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Demons compete at Broomfield Shootout

The Glenwood Springs track and field team traveled to the Front Range this past Saturday, where the Demons took 19 athletes (14 boys and five girls) to compete in the Broomfield Shootout, where more than 40 schools participated in the highly competitive meet.

Impressively, the 14 Glenwood boys put up a strong showing on the day, allowing the Demons to place sixth overall with 31 points.

At the meet, Alex Cutright won the high jump with a personal record of 6’3”, while Bryce Risner followed right behind with a mark of 6’0”.



In the 110m hurdles, AJ Crowley turned in a fourth-place finish with a time of 15.84, which happened to be a personal record, while the relay team of Miguel Peralta, Larry Flores, Ishmael Villegas and Gavin Olson placed fourth overall in the 4×200 relay with a time of 1:33.71.

Flores would later turn in a seventh-place finish in the 300m hurdles with a time of 41.63, while Crowley finished eighth with a personal record of 42.12.



On the girl’s side, Sequoia Kellogg had a strong day for the Demons, placing fourth in the 100m hurdles with a time of 15.93, good enough for a personal record, while also placing eighth in the triple jump with a mark of 32’10 1/2”.

In the 4×200 relay, Reese Prough, Sedona Kellogg, Payten Spencer and Sequoia Kellogg placed eighth with a time of 1:56.29.

The Demons will travel to Grand Junction this Saturday for the Mickey Dunn Invitational.


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