Glenwood track and field team takes title at Delta Invitational
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
DELTA, Colorado – Glenwood Springs won both the girls team title and the combined team title at Saturday’s Delta Invitational track and field meet.
The Demon girls were first with 90 points, topping second-place Cedaredge by 17 points. Glenwood’s boys took third behind first-place Fruita Monument and second-place Durango.
Winning individual events for the girls were Jolie Dubois (200-meter dash, 26.24 seconds), Allison Brown (400, 1:02.9) and Theresa Gabriel (triple jump, 33 feet, 8 1/2 inches). Kristy Moore took second in the 300 hurdles (48.16) and Madi Goodstein claimed third in the 400 (1:03.92).
Glenwood relay teams prevailing included the 4×200 (1:50.68), the 4×400 (4:18) and the 800 sprint medley (1:56.69) units. The Demons’ 4×800 relay group nabbed third (11:06.95).
Chad Montover (shot put, 44-6) won an event for the Glenwood boys. The Demons’ 4×400 relay also won (3:36.32).
Travis Whitman took third in the 400 (51.95).
Dustin Ross won both the 800 and 1,600, leading Rifle’s boys to a fourth-place finish at Delta. Ross clocked in at 2:01.48 in the 800 and at 4:30.05 in the 1,600.
Also scoring high finishes for the Bears were Joe Burgess (second in the 400, 51.45) and the girls 4×100 relay team (second, 53.46).
Coal Ridge’s Chelyn McCain took home first place in the 300 hurdles, notching the Titans’ top finish in Delta. McCain finished up in 47.2 seconds.
The Titans’ boys 4×400 relay team took third (3:39).
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