Liberal, KS

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Sunday

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Monday

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Liberal Brings Home Several Season Bests from Hutchinson

Brock Kappelmann - April 29, 2017 6:59 am

Liberal’s track and field boys and girls competed at Hutchinson on Friday.  The boys had 17 season best performances out of 43
entries. The girls had 7 season best marks.

Boys

Hutchinson 105

Garden City 91

Liberal 81

Dodge City 73

Maize 57

Wichita Southeast 42

Wichita East 37

Great Bend 30

Wichita Northwest 25

Bishop Carroll 17

Girls

Hutchinson 99

Garden City 77

Wichita East 70

Maize 69

Wichita Southeast 66

Liberal 56

Great Bend 42

Dodge City 36

Boys

400- Dusty Torres 1st 50.12

Long Jump- Markalyn Eatmon 1st 22’7.5″

300 H- Austin Mullens 1st , Josh Arafol 4th 42.32, and Tyrique Chandler 5th 43.1

4×400- 1st 3:25 Dusty Torres, Josh Arafol, Keylan Cruz, and Austin Mullens

100 H- Austin Mullens 2nd 14.32

200- Dusty Torres 2nd 22.08

4×800- 3rd 8:34 Antonio Borunda, Keylan Cruz, Xavier Perez, and Josh Arafol

100- Dusty Torres 4th 11.14 Syris Dunlap 6th 11.32

Girls

3200- Cam Slatten 1st 11:58 Katie Horyna 2nd 12:27

1600- Cam Slatten 1st 5:29 Katie Horyna 2nd 5:35

4×800- 1st 10:06 Audrey Gilmore, Whitney Hay, Saw Ahmara, and Kelsey Ramsey

800- Saw Ahmara 3rd 2:31

100 H- Kambri Garrett 5th 16.89

400- Kelsey Ramsey 6th 1:03.6

4×400- 6th 4:26  Audrey Gilmore, Machia Mullens, Saw Ahmara, and Kelsey Ramsey

4×100- 6th 53.8 Katiara Polvon, Machia Mullens, Emma Shellenberger, and Jada Mickens

 

 

 

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