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SHS SPORTS WRAP UP

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Baseball:

The Bulldogs faced the Goodland Cowboys at home on Thursday, April 8, losing game one, 2-22 and game two, 1-17. Head Coach Dustin Doze said the Bulldogs really struggled throwing strikes again and they had too many errors. We need to clean things up if we want to be competitive. 

The Bulldogs will play at home again on Friday, April 16 against Scott City. 

 


Golf: 

The boys varsity golf team competed in Lakin on Thursday, April 8, placing second behind Cimarron’s 322, with a score of 381. Medalists were Ryan Thompson, 5th, 43/45 shooting an  88, Jaden Grilliot, 11th, 50/45 for a 95, Brayden Wilson, 46/52 for a 98, Dylan Wilson, 50/50 for 100, Tyrel Lynam, 54/58 for 112, Austin Plunkett, shot 47 in the first nine but did not finish. 

Mathias commented it was a warm day with variable winds during the first nine holes and breezy conditions in the last nine. “We practiced well Wednesday in preparing for the conditions we would face on the Lakin course, but the problem is we didn’t apply what was learned the day before!” Mathias was very disappointed in the effort on Thursday. “An athlete must show up to perform at a high level each time they are given the opportunity,” he explained. 

The varsity’s next meet in April 26 at Cimarron and Mathias is hopeful they will use the time to fix the holes in their games. 

The junior varsity golf team competed in Lakin on Monday, April 12. Miles Stum shot a 53 for 5th, Cole Scott shot a 64 and Ian Brummett shot a 66 for nine holes. They will travel to Leoti on Friday April 16, then at home on Tuesday, April 20. 

 


Track: The SHS track team competed at home on Monday April 12, the girls placed 3rd with 100 pts and boys placed 5th with 56 pts 

 


Individual results are as follows:     

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles, 1st Jayden Mitchell – 18.43.

Girls 100 Meter Dash, 1st, Kate Riley - 13.23, 15th, Janika Pizzaro - 15.69, 17th, Karla Jacobo - 15.93

Boys 100 Meter Dash, 14th, Connor Ochs - 12.56, 19th, Jr. Diaz - 13.20, 20th, Martin Ramos - 13.31, 26th Jhoan Avila - 15.08 

Boys 1600 Meter Run, 5th, Angel Moreno - 5:16.38, 7th, Daniel Aguilar - 5:28.89

9th, Jaren Luebbers - 5:40.60, 12th, Michael Davis - 5:47.87, 14th Uriel Ibarra -      5:58.33

Girls 4x100 Meter Relay 1st place, Yaya Moreno, Areli Moreno, Kadee Thomeczek, Kate Riley - 52.87 

Boys 4x100 Meter Relay, 5th place, Enrique Gamboa, Hugo Leyva, Ruendy Portillo, Kolbey Brummett - 49.74 

Boys 400 Meter Dash, 8th Juan Pinon - 1:00.95

Girls 800 Meter Run, 2nd, Ashlyn Finlay - 2:34.79 

Boys 800 Meter Run, 4th, Angel Moreno - 2:19.63, 5th Jesse Cooper - 2:20.69, 8th Michael Davis - 2:31.54, 9th Ki Salter-Vager - 2:33.35, 12th, Uriel Ibarra -           2:37.75

Girls 200 Meter Dash, 15th, Karla Jacobo - 34.95 

Boys 200 Meter Dash, 11th Conner Ochs - 25.87, 12th Hugo Leyva - 26.31, 18th, Martin Ramos - 27.23, 19th, Jr. Diaz - 27.64, 24th, Jhoan Avila - 32.77

Boys 3200 Meter Run, 5th Jarren Luebbers - 12:36.99, 7th, Daniel Aguilar -      12:47.83, 9th Jesse Cooper - 13:59.89

Girls 4x400 Meter Relay 1st, Yaya Moreno, Kadee Thomeczek, Areli Moreno, Ashlyn Finlay, 4:23.11

Boys 4x400 Meter Relay, 4th Kolbey Brummett, Ruendy Portillo, Juan Pinon                 Enrique Gamboa - 4:00.93 

Girls High Jump, 1st Yaya Moreno - 4-10.00, 9th Areli Moreno - 4-02.00 

Boys High Jump, 1st Hugo Leyva - 5-08.00, 4th Michael Davis - 5-04.00, 10th, Brandon Southern, NH

Girls Discus Throw, 3rd, Hannah Lampe - 67-04, 4th Maddie Brownlee - 66-07, 7th, Dayanara Orozco – 60-10, 15th Diana Castro - 47-03, 17th Amanda Welch – 44-10   

Boys Discus, 15th, Roy Aguilar - 78-09.50, 17th Bryson Luebbers - 76-00, 18th Brandon Pinto - 75-01.50, 19th Chauncey Gomez - 72-08.50, 23rd, Trevor Grubbs 70-03.50

Girls Javelin, 5th Jayden Mitchell - 71-05, 9th Hannah Lampe - 59-03, 13th   Dayanara Orozco - 53-04, 17th Diana Castro - 39-04 

Boys Javelin, 3rd, Enrique Gamboa - 133-09, 8th Hugo Leyva - 101-11, 15th 

Mariano Gomez - 87-02, 16th Bryson Luebbers - 87-00, 17th Bryan Rosales - 86-06 

Girls Shot Put, 1st Hannah Lampe - 31-03.00, 7th Maddie Brownlee - 26-00.25, 13th   

Dayanara Orozco- 23-00.00, 19th Diana Castro - 18-02.25, 20th Amanda Welch - 15-06.00 

Boys Shot Put, 13th Trevor Grubbs - 34-03.50, 14th Roy Aguilar - 34-00.50 

18th Chauncey Gomez - 32-02.00, 21st, Bryson Luebbers - 31-02.00, 25th Brandon Pinto - 28-07.50

Girls Triple Jump, 1st, Yaya Moreno - 33-04.75 

Boys Triple Jump, 5th Jr. Diaz - 33-04.50

Girls Long Jump, 1st Kate Riley 16-03.50, 15th Janika Pizzaro - 11-08.25

Boys Pole Vault, 2nd Kolbey Brummett - 11-06.00, 3rd, Ki Salter-Vager - 9-06.00, 4th Conner Ochs - 9-06.00 

 

 

 

  

 

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