High School Girls Cross Country Poll: Week 6

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top girls cross country 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 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 150 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 girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

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

This week’s schedule

Clint ISD Course Preview: 8 a.m., Friday, Sept. 23 at Horizon Golf Course. Riverside, Bel Air, Ysleta, Del Valle, YWLA, Parkland, Hanks, San Elizario, Clint, Horizon, Mt. View, Anthony, Valle Verde, Fabens, Loretto, Radford, Canutillo, Tornillo.

EPISD/SISD Preview: 8 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 24 at Horizon Golf Course. Coronado, Irvin, Austin, Franklin, Burges, El Paso, Chapin, Bowie, Andress, Jefferson, Pebble Hills, Eastlake, Montwood, Socorro, Americas, El Dorado.

Eastwood raced at the ultra-fast Woodbridge Classic. Six of the seven runners achieved personal best.

Top 10

1. Franklin: The open team placed eight runners in the top 10 and swept the Loretto/Cathedral Open Saturday at Veterans Park. Finishing one through six were sophomore Sienna Zarate (21:28.84), junior Brooke McCune (21:34.77), sophomore Tessa Gibbons (21:45.29), junior Hannah Martinez (21:51.16), junior Breckyn Wiebe (22:31.50) and senior Shani Malone (22:38.82). Sophomore Olivia Elder was eighth in 22:53.41 and senior Kayla Hicks was tenth in 23:04.54. The varsity will race at the EPISD/SISD Preview at Horizon Golf Course on Saturday.

 2. Eastwood: Six Troopers set personal records in the rated division of the Woodbridge Cross Country Classic in Irvine, Calif., Friday night. The team finished 17th in the 34 team, 226 runner race. Sophomore Adelynn Rodriguez lead Eastwood, placing 40th in 18:04.4 on the 3-mile course. The 1-5 split was 1 minute and 7 seconds.

3. Pebble Hills: The Spartans placed fifth in the Class 6A division of the Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park. Senior Natalie Martinez Lopez was the only top 10 finisher, finishing ninth 20:41.8. Freshman Aubrey Arsenault had a top 20 race, finishing 19th in 21:33.6. The team is scheduled to race at the EPISD/SISD Preview at Horizon Golf Course on Saturday.

4. Eastlake: The finished eighth in the Class 6A division of the Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park. Junior Itzel Chavez was the top Falcon runner, placing 24th in 21:54.2. The team is scheduled to race at the EPISD/SISD Preview at Horizon Golf Course on Saturday.

5. Montwood: The Rams did not race on Saturday. Montwood is scheduled to race at the EPISD/SISD Preview at Horizon Golf Course on Saturday.

6. El Paso High: The Tigers easily won its own invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park with 17 points. El Paso High had five runners in the top six spots including the top three – junior Andrea Castillo (21:06.81), senior Jezarae Valenzuela (21:28.99) and junior Sofia Ramirez (21:49.86). Freshman Kylie Alvarez was fifth 22:04.20 and fellow 9th grader, Clarissa Castillo, was sixth in 22:21.76. The team will race at the EPISD/SISD Preview at Horizon Golf Course on Saturday.

7. Canutillo: The Eagles did not race its varsity last week.  The team will race at the Clint ISD Course Preview Friday at 8 a.m. at Horizon Golf Course.

8. Coronado: The T-Birds’ finished second at the El Paso High Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park. Coronado had two runners finish in the top 10 – junior Alexa Lawrence (fourth, 21:58.93) and senior Christina Duncan (ninth, 22:35.84). The team will race at the EPISD/SISD Preview at Horizon Golf Course on Saturday.

9. Hanks: The Knights were seventh in the Class 5A division of the Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park. Hanks had two runners, sophomore Elizabeth Aguirre (ninth, 20:53.7) and junior Destinee Loeza (10th, 20:53.7), in the top 10. The team will race at the Clint ISD Course Preview Friday at 8 a.m. at Horizon Golf Course.

10. Americas: The finished ninth in the Class 6A division of the Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park.  Tornillo Invitational. Sophomore Laila Morales was the top runner, placing 36th in 22:49.9. The team is scheduled to race at the EPISD/SISD Preview at Horizon Golf Course on Saturday.

Dropped out: None.

On the brink: Socorro.

Eastlake junior Itzel Chavez leads the young Eastlake Falcons.

Top Times (3 mile or 5K)

1, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 18:04.4 (Woodbridge, 9/16).

2, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 18:44.75 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

3, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 18:45.2 (Woodbridge, 9/16).

4, Sophia Watts, 18:52.7 (Woodbridge, 9/16).

5, Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 18:58.19 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

6, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 18:58.74 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

7, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 18:59.60 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

8, Annika Cuellar, Eastwood, 19:06.8 (Woodbridge, 9/16).

9, Giovanna Zubia, Eastwood, 19:12.0 (Woodbridge, 9/16).

10, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 19:34.09 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

11, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 19:35.11 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

12, Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 19:36.53 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

13, Emily Orr, Franklin, 19:39.36 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

14, Hannah Tellez, Eastwood, 19:42.0 (Woodbridge, 9/16).

15, Nahlur Gurrola, Eastwood, 19:43.8 (Woodbridge, 9/16).

16, Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 19:45.68 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

17, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 19:47.10 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

18, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 19:46.69 (Shawver Park, 9/10).

19, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 19:58.44 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

20, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 20:01.61 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

21, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 20:04.43 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

22, Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 20:16.05 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

23, Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 20:18.87 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

24, Brooke McCune, Franklin, 20:28.25 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

25, Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 20:28.43 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

Tornillo senior Kylene Elias had a top 10 finish in the Class 3A division at the Lubbock Invitational.

Power Rankings

1, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 43 (1).

2, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 39 (3).

3, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 38 (2).

4, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 29.

5, Jezarae Valenzuela, El Paso, 26.

6, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 25.

7, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 25 (1).

8, Elizabeth Aguirre, Hanks, 19.

9, Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 18 (1).

9, Emily Orr, Franklin, 18.

9, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 18 (1).

Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 17 (1).

Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 16.

Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 16 (1).

Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 15.

Mia Hairston, Montwood, 15.

Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 15.

Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 15 (1).

Sofia Ramirez, El Paso, 14.

Clarissa Castillo, El Paso, 14.

Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 13.

Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 11.

Jennifer Najar, Canutillo, 11.

Marysol Vida, Bel Air, 11.

Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 10.

Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 10.

Brooke McCune, Franklin, 10.

Sienna Zarate, Franklin, 10 (1).

Salma Licon, Eastwood, 9.

Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 9.

Nevaeh Escobedo, Canutillo, 9.

Caroline Pitchkolan, Coronado, 8.

Sophia Watts, Eastwood, 8.

Natalie Martinez, Eastlake, 8.

Kyra Walker, Coronado, 7.

Kim Castro, Riverside, 7.

Abby Barraza, Franklin, 7.

Jeanette Rivera, Young Women’s, 7.

Nadine Villasana, Socorro, 7.

Hannah Martinez, Franklin, 7.

Itzel Dean, Horizon, 6.

Kylie Alvarez, El Paso, 6.

Camila Luna, Riverside, 5.

Destinee Loeza, Hanks, 6.

Breckyn Wiebe, Franklin, 6.

Mea Workman, Socorro, 5.

Shani Malone, Franklin, 5.

Katelyn Montoya, San Elizario, 5.

Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 4.

Annika Cuellar, Eastwood, 4.

Andrea Iniguez, Andress, 4.

Ashley White, Hanks, 4.

Isabella Galindo, Coronado, 3.

Hillary Hernandez, Riverside, 3.

Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 3.

Hannah Tellez, Eastwood, 3.

Valeria Loo-Kung, Del Valle, 3.

Christina Duncan, Coronado, 3.

Olivia Elder, Franklin, 3.

Arianna Castaneda, Canutillo, 2.

Paula Tapia, Riverside, 2.

Calista Sakellakos, El Paso, 2.

Nahlur Gurrola, Eastwood, 2.

Alexandra Ordaz, San Elizario, 2.

Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 1.

Madison Leedom, Hanks, 1.

Aleah Ortiz, El Paso 1.

Alina Caballero, Socorro, 1.

Kayla Hicks, Franklin, 1.

High School Girls Cross Country Poll: Week 5

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top girls cross country 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 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 150 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 girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

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

This week’s schedule

Woodbridge Cross Country Classic: 8 p.m., Friday, Sept. 16 at Orange County Great Park in Irvine, Calif. Eastwood.

El Paso High Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 17 at Mary Frances Keisling Park. El Paso, Coronado, Socorro, Del Valle, VVECH, Riverside.

Loretto/Cathedral Open: 8 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 17 at Veterans Park.  Irvin, Franklin, Andress, Radford, El Dorado, San Eli, Ysleta, Bel Air, YWLA, Anthony, Eastwood, Santa Teresa, Gadsden, Chaparral, Bowie.

Lubbock Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 17 at Mae Simmons Park. Jefferson, Burges, Austin, Chapin, Pebble Hills, Eastlake, Montwood, Americas, El Dorado, Hanks, Ft. Hancock, Tornillo.

Most of the teams will be headed to the Lubbock Invitational on Saturday.

Top 10

1. Franklin: The Cougars did not race last week. The open team will race at the Loretto/Cathedral Open Saturday at Veterans Park.    

2. Eastwood: The Troopers varsity did not race last week. Senior Nahlur Gurrola finished ninth at the Tornillo Invitational in 21:33.37. The open team placed fourth. The team will race at the Woodbridge Cross Country Classic in Irvine, Calif., Friday night.

3. Pebble Hills: The Spartans did not race all its varsity runners at the Ysleta Invitational at Shawver Park. Senior Natalie Martinez Lopez won the event in a season best 19:46.69. The team will race at the Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park on Saturday.

4. Eastlake: The Falcons did not race all of its varsity runners at the Ysleta Invitational. However, junior Natalie Martinez was fifth in 21:54.55. The team will race at the Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park on Saturday.

5. Montwood: The Rams placed three runners in the top five to win the Tornillo Invitational with 42 points. Senior Kassandra Jimenez picked up her third straight individual championship winning in 19:13.61. Freshman Mia Hairston earned a personal best 20:40.10 and finished third while senior Jazmine Miranda was fifth in 21:05.36. Montwood will race at Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park on Saturday.

6. El Paso High: The Tigers finished second at the Tornillo Invitational with 48 points. El Paso High had three runners in the top 10. Junior Andrea Castillo was fourth in 20:47.37, senior Jezarae Valenzuela was eighth in 21:32.71 and freshman Clarissa Castillo was tenth in 21:53.66. The team will race at its own invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

7. Canutillo: The Eagles did not race its full varsity team but still managed a second-place finish at the Ysleta Invitational at Shawver Park. The team placed three runners in the top six senior Natalie Rivera (second, 20:52.23), freshman Nevaeh Escobedo (fourth, 21:52.16) and Jennifer Najar (sixth, 22:16.72).

8. Coronado: The T-Birds’ inconsistency makes them difficult to figure out.  After a few disappointing weeks, Coronado is back in the top 10 after winning the Ysleta Invitational at Shawver Park placing two runners in the top 10 junior Alexa Lawrence (ninth, 22:30.08) and senior Christina Duncan (tenth, 22:35.46). The team will race at the El Paso High Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

9. Hanks: The Knights placed third at the Ysleta Invitational at Shawver Park, five points behind Canutillo. Hanks had two runners in the top seven – Elizabeth Aguirre (third, 21:43.29) and Destinee Loeza (seventh, Hanks, 22:27.94). The team will race at Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park on Saturday.

10. Americas: The Trailblazers finished third at the Tornillo Invitational. Its top runners were sophomores Laila Morales (11th, 21:54.28) and Gisele Abascal (13th, 22:00.10). The team will race at Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park on Saturday.

Dropped out: Chapin.

On the brink: Socorro.

The Coronado girls are back in the Top 10 after winning the Ysleta Invitational.

Top Times (3 mile or 5K)

1, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 18:44.75 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

2, Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 18:58.19 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

3, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 18:58.74 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

4, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 18:59.60 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

5, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 19:33.45 (Canutillo, 8/20).

6, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 19:34.09 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

7, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 19:35.11 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

8, Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 19:36.53 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

9, Emily Orr, Franklin, 19:39.36 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

10, Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 19:45.68 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

11, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 19:47.10 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

12, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 19:46.69 (Shawver Park, 9/10).

13, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 19:58.44 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

14, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 20:01.61 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

15, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 20:04.43 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

16, Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 20:16.05 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

17, Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 20:18.87 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

18, Brooke McCune, Franklin, 20:28.25 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

19, Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 20:28.43 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

20, Nevaeh Escobedo, Canutillo, 20:35.04 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

21, Mia Hairston, Montwood, 20:40.10 (Tornillo, 9/9).

22, Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 20:45.77 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

23, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 20:46.02 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

24, Andrea Castillo, El Paso High, 20:47.37 (Tornillo 9/9).

25, Sophia Santivanez, Pebble Hills, 20:57.35 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

Elizabeth Aguirre and Destinee Loeza have been the mainstays for Hanks.

Power Rankings

1, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 43 (1).

2, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 39 (3).

3, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 29.

4, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 28 (1).

5, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 25.

6, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 23 (1).

7, Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 18 (1).

7, Emily Orr, Franklin, 18.

7, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 18 (1).

10, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 17 (1).

10, Jezarae Valenzuela, El Paso, 17.

10, Elizabeth Aguirre, Hanks, 17.

Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 16.

Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 16 (1).

Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 15.

Mia Hairston, Montwood, 15.

Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 14 (1).

Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 13.

Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 11.

Jennifer Najar, Canutillo, 11.

Marysol Vida, Bel Air, 11.

Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 10.

Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 10.

Salma Licon, Eastwood, 9.

Clarissa Castillo, El Paso, 9.

Nevaeh Escobedo, Canutillo, 9.

Caroline Pitchkolan, Coronado, 8.

Sophia Watts, Eastwood, 8.

Natalie Martinez, Eastlake, 8.

Kyra Walker, Coronado, 7.

Kim Castro, Riverside, 7.

Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 7.

Abby Barraza, Franklin, 7.

Jeanette Rivera, Young Women’s, 7.

Sofia Ramirez, El Paso, 6.

Itzel Dean, Horizon, 6.

Camila Luna, Riverside, 5.

Katelyn Montoya, San Elizario, 5.

Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 4.

Nadine Villasana, Socorro, 4.

Annika Cuellar, Eastwood, 4.

Ashley White, Hanks, 4.

Destinee Loeza, Hanks, 4.

Isabella Galindo, Coronado, 3.

Hillary Hernandez, Riverside, 3.

Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 3.

Hannah Tellez, Eastwood, 3.

Valeria Loo-Kung, Del Valle, 3.

Arianna Castaneda, Canutillo, 2.

Paula Tapia, Riverside, 2.

Calista Sakellakos, El Paso, 2.

Nahlur Gurrola, Eastwood, 2.

Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 2.

Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 1.

Mea Workman, Socorro, 1.

Madison Leedom, Hanks, 1.

Brooke McCune, Franklin, 1.

Aleah Ortiz, El Paso 1.

Christina Duncan, Coronado, 1.

High School Girl’s Poll: Week 4

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top girls cross country 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 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 150 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 girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

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

This week’s schedule

Tornillo Invitational: 6 p.m., Friday, Sept. 9 at Tornillo High School. Tornillo, Franklin, Burges, El Paso, Chapin, Eastlake, Americas, San Eli, Tornillo, Ft. Hancock, Eastwood, Chaparral, Santa Teresa.

Ysleta Invitational:  8 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 10 at Shawver Park. Coronado, Austin, Jefferson, Pebble Hills, Eastlake, Socorro, Ysleta, Bel Air, Radford, YWLA, Anthony, Hanks, VVECH, Del Valle, Riverside, Cathedral, Santa Teresa, Bowie.

Eastlake continues to improve each week.

Top 10

1. Franklin: The Cougars scored 18 points, placing six runners in the top seven at the Trooper Twilight Invitational at the Eastside Sports Complex. Freshman Abigail Pinon won her first varsity race in 19:56.78 followed by fellow freshman Emily Orr (20:02.96). Senior Alyssa Laspada was fourth in 20:12.14 followed by juniors Victoria Hoyt (20:25.80) Abby Barraza (21:02.61) and senior Sofia Camacho (21:06.88). The team will not race on Saturday.

2. Eastwood: The Troopers finished second at their own invitational at the Eastside Sports Complex with three runners in the top 10. Sophomore Adelynn Rodriguez was second in 20:04.84 and seniors Sophia Watts was eighth in 21:10.44 and Salma Lincon was tenth in 21:19.34. The team will not race this weekend.

3. Pebble Hills: The Spartans move up one after winning their own Invitational at the flat and extremely fast course at Blackie Chesher Park. Pebble Hills had four runners in the top 10 including junior Natalie Franco (third, 19:47.10), freshman Aubrey Arsenault (sixth, 20:04.43), senior Natalie Lopez Martinez (seventh, 20:06.08) and junior Carolina Zarrabal (ninth, 20:28.43). The team will race the Ysleta Invitational at Shawver Park on Saturday.

4. Eastlake: The Falcons move up a spot after its second-place finish at the Pebble Hills Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park. Eastlake junior Itzel Chavez was the top runner finishing eighth in 20:18.87. Freshman Chloe Del Real finished 11th in 20:45.77. The team will race the Ysleta Invitational at Shawver Park on Saturday.

5. Montwood: The Rams were without several of its top seven runners and managed to finish in fourth place at the Pebble Hills Invitational. Senior Kassandra Jimenez established a season city best 18:44.75 in winning her second straight individual title. The team will not race on Saturday.

6. El Paso High: The Tigers rested three of its top runners and finished fifth at the Trooper Twilight Invitational at the Eastside Sports Complex. Junior Andrea Castillo was ninth in 21:16.04. The Tigers will race at the Tornillo Invitational on Friday night.

7. Hanks: The Knights did not race this weekend. Hanks will return to action Saturday at the Ysleta Invitational at Shawver Park.

8. Canutillo: The Eagles did not race a full team at the Pebble Hills Invitational. Senior Natalie Rivera was second in 18:59.60 and freshman Nevaeh Escobedo was tenth in 20:35.04.

9. Americas: The Trailblazers are back in the top 10 after placing third at the Pebble Hills Invitational. Sophomores Lexee Salas (14th, 20:57.82), Laila Morales (15th, 21:22.62) and Gisele Abascal (18th, 21:38.94) had top 20 finishes. The team will race at the Tornillo Invitational on Friday night.

10. Chapin: The Huskies finished fifth at the Pebble Hills Invitational. Two runners, sophomore Rebecca Duran (fourth, 19:58.44) and senior Gianny Correa (fifth, 20:01.61), had top five finishes. The Huskies will race at the Tornillo Invitational on Friday night.

Dropped out: Coronado.

On the brink: Socorro.

Freshman Abigail Pinon has lead the Cougars the past two weeks.

Top Times (3 mile or 5K)

1, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 18:44.75 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

2, Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 18:58.19 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

3, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 18:58.74 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

4, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 18:59.60 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

5, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 19:33.45 (Canutillo, 8/20).

6, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 19:34.09 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

7, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 19:35.11 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

8, Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 19:36.53 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

9, Emily Orr, Franklin, 19:39.36 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

10, Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 19:45.68 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

11, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 19:47.10 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

12, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 19:47.27 (Del Valle, 8/27).

13, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 19:58.44 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

14, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 20:01.61 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

15, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 20:04.43 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

16, Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 20:16.05 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

17, Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 20:18.87 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

18, Brooke McCune, Franklin, 20:28.25 (Southlake Carroll, 8/27).

19, Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 20:28.43 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

20, Nevaeh Escobedo, Canutillo, 20:35.04 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

21, Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 20:45.77 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

22, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 20:46.02 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

23, Mia Hairston, Montwood, 20:54.84 (Canutillo, 8/20).

24, Sophia Santivanez, Pebble Hills, 20:57.35 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

25, Lexee Salas, Americas, 20:57.82 (Blackie Chesher, 9/2).

Canutillo senior Natalie Rivera has been a top five runner all season.

Power Rankings

1, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 34 (1).

2, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 29 (2).

2, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 29.

4, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 21 (1).

5, Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 18 (1).

5, Emily Orr, Franklin, 18.

5, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 18 (1).

8, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 17 (1).

9, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 16.

9, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 16 (1).

9, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 16.

Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 15.

Jezarae Valenzuela, El Paso, 14.

Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 13.

Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 11.

Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 10 (1).

Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 10.

Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 10.

Elizabeth Aguirre, Hanks, 9.

Salma Licon, Eastwood, 9.

Caroline Pitchkolan, Coronado, 8.

Marysol Vida, Bel Air, 8.

Sophia Watts, Eastwood, 8.

Clarissa Castillo, El Paso, 8.

Kyra Walker, Coronado, 7.

Kim Castro, Riverside, 7.

Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 7.

Abby Barraza, Franklin, 7.

Mia Hairston, Montwood, 7.

Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 7.

Jeanette Rivera, Young Women’s, 7.

Jennifer Najar, Canutillo, 6.

Sofia Ramirez, El Paso, 6.

Itzel Dean, Horizon, 6.

Camila Luna, Riverside, 5.

Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 4.

Nadine Villasana, Socorro, 4.

Annika Cuellar, Eastwood, 4.

Ashley White, Hanks, 4.

Isabella Galindo, Coronado, 3.

Hillary Hernandez, Riverside, 3.

Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 3.

Hannah Tellez, Eastwood, 3.

Natalie Martinez, Eastlake, 2.

Valeria Loo-Kung, Del Valle, 3.

Arianna Castaneda, Canutillo, 2.

Paula Tapia, Riverside, 2.

Calista Sakellakos,  El Paso, 2.

Nevaeh Escobedo, Canutillo, 2.

Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 1.

Mea Workman, Socorro, 1.

Madison Leedom, Hanks, 1.

Brooke McCune, Franklin, 1.

Aleah Ortiz, El Paso 1.

High School Girl’s XC Poll: Week 2

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top girls cross country 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 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 150 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 girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

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

The big this week is Del Valle High School on Saturday.

This week’s schedule

Rudy Alvarez Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 27 at Del Valle High School. Burges, Jefferson, Andress, Chapin, Del Valle, Pebble Hills, Montwood, Eastlake, Socorro, Americas, San Eli, Ysleta, Bel Air, Hanks, Parkland, VVECH, Eastwood, Ft Hancock, Loretto, Cathedral, Tornillo, Riverside, Canutillo.

Gadsden Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 27 at Chaparral High School. Irvin, Austin, Bowie, El Paso.

Southlake Carroll Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 27 at Southlake Carroll High School. Franklin.

Albuquerque Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 27 in Albuquerque. Coronado.

The Pebble Hills girls have moved up another spot this week. They will race at Del Valle on Saturday.

Top 10

1. Franklin: The Cougars opened the 2022 season with a resounding 1-5 sweep and a perfect score. Franklin placed runners in the first six spots and 10 out of the first 11 at its own invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park. Senior Alyssa Laspada won the individual title in 20:07.26 followed by a pair of freshmen – Emily Orr in 20:36.10 and Abigail Pinon in 20:38.16. Sophomore Tessa Gibbons was fourth in 20:41.73 and senior Sofia Camacho was 20:42.09. The team average was 20:33.07. Franklin will travel to Southlake Carroll on Saturday.

2. Eastwood: The Troopers won the Canutillo Invitational placing five runners in the top 8 for 27 points. Sophomore Adelynn Rodriguez won the event in 19:33.45. Its four seniors finished in consecutive order – Salma Licon, fifth, 21:35.49; Sophia Watts, sixth, 21:38.08; Annika Cuellar, seventh, 21:42.80 and Hannah Tellez, eighth, 22:08.40. Its average time was 21:19.64. Eastwood will race the Rudy Alvarez Invitational at Del Valle High School on Saturday.

3. Montwood: The Rams finished second at the Canutillo Invitational with 59 points. Montwood placed three runners in the top nine with senior Kassandra Jimenez placing second in 19:54.12. Freshman Mia Hairston was fourth in 20:54.84 and senior Jazmine Miranda was ninth in 22:08.93. The team is scheduled to race the Rudy Alvarez Invitational at Del Valle High School on Saturday.

4. Pebble Hills: The Spartans move up one after finishing second at the Franklin Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park. Junior Natalie Franco paced Pebble Hills, finishing seventh in 20:54.83. Freshman Aubrey Arsenault was 13th in 21:26.48.  Pebble Hills is scheduled to race at the Rudy Alvarez Invitational Saturday at Del Valle High School.

5. Canutillo: For the second straight week the Eagles move up a spot after finishing third at the Canutillo Invitational. Senior Natalie Rivera was third in 20:41.99 and freshman Nevaeh Escobedo was tenth in 22:09.42. The Eagles race at Del Valle.

6. Eastlake: The Falcons move up two spots after its third-place finish at the competitive Franklin Invitational. Eastlake had two runners in the top 20 – junior Itzel Chavez was 17th in 22:12.14 and junior Natalie Martinez was 18th in        22:21.56. The team will race the Rudy Alvarez Invitational at Del Valle High School on Saturday.

7. El Paso High: The Tigers finished a respectable fourth at the Franklin Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park. El Paso had two runners – junior Andrea Castillo (14th, 21:31.64) and senior Jezarae Valenzuela (19th, 22:32.79) – in the top 20. The team’s next race is the Gadsden Invitational at Chaparral High School.

8. Coronado: The T-Birds drop four spots after its fifth-place finish at the Franklin Invitational. Coronado struggled with the wet, muddy course. Senior Kyra Walker was 29th in 23:18.94. Coronado will compete at the Albuquerque Invitational on Saturday.

9. Del Valle: The Conquistadores have not run a full team at the Franklin Invitational. Senior Valeria Loo-Kung was 15th in 21:48.49. Hopefully we will see them in full force at its own invitational on Saturday.

10. Burges: The Mustangs are expected to make its team debut on Saturday at the Rudy Alvarez at Del Valle on Saturday.

Dropped out: None.

On the brink: Hanks, Chapin.

El Paso High junior Andrea Castillo leads the Tigers.

Top Times (3 mile or 5K)

1, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 19:33.45 (Canutillo, 8/20).

2, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 19:54.12 (Canutillo, 8/20).

3, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 20:07.26 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

4, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 20:27.08 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

5, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 20:33.60 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

6, Emily Orr, Franklin, 20:36.10 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

7, Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 20:38.16 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

8, Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 20:41.73 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

9, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 20:42.09 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

10, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 20:41.99 (Canutillo, 8/20).

11, Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 20:45.32 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

12, Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 20:50.62 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

13, Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 20:51.50 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

14, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 20:54.27 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

15, Mia Hairston, Montwood, 20:54.84 (Canutillo, 8/20).

16, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 21:00.13 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

17, Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 21:04.83 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

18, Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 21:05.01 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

19, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 21:06.07 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

20, Brooke McCune, Franklin, 21:06.64 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

21, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 21:09.05 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

22, Natalie Martinez, Eastlake, 21:13.09 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

23, Sienna Zarate, Franklin, 21:16.28 (Mary Keisling Park, 8/20).

24, Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 21:24.40 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

25, Sophia Santivanez, Pebble Hills, 21:25.80 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

Power Rankings

1, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 18 (1).

2, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 13.

3, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 10 (1).

3, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 10 (1).

3, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 10 (1).

3, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 10 (1).

7, Emily Orr, Franklin, 9.

7, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 9.

7, Elizabeth Aguirre, Hanks, 9.

7, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 9.

Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 8.

Caroline Pitchkolan, Coronado, 8.

Marysol Vida, Bel Air, 8.

Abigail Pinon, Franklin, 8.

Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 7.

Kyra Walker, Coronado, 7.

Kim Castro, Riverside, 7.

Tessa Gibbons, Franklin, 7.

Mia Hairston, Montwood, 7.

Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 7.

Gianny Correa, Chapin, 6.

Jennifer Najar, Canutillo, 6.

Itzel Dean, Horizon, 6.

Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 6.

Salma Licon, Eastwood, 6.

Jezarae Valenzuela, El Paso, 5.

Camila Luna, Riverside, 5.

Victoria Hoyt, Franklin, 5.

Sophia Watts, Eastwood, 5.

Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 4.

Nadine Villasana, Socorro, 4.

Annika Cuellar, Eastwood, 4.

Ashley White, Hanks, 4.

Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 3.

Isabella Galindo, Coronado, 3.

Hillary Hernandez, Riverside, 3.

Sophia Keiser, Franklin, 3.

Hannah Tellez, Eastwood, 3.

Natalie Martinez, Eastlake, 2.

Arianna Castaneda, Canutillo, 2.

Paula Tapia, Riverside, 2.

Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 2.

Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 1.

Mea Workman, Socorro, 1.

Madison Leedom, Hanks, 1.

Brooke McCune, Franklin, 1.

Nevaeh Escobedo, Canutillo, 1.

High School Girl’s XC Poll: Week 1

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top girl’s cross country 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 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 150 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 girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

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

This week’s schedule

Franklin Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 20, Mary Frances Keisling Park. Franklin, Coronado, Irvin, El Paso, Chapin, Pebble Hills, Eastlake, Americas, Hanks, Ft Hancock, Tornillo, VVECH, Ysleta, Del Valle.

Canutillo Invitational: 8 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 20, Canutillo Middle School. Eastwood, Canutillo, Austin, Burges, Jefferson, Andress, Bowie, Radford, Montwood, Socorro, Hanks, YWLA, Anthony, Cathedral, Loretto, Santa Teresa, Gadsden, Chaparral, San Eli, Bel Air.

Franklin senior Alyssa Laspada will begin her final season on Saturday. She has run on the Cougars varsity since she was a freshman.

Top 10

1. Franklin: The Cougars open its season Saturday at its own invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park. Parking is bad, so get there early.

2. Eastwood: The Troopers open its season Saturday at the Canutillo Invitational at Canutillo Middle School.

3. Montwood: The Rams did not run a full team at the Eastlake Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park but senior Jazmine Miranda finished sixth in 21:00.13.  The team is scheduled to race at the Canutillo Invitational at Canutillo Middle School on Saturday.

4. Coronado: The T-Birds won the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park (2.7 miles) placing three runners in the top 8 including Carolina Pitchkolan (third, 20:04.50), Kyra Walker (fourth, 20:10.07) and Isabella Galindo (eighth, 20:35.57). Coronado is scheduled to race at the Franklin Invitational, Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.    

5. Pebble Hills: The Spartans won the Eastlake Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park in an average time of 21:06.94. The team swept the top three spots with freshman Aubrey Arsenault winning in 20:27.08 followed by juniors Natalie Franco (second, 20:33.60) and Carolina Zarrabal (third, 20:45.32). Pebble Hills is scheduled to race at the Franklin Invitational, Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

6. Canutillo: The Eagles move up one spot after finishing four points behind Coronado at the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park. Senior Natalie Rivera won the 2.7-mile event in 17:42.75, senior Jennifer Najar was fifth in 20:13.43 and sophomore Arianna Castaneda was ninth in 20:38.54. They will race at its own invitational at Canutillo Middle School on Saturday.

7. El Paso High: The Tigers move up one after finishing third at the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park. El Paso placed four runners in the top 12 and two in the top the top six. Junior Andrea Castillo was second in the 2.7-mile race in 19:58.64 and senior Jezarae Valenzuela was sixth in 20:21.07. The team will be challenged at the Franklin Invitational, Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

8. Eastlake: The Falcons break into the Top 10 after finishing second at the Eastlake Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park. Eastlake placed four runners in the top 10 including Itzel Chavez (fourth, 20:50.62), Chloe Del Real (seventh, 21:05.01), Natalie Martinez (ninth, 21:13.09) and Sarah Dovenbarger (tenth, 21:24.40). The team will race at the Franklin Invitational, Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.    

9. Del Valle: The Conquistadores will open the season Saturday at the Franklin Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

10. Burges: The Mustangs will race at the Canutillo Invitational at Canutillo Middle School.

Dropped out: Americas.

On the brink: Hanks, Chapin.

Pebble Hills’ Natalia Martinez will begin her 2022 campaign at the Franklin Invitational on Saturday.

Top Times (3 mile or 5K)

1, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 20:27.08 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

2, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 20:33.60 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

3, Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 20:45.32 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

4, Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 20:50.62 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

5, Gianny Correa, Chapin, 20:54.27 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

6, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 21:00.13 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

7, Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 21:05.01 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

8, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 21:09.05 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

9, Natalie Martinez, Eastlake, 21:13.09 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

10, Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 21:24.40 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

11, Sophia Santivanez, Pebble Hills, 21:25.80 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

12, Laila Morales, Americas, 21:26.64 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

13, Ava Maldonado, Chapin, 22:10.49 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

14, Clarissa Morales, Pebble Hills, 22:22.88 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

15, Krystal Talavera, Pebble Hills, 22:33.14 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

16, Alexa Guevara, Eastlake, 22:34.52 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

17, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 22:40.06 (Clint, 8/13).

18, Kimbrea Storrer, Pebble Hills, 22:43.29 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

19, Kiana Matsuda, Eastlake, 22:45.95 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

20, Gisele Abascal, Americas, 22:47.25 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

21, Julie Canales, Montwood, 22:54.71 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

22, Gabriela Quintana, Americas, 23:00.99 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

23, Anabella Escobar, Americas, 23:31.23 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

24, Olivia Belmonte, Eastlake, 23:37.31 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

25, Elizabeth Aguirre, Hanks, 22:48.51 (Clint, 8/13).

Power Rankings

1, Aubrey Arsenault, Pebble Hills, 10 (1).

1, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 10 (1).

1, Kylene Elias, Tornillo, 10 (1).

4, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 9.

4, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 9.

4, Elizabeth Aguirre, Hanks, 9.

7, Carolina Zarrabal, Pebble Hills, 8.

7, Caroline Pitchkolan, Coronado, 8.

7, Marysol Vida, Bel Air, 8.

10, Itzel Chavez, Eastlake, 7.

10, Kyra Walker, Coronado, 7.

10, Kim Castro, Riverside, 7.

Gianny Correa, Chapin, 6.

Jennifer Najar, Canutillo, 6.

Itzel Dean, Horizon, 6.

Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 5.

Jezarae Valenzuela, El Paso, 5.

Camila Luna, Riverside, 5.

Chloe Del Real, Eastlake, 4.

Nadine Villasana, Socorro, 4.

Ashley White, Hanks, 4.

Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 3.

Isabella Galindo, Coronado, 3.

Hillary Hernandez, Riverside, 3.

Natalie Martinez, Eastlake, 2.

Arianna Castaneda, Canutillo, 2.

Paula Tapia, Riverside, 2.

Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 1.

Mea Workman, Socorro, 1.

Madison Leedom, Hanks, 1.

High School Girls XC Preseason Poll 2022

Every Wednesday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top girls cross country 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 10th place which gets 1 point. For meets with between 150 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 girls race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

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

This week’s schedule

Eastlake Invitational: 8 a.m., Friday, Aug. 12 at Blackie Chesher Park. Franklin, Burges, Jefferson, Chapin, Pebble Hills, Montwood, Eastlake, Americas, Hanks, Del Valle and Cathedral.

Irvin Invitational: 8 a.m., Friday, Aug. 12 at Skyline Park. Irvin, Coronado, Austin, El Paso, Andress, Bowie, Radford, El Dorado, Ysleta, Loretto, Canutillo.

Clint Invitational:  8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13 at Clint High School. Clint, San Eli, Anthony, Eastwood, Ft Hancock, Bel Air, Riverside, Tornillo, Pebble Hills.

Eastwood sophomore Adelynn Rodriguez (Bib No. 538) is the city’s top returning runner. She finished seventh at state in 17:49.2.  

Top 10

1. Franklin: Coach Anthony Laspada has done an amazing job handling the talented Cougars lineup the past three years in establishing a regional contender. The team narrowly missed out on its third straight state appearance last year. The senior-laden team appears to be primed to make a return visit. Seniors Alyssa Laspada, Sofia Camacho and Abby Barraza will lead the team along with junior Victoria Hoyt. Watch for freshmen Abigail Pinon to make an impact on the team. The team will open the season Friday at the Eastlake Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park.

2. Eastwood: Eastwood finished its season in fifth place at the Region 1-6A championship. The big loss from that team was All State runner Lauren Walls-Portillo. The good news is five of the top seven runners are back including sophomore Adelynn Rodriguez who had a phenomenal season last year, finishing seventh at state in 17:49.2.  Seniors Salma Licon, Sophia Watts and Andrea Limon return along with junior Giovanna Zubia. Eastwood will race at the Clint Invitational at Clint High School on Saturday,

3. Montwood: The Rams have a solid 1-2 punch with seniors Kassandra Jimenez and Jazmine Miranda returning. Jimenez is coming off a spectacular summer track season, earning a USATF national championship in the steeplechase, a silver in the 3,000-meter run and a fourth-place finish in the 1,500. The biggest question is who will emerge to fill the scoring positions for Montwood. Senior Julie Canales should be the team’s No. 3 runner and freshman Mia Hairston, the daughter of former Del Valle cross country coaches Orlando and Valerie Hairston, could help the team as well. The team will open the season on Friday at the Eastlake Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park.

4. Coronado: The T-Birds have six of its top seven returning from a Region 1-6A qualifying team. In a loaded 1-6A district, Coronado will lean on seniors Kyra Walker, Sonya Lee, Isabella Galindo and Christina Duncan, Juniors Alexa Lawrence and Caroline Pitchkolan will be huge contributors, as well.  Watch from some great things from this group in 2022. The T-Birds will race at the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park on Friday.

5. Pebble Hills: The Spartans were the surprise team of 2021 and with all its runners back, including the top three – senior Natalia Martinez, junior Carolina Zarrabal and sophomore Krystal Talavera. Pebble Hills should contend for a spot to regionals. Junior Natalie Franco and sophomore Sophia Santivanez will add much need depth in one of the toughest districts in Region 1. The Spartans will open the season Friday at the Eastlake Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park.

6. Americas: The Trailblazers season ended at district, but sophomore Lexee Salas did get to experience the Region 1-6A championship. Americas will lean on Salas and fellow sophomore Natalie Tolliver in a very competitive District 1-6A. The young Trailblazers have five sophomores and two juniors running on varsity this year. Watch for sophomore Gisel Abascal to have a break-out season. It all starts Friday at the Eastlake Invitational, 8 a.m.at Blackie Chesher Park.

7. Canutillo: The Eagles finished 10th at the Region 1, Class 5A championship and return three of its top five including seniors Natalie Rivera, Dania Cano and Jennifer Najar. The Eagles hope its four freshmen runners can show improvement throughout the season if it hopes to be a District 2-5A contender. Canutillo will race at the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park on Saturday.

8. El Paso High: The Tigers look to build an its Region 1-5A Championship appearance. Five of its top six return including top runner senior Jezarae Valenzuela, juniors Andrea Castillo and Sofia Ramirez and sophomores Claudia Ferret and Samantha Ordonez. The Tigers race Friday at   the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park on Friday.

9. Del Valle: After winning District 2-5A for the first time since 2010, the Conquistadores are looking to rebuild. The Conquistadors have a solid 1-2 punch in senior Valeria Loo-Kung and junior Bobbi Guillen returning from the team’s top five. Del Valle must find the right mix to defend its district title. The races Friday at the Eastlake Invitational at Blackie Chesher Park.

10. Burges: The Mustangs return all but two runners – state qualifier Pam Ramirez and Amy Lozano. Sophomore Keilah Valenzuela-Garcia must continue to excel as does junior Aritzel Garcia. Seniors Alyssa Rosales, Isabella Aguilera and Karyme Garcia will need to contribute  heavily if Burges is to advance to its second consecutive regional championship. The team will race on Friday at the Eastlake Invitational.

Dropped out: None.

On the brink: None.

Girl’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Final

There were 5 city best times and marks set at the regional championships.

Chapin junior Morgan Little set a personal best time 100 meters racing to a 12.08 at the Region 1-5A Championship. Photo/Prep1

Chapin junior Morgan Little set a personal best time 100 meters racing to a 12.08 at the Region 1-5A Championship.

Chapin sophomore Maliyah Pride set a personal best time of 24.80 in the 200 meters at the Region 1-5A Championship.

Chapin junior Samahdi Foster set a personal best time of 44.93 in the 300-meter hurdles at the Region 1-5A Championship.

Eastwood senior Lauren Walls-Portillo ran a personal best2:14.93 in the 800-meters at the Region 1-6A Championship.

Clint senior Victoria Loya finished fifth in the Region 1-4A Championship with a toss of 130-feet, 7 inches.

Here the top 10 track and field female athletes in each track and field event to end the year:

Franklin’s Erika Salinas ended the season with the city’s fastest 100-meter hurdles time of 15.38. Photo/Prep1

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 38-feet, 6 inches; 2, Iyanna Jackson, Franklin, 36-7.5; 3, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 35-3.5; 4, Victoria Loya, Clint 35-2; 5, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 34-8; 5, Nahtasha Poplar, Eastlake, 34-8; 7, Brianna Aragon, Americas, 33-10.5; 8, Allegra Solis, Clint, 33-7; 9, Teresa Carreon, Chapin, 33-6; 10, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 33-5.5.

Discuss: 1,Victoria Loya, Clint, 130-feet, 7 inches;2,Aries Mendez, Eastwood, 124-4; 3, Samantha Medina, Mt. View, 113-2; 4, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 110-0; 5, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 109-7; 6, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 106-7; 6, Samantha Castaneda, Austin, 106-7; 8, La O Samoa Talolo, Coronado, 106-2; 9, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 105-1; 10, Desiree Cuevas, Irvin, 105-1.

High jump: 1, Kayla Phillip, Andress, 5 feet, 2 inches; 1, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 5-2; 1, Alyssa McBain, Eastwood, 5-2; 4, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 5-0; 5, Kaira Joseph, Eastwood, 4-10; 5, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 4-10 5, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 4-10; 8, Vanessa Mercer, Riverside, 4-9; 9, Azali Alavardo, Riverside, 4-8; 9, Jocelyn Odiott, El Dorado, 4-8; 9, Abigail Perez, Americas, 4-8; 9, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 4-8; 9, Anisa Walker, San Elizario, 4-8; 9, Annette Guzman, Burges, 4-8; 9, Marissa Sanchez, Irvin, 4-8.

Pole vault: 1, Amelia Stuart, Franklin, 12 feet, 3 inches; 2, Amaya Hernandez, Bel Air, 10-6; 2, Aritzel Garcia, Burges, 10-6; 4, Renata Alvarado, Riverside, 9-9; 5, Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 9-6; 5, Charlotte Benavides, Coronado, 9-6; 5, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 9-6; 8, Minerva Cerda, Mt. View, 9-3; 9, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 9-0; 9, Karissa Avalos, Del Valle, 9-0; 9, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 9-0; 9, Brianna Mendoza, Del Valle, 9-0.

Long jump: 1, Morgan Little, Chapin, 18 feet, 1.75 inches; 2, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 17-11.75; 3, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 17-8; 4, Diana Cain, Franklin, 17-4; 5, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 17-3; 6, Juliana Patton, Burges, 17-2.5; 6, Citlaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 17-2.5; 8, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 16-10; 9, Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 16-8.25; 10, Lauren Hazboun, Coronado, 16-6.

Triple jump: 1, Joanna Huang, El Paso, 37 feet, 9.25 inches; 2, Isabella Dubrule, Eastlake, 36-3.25; 3, Morgan Little, Chapin, 35-11.75; 4, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 35-4.5; 5, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 35-0; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 34-11; 7, Angela Hernandez, Americas, 34-10; 8, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 34-9.5; 9, Kayley Crain, Irvin, 34-6; 10, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 34-3.

Eastwood senior Lauren Walls-Portillo ran a personal best 2:14.93 in the 800-meters at the Region 1-6A Championship.

Running Events

100 meters: 1,Morgan Little, Chapin, 12.08; 2, Demetreal Green, Americas, 12.29; 3,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 12.31; 4, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 12.48; 5, Paola Guzman, Mt. View, 12.62; 5, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 12.62; 7, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 12.64; 8, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 12.66; 9, Diana Cain, Franklin, 12.68; 10, Desiree Spearman, Hanks, 12.72.

200 meters: 1,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 24.80;2, Morgan Little, Chapin, 24.93; 3, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 25.48; 4, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 25.65; 5, Demetreal Green, Americas, 25.91; 6, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 26.01; 7, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 26.06; 8, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 26.12; 9, Trinity Avrilien, Chapin, 26.29; 10, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 26.37 10, Citaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 26.37; 10, Diana Cain, Franklin, 26.37.

400 meters: 1, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 57.11; 2, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 57.58; 3, Biviana Garcia, Chapin, 58.98; 4, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 59.21; 5, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 59.48; 6, Giovanna Zubia, Eastwood, 59.67; 7, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 1:00.51; 8, Amanda Sotelo, Franklin, 1:00.92; 9, Alexia Mata, Eastwood, 1:00.94; 10, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 1:01.08.

800 meters: 1,Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 2:14.93; 2, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 2:18.91; 3, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 2:20.26; 4, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 2:20.49; 5, Andrea Iniguez, Andress, 2:21.65; 6, Isabella Medina, Americas, 2:21.70; 7, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 2:21.72; 8, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 2:21.92; 9,Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 2:22.32; 10, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 2:22.99.

1,600 meters: 1, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 4:57.32; 2, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 5:16.70; 3, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 5:17.24; 4, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 5:18.42; 5, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 5:18.43; 6, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 5:20.31; 7, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 5:26.17; 8, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 5:29.14; 9, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 5:33.37; 10, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 5:35.99.

3,200 meters: 1, Adelynn Rodriquez, Eastwood, 10:57.40; 2, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 11:16.26; 3, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 11:36.45; 4, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 11:40.96; 5, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 11:42.16; 6, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 12:02.14; 7, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 12:06.47; 8, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 12:07.88; 9, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 12:22.02; 10, Alexa Rangel, Montwood, 12:23.29.

100-meter hurdles: 1, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 15.38; 2, Juliana Patton, Burges, 16.05; 3, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 16.22; 4, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 16.28; 5, Sophie Ryan, Loretto, 16.36; 6, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 16.39; 7, Cailee Phillips, Franklin, 16.42; 8, Madelyn Estrada, Mt. View, 16.82; 9, Ariana Hernandez, Americas, 16.90; 10, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 16.93.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 44.93; 2, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 46.02; 3, Juliana Patton, Burges, 46.33; 4, Cailee Phillips Franklin, 46.37; 5, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 46.47; 6, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 47.24; 7, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 47.50; 8, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 47.79; 9, Alexis Hughes, Parkland, 48.20; 10, Celeste Garcia, Chapin, 48.77.

400-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Caidence Johnson, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 47.37; 2, Americas (Timar Alexander, Alexia Garcia, Aubree Martinez, Demetreal Green), 49.09; 3, Coronado (Jarryn Koneri, Oluwadamisola Adedeji, Camila Hernandez, Lauren Hazboun), 49.75; 4, Franklin, 49.86; 5, Pebble Hills (Lyric Ponce, Karen Balderama, Julissa Daniels, Adenaji Jones Torres), 50.26; 6, El Dorado, 50.40; 7, Bowie (Ana Granados, Kendra Escareno, Citaly Rodriguez, Grace Valadez), 51.10; 8, Del Valle (Nina Galceran, Bianca Parker, Vianey Contreras, Dania Armendariz), 50.65; 9, Bel Air (Marysol Vidal, Kemberly Goytia, Diana Zapata, Vianey Gomez), 50.75; 10, Hanks (Kendra Burton, Desiree Spearman, Traceana McMiller, Natalie Aguirre), 51.13.

800-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Caidence Johnson, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 1:41.53; 2, Franklin (Amelia Stuart, Layla Tandy, Christianna Carr, MaKayla Sawyer), 1:45.50; 3, Americas (Timar Alexander, Alexia Garcia, Alejandra Reynoso, Angela Hernandez), 1:46.31;

4, El Dorado (Jocelyn Odiott, India Dowling-Green, Aileen Alvarado, Deborah Lozano), 1:46.74; 5, Montwood (Marcela Lozano, Cynthia Gallegos, Angelina Killings, Nayeli Casas), 1:47.05; 6, Eastwood (Alexia Mata, Sophia Watts, Aaliyah Lopez, Kaira Joseph), 1:47.31; 7, Del Valle, 1:47.95; 8, Bowie (Kendra Escareno, Ana Granados, Citaly Rodriguez, Grace Valadez), 1:48.68; 9, Coronado (Camila Hernandez, Gabriella Escobedo, Jarryn Koneri, Lauren Hazboun), 1:48.81; 10, Mt. View, 1:49.07.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Eastwood (Giovanna Zubia, Alexia Mata, Sophia Watts, Lauren Walls-Portillo), 3:59.63; 2, Franklin (Grace Oyetunde, Sofia Camacho, Cailee Phillips, Amanda Sotelo), 4:00.66; 3, Chapin (Samahdi Foster, Celeste Garcia, Veronica Berrios, Biviana Garcia), 4:06.17; 4, Coronado (Eva Asfahani, Gabriella Escobedo, Jarryn Koneri, Meghan Masonn), 4:10.19; 5, Americas (Angela Hernandez, Angelina Villalva, Cleo Naranjo, Isabella Medina), 4:10.55; 6, Hanks (Destinee Loeza, Ashley Ibarra, Madison Spencer, Mia Rivera), 4:12.01; 7, El Paso (Marisol Banuelos, Andrea Castillo, Cheyenne McGhee, Jezarae Valenzuela), 4:14.36; 8, Burges (Juliana Patton, Annette Guzman, Isabella Aguilera, Alyssa Rosales), 4:15.05; 9, Parkland (Alexis Hughes, Aleyda Saucedo, Mya Paz, Ashlyne Golston), 4:18.19; 10, Bel Air Monica Vidal, Marysol Vidal, Jennifer Velez, Jaylee Levario), 4:19.60.

Girl’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Week 10

There were 3 city best times and marks set at the area championships.

Chapin junior Morgan Little set a personal best mark in the long jump, leaping 18 feet, 1.75 inches to win the Class 5A District 1 & 2 Area Championship.

El Paso High senior Joanna Huang hit another personal best37 feet, 9.25 inches to win the triple jump at the Class 5A District 1 & 2 Area Championship.

Franklin sophomore Erika Salinas set a personal best 15.38 in the 100-meter hurdles to earn a silver medal at the Class 6A District 1 & 2 Area Championship.

For complete results of the Class 6A Area Championship, click here, https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/452045/results.

For complete results of the Class 5A Area Championship, click here, https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/452045/results.

For complete results of the Class 4A Area Championship, click here, https://bit.ly/3xRJM3z.

Burges sophomore Juliana Patton turned in a 16.05 in the 100-meter hurdles to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship.

This week’s schedule is as follows:                   

Class 6A Regional Meet: April 29-30 in Arlington.

Class 5A Regional Meet: April 29-30 in Lubbock.

Class 4A Regional Meet: April 29-30 in Lubbock.

Class 3A Regional Meet: April 29-30 in Abilene.

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

Hank senior Mia Rivera has the second fastest 800-meter time in El Paso (2:18.91). Rivera won the Class 5A District 1 & 2 Area Championship.

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 38-feet, 6 inches; 2, Iyanna Jackson, Franklin, 36-7.5; 3, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 35-3.5; 4, Victoria Loya, Clint 35-2; 5, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 34-8; 5, Nahtasha Poplar, Eastlake, 34-8; 7, Brianna Aragon, Americas, 33-10.5; 8, Allegra Solis, Clint, 33-7; 9, Teresa Carreon, Chapin, 33-6; 10, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 33-5.5.

Discuss: 1,Victoria Loya, Clint, 123 feet, 2-inches; 2, Aries Mendez, Eastwood, 114-5; 3, Samantha Medina, Mt. View, 113-2; 4, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 110-0; 5, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 109-7; 6, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 106-7; 6, Samantha Castaneda, Austin, 106-7; 8, La O Samoa Talolo, Coronado, 106-2; 9, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 105-1; 10, Desiree Cuevas, Irvin, 105-1.

High jump: 1, Kayla Phillip, Andress, 5 feet, 2 inches; 1, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 5-2; 1, Alyssa McBain, Eastwood, 5-2; 4, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 5-0; 5, Kaira Joseph, Eastwood, 4-10; 5, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 4-10 5, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 4-10; 8, Vanessa Mercer, Riverside, 4-9; 9, Azali Alavardo, Riverside, 4-8; 9, Jocelyn Odiott, El Dorado, 4-8; 9, Abigail Perez, Americas, 4-8; 9, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 4-8; 9, Anisa Walker, San Elizario, 4-8; 9, Annette Guzman, Burges, 4-8; 9, Marissa Sanchez, Irvin, 4-8.

Pole vault: 1, Amelia Stuart, Franklin, 12 feet, 3 inches; 2, Amaya Hernandez, Bel Air, 10-6; 3, Aritzel Garcia, Burges, 10-3; 4, Renata Alvarado, Riverside, 9-9; 5, Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 9-6; 5, Charlotte Benavides, Coronado, 9-6; 5, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 9-6; 8, Minerva Cerda, Mt. View, 9-3; 9, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 9-0; 9, Karissa Avalos, Del Valle, 9-0; 9, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 9-0; 9, Brianna Mendoza, Del Valle, 9-0.

Long jump: 1, Morgan Little, Chapin, 18 feet, 1.75 inches; 2, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 17-11.75; 3, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 17-8; 4, Diana Cain, Franklin, 17-4; 5, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 17-3; 6, Juliana Patton, Burges, 17-2.5; 6, Citlaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 17-2.5; 8, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 16-10; 9, Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 16-8.25; 10, Lauren Hazboun, Coronado, 16-6.

Triple jump: 1, Joanna Huang, El Paso, 37 feet, 9.25 inches; 2, Isabella Dubrule, Eastlake, 36-3.25; 3, Morgan Little, Chapin, 35-11.75; 4, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 35-4.5; 5, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 35-0; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 34-11; 7, Angela Hernandez, Americas, 34-10; 8, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 34-9.5; 9, Kayley Crain, Irvin, 34-6; 10, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 34-3.

The Chapin 400-meter relay team of Maliyah Pride, Caidence Johnson, Samahdi Foster and Morgan Little broke a school record (47.37) to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship.

Running Events

100 meters: 1,Morgan Little, Chapin, 12.09; 2,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 12.31; 3, Demetreal Green, Americas, 12.41; 4, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 12.48; 5, Paola Guzman, Mt. View, 12.62; 5, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 12.62; 7, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 12.64; 8, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 12.66; 9, Diana Cain, Franklin, 12.68; 10, Desiree Spearman, Hanks, 12.72.

200 meters: 1, Morgan Little, Chapin, 24.93; 2,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 24.95; 3, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 25.48; 4, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 25.65; 5, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 26.01; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 26.06; 7, Demetreal Green, Americas, 26.11; 8, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 26.12; 9, Trinity Avrilien, Chapin, 26.29; 10, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 26.37 10, Citaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 26.37.

400 meters: 1, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 57.11; 2, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 57.58; 3, Biviana Garcia, Chapin, 58.98; 4, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 59.21; 5, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 59.51; 6, Giovanna Zubia, Eastwood, 59.67; 7, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 1:00.51; 8, Amanda Sotelo, Franklin, 1:00.92; 9, Alexia Mata, Eastwood, 1:00.94; 10, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 1:01.08.

800 meters: 1,Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 2:15.73; 2, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 2:18.91; 3, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 2:20.26; 4, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 2:20.49; 5, Isabella Medina, Americas, 2:21.70; 5, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 2:21.72; 7, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 2:21.92; 8,Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 2:22.32; 9, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 2:22.99; 10, Andrea Iniguez, Andress, 2:24.37.

1,600 meters: 1, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 4:57.32; 2, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 5:17.24; 3, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 5:18.42; 4, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 5:18.43; 5, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 5:21.45; 6, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 5:21.83; 7, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 5:26.17; 8, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 5:35.28; 9, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 5:35.43; 10, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 5:35.99.

3,200 meters: 1, Adelynn Rodriquez, Eastwood, 10:57.40; 2, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 11:16.26; 3, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 11:40.96; 4, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 11:42.16; 5, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 11:48.69; 6, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 12:02.14; 7, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 12:06.47; 8, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 12:07.88; 9, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 12:22.02; 10, Alexa Rangel, Montwood, 12:23.29.

100-meter hurdles: 1, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 15.38; 2, Juliana Patton, Burges, 16.05; 3, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 16.22; 4, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 16.28; 5, Sophie Ryan, Loretto, 16.36; 6, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 16.39; 7, Cailee Phillips, Franklin, 16.42; 8, Madelyn Estrada, Mt. View, 16.82; 9, Ariana Hernandez, Americas, 16.90; 10, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 16.93.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 45.61; 2, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 46.02; 3, Juliana Patton, Burges, 46.33; 4, Cailee Phillips Franklin, 46.37; 5, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 46.47; 6, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 47.24; 7, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 47.50; 8, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 47.79; 9, Alexis Hughes, Parkland, 48.20; 10, Celeste Garcia, Chapin, 48.77.

400-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Caidence Johnson, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 47.37; 2, Americas (Timar Alexander, Alexia Garcia, Aubree Martinez, Demetreal Green), 49.09; 3, Coronado (Jarryn Koneri, Oluwadamisola Adedeji, Camila Hernandez, Lauren Hazboun), 49.75; 4, Franklin, 49.86; 5, Pebble Hills (Lyric Ponce, Karen Balderama, Julissa Daniels, Adenaji Jones Torres), 50.26; 6, El Dorado, 50.40; 7, Bowie (Ana Granados, Kendra Escareno, Citaly Rodriguez, Grace Valadez), 51.10; 8, Del Valle (Nina Galceran, Bianca Parker, Vianey Contreras, Dania Armendariz), 50.65; 9, Bel Air (Marysol Vidal, Kemberly Goytia, Diana Zapata, Vianey Gomez), 50.75; 10, Hanks (Kendra Burton, Desiree Spearman, Traceana McMiller, Natalie Aguirre), 51.13.

800-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Caidence Johnson, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 1:41.53; 2, Franklin (Amelia Stuart, Layla Tandy, Christianna Carr, MaKayla Sawyer), 1:45.50; 3, Americas (Timar Alexander, Alexia Garcia, Alejandra Reynoso, Angela Hernandez), 1:46.31; 4, El Dorado (Jocelyn Odiott, India Dowling-Green, Aileen Alvarado, Deborah Lozano), 1:46.74; 5, Montwood (Marcela Lozano, Cynthia Gallegos, Angelina Killings, Nayeli Casas), 1:47.05; 6, Eastwood (Alexia Mata, Sophia Watts, Aaliyah Lopez, Kaira Joseph), 1:47.31; 7, Del Valle, 1:47.95; 8, Bowie (Kendra Escareno, Ana Granados, Citaly Rodriguez, Grace Valadez), 1:48.68; 9, Coronado (Camila Hernandez, Gabriella Escobedo, Jarryn Koneri, Lauren Hazboun), 1:48.81; 10, Mt. View, 1:49.07.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Eastwood (Giovanna Zubia, Alexia Mata, Sophia Watts, Lauren Walls-Portillo), 3:59.63; 2, Franklin (Grace Oyetunde, Sofia Camacho, Cailee Phillips, Amanda Sotelo), 4:00.66; 3, Chapin (Samahdi Foster, Celeste Garcia, Veronica Berrios, Biviana Garcia), 4:09.16; 4, Coronado (Eva Asfahani, Gabriella Escobedo, Jarryn Koneri, Meghan Masonn), 4:10.19; 5, Americas (Angela Hernandez, Angelina Villalva, Cleo Naranjo, Isabella Medina), 4:10.55; 6, Hanks (Destinee Loeza, Ashley Ibarra, Madison Spencer, Mia Rivera), 4:12.01; 7, El Paso (Marisol Banuelos, Andrea Castillo, Cheyenne McGhee, Jezarae Valenzuela), 4:14.36; 8, Burges (Juliana Patton, Annette Guzman, Isabella Aguilera, Alyssa Rosales), 4:15.05; 9, Parkland (Alexis Hughes, Aleyda Saucedo, Mya Paz, Ashlyne Golston), 4:18.19; 10, Bel Air Monica Vidal, Marysol Vidal, Jennifer Velez, Jaylee Levario), 4:19.60.

Girls’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Week 9

There were eight city best times and marks set at Districts.

Eastwood senior Lauren Walls-Portillo ran a personal best2:15.73 in the 800 meters to win the District 1-6A championship.

Eastwood’s 1,600-meter relay team of Giovanna Zubia, Alexia Mata, Sophia Watts, and Lauren Walls-Portillo), ran a 3:59.63 to win the District 1-6A Championship.

Franklin junior Amelia Stuart had a personal best pole vault of 12 feet, 3 inches to win the District 1-6A Championship.

Chapin junior Morgan Little set a personal best time of 12.09 in the 100 meters and another personal best 24.93 in the 200 meters to win the District 1-5A Championship in both events.

Chapin junior Samahdi Foster set a personal best time of45.61 in the 300-meter hurdles to win the District 1-5A Championship.

El Paso High senior Joanna Huang hit a personal best36 feet, 8.25 inches to win the triple jump at the District 1-5A Championship.

Clint senior Victoria Loya won the District 1-4A discus championship with a throw of123 feet, 2-inches.

For complete results of the District 1-6A Championship, click here, https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/465117/results.

For complete results of the District 1-5A Championship, click here, https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/449985/results.

For complete results of the District 2-5A Championship, click here, https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/465879/results.

For complete results of the District 3-4A Championship, click here.

This week’s schedule is as follows:                   

Class 3A Area Meet: April 21 at Denver City.

Class 6A Area Meet: April 22 at Franklin High School.

Class 5A Area Meet: April 22 at Franklin High School.

Class 4A Area Meet: April 21-22 at Andrews High School.

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

Eastwood senior Lauren Walls-Portillo ran a personal best 2:15.73 in the 800 meters to win the District 1-6A championship. She came back later in the day to anchor the Trooper’s 1,600-meter relay team to a city best 3:59.63.

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 38-feet, 6 inches; 2, Iyanna Jackson, Franklin, 36-7.5; 3, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 35-3.5; 4, Victoria Loya, Clint 35-2; 5, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 34-8; 6, Nahtasha Poplar, Eastlake, 34-1.5; 7, Brianna Aragon, Americas, 33-10.5; 8, Allegra Solis, Clint, 33-7; 9, Teresa Carreon, Chapin, 33-6; 10, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 33-5.5.

Discuss: 1,Victoria Loya, Clint, 123 feet, 2-inches; 2, Aries Mendez, Eastwood, 114-5; 3, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 110-0; 4, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 109-7; 5, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 106-7; 6, La O Samoa Talolo, Coronado, 106-2; 7, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 105-1; 7, Desiree Cuevas, Irvin, 105-1; 9, Elena Burciaga, Eastwood, 102-7; 10, Maritza Macias, Americas, 100-11.

High jump: 1, Kayla Phillip, Andress, 5 feet, 2 inches; 1, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 5-2; 1, Alyssa McBain, Eastwood, 5-2; 4, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 5-0; 5, Kaira Joseph, Eastwood, 4-10; 5, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 4-10 5, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 4-10; 8, Vanessa Mercer, Riverside, 4-9; 9, Azali Alavardo, Riverside, 4-8; 9, Jocelyn Odiott, El Dorado, 4-8; 9, Abigail Perez, Americas, 4-8; 9, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 4-8; 9, Anisa Walker, San Elizario, 4-8; 9, Annette Guzman, Burges, 4-8; 9, Marissa Sanchez, Irvin, 4-8.

Pole vault: 1, Amelia Stuart, Franklin, 12 feet, 3 inches; 2, Amaya Hernandez, Bel Air, 10-6; 3, Aritzel Garcia, Burges, 10-0; 4, Renata Alvarado, Riverside, 9-9; 5, Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 9-6; 5, Charlotte Benavides, Coronado, 9-6; 5, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 9-6; 8, Minerva Cerda, Mt. View, 9-3; 9, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 9-0; 9, Karissa Avalos, Del Valle, 9-0; , Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 9-0.

Long jump: 1, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 17 feet, 8 inches; 2, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 17-7.5 inches; 3, Morgan Little, Chapin, 17-4; 3, Diana Cain, Franklin, 17-4; 5, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 17-3; 6, Citlaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 17-2.5; 7, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 16-10; 8, Juliana Patton, Burges, 16-8.5; 9, Lauren Hazboun, Coronado, 16-6; 10, Nevaeh Buntyn, Pebble Hills, 16-3.

Triple jump: 1, Joanna Huang, El Paso, 36 feet, 8.25 inches: 2, Isabella Dubrule, Eastlake, 36-3.25; 3, Morgan Little, Chapin, 35-11.75; 4, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 35-4.5; 5, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 35-0; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 34-11; 7, Angela Hernandez, Americas, 34-10; 8, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 34-9.5; 9, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 34-3; 10, Kayley Crain, Irvin, 33-9.

Montwood’s Angelina Killings (in green) has the third fastest 100-meter dash time in El Paso (12.57). She will compete in Friday’s Region 1, Class 6A area round meet at Franklin High School on Friday.

Running Events

100 meters: 1,Morgan Little, Chapin, 12.09; 2,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 12.31; 3, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 12.57; 4, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 12.62; 5, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 12.64; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 12.66; 7, Diana Cain, Franklin, 12.68; 8, Desiree Spearman, Hanks, 12.72; 9, Demetreal Green, Americas, 12.74; 10, Iliana Smith, Eastlake, 12.77; 10, Citaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 12.77.

200 meters: 1, Morgan Little, Chapin, 24.93; 2,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 25.18; 3, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 25.65; 4, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 25.84; 5, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 26.01; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 26.06; 7, Demetreal Green, Americas, 26.11; 8, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 26.12; 9, Trinity Avrilien, Chapin, 26.29; 10, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 26.37 10, Citaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 26.37.

400 meters: 1, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 57.11; 2, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 57.58; 3, Biviana Garcia, Chapin, 58.98; 4, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 59.21; 5, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 59.51; 6, Giovanna Zubia, Eastwood, 1:00.10; 7, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 1:00.51; 8, Amanda Sotelo, Franklin, 1:00.92; 9, Alexia Mata, Eastwood, 1:00.94; 10, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 1:01.08.

800 meters: 1,Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 2:15.73; 2, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 2:19.84; 3, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 2:20.26; 4, Isabella Medina, Americas, 2:21.72; 4, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 2:21.72; 6, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 2:21.92; 7,Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 2:22.32; 8, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 2:22.67; 9, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 2:22.99; 10, Caroline Pitchkolan, Coronado, 2:24.71.

1,600 meters: 1, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 4:57.32; 2, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 5:17.24; 3, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 5:18.42; 4, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 5:18.43; 5, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 5:21.45; 6, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 5:21.83; 7, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 5:26.17; 8, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 5:35.28; 9, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 5:35.43; 10, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 5:35.99.

3,200 meters: 1, Adelynn Rodriquez, Eastwood, 10:57.40; 2, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 11:16.26; 3, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 11:40.96; 4, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 11:42.16; 5, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 11:48.69; 6, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 12:02.14; 7, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 12:06.47; 8, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 12:08.47; 9, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 12:22.02; 10, Alexa Rangel, Montwood, 12:23.29.

100-meter hurdles: 1, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 15.75; 2, Juliana Patton, Burges, 15.97; 3, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 16.22; 4, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 16.28; 5, Sophie Ryan, Loretto, 16.36; 6, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 16.39; 7, Cailee Phillips, Franklin, 16.42; 8, Madelyn Estrada, Mt. View, 16.82; 9, Ariana Hernandez, Americas, 16.90; 10, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 16.93.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 45.61; 2, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 46.02; 3, Juliana Patton, Burges, 46.33; 4, Cailee Phillips Franklin, 46.37; 5, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 46.47; 6, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 47.24; 7, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 47.50; 8, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 47.79; 9, Alexis Hughes, Parkland, 48.20; 10, Celeste Garcia, Chapin, 48.77.

400-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Trinity Avrilien, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 42.51; 2, Americas (Timar Alexander, Alexia Garcia, Angela Hernandez, Demetreal Green), 49.53; 3, Franklin, 49.86; 4, Pebble Hills (Lyric Ponce, Karen Balderama, Julissa Daniels, Adenaji Jones Torres), 50.26; 5, El Dorado, 50.40; 6, Coronado (Jarryn Koneri, Oluwadamisola Adedeji, Camila Hernandez, Lauren Hazboun), 50.45; 7, Del Valle (Nina Galceran, Bianca Parker, Vianey Contreras, Dania Armendariz), 50.65; 8, Bel Air (Marysol Vidal, Kemberly Goytia, Diana Zapata, Vianey Gomez), 50.90; 9, Bowie (Kendra Escareno, Ana Granados, Perla Lopez, Grace Valadez), 51.10; 10, Hanks (Kendra Burton, Desiree Spearman, Traceana McMiller, Natalie Aguirre), 51.13.

800-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Caidence Johnson, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 1:41.53; 2, Franklin (Amelia Stuart, Layla Tandy, Christianna Carr, MaKayla Sawyer), 1:45.66; 3, Americas (Timar Alexander, Alexia Garcia, Alejandra Reynoso, Angela Hernandez), 1:46.31; 4, El Dorado (Aileen Alvarado, India Dowling-Green, , Deborah Lozano, Jocelyn Odiott), 1:46.86; 5, Montwood (Marcela Lozano, Cynthia Gallegos, Angelina Killings, Nayeli Casas), 1:47.05; 6, Eastwood (Alexia Mata, Sophia Watts, Aaliyah Lopez, Kaira Joseph), 1:47.31; 7, Del Valle, 1:47.95; 8, Bowie (Kendra Escareno, Ana Granados, Citaly Rodriguez, Grace Valadez), 1:48.68; 9, Coronado (Camila Hernandez, Gabriella Escobedo, Jarryn Koneri, Lauren Hazboun), 1:48.81; 10, Andress (Kayla Phillip, Andrea Iniguez, Natalie Rodriguez, Promise Iheanacho), 1:49.31.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Eastwood (Giovanna Zubia, Alexia Mata, Sophia Watts, Lauren Walls-Portillo), 3:59.63; 2, Franklin (Grace Oyetunde, Sofia Camacho, Cailee Phillips, Amanda Sotelo), 4:00.66; 3, Coronado (Eva Asfahani, Gabriella Escobedo, Jarryn Koneri, Meghan Masonn), 4:10.19; 4, Americas (Angela Hernandez, Angelina Villalva, Cleo Naranjo, Isabella Medina), 4:10.55; 5, Chapin (Samahdi Foster, Veronica Berrios, Morgan Little, Celeste Garcia), 4:10.86; 6, Hanks (Destinee Loeza, Ashley Ibarra, Madison Spencer, Mia Rivera), 4:12.56; 7, Burges (Juliana Patton, Annette Guzman, Isabella Aguilera, Alyssa Rosales), 4:15.05; 8, El Paso (Marisol Banuelos, Andrea Castillo, Cheyenne McGhee, Jezarae Valenzuela), 4:16.23; 9, Parkland (Alexis Hughes, Aleyda Saucedo, Ashlyne Golston, Mya Paz), 4:19.18; 10, Canutillo (Destiny Carbajal, Leslie Del Real, Gillian Carreon, Arianna Castaneda), 4:21.01.

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

There were two city best marks set at the Andress Invitational and the Clint ISD Invitational at Mt. View.

Andress junior Kayla Phillip tied two other high jumpers with a leap of 5 feet, 2 inches setting a personal best at the Andress Invitational.

Clint’s Victoria Loya earned a city best in the discuss with a throw of 115 feet at the Clint ISD Invitational at Mt. View.

For complete results of the Andress Invitational, click here, https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/460712/results.

For complete results of the Clint ISD Invitational at Mt. View, click here, https://www.runnercard.com/runner/data/19643/1004117/result/MVHS%20Invitational%202022.htm.

This week’s schedule is as follows:                   

District 2-5A Championships: April 4-8 at Canutillo High School. For more information: https://bit.ly/3IWrSOW.

District 1-6A Championships: April 6-9 at Eastwood High School. For more information: https://bit.ly/3uJDsb0.

District 1-5A Championship: April 6-9 at Bowie High School.

District 1-4A Championships: April 6-8 at San Elizario High School. For more information: https://bit.ly/3NBFV04.

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

Americas hurdler Ariana Hernandez is in the city’s top 10 in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles heading into the district championship.

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 38-feet, 6 inches; 2, Iyanna Jackson, Franklin, 36-7.5; 3, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 35-3.5; 4, Victoria Loya, Clint 35-2; 5, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 34-5; 6, Brianna Aragon, Americas, 33-10.5; 7, Allegra Solis, Clint, 33-7; 8, Teresa Carreon, Chapin, 33-6; 9, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 33-5.5; 10, Nahtasha Poplar, Eastlake, 33-2.

Discuss: 1,Victoria Loya, Clint, 115-0; 2, Aries Mendez, Eastwood, 114 feet, 5 inches; 3, Kazzady Jimenez, Burges, 110-0; 4, Leslie Jaquez, Jefferson, 109-7; 5, Amaris Delgado, Socorro, 106-7; 6, Desiree Cuevas, Irvin, 105-1; 7, Kelsey Finn, Coronado, 104-9; 8, Maritza Macias, Americas, 100-11; 9, Alyssa Lambert, Burges, 100-7; 10, Sarahi Leyva, Burges, 99-11.

High jump: 1, Kayla Phillip, Andress, 5 feet, 2 inches; 1, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 5-2; 1, Alyssa McBain, Eastwood, 5-2; 4, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 5-0; 5, Kaira Joseph, Eastwood, 4-10; 5, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 4-10 7, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 4-8; 7, Jocelyn Odiott, El Dorado, 4-8; 7, Abigail Perez, Americas, 4-8; 7, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 4-8; 7, Anisa Walker, San Elizario, 4-8; 7, Annette Guzman, Burges, 4-8.

Pole vault: 1, Amelia Stuart, Franklin, 12 feet, 0 inches; 2, Amaya Hernandez, Bel Air, 10-6; 3, Aritzel Garcia, Burges, 10-0; 4, Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 9-6; 4, Charlotte Benavides, Coronado, 9-6; 4, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 9-6; 7, Sarah Dovenbarger, Eastlake, 9-3; 8, Minerva Cerda, Mt. View, 9-0; 8, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 9-0; 8, Karissa Avalos, Del Valle, 9-0.

Long jump: 1, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 17 feet, 8 inches; 2, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 17-6.5 inches; 3, Morgan Little, Chapin, 17-4; 3, Diana Cain, Franklin, 17-4; 5, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 17-3; 6, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 16-10; 6, Juliana Patton, Burges, 16-7; 8, Citlaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 16-6; 8, Lauren Hazboun, Coronado, 16-6; 10, Nevaeh Buntyn, Pebble Hills, 16-3.

Triple jump: 1, Joanna Huang, El Paso, 36 feet, 3.25 inches: 1, Isabella Dubrule, Eastlake, 36-3.25; 3, Promise Iheanacho, Andress, 35-0; 4, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 34-11; 4, Aileen Alvarado, El Dorado, 34-11; 6, Angela Hernandez, Americas, 34-10; 7, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 34-9.5; 8, Morgan Little, Chapin, 34-3.75; 9, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 34-3; 10, Amaya Williams, Eastwood, 33-4.

Running Events

100 meters: 1,Morgan Little, Chapin, 12.37; 2,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 12.39; 3, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 12.57; 4, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 12.63; 5, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 12.64; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 12.66; 7, Diana Cain, Franklin, 12.68; 8, Demetreal Green, Americas, 12.74; 9, Iliana Smith, Eastlake, 12.77; 9, Citaly Rodriguez, Bowie, 12.77.

200 meters: 1, Morgan Little, Chapin, 25.34; 2,Maliyah Pride, Chapin, 25.35; 3, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 25.65; 4, India Dowling-Green, El Dorado, 25.84; 5, Marcela Lozano, Montwood, 26.01; 6, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 26.06; 7, Angelina Killings, Montwood, 26.12; 8, Trinity Avrilien, Chapin, 26.29; 9, Caidence Johnson, Chapin, 26.37; 10, Diana Cain, Franklin, 26.41.

400 meters: 1, Samahdi Foster, Chapin, 57.11; 2, Grace Oyetunde, Franklin, 57.58; 3, Biviana Garcia, Chapin, 58.98; 4, Bianca Parker, Del Valle, 59.51; 5, Giovanna Zubia, Eastwood, 1:00.38; 6, Alexia Mata, Eastwood, 1:00.94; 7, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 1:01.08; 8, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 1:01.55; 9, Kaira Joseph, Eastwood, 1:01.80; 10, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 1:01.88.

800 meters: 1,Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 2:16.06; 2, Sofia Camacho, Franklin, 2:20.55; 3, Rebecca Duran, Chapin, 2:21.92; 4,Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 2:22.32; 5, Mia Rivera, Hanks, 2:22.38; 6, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 2:22.67; 7, Andrea Castillo, El Paso, 2:22.99; 8, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 2:23.11; 9, Isabella Medina, Americas, 2:23.27; 10, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 2:25.73.

1,600 meters: 1, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 4:57.32; 2, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 5:17.24; 3, Adelynn Rodriguez, Eastwood, 5:18.42; 4, Abigail Barraza, Franklin, 5:18.43; 5, Natalia Martinez Lopez, Pebble Hills, 5:21.45; 6, Crystal Peterson, Jefferson, 5:26.17; 7, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 5:26.70; 8, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 5:35.28; 9, Natalie Rivera, Canutillo, 5:35.43; 10, Alexa Lawrence, Coronado, 5:35.99.

3,200 meters: 1, Adelynn Rodriquez, Eastwood, 10:57.40; 2, Alyssa Laspada, Franklin, 11:16.26; 3, Lauren Walls-Portillo, Eastwood, 11:42.16; 4, Kassandra Jimenez, Montwood, 11:48.69; 5, Natalie Franco, Pebble Hills, 12:02.14; 6, Jordan Torres, Franklin, 12:06.66; 7, Samantha Ramirez, San Elizario, 12:08.47; 8, Jazmine Miranda, Montwood, 12:22.02; 9, Alexa Rangel, Montwood, 12:23.29; 10, Paula Tovar, Franklin, 12:25.17.

100-meter hurdles: 1, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 15.75; 2, Emily Trillo, Jefferson, 16.28; 3, Sophie Ryan, Loretto, 16.36; 4, Cailee Phillips, Franklin, 16.44; 5, Laci Del Pino, Ysleta, 16.47; 6, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 16.75; 7, Juliana Patton, Burges, 16.79; 8, Madelyn Estrada, Mt. View, 16.82; 9, Ariana Hernandez, Americas, 16.90; 10, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 16.93.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Deborah Lozano, El Dorado, 46.02; 2, Cailee Phillips Franklin, 46.84; 3, Salma Licon, Eastwood, 47.27; 4, Juliana Patton, Burges, 47.51; 5, Ashley Ibarra, Hanks, 47.71; 6, Erika Salinas, Franklin, 47.79; 7, Alexis Hughes, Parkland, 48.20; 8, Madelaine Estrada, Mt. View, 48.65; 9, Celeste Garcia, Chapin, 48.77; 10, Ariana Hernandez, Americas, 49.13.

400-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Trinity Avrilien, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 42.51; 2, Americas, 49.65; 3, Franklin, 49.86; 4, El Dorado, 50.40; 5, Coronado (Jarryn Koneri, Oluwadamisola Adedeji, Camila Hernandez, Lauren Hazboun), 50.73; 5, Pebble Hills (Lyric Ponce, Karen Balderama, Julissa Daniels, Adenaji Jones Torres), 50.73; 7, Montwood, 51.48; 8, Del Valle, 51.51; 9, Eastwood, 51.57; 10, Eastlake, 51.76.

800-meter relay: 1, Chapin (Maliyah Pride, Caidence Johnson, Samahdi Foster, Morgan Little), 1:41.53; 2, Franklin, 1:46.96; 3, Americas, 1:46.70; 4, Del Valle, 1:47.95; 5, El Dorado (Aileen Alvarado, Sidney Hall, India Dowling-Green, Deborah Lozano), 1:48.00; 6, Montwood (Marcela Lozano, Nayeli Casas, Cynthia Gallegos, Angelina Killings), 1:48.21; 7, Eastwood (Aaliyah Lopez, Kaira Joseph, Sophia Watts, Alexia Mata), 1:49.07; 8, Coronado (Angelica Serna, Jarryn Koneri, Camila Hernandez, Lauren Hazboun), 1:49.46; 9, Mt. View (Jennifer Valdez, Jema Padilla, Madelaine Estrada, Paola Guzman), 1:49.57; 10, Bel Air (Marysol Vidal, Kemberly Goytia, Diana Zapata, Vianey Gomez), 1:49.82.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin (Grace Oyetunde, Sofia Camacho, Cailee Phillips, Amanda Sotelo), 4:00.66; 2, Eastwood, 4:02.11; 3, Chapin (Samahdi Foster, Veronica Berrios, Morgan Little, Celeste Garcia), 4:10.86; 4, Coronado (Gabriella Escobedo, Caroline Pitchkolan, Faith Silex, Meghan Mason), 4:14.26; 5, Hanks, 4:15.41; 6, Americas, 4:17.02; 7, Burges (Juliana Patton, Annette Guzman, Esmeralda Gutierrez, Alyssa Rosales), 4:17.75; 8, Parkland (Alexis Hughes, Aleyda Saucedo, Ashlyne Golston, Mya Paz), 4:19.18; 9, Canutillo (Destiny Carbajal, Leslie Del Real, Gillian Carreon, Arianna Castaneda), 4:21.01; 10, El Paso (Jezarae Valenzuela, Sofia Ramirez, Cheyenne McGhee, Andrea Castillo), 4:21.54.