The Winslow High School track teams enjoyed success in the Arizona State 3A Track Meet on May 10 and 11. The Winslow boys finished second behind Rio Rico. The Winslow girls finished third behind Queen Creek and Payson.
Rio Rico dominated the boys’ meet with 106 points to second place Winslow’s 51. Safford was third with 49 points followed by Queen Creek (42.5), Snowflake (38), Blue Ridge (34.5), Round Valley (31) and Globe (30).
Queen Creek won the girls’ meet with 123 points to 87.5 for second place Payson and 71 for third place Winslow. Round Valley was fourth with 58 points followed by Safford (57.5), Window Rock 45, Snowflake (44) and Chino Valley (42).
Anthony Carter had the Winslow boys only first place by winning the 100-meters with a time of 11.19. He was fourth in the triple jump and 12th in the long jump.
Stephanie Garnett garnered a pair of first places for the Winslow girls by winning the long jump with a leap of 18 feet and the triple jump with a distance of 35 feet, four and one half inch. The triple jump mark established a new school record. Garnett was also second in the 100-meters.
Shimeon Mattox finished second in the 110-meter hurdles and was seventh in the 200-meters.
Jackie Foster was second in the shot put, sixth in the discus and 12th in the triple jump.
Nick Patton was third in the pole vault.
Jenna Adams was fourth in the triple jump and seventh in the high jump.
Joanna Black was fifth in the 800-meters and set a school record in the event with a time of 2:26.54.
Larissa Bratt was fifth in the 400-meters.
Steven Hancock was sixth in the 800-meters and 13th in the high jump.
Lawrence Watson was eighth in the 3200-meters.
Billy Wilcox was ninth in the 1600-meters.
Jimmy Curnutte was 14th in the shot put.
Katie Koll had qualified for the 3200-meters, the 100-meter hurdles and the pole vault, but was injured and unable to compete.
The boys’ 400-meter relay team (Carlos Quezada, Mattox, Dustin Taylor and Carter), the girls’ 400-meter relay team (Koll, Bratt, Adams and Garnett) and the boys’ 3200-meter relay team (Wilcox, Mark Rostedt, Watson and Hancock) all finished second in their events.
The girls’ 3200-meter relay team (Bratt, Heather Larson, Black and Johanna Begay) finished fourth.
The girls’ 1600-meter relay team (Bratt, Deb Hancock, Jodi Wybron and Black) finished fifth.