Boys’ and girls’ track teams finish second at PCI meet

The Winslow boys’ and girls’ track teams each finished second at the Phoenix Christian Invitational Meet on March 19. Winslow teams will return to action following their spring break on Wednesday, April 6 when they host Hopi, Flagstaff and Ganado.

The Winslow boys finished second with 71 points, behind Valley Christian who finished with 90 points. Lake Havasu was third with 59.5 points and Estrella Foothills was a close fourth with 58.

The Winslow girls finished second with 75 points. Queen Creek won the girls’ meet with a total of 79.5 points.

Winslow event winners included Orlando Vargas in the boys’ long jump, Stephanie Garnett in the girls’ long jump, Janeen Yazzie in the girls’ 1600 meters and the girls’ 400 and 1600 meter relay teams.

Second place finishers included Nick Anderson in the boys’ discus, Chanel Renfro in the girls’ 200 meters, and Carlos Quezada in the boys’ 300 meter hurdles.

Third place finishers included Kyle Whitehair in the boys’ 800 meters, Cory Dean in the boys’ shot put and Lillian Hancock in the girls’ pole vault.

Fourth place finishers included Vargas in the boys’ 100 meters and the boys’ triple jump, Anderson in the boys’ 110 meter hurdles and Nicole Buonavri in the girls’ pole vault.

Tricia Foster finished fifth in the girls’ pole vault.

Seventh place finishers included Nalene Gene in the girls’ shot put, Anderson in the boys’ 300 meter hurdles and Justin Powell in the boys’ discus.

Eighth place finishers included Arthur Gonzales in the boys’ 400 meters and Derick Thomson in the boys’ 3200 meters.

Ninth place finishers included Whitehair in the boys’ 1600 meters, Joe Ricks in the boys’ 3200 meters and Haley Brooks in the girls’ 100 meters and the girls’ long jump.

Tenth place finishers included Kelly Saganey in the girls’ 3200 meters and the girls’ 800 meters and Hattie Patterson in the girls’ long jump.

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