Moffat County track takes multiple wins in season opener | CraigDailyPress.com

Moffat County track takes multiple wins in season opener

Moffat County High School long-distance runners Carter Severson, Coltyn Terry and Dave Drake warm up on the MCHS track. Moffat County boys won five events in the Palisade Classic.
Andy Bockelman

Boys

Athlete — Time/Distance; Place100-meter dashVictor Silva — 11.99, 1Elias Peroulis — 12.16, 4AJ Barber — 12.52, 19Eduardo Salazar — 12.62, 22Isaac Trevenen — 13.04, 39Trenton Hillewaert — 13.14, 43Joe Campagna — 13.24, 48Josh Townsend — 13.45, 54Blake Juergens — 13.65, 61Cody Lewis — 13.78, 66Pedro Romero — 14.23, 76110-meter hurdlesJared Atkin — 17.84, 3200-meter dashGrant Wade — 24.70, 11Elias Peroulis — 24.72, 12Eduardo Salazar — 25.31, 23AJ Barber — 25.44, 27Isaac Trevenen — 25.76, 34Colin Jensen — 26.27, 38Cale Scranton — 26.74, 45Trenton Hillewaert — 26.90, 48Joe Campagna — 27.04, 51Colby Beaver — 28.17, 70Cody Lewis — 28.35, 73Blake Juergens — 28.83, 76400-meter dashMiki Klimper — 52.92, 1Pedro Romero — 1: 05.99, 251,600-meter runCarter Severson — 4:52.32, 5Coltyn Terry — 5:19.25, 17Wilson Eike — 5:41.72, 334x200-meter relayMiki Klimper/Grant Wade/Jared Atkin/Victor Silva — 1:35.73, 14x400-meter relayMiki Klimper/Grant Wade/Elias Peroulis/Isaac Trevenen — 3:46.30, 2Jared Atkin/Carter Severson/Victor Silva/Colin Jensen — 3:46.58, 3AJ Barber/Wilson Eike/Josh Townsend/Coltyn Terry — 3:55.41, 2DiscusJesse Earle — 120', 4Zane Shipman — 115' 8", 5Carlin King — 103' 9", 16Corey Scranton — 92' 6", 21Aaron Hernandez — 91' 3", 25Toryn Hume — 89' 10", 26Josh Worster — 86' 3", 28Chris Sanderson — 85' 3", 29Beau Hellander — 64' 6", 38Brayden Hillhouse — 48' 7", 41Shot PutJesse Earle — 41' 1”, 1Aaron Hernandez — 39' 6.5”, 2Toryn Hume — 37' 9”, 5Zane Shipman — 35' 10.25”, 11Carlin King — 35' 1”, 16Beau Hellander — 30' 11”, 25Chris Sanderson — 30' 10.5”, 26Corey Scranton — 30' 5.75”, 29Josh Worster — 30' 3.25”, 30Brayden Hillhouse — 26' 10.5”, 35High JumpColin Jensen — 5' 10”, 4Joe Campagna — 5' 6”, 7Colby Beaver — 5' 4”, 9Josh Townsend — 5' 2”, 11Long JumpBlake Juergens — 19' 10.5”, 1Eduardo Salazar — 18' 6.5”, 6Jared Atkin — 17' 8”, 9Cale Scranton — 16' 7.25”, 14Trenton Hillewaert — 15' 6”, 20Joe Campagna — 15' 4.25”, 23Josh Townsend — 14' 7”, 27Pedro Romero — 14' 5.5”, 28Cody Lewis — 13' 2.5”, 35Triple JumpMiki Klimper — 36' 10.25”, 4Cale Scranton — 36' 3.5”, 6Colby Beaver — 35' 1.75”, 9Beau Hellander — 32' 10.75”, 12Blake Juergens — 31' 5”, 15

Girls

100-meter dashAlayna Behrman — 15.24, 23Yahaira Cordero-Alcantar — 15.84, 30Mikala Larsen — 16.12, 38Sara Beason — 16.34, 43Kimber Roberts — 16.34, 43Yoselin Cordero-Alcantar — 16.58, 46Alexis Main — 16.99, 49Kylee Batson Bovee — 17.08, 50Jayden Mack — 17.20, 51200-meter dashEliana Mack — 30.83, 17Alayna Behrman — 30.88, 18Raine Harrell — 32.13, 30Hannah Vasquez — 32.52, 31Yahaira Cordero-Alcantar — 32.87, 32Mikala Larsen — 32.93, 33Alexis Main — 35.92, 46400-meter dashAbby Bohne — 1:06.57, 3Sara Beason — 1:16.07, 8Raine Harrell — 1:16.16, 9Yoselin Cordero-Alcantar — 1:19.90, 11Jayden Mack — 1:25.76, 12800-meter runKelsey McDiffett — 2:46.75, 2Liberty Hippely — 2:59.24, 7Allison Villard — 3:11.80, 9Tate Severson — 3:15.46, 11Mackenzi Telford — 3:39.24, 131,600-meter runKelsey McDiffett — 6:07.55, 2Liberty Hippely — 6:24.55, 5Tate Severson — 6:53.27, 12Angel Mowdy — 7:11.03, 17Allison Villard — 7:17.31, 20Mackenzi Telford — 8:01.13, 22DiscusMorgan Nelson — 93' 1”, 3Caylah Million — 91', 4Shot putCaylah Million — 28' 4", 5Morgan Nelson — 26' 6.5”, 8High JumpEliana Mack — 4' 8”, 4Hannah Vasquez — 4' 2”, 8Long JumpAlayna Behrman — 13' 0.5”, 12Hannah Vasquez — 11' 2.5”, 17Kimber Roberts — 10' 9”, 18Triple JumpEliana Mack — 28' 6”, 5Kimber Roberts — 22' 1.5”, 7Kylee Batson Bovee — 20' 7”, 8 

Moffat County High School athletes have leapt off the starting blocks in all regards as the track and field season begins anew.

MCHS boys took five wins at the Palisade Classic Saturday in Grand Junction, with first-place honors in the 100-meter dash, 400 dash, 4×200 relay, long jump and shot put.

Victor Silva had the best finish in the 100 sprint at 11.99 seconds, while Miki Klimper earned top honors in the 400 at 53.92.

In the 4×200, Klimper ran the opening leg of the relay, with Grant Wade and Jared Atkin following and Silva the anchor, hitting a time of 1:35.73.

In the field, Blake Juergens hit a mark of 19 feet, 10.5 inches in the long jump pit to win the day, while thrower Jesse Earle added more than 10 feet to his seed distance in the shot put, making it to 41′ 1″.

Earle was followed by Aaron Hernandez in second in the shot put (39′ 6.5″).

Also taking the silver among boys teams was the 4×400 relay group of Klimper, Wade, Elias Peroulis and Isaac Trevenen at 3:46.30. Placing third in the 4×4 were Atkin, Carter Severson, Silva and Colin Jensen.

Atkin also earned the bronze in the 110 hurdles at 17.84 seconds, while Earle’s performance in the discus got him fourth (120 feet) closely followed by Zane Shipman in fifth (115′ 8″).

Other boys highlights included Toryn Hume fifth in the shot put (37′ 9″), Severson fifth in the 1,600 run (4:52.32), Klimper fourth in triple jump (36′ 10.25″) and Colin Jensen hitting a 5′ 10″ for fourth in the high jump.

On the girls team, Kelsey McDiffett took the best placement of the day, second in both the 800 and 1,600 runs, 2:46.75 in the half-mile and 6:07.55 in the mile.

Abby Bohne got third in the 400 dash (1:06.57), while Liberty Hippely wasn’t far behind McDiffett for fifth in the mile at 6:24.55.

A smaller roster for the weekend left the girls with no relay teams, but they also picked up points in the high jump and triple jump as Eliana Mack got fourth and fifth, respectively, at 4′ 8″ and 28′ 6″, the former of which was Moffat County girls’ best vault in the high jump since 2013.

2017 state placer Morgan Nelson gained third and Caylah Million fourth at 93′ 1″ and 91′ in the discus, with Million taking fifth in the shot put at 28′ 4″.

MCHS athletes will travel Friday to Rifle.

Craig Press will have full results from the Palisade Classic.



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