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5/19/2010 10:49:00 AM
Sandberg brings home new 'disc' for 4th place throw
Bradshaw Mountain senior Dallas Sandberg practices throwing the shotput in preparation for the State Meet this past weekend. Sandberg garnered the 4th place medal.Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz
Bradshaw Mountain senior Dallas Sandberg practices throwing the shotput in preparation for the State Meet this past weekend. Sandberg garnered the 4th place medal.

Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz
Sarah Moore practices throwing the shotput at Bradshaw Mountain High School this past Wednesday. Moore competed in shotput and discus at the State Track & Field Meet this past weekend.Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz
Sarah Moore practices throwing the shotput at Bradshaw Mountain High School this past Wednesday. Moore competed in shotput and discus at the State Track & Field Meet this past weekend.

Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz

Cheryl Hartz
News Editor


Although Dallas Sandberg placed ninth in disc at the 4A-I State Tack & Field Meet Saturday, he brought home a new metal disc - a medal for his fourth place finish in shotput.

The Bradshaw Mountain senior's 51-foot-11.5-inch shot heave was just one inch out of third place. The winning throw was 53-3.5.

Sandberg tossed the discus 133-feet-6-inches. First place was 159-4.

BMHS coach Ron Fuson said Sandberg scratched on his first two shot tosses in both the qualifying and final rounds and had to stand and throw without his spin for each third attempt.

Senior Jesus Escalera just missed a medal, placing fifth in the 3200 m., with 9:48.19.

"Jesus ran a good, smart race," said Fuson. "He fought for that fifth. He hasn't had that level of competition this season."

Queen Creek recorded winning times in both the 3200 m. (9:26.11) and the 1600 m. (4:10.67). Escalera came in 11th in the 1600 m., in 4:37.14.

Senior Sarah Moore, surprised herself with seventh place in discus, 101-feet-5. The winner threw 115-8.

Moore finished 17th in shot, 29-feet-7.75. The winner managed 37-4.75.

"Sarah had good form and decent release," Fuson said.


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