Paso High, 1.

Stefan Alvarez, Americas, 1.

Juan Linares, Horizon, 1.

Matthew Maese, San Elizario, 1.

High School Boys XC Poll: Week 5

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

Pre-district Invitational: Oct. 17 at Vista Hills Country Club. Schedule is as follows: 8 a.m. 1-5A girls, followed by boys; 9:30 a.m. 2-5A girls, followed by boys; 11 a.m. 1-4A girls, followed by boys; 12:30 p.m. 1-6A girls, followed by boys.

All eyes will be at the Vista Hills Country Club on Saturday for the Pre-District Invitational. Most of the teams will race the district course.

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The Troopers won the Parra Law XC Classic at Vista Hills Country Club, one place short of a perfect score. Eastwood took seven of the top 10 spots including invitational winner senior Sergio Leon Cuartas (15:42.04), Isaac Mendoza (second, 15:53.15), Nathan Hernandez (fourth, 16:16.85), Victor Anchondo (fifth, 16:17.94), Victor Parra (sixth, 16:20.38), Andres Gurrola (seventh 16:26.93) and Devon Paez (ninth, 16:34.51). Eastwood’s 1-5 split was 38 seconds and its top five average was 16:06. Eastwood will not run a full team at the Pre-district Invitational.

2. Americas:  Americas boys won its own invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex with 30 points. The team was led by junior Carmelo Corral who was second in 16:13.7. Other top 10 finishers for the Trailblazers were Michael Mier (fourth, 16:17.9), Jared Laverty (fifth, 16:30.1) and Aaron Saenz (seventh, 17:14.3).The team will compete at in the Class 6A division of the Pre-District Invitational Saturday at Vista Hills Country Club.

3. Coronado: The T-Birds finished second at the Americas Invitational Friday at the Socorro Activities Center with 42 points. Coronado sophomore Luis Pastor was one of four T-Birds to finish in the top 10. He was third in 16:16.6, Corey Dubrule was sixth in 17:06.6, Sam Breceda was ninth in 17:46.6 and Stephen Pitchkolan was tenth.

4. San Elizario: The Eagles finished second at the Parra Law XC Classic at Vista Hills Country Club. San Elizario, who was without Edwin Gomez, second with 76 points. Senior Dilan Sanchez was third in 16:1138). San Elizario’s team average was 17:11. The team will race in the Class 4A division of the Pre-District Invitational Saturday at Vista Hills Country Club.

5. Tornillo: The Coyotes move up one spot after its third-place finish at the Parra Law XC Classic at Vista Hills Country Club with 82 points. Tornillo had runners finish in 10+13+16+21+22. Angel Torres was tenth in 16:37.60. The team average was 17.80 and its 1-5 split was 1:25. Tornillo is taking the weekend off.

6. Franklin: Franklin moves down a spot after its fourth-place finish the Parra Law XC Classic at Vista Hills Country Club, one point higher than Tornillo. The Cougars runners were 12+14+15+19+23. Its top runner was senior Andres Buckley who was 12th in 16:47.31. Franklin will compete in the Class 6A division of the Pre-District Invitational Saturday at Vista Hills Country Club on Saturday.

7. Burges: The Mustangs won Clint ISD Invitational at Horizon High School with 24 points. The Mustangs placed six runners in the top 10 headed by Dylan Walker (second, 17:12.02) followed by David Gonzalez (fourth, 18:07.74), David Herrera (fifth, 18:08.27), Aaron Gomez, (sixth, 18:12.24), Luis Holguin (seventh, 18:13.55) and Julian Maldonado (tenth, 18:42.05). Burges will race in the Class 5A race of the Pre-District Invitational Saturday at Vista Hills Country Club on Saturday.    

8. Cathedral: The Fighting Irish won its own invitational with 20 points.Cathedral had seven runners in the top 10 led by Luis Gomez (second, 17:25.1), Bernard Martinez (third, 17:27.9), Elija Noble (fourth, 17:28.5), Jacob Noble (fifth, 17:37.9), Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral (sixth, 18:11.5), Preston Arnett (eighth, 19:05.6) and Marcos Garcia (ninth, 19:05.9). Cathedral take th weekend off.

9. Eastlake: The Falcons finished third with 63 points at the Americas Invitational at Socorro’s Student Activities Complex.  Junior Israel David won the event in 15:48.8. Eastlake will race in the Class 6A race of the Pre-District Invitational Saturday at Vista Hills Country Club on Saturday.

10. Hanks: Hanks finished fifth with 133 points at the Parra Law XC Classic at Vista Hills Country Club. Sophomore Alejandro Tarin was eighth in 16:32.73. The team will race in the Class 5A race of the Pre-District Invitational Saturday at Vista Hills Country Club on Saturday.

Dropped out: None.

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

Coronado sophomore Luis Pastor ran a personal best 16:16.6 last Friday at the SAC, good enough for 19th in the city.

Top times (5K/3Mile)

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

2, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 15:15.53 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

3, Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 15:36.48 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

5, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 15:39.22 (Veterans Park, 10/3).

6, Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 15:40.33 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

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

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

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

11, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 15:55.35 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

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

13, Victor Parra, Eastwood, 15:57.58 (Desert Twilight, 10/2).

14, Jose Nilo, Austin, 16:01.71 (Veterans Park, 9/19).

15, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 16:03.17 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

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

17, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 16:10.07 (Desert Twilight, 10/2)

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

19, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 16:16.6 (SAC, 10/9).

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

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

22, Josep Ferret, El Paso, 16:25.96 (Skyline Park, 10/10).

23, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 16:28.74 (Veterans Park, 10/3)

24, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 16:30.54 (Northeast Regional Park, 9/26).

25, Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 16:32.73 (Vista Hills, CC, 10/10).

San Elizario senior Dilan Sanchez owns the city’s sixth fastest time, a 15:40.33 at Desert Twilight.

Power rankings
(number in parenthesis indicate meets won)

1, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 41 (2).

2, David, Eastlake, 40 (4).

3, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 37 (2).

3, Jared Laverty, Americas, 37 (1).

5, Andrew Valdiviezo, Riverside, 36 (2).

6, Joaquin Ortega, Chapin, 35 (3).

7, Sergio Leon Cuartas, Eastwood, 34 (2).

8, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 31 (2).

9, Luis Gomez, Cathedral, 30.

9, Michael Mier, Americas, 30.

9, Corey Dubrule, Coronado, 30.

Angel Torres, Tornillo, 28.

Bryan Garcia, Tornillo, 27.

Aaron Saenz, Americas, 27.

Edwin Gomez, San Elizario, 27 (1).

Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 26.

Dilan Sanchez, San Elizario, 25.

Nathan Hernandez, Eastwood, 24.

Josep Ferret, El Paso High, 24. 

Jose Nilo, Austin, 23 (1).

Dylan Walker, Burges, 23

Sam Breceda, Coronado, 23.

David Ramirez, El Paso High, 22

Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 20.

Ivan Hernandez, Horizon, 18.

Jarrett Ketchmark, Andress, 18.  

Miguel Avila, Del Valle, 17.

Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 17

Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 16.

David Herrera Burges, 15.

Kenneth Lamar Golston, Parkland, 15.

Matthew Engle, Franklin, 14.  

Bernard Martinez, Cathedral, 13.

Aaron Perez, Eastwood, 13.

Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 13.  

Stephen Pitchkolan, Coronado, 13.

Diego Flores, Franklin, 12.

Nick Parra, Eastwood, 11.

Venancio Claderon, El Dorado, 11.

Rai Lopez, Franklin, 11.

Gael Alvarado, Hanks, 10 (1).

Victor Parra, Eastwood, 10.

Devon Paez, Eastwood, 10.

Jorge Garcia, Socorro, 10.

Octavio Trujillo, Franklin, 9.

Joshua Gonzalez, Mt. View, 9.

Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 9.

Luis Holguin, Burges, 9.

Leo Valenzuela, El Paso High, 9.

Julian Maldonado, Burges, 9.

Andres Buckley, Franklin, 8.     

David Gonzalez, Burges, 8.

Dylan Lorilla, Cathedral, 8.

Andrew Alvarado, Hanks, 7.

Danovan Estrada, Canutillo, 5.

David Ortega, Socorro, 6.

Daniel Romero, Tornillo, 6.

Aden Hodgson, El Dorado, 6.

Joaquin Chavez, Eastwood, 6.

Jesse Morales, Americas, 5.

Aaron Gomez, Burges, 5.

Jesse Rodriguez, El Paso High, 5.

William Moreno, Bel Air, 4.

Gage Garcia, Americas, 4.

Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 4.  

Michael Antuna, Hanks, 4.

Bryan Guzman, Tornillo, 4.

Cesar Sandoval, Chapin, 4.

Marcos Garcia, Cathedral, 4.

Larry Green, Irvin, 4.

Juan Uribe, Socorro, 3.

Austen Percifull, Franklin, 3.

Trenton Nelson, Montwood, 3. 

Anthony Casillas, Eastwood, 3.

Preston Arnett, Cathedral, 3.

Anthony Soto, Fabens, 3.

Andre De Santos, El Paso High, 3.

Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 2.

Roberto Rivas, Franklin, 2.

Mario Elias, Eastlake, 2. 

Yahir Barrios, Horizon, 2. 

Moises Vera, Austin, 2.

Noah Castorena, Pebble Hills, 2.         

Eric Lopez, Riverside, 1.

Mathew Estrada, Socorro, 1.

Angel Recio Martinez, Eastlake, 1.

Isaac Ortega, Jefferson, 1.

Andres Garcia, Hanks, 1.

Christopher Torres, El Paso High, 1.