Naturally, gusty conditions prevailed in Prescott Valley as Bradshaw Mountain High played host to the Yavapai County Track and Field Championships Friday, April 29, 2011. No one expected to set any records, but many hoped their performances would qualify them for Arizona State competition.
Photos by Cheryl Hartz.
Naturally, gusty conditions prevailed in Prescott Valley as Bradshaw Mountain High played host to the Yavapai County Track and Field Championships Friday. No one expected to set any records, but many hoped their performances would qualify them for Arizona State competition.
Bradshaw's Bears placed fifth out of eight teams while the Lady Bears were fourth in a field of 10.
Top performance for Bradshaw came from freshman Kylie Morris, who triple jumped her way to first with a 10-meter total. She also finished in a 3-way tie for fifth in long jump, 4.31 m. (14-feet-2), as did fellow frosh Lindsey Lowman.
Abelino Carbajal, on his birthday, took second in 300 hurdles (45.52).
Ryan Madler was second in the 800, or half-mile. (2:04.85).
Bradshaw took third in both the boys' and girls' 100-m. dash. Shon Do ran it in12.04 and Caitlyn Martin, in 13.92.
Freshman Sarah Wadsworth took third in the 400 (1:08.58), the quarter-mile race, or one lap of the track.
Estabon Morales placed sixth in the 3200 (11:14.56), the 2-mile distance.
Lindsey Lowman was third in 100 hurdles (17.21) and 5th in 300 hurdles (50.43).
Senior Sarah Ashburn took fourth in the 3200 (13:13.93), while sophomore Desiree Woodruff was sixth (14:14.18). Woodruff also was sixth in the mile - the 1600-m. (6:06.16).
Tim Voth placed fifth in 300 hurdles (47.00), and sixth in long jump (5.51 m.).
The girls' 4x400 relay of Alondra Castillo, Sarah Wadsworth, Lindsey Golin and Gaby Jeffries finished fifth (4:42.8).
Woodruff, Ashburn, Jeffries and Castillo ran the 4x800 relay for third place (12:00.35), as did the
boys' 4x800 relay squad of Madler, C.J. Unruh, Esteban Morales and Anthony Nixon.
Matt Erlich finished fifth among shot putters (11.23 m., or 36.84 feet).
James Reyes took third in high jump (6-foot-2 or 1.87 m.), and Dawson Pursell was fourth in pole vault (3.04 m.).
Nick Carder placed fifth in triple jump (10.94 m.).