Glenwood girls win Woodburn Invitational |

Glenwood girls win Woodburn Invitational

Post Independent staff report
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado – Glenwood Springs’ girls won Saturday’s Frank Woodburn Invitational track and field meet, held at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction and hosted by Palisade High School.

The Demons rolled to victory, racking up 157.5 points. The next closest team: Cedaredge at 91 points.

Winning events for Glenwood were Jackie Knott (400-meter dash, 1 minute, 1.62 seconds), Madi Goodstein (100 hurdles, 16.49) and Theresa Gabriel (triple jump, 35 feet, 2 3/4 inches).

Claiming silver for the Demons were Jolie Dubois (100, 12.64; 200, 26.7), Michaela Mansfield (800, 2:24.14), Sarah Treese (3,200, 13:22.04), Gabriel (100 hurdles, 17.35; long jump, 15-6) and Kristy Moore (300 hurdles, 48.3).

Connor Adams took third in the 100 for the Demons, crossing in 13.06.

Glenwood relay teams took first in the 4×400 (4:08.46) and the 800 sprint medley (1:53.03). Allison Brown, Lexie Warkentin, Moore and Goodstein combined to run the 4×400, while Adams, Goodstein, Dubois and Brown made up the 800 sprint medley group.

The Demons’ 4×800 relayers took third (11:06.23).

Glenwood’s boys took fourth at the Woodburn Invite, getting first-place performances from Travis Whitman (400, 51.25) and Chad Montover (shot put, 47-11 1/4).

Ryan Buchanan took second in the 300 hurdles (41.52). Andrew Mansfield was third in the 1,600 (4:38.46) and Nick Ciani nabbed bronze in the shot put (42-5 3/4).

The Demons’ 4×400 relay squad took second, timing in at 3:38.32.

Brandi Krieg led Grand Valley in Grand Junction. She took first in the 3,200 (12:27.8) and second in both the 400 (1:01.63) and 1,600 (5:22.9).

Sam Whelan paced the Cardinal boys, taking third in the 3,200 (10:31.97).

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