Titans solid at Cedaredge
Coal Ridge’s boys were winners all over the track and field at Friday’s Cedaredge Bruin Invitational.
Brent Hazzard picked up a win in the 100-meter dash, zipping to the finish in 11.95 seconds. Teammate Cody Walls was right behind him in second place, crossing in 11.97.
Walls was also second in the 200 (23.63), placing just ahead of third-place teammate Chris Contreras (23.95).
Raul Oyarzabal finished a spot ahead of Walls in the 400. Oyarzabal’s time of 50.91 netted him second. Walls was third in 50.99.
In the 110 hurdles, Andy Bowles placed second for the Titans in 16.6.
Tyler Guettler won the long jump with a leap of 20 feet, 5 1/2 inches. He finished second in the triple jump (42-9 1/2).
Austin Reed placed third in the discus (128-1).
Coal Ridge won a trio of relays – the 4×100 (44.78), the 4×200 (1:31.63) and the 800 sprint medley (1:40.07).
Oyarzabal, Michael Shaw, Cameron Cotton and Samuel Diedrich made up the Titans’ 4×100 team, with Contreras, Oyarzabal, Walls and Diedrich running the 4×200 and Hazzard, Contreras, Oyarzabal and Cotton tackling the 800 sprint medley.
In the 4×400, Cameron Dacuma, Shaw, Cotton and Diedrich linked up on a third-place finish in 3:39.46 and Dacuma, Sam Jorgenson, Joseph Ramos and Javier Garcia finished third in the 4×800 (9:02.32).
Britni Allen recorded an event win for Coal Ridge’s girls. She took the shot put title with a top toss of 36-6 3/4.
In the relays, Kelsey Gasaway, Kelsey Fauser, Mariela Martinez and Becca Mitchell placed second in the 800 sprint medley (1:55.17). Kayla Hinkley, Alicia Hampton, Martinez and Mitchell placed third in the 4×400 (4:26.07).
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