Lady Dawgs compete well in Burnet relays

By Wayne Craig
Bulletin Sports

The Lady Bulldog track teams participated in their second meet of the season Thursday night when they hosted their Annual Wells Fargo Relays. The JV girls took fourth as a team with 80 points scored. Lampasas won the JV division followed by Liberty Hill in second, and Llano in third.
Burnet’s varsity girls placed fifth as a team with 85 points. Cole High School claimed the gold, followed by Lampasas and Lago Vista.

JV Division-
100 M Dash: Tanya Laurenti, first, 13.77; and Tatum Davis, ninth, 14.42.
200 M Dash: Macy Hallowell, first, 28.33; Laurenti, second, 29.26; and Davis, fourth, 29.73.
400 M Dash: Hallowell, first, 1:04.29; Laurenti, second, 1:06.17; and Davis, third, 1:10.46.
1600 M Run: Kelley Paik, fifth, 6:40.24.
3200 M Run: Paik, fifth, 15:04.19.
Long Jump: Davis, third, 13’1.25; Kaylie Russell, 11, 11’2.5; and Cheyenne Sharp, 17.
Shot Put: Kendal Connolly, third, 25’7; and Emma Nicely, eighth, 23’2.5.
Discus: Nicely, fifth, 67’7.5; and Connolly, seventh.
Triple Jump: Sharp, sixth.
High Jump: Hallowell, 11.
Pole Vault: Connolly, third, 6’.

Varsity Division-
100 M Dash: Makayla Whitus, 10, 13.96.
200 M Dash: Marissa Escamilla, second, 27.17; Kinley Beyer, 14, 30.53; and Whitus, 21.
400 Dash: Dream Romero, second, 1:04.53; and Melissa Perez, third, 1:04.76.
800 M Run: Trynadee Greenwell, fourth, 2:31.60; Jordan Boyles, 10; and Fatima Rodriguez, 18.
1600 M Run: Greenwell, first, 5:45.46; Boyles, ninth; Brie Luedecke, 15.
3200 M Run: Rodriguez, seventh; and Luedecke, 10.
100 M Hurdles: Beyer, sixth, 18.30.
800 M Relay: Burnet, fifth, Escamilla, Lexey Parker, Chelsea Bible, and Romero, 1:54.45.
1600 M Relay: Burnet, fourth, Greenwell, Escamilla, Perez, and Romero, fourth, 4:23.36.
Long Jump: Escamilla, first, 16’6; Whitus, 12; and Greenwell, 13.
Shot Put: Kiley Burton, sixth, 26’7.
Triple Jump: Escamilla, first, 35’4; Greenwell, 14; and Parker, 15.
High Jump: Frank, seventh; Bible, eighth; and Romero, ninth.
Pole Vault: Beyer, first, 8’; and Parker, third, 7’6.

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