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Lions Racers

  • Joshua Allen finished 8 th in the 100-meter (10.89s) and 200-meter (22.06s)
  • In the 800-meter Samuel Molina finished 12 th with a time of 2.00.38s
  • Colton Thurman finished 10 th in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 16.70s
  • In the 400-meter hurdles Nicholas Henderson finished 3rd with a time of 50.19s and Charles Pulliam finished 11 th
  • The 4×100 team place 3 rd with a time of 42.10s
  • The 4×400 team ran a time of 3:27.66s (a school record) to finish 6 th
  • Winston Griffith finished 3 rd in pole vault (3.80m) and 9 th in shotput (10.92m)
  • Damyan Woodward finished 6 th in the triple jump (12.47m)

Women’s action

  • Mahogani Collins finished 12 th in the 400-meter (1:06.28s) and set a personal best in the 200-meter (28.34s)
  • Gabriella Anato placed 3 rd in the Hammer Throw (34.89m), 4th in the Discus (37.40m), and 10 th in Javelin Throw (23.53m)


Covarrubias Corner

  • “After a week off for the Easter Holiday, it was as though both teams came out with something to prove. Historically, the Commerce meet is where we would hit a national qualifying mark because where the meet lands on the schedule. At this point of the year, we start to hit our mid-season stride and the weather normally is excellent for fast times. Today’s weather was not ideal, but times continued to drop. I am extremely proud of Nick, he had been working hard in the hurdles and to hit a “B” standard in his debut is impressive. He will continue to improve! Overall, it was a great day, Gabby alone scored more than 8 other schools, we set seven school records and 21 PR’s. It’s coming together at the right time and it is exciting to watch!”

The Next Step

  • The Lions will compete in Abilene, TX at the McMurryInvite on Saturday, April 17 th

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