April 22, 2022

Girls & Boys Track & Field Teams are District Champions!

The girls and boys track teams won the District Track & Field Meet today held at Cypress Christian School. These students are advancing to the TAPPS 4A South Regional Meet:

  • 100 m. dash – Abbie Hirth (District Champion), Riley Fox, Jackson Owen (District Champion), Jackson Braun
  • 200 m. dash – Maddie Dodd, Jackson Owen (District Champion), Colin Burns
  • 400 m. dash – Will Hotchkiss (District Champion), Jalen Young
  • 100 m. hurdles – Olivia O’Bannon (District Champion)
  • 300 m. hurdles – Olivia O’Bannon (District Champion), Max Landrum
  • 4×100 relay – Riley Fox, Sophia Swanton, Evie Greenberg, Abbie Hirth (District Champions); Michael Slabic, Jackson Owen, Alex Andrus, Jackson Braun (District Champions)
  • 4×200 relay – Riley Fox, Sophia Swanton, Evie Greenberg, Abbie Hirth (District Champions); Michael Slabic, Colin Burns, Alex Andrus, Jackson Braun (District Champions)
  • 4×400 relay – Mallory Overton, Olivia O’Bannon, Megan Cater, Sophia Swanton; Will Hotchkiss, Coleman Mabry, Max Landrum, Price Schultea (District Champions)
  • Shot Put – Mariana Van Dyk (District Champion), Skylar Davis, Andrew Owen
  • Discus – Mariana Van Dyk (District Champion), Skylar Davis, Griffin Fisk (District Champion), Jacob Rauch
  • High Jump – Abbie Hirth (District Champion), Matthew McClellan
  • Pole Vault – Sophia Swanton, Erich Sachtleben
  • Long Jump- Abbie Hirth (District Champion), Bella Henslee, Jalen Young
  • Triple Jump – Nicole Santos, Bella Henslee, Max Landrum, Matthew McClellan

Congratulations to our entire team on a great season and way to shine at district! Let’s go get them at Regionals!

South Regional Track Meet Information – Tuesday, April 26, 2022

City of Waco Hart Patterson Track, 501 S. 32nd St., Waco, Texas 76711 – Map to stadium

Tickets are $12 and must be purchased through this Link to TAPPS tickets. There will be no onsite cash ticket sales.

 

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