Lady Pups improve at tough Texan meet
By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports On Friday, March 24 the Lady Bullpup track teams competed at the tough Wimberley Texan Invitational. “Although the girls didn’t place in as many events, we saw lots of improved times. The tough competition at the meet allowed the girls to push themselves harder than previous meets and it helped prepare them for district,” said coach Rachyl Griffin. Individual results were as follows- Seventh-grade 100 M Dash: Jaycee Morris, fourth, 14.66. 200 M Dash: Ashlyn Calhoun, third, 30.06. 400 M Dash: Kayla Gillaspie, second, 1:07.66; and Grace Tyler, third, 1:08.28. 800 M Run: Calhoun, second, 2:41.83. 1600 M Run: Emma Gonzalez, fifth, 6:31.37. 2400 M Run: Maria Leon, fourth, 10:28.22. 400 M Relay: Burnet, third, Hailey Tindell, Morris, Tyler, and Gillaspie, 56.23. 1600 M Relay: Burnet, first, Tyler, Calhoun, Morris, and Gillaspie, 4:34.42. Shot Put: Rylea Whitus, fourth, 30’. Triple Jump: Calhoun, fifth, 28’10. Eighth-grade 400 M Dash: Rylee Carroll, sixth, 1:08.61. 100 M Hurdles: Claire Potter, second, 17.72. 300 M Hurdles, Potter, fourth, 52.43. 400 M Relay: Burnet, sixth, Kyla Taylor, Karla Rodriguez, Madi Stewart, and Delaney Mooney, 56.10. 800 M Relay: Burnet, sixth, Rose Flores, Rodriguez, Stewart, and Mooney, 1:58.28. 1600 M Relay: Burnet, fourth, Chloe Butcher, Carroll, Potter, and Chantel Munguia, 4:39.19.