Monday Cooldown: Franklin girl’s determined to return to state; Pastor sets high standards

Franklin started the season with a perfect score.

It’s no secret, the Franklin girls were supposed to be strong this year as they attempt to regroup after narrowly missing out on its third straight state appearance in 2021.

But what they did Saturday morning on a slippery, muddy course at Mary Frances Keisling Park was downright astonishing.

The Cougars opened the 2022 campaign with a perfect score, placing runners in the first nine spots and 10 out of the first 11.

Pebble Hills junior Natalie Franco was the only non-Franklin runner to crack the top 10, placing tenth in 21:06.64.

“It was fun and muddy,” said senior Alyssa Laspada who won the individual title in 20:07.26. “I was a little nervous but also excited.”

She has every reason to be excited.

Laspada was followed by two freshmen – Emily Orr and Abigail Pinon who finished second (20:36.10) and third (20:38.16).

Sophomore Tessa Gibbons was fourth in 20:41.73 and senior Sofia Camacho was fifth 20:42.09, senior Abigail Barraza was eight in 21:04.83 and junior Brooke McCune was ninth in 21:06.07.

“The freshmen did really well,” Laspada said. “I have high expectations for myself and for the team.”

Laspada was the lone runner to represent Franklin at the Class 6A state meet last year.

“It’s been challenging to rebuild after losing some quality seniors the past two years, but we’re getting there,” she said. “Now, as seniors, Sofia (Camacho) and Abby (Barraza) and I have gained the respect of the girls because they saw how hard we worked which ultimately led to success.”

Orr, who was at Wiggs Middle School last year, said the course was difficult but fun.  

“It was really muddy and really steep, and I couldn’t find good footing, but I felt strong,” she said. “I just came off an injury, so it felt good to be back.”

Orr understands the responsibility of running as a freshman on a team as talented as Franklin.

“I really like the team; we’re really close and strong,” she said. “Everyone is fast and talented. I take a lot of advice from Alyssa and Abby. I look up to them and try to keep up with them and try to do what they do.”

Orr said she understands her role.

“I’m hoping good things happen to us this year,” she said. “It’s an amazing team. Me and the other freshman are going to have a huge role. I think we’ll be able to get to state and be able to pull the team together.”

Pinon, who ran at Canutillo Middle School, is also excited to run varsity as a freshman.

“It’s really special, I love running with them,” she said. “It’s something that I’ll cherish forever. My role is to work hard and stay determined. We have to keep on pushing each other and ourselves.

Luis Pastor.

Franklin boys; Coronado’s Pastor shine

Coronado’s Luis Pastor has started his senior season off strong, following up his 2.7-mile Irvin Invitational championship with another at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

“I’ve been saying I wanted to run 15 (minutes) here all week because I knew it was a flat course, but the conditions didn’t allow for that, so I had to adjust and run tough,” Pastor said. “I fell behind in the first 800 meters, so I had to make a quick kick to be where I wanted to be. I passed the front runners and that drained a lot of me, but I was able to hold strong for the rest of the race.”

Pastor posted a 15:46.25 on the muddy course.

Franklin easily won the team championship with 31 points.

Junior Matthew Engle and senior Diego Flores placed second and third in 16:04.89 and 16:20.54, junior Juan Leal was seventh in 16:51.01 and senior Denovan Estrada was eighth in 16:56.69      

Hanks senior Alejandro Tarin was fourth (16:22.89), Tornillo junior Daniel Romero was fifth (16:39.06), his senior teammate, Angel Torres was sixth (16:44.41), Coronado junior Edgar Valles was ninth in 16:57.66 and Parkland senior Michael Castorena had his second top 10 finish, placing tenth in 16:58.51.

“In terms of placement, first is always great but I’m not happy with the time,” Pastor said. “It could have been a lot faster; I could have pushed myself a little more. Even in these conditions there is always a little bit left. I needed the guys to push me, but I was out there by myself for most of the race.”

 Pastor, who finished 10th at state last year in 15:19.9, earning him All State honors, was named to the Texas Milesplit Preseason All State team on Friday.

“People tend to get comfortable once they run the time they want to,” he said. “Last year, I was gunning for (Alan) Culpepper’s school records. For the longest time, that was my motivation. But once I got them, I had to figure out what other carrot I could chase; what will motivate me and push me?”

Pastor set two new school records at the UIL Class 6A State Track and Field Championship his junior year – racing to a 9:03.83 in the 3,200 meters, and a blazing 4:11.34 in the 1,600 meters.

He is now focused on Bel Air’s Sergio Oaxaca’s 1,600 city record of 4:08.9 he set in 1980 and Eastwood’s Daniel Bernal’s 3200-meter city record of 8:54.21 he set in 2017.

“I’ve been setting my sights on either winning state or take both El Paso city distance records in track,” he said. “That’s what’s really motivating me.”

He said there is no greater motivator than fear.

“I’m really afraid of being bad, not improving or giving my best,” he said. “If you’re not going to give it your best, then why are you out here? There are times in workouts where we treat it as a race. There’s never been a workout where we go easy. Even on our easy pace, we’re going hard, we’re trying to outrace each other on the daily at practice and that breeds amazing competitive spirit. You always have something else to push for.”

High School Boy’s XC Poll: Week 1

Every Thursday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top boy’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 boys 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.

The San Elizario Eagles are ranked No. 2 in the state in Class 4A.

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The Troopers will start its season Saturday at the Canutillo Invitational at Canutillo Middle School. The Troopers are ranked No. 5 in Class 6A by the Texas Cross Country Coaches Association.

2. Franklin: The Cougars will begin the 2022 campaign Saturday at its own Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

3. Coronado: The T-Birds placed four runners in the top 10 and won the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park with 27 points. Senior Luis Pastor won the 2.7-mile race in 13:18.52 followed by junior Edgar Valles (fourth, 15:35.63),          junior Preston Eastman (fifth, 15:36.97), senior Sam Flores (seventh, 15:42.57) and junior Carlos Mendez (tenth, 15:54.01). The team will race at the Franklin Invitational Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

4. Pebble Hills:  Senior Omer Ibrahim did not race the Eastlake Invitational on Friday, but the Spartans still managed to win the event, placing all five scoring runners in the top 10. Ibrahim’s brother, sophomore Ameen Ibrahim, won his first individual title, racing to a 16:42.44. Senior Noah Castorena was second in 16:44.13 followed by sophomore Zach Rivas (seventh, 17:22.00), junior Robert Dickerson (ninth, 17:25.15) and Micah Lay (tenth, 17:31.18). The Spartans will race at the Franklin Invitational Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

5. San Elizario: The Eagles won the Clint Invitational placing three runners in the top 10. Senior Chris Moreno won the individual crown in 16:29.97 followed by junior Julian Guerra (third, 16:45.80) and junior Angel Maese (ninth, 18:12.10). The Eagles are ranked No. 2 in Class 4A by the Texas Cross Country Coaches Association. San Elizario will race at the Canutillo Invitational at Canutillo Middle School on Saturday.

6. Americas: The Trailblazers finished second at the Eastlake Invitational on Friday without placing a runner in the top 10. Its top two runners were junior Christian Hurtado who was 12th in 17:44.47 and Jacob Corral was 14th in 17:47.45. Americas will race at the Franklin Invitational Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

7. Cathedral:  The Irish did not run a full team at the Eastlake Invitational. However, seniors Jacob Noble was third in 16:51.73 and Elijah Noble was fourth in 16:52.88. Cathedral will race at the Canutillo Invitational at Canutillo Middle School on Saturday.

8. El Paso High: The Tigers finished six points behind Coronado at the Irvin Invitational with four runners in the top 10. Sophomore Miles Westbrook        was third in 15:21.48, sophomore Ulysses O’Rourke was sixth in 15:40.54, junior Leo    Valenzuela was eighth in 15:44.32 and junior Ayden Lugo was ninth in 15:46.44. The course measured the 2.7-miles. El Paso will be tested at the Franklin Invitational Saturday at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

9. Hanks: The Knights move up a spot after its second-place finish at Clint. Hanks had two runners finish in the top 11 – senior Alejandro Tarin was fourth in 16:50.00 and senior Angel Gomez was 11th in 18:54.65. Hanks will race at the loaded Franklin Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

10. Eastlake: The Falcon make its season debut in the top 10 after finishing third at its own Invitational. Its top runner was junior Diego Mota who finished 11th in 17:39.34. Eastlake will race at the Franklin Invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park.

Dropped out:  Chapin.

On the brink: Tornillo.

Pebble Hills sophomore Ameen Ibrahim won the Eastlake Invitational last week in 16:42.44

Top times (3 mile or 5K)

1, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 16:29.97 (Clint, 8/13).

2, Daniel Romero, Tornillo, 16:36.91 (Clint, 8/13).

3, Ameen Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 16:42.44 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

4, Noah Castorena, Pebble Hills, 16:44.13 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

5, Julian Guerra, San Elizario, 16:45.80 (Clint, 8/13).

6, Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 16:50.00 (Clint, 8/13).

7, Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 16:51.73 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

8, Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 16:52.88 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

9, Seth Truax, Chapin, 17:03.07 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

10, Matthew, Guerra, Burges, 17:12.41 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

11, Zachary Rivas, Pebble Hills, 17:22.00 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

12, Braulio Torres, Chapin, 17:23.46 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

13, Robert Dickerson, Pebble Hills, 17:25.15 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

14, Israel Quintana, Immanuel, 17:30.22 (Clint, 8/13).

15, Micha Lay, Pebble Hills, 17:31.18 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

16, Diego Mota, Eastlake, 17:39.34 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

17, Christian Hurtado, Americas, 17:44.47 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

18, Cesar Ruiz, Del Valle, 17:45.32 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

19, Jacob Corral, Americas, 17:47.45 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

20, Jorge Soto, Pebble Hills, 17:49.42 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

21, Martin Sanchez, Montwood, 17:56.54 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

22, Jacob Martinez, Americas, 17:56.85 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

23, Francisco Reyes, Jefferson, 17:57.20 (Blackie Chesher, 8/12).

24, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 18:00.98 (Clint, 8/13).

25, Edward Robledo-Gonzales, Mt. View, 18:08.79 (Clint, 8/13).

Parkland’s Michael Castorena is one the top returning runners. He finished second at the Irvin Invitational.

Power Rankings

1, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 10 (1).

1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 10 (1).

1, Ameen Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 10 (1).

4, Noah Castorena, Pebble Hills, 9.

4, Michael Castorena, Parkland, 9.

4, Daniel Romero, Tornillo, 9.

7, Jacob Noble, Cathedral, 8.

7, Miles Westbrook, El Paso, 8.

7, Julian Guerra, San Elizario, 8.

10, Elijah Noble, Cathedral, 7.

10, Edgar Valles, Coronado, 7.

10, Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 7.

Seth Truax, Chapin, 6.

Preston Eastman, Coronado, 6.

Israel Quintana, Immanuel, 6.

Angel Torres, Tornillo, 5.

Matthew, Guerra, Burges, 5.

Ulysses O’Rourke, El Paso, 5.

Zachary Rivas, Pebble Hills, 4.

Sam Flores, Coronado, 4.

Edward Robledo-Gonzales, Mt. View, 4.

Braulio Torres, Chapin, 3.

Leo Valenzuela, El Paso, 3.

Leonardo Resendez, Bel Air, 3.

Robert Dickerson, Pebble Hills, 2.

Angel Maese, San Elizario, 2.

Ayden Lugo, El Paso, 2.

Micha Lay, Pebble Hills, 1.

Carlos Mendez, Coronado, 1.

William Potter, Bel Air, 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 Boys XC Preseason Poll 2022

Every Thursday, El Paso Running will utilize a point system to highlight El Paso’s top boy’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 boys race times and the meets and dates that they occurred.

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

Eastwood will rely on seniors Joaquin Chavez and Anthony Casillas this season.

This week’s schedule

Eastlake Invitational: 8 a.m., Friday, Aug. 12 at Blackie Chesher Park. 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.

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.

Pebble Hills senior Omer Ibrahim returns after finishing eighth in 15:17.3 at the UIL Class 6A Championship.

Top 10

1. Eastwood: The Troopers won its fifth consecutive state medal winning bronze in Class 6A in 2021. The team lost five of its top five runners including Andres Gurrola and Isaac Mendoza who had top 20 finishes at state.  Eastwood will rely on seniors Joaquin Chavez and Anthony Casillas, its No. 6 and No. 7 runners from last year.  The Troopers might not have a front runner this season, but they will have a lot of depth which could lead to a sixth straight trip to state. They will start the season at the Clint Invitational on Saturday.

2. Franklin: After gaining valuable experience at the Region 1, Class 6A Championship last year, the Cougars will be a force to be reckoned with in 2022. The team returns six runners from that team – seniors Diego Flores, Austen Percifull, Denovan Estrada and Ria Lopez, and juniors Matthew Engle and Juan Leal. Joining the varsity this year are juniors Juan Leal and Adan Castillo. Franklin will start its season next week at its own invitational at Mary Frances Keisling Park..

3. Coronado: The T-Birds are primed to have a special year with senior Luis Pastor, who earned All-State honors last year in the Class 6A State Championship, finishing 10th in 15:19.9. The team will return four of its top seven runners including Pastor, seniors Sam Flores and Sam Breceda and junior Carlos Mendez. Two other juniors, Edgar Valles and Cathedral transfer Preston Arnett, are battling it out for the No. 2 runner for the T-Birds. Watch out for Coronado as they attempt to qualify to regionals. Coronado starts the season Friday at the Irvin Invitational at Skyline Park.

4. Pebble Hills:  Omer Ibrahim returns for his senior year after finishing eighth in 15:17.3 at the UIL Class 6A Championship.  Four of its top five will return including Ibrahim, senior Noah Castorena, sophomore Ameen Ibrahim and junior Robert Dickerson. Watch for sophomores Zach Rivas and Pablo Corral to provide depth. The team will race at the Eastlake Invitational on Friday.

5. San Elizario: The Eagles defended its Class 4A UIL state championship – its sixth championship in eight years in 2021.  Senior Chris Moreno was state runner-up finishing in 15:45.8. Also returning are juniors Julián Guerra and Ángel Maese. As in every season, San Elizario will start of slow and build up for championship season. They will race at the Clint Invitational.

6. Americas: The Trailblazers finished sixth at the Region 1-6A Meet. Gone are Americas top two runners Jared Laverty and Carmelo Corral who made it to state in 2021. Americas looks to rebuild with only two of its top seven returning – seniors Stefan Alvarez and Rene Renteria. Junior Christian Hurtado will make a solid third runner. Americas will count on a pair of sophomores and a freshman to fill out its top seven.

7. Cathedral:  The Irish finished with a bronze medal at the TAPPS State Championship in 2021. Seniors Elijah Noble (eighth at state in 17:08.50) Jacob Noble (12th at stat in 17:22.3) will be the front runners for the Irish. The rebuilding begins Friday at the Eastlake Invitational.

8. El Paso High: The Tigers had a solid summer of training.The team was on the brink of cracking the top 10 every week in 2021 This year, they begin the season as one of the top programs in the city. The team is led by juniors Leo Valenzuela and Ayden Lugo. Expect big things from sophomores Ulysses O’Rourke and Miles Westbrook. El Paso High looks to return to the Region 1-5A Championship. The team will race at the Irvin Invitational on Friday.

9. Chapin: The Huskies return four of its top five runners from a team that advanced to the Region 1-5A championship. Junior Seth Truax leads the charge along with sophomore Braulio Torres and junior Dauntae Herrera. Senior Adriel Lira will also be counted on heavily. Chapin will be tested early at the Eastlake Invitational on Friday.

10. Hanks: The Knights have three runners returning from its regional qualifying team including senior Alejandro Tarin. Tarin advanced to state and finished 27th in 16:05.6.  Seniors Angel Gomez and Andres Garcia also return. The Knights will need to find suitable fourth and fifth runners to qualify for regionals again this season. Hanks start the start Friday at the Eastlake Invitational.

Dropped out:  None.

On the brink: None.

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.

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

There were 4 city best times and marks set at the State Championships.

Coronado junior Luis Pastor set two new school records at the UIL Class 6A State Championship – 9:03.83 in 3,200 meters and 4:11.34 in the 1,600.

Coronado junior Luis Pastor set two new school records at the UIL Class 6A State Championship. The first in the 3,200 meters (9:03.83) where he finished fourth, and in the 1,600 meters with a blazing4:11.34 to finish fifth. Pastor’s 1,600 time is second all-time in El Paso right behind Bel Air’s Sergio Oaxaca. Oaxaca ran a 4:08.9 in 1980. Coronado’s school records were held by Alan Culpepper.

Pebble Hills junior Omer Ibrahim set a personal best 1:51.8 in the 800 meters to earn silver at the UIL Class 6A State Championship.

Eastlake senior Logan Villalva hit a personal best discus throw of162 feet, 10 inches to finish fifth in the Class 6A State Championship.

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

Tornillo junior Angel Torres won the schools first gold medal in school history winning the UIL Class 3A State Championship in the 1,600 in 4:16.84, a personal best time.

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Caleb Emery, Eastlake, 55-feet, 10 inches; 2, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 54-2.5; 3, Jacob Morales, Burges, 46-5; 3, Paul Arvizu, Montwood, 46-5; 5, Xavier Johnson, Hanks, 46-3; 6, Joshua Gonzalez, Burges, 46-2; 7, Ricardo Nierra, Montwood, 45-4.5; 8, Kole Pellerito, Pebble Hills, 44-10; 9, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 44-7.5; 10, Alex Padilla, Montwood, 44-5.

Discus: 1, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 162 feet, 10 inches; 2, Andrew Duarte, Andress, 166-7; 3, Kole Pellerito, Pebble Hills, 158-0; 4, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 150-8; 5, Robert Powell, Franklin, 147-11; 6, John Knutson, Irvin, 145-0; 7, Aaron Salcido, Canutillo, 145-0; 8, Xavier Johnson, Hanks, 144-10; 9, Bradley Phillips, Montwood, 141-1; 10, Jeremy Duran, Del Valle, 140-10.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 7 inches; 2, Johnathan Leggett, Bel Air, 6-4; 3, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 6-1; 3, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-1; 5, Damien Plasencio, Bel Air, 6-0; 5, William McLilly, Montwood, 6-0; 5, Nick Garcia, Franklin, 6-0; 8, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 5-10.5; 9, Daniel Webb, Irvin, 5-10; 9, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-10; 9, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 5-10; 9, Adrian Juarez, Americas, 5-10; 9, Jeremiah Cooper, Andress, 5-10; 9, Gabriel Arreola, El Paso, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Mont Packer, Franklin, 14-feet, 0 inches; 2, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 13-9; 3, Owen Levesque, Coronado, 13-0; 4, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 12-7; 5, Andres Cardoza, San Elizario, 12-1; 6, Joaquin Hickey, Franklin, 12-0; 6, Cypress Lopez, Canutillo, 12-0; 6, Jesus Guerrero, Mt. View, 12-0; 6, Jayden Bustillos, Riverside, 12-0; 10, Diego Constantino, Bel Air, 11-9.

Long jump: 1, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 22 feet, 9.25; 2, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 22-7; 3, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 22-4; 4, Uriah Olivas, Franklin 22-2.5; 5, Jose Guardado, Riverside, Riverside, 21-9.5; 6, Josh Edwards, Eastlake, 21-8.25; 7, Max Mancilla, Eastwood, 21-7.5; 8, Oscar Martinez, Bel Air, 21-5.75; 9, Donovan Melendez, Andress, 21-1.75; 10, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 21-1.

Triple jump: 1, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 45-feet, 10.25 inches; 2, David Ramirez, El Paso, 43-10.5; 3, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 43-8.5; 4, Malachi Proctor, Burges, 43-8.75; 5, Donovan Melendez, Andress, 43-1.75; 6, George Garcia, Eastwood, 42-8; 7, Ramon Laguana, Eastwood, 42-5.5; 8, Cameron Harrelson, Montwood, 42-5; 9, Alex Villegas, El Dorado, 42-0.5; 10, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 42-0.

Pebble Hills junior Omer Ibrahim won the Class 6A UIL State Championship in the 800, racing to a personal best 1:51.8. It is the school’s first state medal ever.

Running Events

100 meters: 1, Jeremiah Cooper, Andress, 10.65; 2, Jordan Morales, Franklin, 10.76; 3, Mathew Polk, Chapin, 10.87; 3, Charlie Bass, Andress, 10.87; 5, Lincoln Jurado, Parkland, 10.92; 6, Beau Sparks, Franklin, 11.07; 7, James Hadnot, Pebble Hills, 11.09; 8, Noah Vick, Franklin, 11.10; 9, Jalile Bost, Pebble Hills, 11.11; 10, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.12.

200 meters: 1, Mathew Polk, Chapin, 21.31; 2, Charlie Bass, Andress, 21.54; 3, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 22.38; 4, Lincoln Jurado, Parkland, 22.48; 5, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 22.63; 6, Andrew Felix, Del Valle, 22.68; 7, Jeron Harden, El Dorado, 22.75; 8, Javier Martinez, Eastlake, 22.80; 9, Edwin Harden, El Dorado, 22.87; 10, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 22.88.

400 meters: 1, George Garcia, Eastwood, 48.90; 2, Isaiah Harthorne, Canutillo, 50.15; 3, Rai Lopez, Franklin, 50.17; 4, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 50.33; 5, Michael Anderson, Canutillo, 50.39; 6, Reyxevier Monsivais, Montwood, 50.87; 7, Sebastian Aguayo, Coronado, 50.97; 8, Albert Sanchez, Hanks, 51.02; 8; 9, Uzziel Vasquez, Bel Air, 51.13; 10, Isaac Romero, Franklin, 51.33.

800 meters: 1,Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 1:51.8; 2, Jared Laverty, Amercias, 1:52.24;3, Rai Lopez, Franklin, 1:56.15; 4, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 1:56.29; 5, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 1:56.31; 6, Aaron Saenz, Americas, 1:56.76; 7, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 1:57.77; 8, Seth Truax, Chapin, 1:57.81; 9, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 1:57.92; 10, Israel David, Eastlake, 1:58.02.

1,600 meters: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:11.34; 2, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:16.03; 3, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 4:16.17; 4, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 4:16.84; 5, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:18.3; 6, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:19.00; 7, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 4:22.67; 8, Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 4:23.37; 9, Diego Flores, Franklin, 4:24.6; 10, Aaron Saenz, Americas, 4:24.43.

3,200 meters: 1, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:03.83; 2, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 9:15.13; 3, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 9:21.88; 4, Matthew Engle, Franklin, 9:24.18; 5, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9:31.57; 6, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 9:32.10; 7, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:33.32; 8, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9:33.74; 9, Denovan Estrada, Franklin, 9:41.28; 10, Diego Flores, Franklin, 9:43.90.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 14.74; 2, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 14.78; 3, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 14.99; 4, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 15.19;5, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 15.37; 6, Josh Edwards, Eastlake, 15.50;7, Kyler Lewis, Chapin, 15.52; 8, Diego Sanchez, Eastwood, 15.74; 9, Jayden Terrell Scott, Pebble Hills, 15.79; 10, Noah Vick, Franklin, 15.86.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 38.72; 2, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 39.21; 3, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 39.49; 4, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 39.61; 5, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 40.22; 6, Isai Aguilar, Socorro, 40.28; 7, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 40.81;

8, Kyler Lewis, Chapin, 40.98; 9, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 41.20; 10, Maury Carreto, Franklin, 41.37.

400-meter relay: 1, Andress (Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz), 41.70; 2, Franklin (Beau Sparks, Julian Mars, Noah Vick, Jordan Morales), 41.96; 3, Parkland (Kaleb Martinez, Demarion Crest daniels, Joseph Gomez Whitten, Lincoln Jurado), 42.10; 4, Chapin (Dylan Sims, Jacob Staggs, Yoshua Yhisreal, Mathew Polk), 42.47; 5, Eastwood (George Garcia, Joe Meza, Jay Acuna, Andrew Martinez), 42.59; 6, Riverside (Tristan Lopez, Angel Munoz, Francisco Luna, Jose Guardado), 43.09; 7, Horizon (Ernie Garcia, Ezequiel Bonilla, Aaron Sigala, Adrian Parra), 43.15; 8, Pebble Hills (Amari Deion Welch, Jalile Bost, Noah Sanchez, Craig Collins), 43.16; 9, Del Valle (Andrew Felix, Raymon Riddick, Jorge Hernandez Facio, Joshua Keough), 43.19; 10, Montwood (Victor Arellano, Seth Salas, Ceasar Alvarado, Christian Saenz), 43.29.

800-meter relay: 1, Andress (Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz), 1:27.15; 2, Franklin (Beau Sparks, Julian Mars, Noah Vick, Jordan Morales), 1:28.68; 3, Montwood (Victor Arellano, Yamil Oaxaca, Seth Salas, Christian Saenz), 1:29.53; 4, Parkland (Kaleb Martinez, Demarion Crest daniels, Isaiah Beasley, Lincoln Jurado), 1:29.61; 5, El Dorado (Dezmond Gonzalez, Edwin Harden, Alan Martinez, Devin Rubio), 1:30.28; 6, Chapin (Justin Yhisreal, Julian Bailey, Jacob Staggs, Mathew Polk), 1:30.65; 7, Bel Air (Uzziel Vasquez, Christian Baxter, Max Rodriguez, Josh Salazar), 1:31.20; 8, Pebble Hills (Charles Wellenreuther, Isaiah Bryant, Amari Deion Welch, Jalile Bost), 1:31.21; 9, Eastwood (George Garcia, Alexis Amaya, Andrew Martinez, Max Mancilla), 1:31.22; 10, Del Valle (Jorge Hernandez Facio, Mark Romero, Raymon Riddick, Joshua Keough), 1:31.43.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin (Ethan Perea, Isaac Romero, Jordan Morales, Rai Lopez), 3:23.33; 2, Canutillo (Isaiah Harthorne, Michael Anderson, Damian Solis, Omar Rivera), 3:25.09; 3, Montwood (Ceasar Alvarado, Rayxevier Monsivais, Yamil Oaxaca, Victor Arellano), 3:25.28; 4, Eastwood, 3:26.01; 5, Bel Air (Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia, Noah Moreno, Uzziel Vasquez), 3:27.09; 6, Coronado (Pablo Pedraza, Sam Breceda, Jason Nevarez, Sebastian Aguayo), 3:28.91; 7, Eastlake, 3:29.01; 8, Andress (Giovon Hermosillo, Donovan Melendez, Shawn Owens, Elijah Munoz), 3:29.02; 9, Americas (Jared Laverty, Evan Avitia, Jadyn Butters, Aaron Saenz), 3:29.21; 10, Pebble Hills, 3:29.52;

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.

Boy’s Track and Field Top 10 Times and Distances: Week 11

There were 6 city best times and marks set at the Regional Championships.

Andress senior Jeremiah Cooper picked up a personal best 10.65 in the 100 meters at the Region 1-5A Championship.

Chapin senior Mathew Polk set a personal best time of 21.31 in the 200 meters at the Region 1-5A Championship.

El Dorado junior Dezmond Gonzalez nailed a personal best22 feet, 9.25 inches in the long jump at the Region 1-5A Championship.

The Andress 800-meter relay team of Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz raced to a1:27.15 and finished fourth at the Regio 1-5A Championship.

The Franklin 1,600-meter relay team of Ethan Perea, Isaac Romero, Jordan Morales and Rai Lopez raced to a 3:23.33 to finish seventh at the Region 1-6A Championship.

Riverside junior Angel Munoz set a personal best mark of 45-feet, 10.25 inches in the triple jump to win the Region 1-4A Championship.

Tornillo’s Angel Torres will be the first El Paso area runner to hit the track at the UIL State Track and Field Championship Thursday – first at 8:15 a.m. (3,200 meters) and then at 6:50 p.m. in the 1,600.

UIL State Championship

All events at Mike A. Myers Track & Soccer Stadium on the campus of the University of Texas.

Thursday, May 12 (Class 3A)

8:15 a.m. – Angel Torres, Tornillo, 3,200 meters.

6:50 p.m. – Angel Torres, Tornillo, 1,600 meters.

Thursday, May 12 (Class 4A)

8:45 a.m. – Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 3,200 meters.

9:45 a.m. – Angel Munoz, Riverside, long jump.

1:45 p.m. – Angel Munoz, Riverside, triple jump.

4:20 p.m. – Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 800 meters.

6:10 p.m. – Angel Munoz, Riverside, 300-meter hurdles.

6:50 p.m. – Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 1,600 meters.

San Elizario junior Chris Moreno will run in the Class 4A 800, 1,600 and 3,200 on Thursday.

Friday, May 13 (Class 5A)

8 a.m. – Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, high jump.

2 p.m. – Andrew Duarte, Andress, discus.

6:55 p.m. – Charlie Bass, Andress, 200-meter dash.

Americas senior Jared Laverty and Pebble Hills junior Omer Ibrahim will race in the Class 6A 800-meter race on Saturday night.

Saturday, May 14 (Class 6A)

8:45 a.m. – Luis Pastor, Coronado, 3,200 meters.

2 p.m. – Logan Villalva, Eastlake, discus.

4:20 p.m. – Jared Laverty, Americas, 800 meters.

4:20 p.m. – Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills,800 meters.

6:50 p.m. – Luis Pastor, Coronado, 1,600 meters.

Here the top 10 track and field male athletes in each track and field event after week 11:

Eastlake’s Logan Villalva is making his first state appearance. He was the Region 1-6A champion in the discus.

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Caleb Emery, Eastlake, 55-feet, 10 inches; 2, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 54-2.5; 3, Jacob Morales, Burges, 46-5; 3, Paul Arvizu, Montwood, 46-5; 5, Xavier Johnson, Hanks, 46-3; 6, Joshua Gonzalez, Burges, 46-2; 7, Ricardo Nierra, Montwood, 45-4.5; 8, Kole Pellerito, Pebble Hills, 44-10; 9, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 44-7.5; 10, Alex Padilla, Montwood, 44-5.

Discus: 1, Andrew Duarte, Andress, 166 feet, 7-inches; 2, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 162-1; 3, Kole Pellerito, Pebble Hills, 158-0; 4, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 150-8; 5, Robert Powell, Franklin, 147-11; 6, John Knutson, Irvin, 145-0; 7, Aaron Salcido, Canutillo, 145-0; 8, Xavier Johnson, Hanks, 144-10; 9, Bradley Phillips, Montwood, 141-1; 10, Jeremy Duran, Del Valle, 140-10.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 7 inches; 2, Johnathan Leggett, Bel Air, 6-4; 3, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 6-1; 3, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-1; 5, Damien Plasencio, Bel Air, 6-0; 5, William McLilly, Montwood, 6-0; 5, Nick Garcia, Franklin, 6-0; 8, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 5-10.5; 9, Daniel Webb, Irvin, 5-10; 9, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-10; 9, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 5-10; 9, Adrian Juarez, Americas, 5-10; 9, Jeremiah Cooper, Andress, 5-10; 9, Gabriel Arreola, El Paso, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Mont Packer, Franklin, 14-feet, 0 inches; 2, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 13-9; 3, Owen Levesque, Coronado, 13-0; 4, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 12-7; 5, Andres Cardoza, San Elizario, 12-1; 6, Joaquin Hickey, Franklin, 12-0; 6, Cypress Lopez, Canutillo, 12-0; 6, Jesus Guerrero, Mt. View, 12-0; 6, Jayden Bustillos, Riverside, 12-0; 10, Diego Constantino, Bel Air, 11-9.

Long jump: 1, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 22 feet, 9.25; 2, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 22-7; 3, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 22-4; 4, Uriah Olivas, Franklin 22-2.5; 5, Jose Guardado, Riverside, Riverside, 21-9.5; 6, Josh Edwards, Eastlake, 21-8.25; 7, Max Mancilla, Eastwood, 21-7.5; 8, Oscar Martinez, Bel Air, 21-5.75; 9, Donovan Melendez, Andress, 21-1.75; 10, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 21-1.

Triple jump: 1, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 45-feet, 10.25 inches; 2, David Ramirez, El Paso, 43-10.5; 3, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 43-8.5; 4, Malachi Proctor, Burges, 43-8.75; 5, Donovan Melendez, Andress, 43-1.75; 6, George Garcia, Eastwood, 42-8; 7, Ramon Laguana, Eastwood, 42-5.5; 8, Cameron Harrelson, Montwood, 42-5; 9, Alex Villegas, El Dorado, 42-0.5; 10, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 42-0.

Coronado junior Luis Pastor will race the 3,200-meter run at 8:45 a.m. on Saturday and return to run the mile at 6:50 p.m.

Running Events

100 meters: 1, Jeremiah Cooper, Andress, 10.65; 2, Jordan Morales, Franklin, 10.76; 3, Mathew Polk, Chapin, 10.87; 3, Charlie Bass, Andress, 10.87; 5, Lincoln Jurado, Parkland, 10.92; 6, Beau Sparks, Franklin, 11.07; 7, James Hadnot, Pebble Hills, 11.09; 8, Noah Vick, Franklin, 11.10; 9, Jalile Bost, Pebble Hills, 11.11; 10, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.12.

200 meters: 1, Mathew Polk, Chapin, 21.31; 2, Charlie Bass, Andress, 21.54; 3, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 22.38; 4, Lincoln Jurado, Parkland, 22.48; 5, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 22.63; 6, Andrew Felix, Del Valle, 22.68; 7, Jeron Harden, El Dorado, 22.75; 8, Javier Martinez, Eastlake, 22.80; 9, Edwin Harden, El Dorado, 22.87; 10, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 22.88.

400 meters: 1, George Garcia, Eastwood, 48.90; 2, Isaiah Harthorne, Canutillo, 50.15; 3, Rai Lopez, Franklin, 50.17; 4, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 50.33; 5, Michael Anderson, Canutillo, 50.39; 6, Reyxevier Monsivais, Montwood, 50.87; 7, Sebastian Aguayo, Coronado, 50.97; 8, Albert Sanchez, Hanks, 51.02; 8; 9, Uzziel Vasquez, Bel Air, 51.13; 10, Isaac Romero, Franklin, 51.33.

800 meters: 1, Jared Laverty, Amercias, 1:52.24;2,Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 1:54.42; 3, Rai Lopez, Franklin, 1:56.15; 4, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 1:56.29; 5, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 1:56.31; 6, Aaron Saenz, Americas, 1:56.76; 7, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 1:57.77; 8, Seth Truax, Chapin, 1:57.81; 9, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 1:57.92; 10, Israel David, Eastlake, 1:58.02.

1,600 meters: 1, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:16.03; 2, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 4:16.17; 3, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:16.25; 4, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:18.3; 5, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:19.00; 6, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 4:22.67; 7, Alejandro Tarin, Hanks, 4:23.37; 8, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 4:24.12; 9, Diego Flores, Franklin, 4:24.6; 10, Aaron Saenz, Americas, 4:24.43.

3,200 meters: 1, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 9:15.13; 2, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:16.49; 3, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 9:21.88; 4, Matthew Engle, Franklin, 9:24.18; 5, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9:31.57; 6, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 9:32.10; 7, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:33.32; 8, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9:34.70; 9, Denovan Estrada, Franklin, 9:41.28; 10, Diego Flores, Franklin, 9:43.90.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 14.74; 2, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 14.78; 3, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 14.99; 4, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 15.19;5, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 15.37; 6, Josh Edwards, Eastlake, 15.50;7, Kyler Lewis, Chapin, 15.52; 8, Diego Sanchez, Eastwood, 15.74; 9, Jayden Terrell Scott, Pebble Hills, 15.79; 10, Noah Vick, Franklin, 15.86.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 38.72; 2, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 39.21; 3, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 39.49; 4, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 39.61; 5, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 40.22; 6, Isai Aguilar, Socorro, 40.28; 7, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 40.81;8, Kyler Lewis, Chapin, 40.98; 9, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 41.20; 10, Maury Carreto, Franklin, 41.37.

400-meter relay: 1, Andress (Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz), 41.70; 2, Franklin (Beau Sparks, Julian Mars, Noah Vick, Jordan Morales), 41.96; 3, Parkland (Kaleb Martinez, Demarion Crest daniels, Joseph Gomez Whitten, Lincoln Jurado), 42.10; 4, Chapin (Dylan Sims, Jacob Staggs, Yoshua Yhisreal, Mathew Polk), 42.47; 5, Eastwood (George Garcia, Joe Meza, Jay Acuna, Andrew Martinez), 42.59; 6, Riverside (Tristan Lopez, Angel Munoz, Francisco Luna, Jose Guardado), 43.09; 7, Horizon (Ernie Garcia, Ezequiel Bonilla, Aaron Sigala, Adrian Parra), 43.15; 8, Pebble Hills (Amari Deion Welch, Jalile Bost, Noah Sanchez, Craig Collins), 43.16; 9, Del Valle (Andrew Felix, Raymon Riddick, Jorge Hernandez Facio, Joshua Keough), 43.19; 10, Montwood (Victor Arellano, Seth Salas, Ceasar Alvarado, Christian Saenz), 43.29.

800-meter relay: 1, Andress (Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz), 1:27.15; 2, Franklin (Beau Sparks, Julian Mars, Noah Vick, Jordan Morales), 1:28.68; 3, Montwood (Victor Arellano, Yamil Oaxaca, Seth Salas, Christian Saenz), 1:29.53; 4, Parkland (Kaleb Martinez, Demarion Crest daniels, Isaiah Beasley, Lincoln Jurado), 1:29.61; 5, El Dorado (Dezmond Gonzalez, Edwin Harden, Alan Martinez, Devin Rubio), 1:30.28; 6, Chapin (Justin Yhisreal, Julian Bailey, Jacob Staggs, Mathew Polk), 1:30.65; 7, Bel Air (Uzziel Vasquez, Christian Baxter, Max Rodriguez, Josh Salazar), 1:31.20; 8, Pebble Hills (Charles Wellenreuther, Isaiah Bryant, Amari Deion Welch, Jalile Bost), 1:31.21; 9, Eastwood (George Garcia, Alexis Amaya, Andrew Martinez, Max Mancilla), 1:31.22; 10, Del Valle (Jorge Hernandez Facio, Mark Romero, Raymon Riddick, Joshua Keough), 1:31.43.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin (Ethan Perea, Isaac Romero, Jordan Morales, Rai Lopez), 3:23.33; 2, Canutillo (Isaiah Harthorne, Michael Anderson, Damian Solis, Omar Rivera), 3:25.09; 3, Montwood (Ceasar Alvarado, Rayxevier Monsivais, Yamil Oaxaca, Victor Arellano), 3:25.28; 4, Eastwood, 3:26.01; 5, Bel Air (Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia, Noah Moreno, Uzziel Vasquez), 3:27.09; 6, Coronado (Pablo Pedraza, Sam Breceda, Jason Nevarez, Sebastian Aguayo), 3:28.91; 7, Eastlake, 3:29.01; 8, Andress (Giovon Hermosillo, Donovan Melendez, Shawn Owens, Elijah Munoz), 3:29.02; 9, Americas (Jared Laverty, Evan Avitia, Jadyn Butters, Aaron Saenz), 3:29.21; 10, Pebble Hills, 3:29.52;

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

There were 9 city best times and marks set at the Area Championships.

Andress senior Jeremiah Cooper picked up a personal best 10.76 in the 100 meters to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship. Franklin sophomore Jordan Morales, ran the exact same time and also had a personal best to win the Class 6A District 1&2 Area Championship.

Eastwood senior George Garcia set a personal best 48.90 in the 400 meters to win the Class 6A District 1&2 Area Championship.

The Andress 400-meter relay team of Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz) raced to a 41.70 to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship.

The Andress 800-meter relay team of Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz raced to a1:27.73 to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship.

The Franklin 1,600-meter relay team of Ethan Perea, Isaac Romero, Jordan Morales and  Rai Lopez raced to a 3:23.84 to finish second at the Class 6A District 1&2 Area Championship.

Horizon junior Ricardo Leyva set a personal best in the high jumpto win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship with a jump of 6 feet, 7 inches.

Parkland junior Demarion Crest Daniels set a personal best in the long jump to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship with a jump of 22 feet, 7 inches.

Riverside junior Angel Munoz set a personal best mark of 44.11.25 in the triple jump to win the Class 4A 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.

Horizon junior Ricardo Leyva set a personal best in the high jump to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship with a jump of 6 feet, 7 inches. Photo/Prep1

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 male athletes in each track and field event after week 10:

Horizon junior Ricardo Leyva set a personal best in the high jump to win the Class 5A District 1&2 Area Championship with a jump of 6 feet, 7 inches. Photo/Prep1

Field Events

Shot put: 1, Caleb Emery, Eastlake, 55-feet, 10 inches; 2, Gabriel Olivas, Pebble Hills, 53-0.5; 3, Jacob Morales, Burges, 46-5; 3, Paul Arvizu, Montwood, 46-5; 5, Xavier Johnson, Hanks, 46-3; 6, Joshua Gonzalez, Burges, 46-2; 7, Ricardo Nierra, Montwood, 45-4.5; 8, Kole Pellerito, Pebble Hills, 44-10; 9, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 44-7.5; 10, Alex Padilla, Montwood, 44-5.

Discus: 1, Andrew Duarte, Andress, 166 feet, 7-inches; 2, Logan Villalva, Eastlake, 162-1; 3, Kole Pellerito, Pebble Hills, 158-0; 4, Elijah Munoz, Andress, 150-8; 5, Robert Powell, Franklin, 147-11; 6, John Knutson, Irvin, 145-0; 7, Aaron Salcido, Canutillo, 145-0; 8, Xavier Johnson, Hanks, 144-10; 9, Bradley Phillips, Montwood, 141-1; 10, Jeremy Duran, Del Valle, 140-10.

High jump: 1, Ricardo Leyva, Horizon, 6 feet, 7 inches; 2, Johnathan Leggett, Bel Air, 6-4; 3, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 6-1; 3, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 6-1; 5, Damien Plasencio, Bel Air, 6-0; 5, William McLilly, Montwood, 6-0; 5, Nick Garcia, Franklin, 6-0; 8, Adrian Parra, Horizon, 5-10.5; 9, Daniel Webb, Irvin, 5-10; 9, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 5-10; 9, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 5-10; 9, Adrian Juarez, Americas, 5-10; 9, Jeremiah Cooper, Andress, 5-10; 9, Gabriel Arreola, El Paso, 5-10.

Pole vault: 1, Mont Packer, Franklin, 14-feet, 0 inches; 2, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 13-9; 3, Owen Levesque, Coronado, 13-0; 4, Connor Bryant, Montwood, 12-7; 5, Andres Cardoza, San Elizario, 12-1; 6, Joaquin Hickey, Franklin, 12-0; 6, Cypress Lopez, Canutillo, 12-0; 6, Jesus Guerrero, Mt. View, 12-0; 6, Jayden Bustillos, Riverside, 12-0; 10, Diego Constantino, Bel Air, 11-9.

Long jump: 1, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 22 feet, 7 inches; 2, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 22-4; 3, Uriah Olivas, Franklin 22-2.5; 4, Jose Guardado, Riverside, Riverside, 21-9.5; 5, Max Mancilla, Eastwood, 21-7.5; 6, Dezmond Gonzalez, El Dorado, 21-7; 7, Oscar Martinez, Bel Air, 21-5.75; 8, Donovan Melendez, Andress, 21-1.75; 9, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 21-1; 9, Josh Edwards, Eastlake, 21-1.

Triple jump: 1, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 44.11.25: 2, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 43-8.5; 3, Donovan Melendez, Andress, 43-1.75; 4, George Garcia, Eastwood, 42-8; 5, Ramon Laguana, Eastwood, 42-5.5; 6, Cameron Harrelson, Montwood, 42-5; 7, David Ramirez, El Paso, 42-3.5; 8, Malachi Proctor, Burges, 42-1; 9, Alex Villegas, El Dorado, 42-0.5; 10, Misael Alarcon, San Elizario, 42-0.

Running Events

100 meters: 1, Jeremiah Cooper, Andress, 10.76; 1, Jordan Morales, Franklin, 10.76; 3, Mathew Polk, Chapin, 10.87; 3, Charlie Bass, Andress, 10.87; 5, Lincoln Jurado, Parkland, 10.92; 6, Beau Sparks, Franklin, 11.07; 7, James Hadnot, Pebble Hills, 11.09; 8, Noah Vick, Franklin, 11.10; 9, Jalile Bost, Pebble Hills, 11.11; 10, Malachi Do, Andress, 11.12.

200 meters: 1, Charlie Bass, Andress, 21.75; 2, Mathew Polk, Chapin, 21.83; 3, Demarion Crest Daniels, Parkland, 22.38; 4, Lincoln Jurado, Parkland, 22.48; 5, Fabian Talavera, Americas, 22.63; 6, Andrew Felix, Del Valle, 22.68; 7, Jeron Harden, El Dorado, 22.75; 8, Javier Martinez, Eastlake, 22.80; 9, Edwin Harden, El Dorado, 22.87; 10, Yamil Oaxaca, Montwood, 22.88.

400 meters: 1, George Garcia, Eastwood, 48.90; 2, Rai Lopez, Franklin, 50.17; 3, Isaiah Harthorne, Canutillo, 50.18; 4, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 50.37; 5, Reyxevier Monsivais, Montwood, 50.87; 6, Sebastian Aguayo, Coronado, 50.97; 7, Albert Sanchez, Hanks, 51.02; 8, Michael Anderson, Canutillo, 51.04; 9, Uzziel Vasquez, Bel Air, 51.13; 10, Isaac Romero, Franklin, 51.33.

800 meters: 1, Jared Laverty, Amercias, 1:52.24;2,Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 1:55.06; 3, Rai Lopez, Franklin, 1:56.15; 4, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 1:56.29; 5, Aaron Saenz, Americas, 1:56.76; 6, Chris Moreno, San Elizario, 1:56.82; 7, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 1:57.77; 8, Seth Truax, Chapin, 1:57.81; 9, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 1:57.92; 10, Israel David, Eastlake, 1:58.02.

1,600 meters: 1, Israel David, Eastlake, 4:16.03; 2, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 4:16.17; 3, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 4:16.41; 4, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 4:18.3; 5, Jared Laverty, Americas, 4:19.00; 6, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 4:23.23; 7, Diego Flores, Franklin, 4:24.6; 8, Aaron Saenz, Eastwood, 4:24.43; 9, Victor Anchondo, Eastwood, 4:24.45; 10, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 4:24.90.

3,200 meters: 1, Andres Gurrola, Eastwood, 9:15.13; 2, Luis Pastor, Coronado, 9:18.73; 3, Omer Ibrahim, Pebble Hills, 9:21.88; 4, Matthew Engle, Franklin, 9:24.18; 5, Isaac Mendoza, Eastwood, 9:31.57; 6, Israel David, Eastlake, 9:33.32; 7, Angel Torres, Tornillo, 9:34.70; 8, Carmelo Corral, Americas, 9:35.44; 9, Denovan Estrada, Franklin, 9:41.28; 10, Diego Flores, Franklin, 9:43.90.

110-meter hurdles: 1, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 14.74; 2, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 14.78; 3, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 14.99; 4, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 15.19;5, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 15.37; 6, Josh Edwards, Eastlake, 15.50;7, Kyler Lewis, Chapin, 15.52; 8, Diego Sanchez, Eastwood, 15.74; 9, Jayden Terrell Scott, Pebble Hills, 15.79; 10, Noah Vick, Franklin, 15.86.

300-meter hurdles: 1, Angel Munoz, Riverside, 38.72; 2, Josiah Johnson, Immanuel Christian, 39.21; 3, Isaiah Martinez, Parkland, 39.49; 4, Damian Solis, Canutillo, 39.61; 5, Jason Valdez, Eastwood, 40.22; 6, Isai Aguilar, Socorro, 40.28; 7, Michael Kiesel, Parkland, 40.81; 8, Kyler Lewis, Chapin, 40.98; 9, Mark Romero, Del Valle, 41.20; 10, Maury Carreto, Franklin, 41.37.

400-meter relay: 1, Andress (Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz), 41.70; 2, Franklin (Beau Sparks, Julian Mars, Noah Vick, Jordan Morales), 41.96; 3, Parkland (Kaleb Martinez, Demarion Crest daniels, Joseph Gomez Whitten, Lincoln Jurado), 42.10; 4, Chapin (Dylan Sims, Jacob Staggs, Yoshua Yhisreal, Mathew Polk), 42.47; 5, Eastwood (George Garcia, Joe Meza, Jay Acuna, Andrew Martinez), 42.59; 6, Riverside (Tristan Lopez, Angel Munoz, Francisco Luna, Jose Guardado), 43.09; 7, Horizon (Ernie Garcia, Ezequiel Bonilla, Aaron Sigala, Adrian Parra), 43.15; 8, Pebble Hills (Amari Deion Welch, Jalile Bost, Noah Sanchez, Craig Collins), 43.16; 9, Del Valle (Andrew Felix, Raymon Riddick, Jorge Hernandez Facio, Joshua Keough), 43.19; 10, Montwood (Victor Arellano, Seth Salas, Ceasar Alvarado, Christian Saenz), 43.29.

800-meter relay: 1, Andress (Charlie Bass, Jeremiah Cooper, Malachi Do, Elijah Munoz), 1:27.73; 2, Franklin (Beau Sparks, Julian Mars, Noah Vick, Jordan Morales), 1:28.68; 3, Montwood (Victor Arellano, Yamil Oaxaca, Seth Salas, Christian Saenz), 1:29.53; 4, Parkland (Kaleb Martinez, Demarion Crest daniels, Isaiah Beasley, Lincoln Jurado), 1:29.61; 5, El Dorado (Dezmond Gonzalez, Edwin Harden, Alan Martinez, Devin Rubio), 1:30.28; 6, Chapin (Justin Yhisreal, Julian Bailey, Jacob Staggs, Mathew Polk), 1:30.65; 7, Bel Air (Uzziel Vasquez, Christian Baxter, Max Rodriguez, Josh Salazar), 1:31.20; 8, Pebble Hills (Charles Wellenreuther, Isaiah Bryant, Amari Deion Welch, Jalile Bost), 1:31.21; 9, Eastwood (George Garcia, Alexis Amaya, Andrew Martinez, Max Mancilla), 1:31.22; 10, Del Valle (Jorge Hernandez Facio, Mark Romero, Raymon Riddick, Joshua Keough), 1:31.43.

1,600-meter relay: 1, Franklin (Ethan Perea, Isaac Romero, Jordan Morales, Rai Lopez), 3:23.84; 2, Canutillo (Isaiah Harthorne, Michael Anderson, Damian Solis, Omar Rivera), 3:25.09; 3, Montwood (Ceasar Alvarado, Rayxevier Monsivais, Yamil Oaxaca, Victor Arellano), 3:25.28; 4, Eastwood, 3:26.01; 5, Bel Air (Josh Salazar, Dylan Garcia, Noah Moreno, Uzziel Vasquez), 3:27.09; 6, Coronado (Pablo Pedraza, Sam Breceda, Jason Nevarez, Sebastian Aguayo), 3:28.91; 7, Eastlake, 3:29.01; 8, Andress (Giovon Hermosillo, Donovan Melendez, Shawn Owens, Elijah Munoz), 3:29.02; 9, Americas (Jared Laverty, Evan Avitia, Jadyn Butters, Aaron Saenz), 3:29.21; 10, Pebble Hills, 3:29.52;

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.