Girls first, boys fourth at NAU meet

The Winslow High School women’s track team finished first among eight competing schools at the Northern Arizona University Indoor Track Meet held in Flagstaff on Wednesday. The Winslow men’s track team finished fourth among the nine schools competing.

The Winslow women had 60 points to 49.33 for second place Snowflake and 46.66 for third place Blue Ridge. Monument Valley was fourth followed by Chinle, Window Rock, Holbrook and Hopi.

Snowflake won the men’s meet with 68 points to 52 for second place Blue Ridge, 40 for third place Monument Valley and 36 for fourth place Winslow. Payson was fifth followed by Tuba City, Chinle, Joseph City and Hopi.

Stephanie Garnett garnered all three of Winslow’s first place finishes. She won the women’s triple jump with a leap of 34-06.50Q, the women’s long jump with a distance of 17-08.50Q and the women’s high jump with a height of 5-02.00#.

Lillian Hancock finished second in the women’s high jump and tied for second with Winslow’s Nicole Buonviri in the women’s pole vault.

Orlando Vargas finished second in the men’s pole vault, fourth in the men’s 60 meter dash and fifth in the men’s long jump. Nick Anderson finished second in the men’s 60 meter hurdles. Chantel Renfro finished second in the women’s 200 meter dash and third in the women’s 60 meter dash.

Paul Guzman finished third in the men’s pole vault. Carlos Quezada finished third in the men’s triple jump. Cory Dean finished third in the men’s shot put. Nalene Gene finished third in the women’s shot put.

Tricia Foster finished fourth in the women’s pole vault and the women’s triple jump. Carlos Quezada finished fourth in the men’s 60 meter dash. Alannah Alexander finished fourth in the women’s 400 meter dash. The Winslow men’s 4X400 meter relay team finished fourth.

Tracey Tanner finished fifth in the men’s pole vault.

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