Demons golden at Frank Woodburn Invite
Crushing its nearest competitor by more than 50 points, Glenwood Springs claimed the girls team title at Saturday’s Frank Woodburn Invitational track and field meet in Grand Junction.
The Demons posted a team score of 145, easily outpacing second-place Cedaredge (94.5) and third-place Palisade (85).
Madi Goodstein swept the hurdles events for Glenwood at Mesa State College’s Stocker Stadium, taking the 100-meter hurdles in 16.27 seconds and the 300 in 48.04.
Kristy Moore tailed Goodstein across the line in the 300, clocking in at 49.44 to finish second.
Jolie Dubois sped to victory in the 400 (1:01.7), and Demon relay teams won the 4×200 (1:49.8) and the 4×800 (10:33.33).
Finishing second individually for Glenwood were Dubois (100, 12.54), McKenzie Hill (3,200, 12:29.04) and McKenzie Nelson-Buehler (discus, 99 feet, 7 inches). Nelson-Buehler added a third-place effort in the shot put (33-8).
Demon relay teams placed second in the 4×100 (54.91), the 4×400 (4:22.49) and the 800 sprint medley (1:56.22).
Glenwood’s boys made a solid showing in Grand Junction as well, finishing second to Fruita Monument in the team chase. Fruita’s 108 points beat out the Demons (94) and Palisade (92.5).
Ryan Buchanan gutted out a win in the 300 hurdles (41.03) and Chad Montover won the shot put (51-10) to account for Glenwood’s individual event victories.
Auston Tribble took second in the 100 (11.49) and third in the 300 hurdles (42.55). Nick Ciani was third in the shot put (44-8 1/4).
Glenwood relay teams took silver in both the 4×400 (3:37.09) and the 4×800 (8:29.64).
Brandi Krieg won both the 800 and the 3,200 to lead Grand Valley’s girls to a fifth-place team finish at the Woodburn Invitational. Krieg posted a 2:20.64 in the 800 and clocked a time of 11:39.48 in the 3,200.
Kristen Schubert’s 1:03.73 in the 400 landed her third. Also finishing third for the Cardinals were Jordan Steinke (triple jump, 31-11 1/2) and their 800 sprint medley relay team (1:58.27).
Omar Melendrez (200, 23.54) and Tanner Neil (discus, 127-5) both took third individually to lead Grand Valley’s boys to a ninth-place finish.
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