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Moffat County track and field delivers Friday

Finishes from the Warrior Wild West Invitational

Girls

100 meter

1. Kayla Pinnt

8. Cheianne Pinnt

10. Laura Secules

200

1. Kayla Pinnt

9. Cheianne Pinnt

400

1. Lauren Samuelson

7. Maddy Olinger

9. Leah Kalik

800

6. Makayla Johnson

7. Allie Dilldine

1,600

2. Eryn Leonard

6. Makayla Johnson

8. Allie Dilldine

3,200

4. Emily Womble

5. Aubrey Campbell

100 hurdles

3. Ashlee Griffiths

7. Jesse Suits

300 hurdles

3. Ashlee Griffiths

6. Laura Secules

7. Jesse Suits

4×100

2. Moffat County

4×400

2. Moffat County

4×800

2. Moffat County

Sprint medley

2. Moffat County

Long jump

2. Ary Shaffer

6. Rebekkah Bird

Triple jump

8. Rebekkah Bird

Shot put

8. Dakota Lee

9. Emily White

11. Katlyn Sollenberger

Discus

4. Nicole Sollenberger

5. Emily White

9. Dakota Lee

Boys

100

2. Kelley Campbell

5. Alan Flores

14. Bryant Cox

200

2. Kelley Campbell

10. Tyler Davis

400

8. Erik Silva

10. Bryant Cox

12. Garrett Ferguson

800

6. Jarrett Johnson

11. Jacob Archuleta

12. Steven Walls

1,600

3. Jarrett Johnson

11. Steven Walls

12. Garrett Ferguson

110 hurdles

2. Ryder Seely

300 hurdles

7. Ryder Seely

4×100

1. Moffat County

High jump

1. Miguel Cruz

2. Tyler Davis

6. Matt Hamilton

Long jump

4. Matt Hamilton

9. Miguel Cruz

11. Tyler Davis

Triple jump

1. Matt Hamilton

5. Miguel Cruz

7. Tyler Davis

Shot put

8. Dylan Villa

11. Gaven Spears

12. Axel Mina

Discus

4. Gaven Spears

7. Axel Mina

8. Dylan Villa

Craig — The Moffat County High School track and field team impressed as the only 3A team at the Warrior Wild West Invitational hosted by Grand Junction Central on Friday at Colorado Mesa University, the team’s first meet in nearly three weeks. — The Moffat County High School track and field team impressed as the only 3A team at the Warrior Wild West Invitational hosted by Grand Junction Central on Friday at Colorado Mesa University, the team's first meet in nearly three weeks.

— The Moffat County High School track and field team impressed as the only 3A team at the Warrior Wild West Invitational hosted by Grand Junction Central on Friday at Colorado Mesa University, the team's first meet in nearly three weeks.

On the strength of strong sprinting results, the girls team took second place with 74 points, and the boys were fourth, scoring 56.

Despite less competition than typical (five schools competed at the Warrior), the level still was high. The Bulldogs faced three 5A schools from Grand Junction and 4A Palisade.

The girls side was highlighted by dominant sprinting. Kayla Pinnt won the 100- and 200-meter dashes and was a part of the second-place 4×100 and 4×400 relays. Lauren Samuelson won the 400-meter run by 0.09 seconds and also was part of the 4×400 and 4×800 relays, which both finished second.

Ashlee Griffiths was third in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles and was a part of Moffat County's runner-up sprint medley relay. Freshman Ary Shaffer set a personal best in the long jump, leaping 15 feet, 1.75 inches and taking second place.

Eryn Leonard represented the distance runners, taking second in the 1,600 with a time of 5:53.

For the boys team, strong individual and relay performances also were strewn throughout the day.

Kelley Campbell was second in the 100 and 200 and was a part of Moffat County's first-place 4×100 relay, along with Erik Silva, Bryant Cox and Alan Flores. Jarrett Johnson broke five minutes in the 1,600, taking third in 4:55.

Ryder Seely was second in the 110 hurdles, clocking a 17.09. That time is the 16th best in 3A this season, giving Seely the final spot for the moment at the state meet.

In the field events, the Moffat County boys scored big points, getting a 1-2 finish from Miguel Cruz and Tyler Davis in the high jump. The sophomores jumped 5 feet, 6 inches and 5-4, respectively.

Matt Hamilton won the boys triple jump by nearly two feet, going 41-4 without any wind.

The teams return to action Friday the Phil Wertman Invitational, also at Colorado Mesa University, hosted by Fruita Monument.

Nate Waggenspack can be reached at 970-875-1795 or nwaggenspack@craigdailypress.com.
Nate Waggenspack can be reached at 970-875-1795 or nwaggenspack@craigdailypress.com.

Nate Waggenspack can be reached at 970-875-1795 or nwaggenspack@craigdailypress.com.