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DCSD claims state championships in hurdles, shot put & relay

LAKEWOOD – A snowy spring storm delayed the State Track and Field meet, but it couldn’t slow down Douglas County School District’s athletes.

During the meet held on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22 at Jeffco Stadium DCSD students claimed three state titles.

Highlands Ranch High School’s Drake Nugent won in the 5A Boys Shot Put and the school’s  Boys 4x400 Meter Relay team claimed the state championship. Emily Sloan from Rock Canyon High School placed first in the 5A Girls 100 Meter Hurdles.

Below are the highlights from the meet.

 

5A 2017 Track & Field State Championships

GIRLS 5A STATE TRACK & FIELD MEET

Here’s how the DCSD girls track and field teams placed:

7 - Rock Canyon
9 - Mountain Vista
15 - Highlands Ranch
17 - Douglas County
17 - Legend
19 - Castle View
26 - ThunderRidge
 

Day 1

Girls 3200 Meter Run 5A
3 Jenna Fitzsimmons - Mountain Vista
5 Caroline Eck - Mountain Vista
6 Lina Corrales - Douglas County
9 Sarah O'Sullivan - Mountain Vista
10 Shae Henley - ThunderRidge
12 Bailee Stones - Rock Canyon

Girls 800 Sprint Medley 5A
5 Highlands Ranch
6 Legend
9 Rock Canyon
16 Mountain Vista

Girls 4x200 Meter Relay 5A
11 ThunderRidge
16 Mountain Vista
18 Highlands Ranch

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles 5A
2 Emily Sloan - Rock Canyon
3 Kara Lucyk - Mountain Vista
8 Diana Reynolds - Legend
11 Grace Wenham - ThunderRidge

Girls 200 Meter Dash 5A
6 Tanner Riker - Rock Canyon
7 Abigail Tamminga - Legend
10 Abigail Brown - Douglas County

Girls 4x800 Meter Relay 5A
3 Mountain Vista
9 ThunderRidge
10 Highlands Ranch

Girls Triple Jump 5A
5 Anna Hart - ThunderRidge
9 Sydney Trichle - Mountain Vista
 
Girls High Jump 5A
2 Riley Masten - Rock Canyon
8 Emma Smith - Mountain Vista
14 Natalie Smith - ThunderRidge

Girls Shot Put 5A
2 Sierra Suazo - Castle View
17 Meredith Minton - Douglas County
 
Day 2

Girls 800 Meter Run 5A
5  Megan Koch - Highlands Ranch
12 Bryce Johansen - Highlands Ranch
15 Lina Corrales - Douglas County
 
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 5A
1 Emily Sloan - Rock Canyon
12 Kara Lucyk - Mountain Vista
 
Girls 100 Meter Dash 5A
7  Abigail Brown - Douglas County
11 Shewli Ghosh - ThunderRidge
12 Abigail Tamminga - Legend

Girls 4x100 Meter Relay 5A
6 Legend
10 Douglas County
17 ThunderRidge

Girls 400 Meter Dash 5A
4 Alexa Gonzales - Legend
5 Tanner Riker - Rock Canyon

Girls 1600 Meter Run 5A
6 Shae Henley - ThunderRidge
11 Caroline Eck - Mountain Vista
12 Jenna Fitzsimmons - Mountain Vista
14 Sarah O'Sullivan - Mountain Vista
15 Lina Corrales - Douglas County

Girls 4x400 Meter Relay 5A
6 Mountain Vista
9 Highlands Ranch 
13 ThunderRidge
16 Rock Canyon
17 Castle View  

Girls Pole Vault 5A
3 Morgan Adsit - Douglas County
12 Chlotille Scheckel - Chaparral

Girls Long Jump 5A
4 Shantine Demasse - Highlands Ranch
10 Alexa Gonzales - Legend
14 Morgan Riddle - Chaparral
17 Kara Lucyk - Mountain Vista
 
Girls Discus Throw 5A
2 Sierra Suazo - Castle View
5 Meredith Minton - Douglas County
7 Elena Opp - Highlands Ranch
13 Sarah Sams - Douglas County
15 Sloane Stewartson - Rock Canyon

 

BOYS 5A STATE TRACK & FIELD MEET

Here’s how the DCSD boys track and field teams placed:

7 - Highlands Ranch
8 - Castle View
11 - Mountain Vista
12 - Rock Canyon
15 - Legend
16 - Douglas County
21 - ThunderRidge

 

Day 1

Boys 3200 Meter Run 5A
4 Bailey Timmons - Rock Canyon
5 Chris Theodore - Rock Canyon 
8 Carter Dillon - Mountain Vista
11 Joshua Romine - Mountain Vista
12 Easton Allred - Rock Canyon

Boys 4x200 Meter Relay 5A
11 Highlands Ranch

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles 5A
7 Noah Bergford - Legend
12 Parker Garrison - Rock Canyon

Boys 200 Meter Dash 5A
17 Tristan Smith - Mountain Vista

Boys 4x800 Meter Relay 5A
2 Legend
3 Mountain Vista 
4 ThunderRidge
5 Highlands Ranch
6 Rock Canyon
16 Chaparral

Boys Triple Jump 5A
8 Stephen Brewer - Legend

Boys Shot Put 5A
1 Drake Nugent - Highlands Ranch
4 Colton Homuth - Castle View
12 Brayden Tompkins - ThunderRidge
13 Blake Fredrickson - Rock Canyon
14 Trevor Williams - Rock Canyon

 

Day 2

Boys 800 Meter Run 5A
3 Caden Foster  - Mountain Vista
4 Brock Helvey - Douglas County
8 Landon Rast - 11 Legend
9 David Moore - 12 ThunderRidge 
12 Tad Trimarco - 12 Chaparral
14 Kaden Lathrop - 12 Highlands Ranch

Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 5A
10 Noah Bergford - Legend
15 Garren Hoffman-mar - Castle View

Boys 100 Meter Dash 5A
3 Landon Wilks - Castle View
6 Ray Robinson - Highlands Ranch

Boys 4x100 Meter Relay 5A
7 Highlands Ranch 
12 Legend 

Boys 400 Meter Dash 5A
5  Kendal Smith - Douglas County
12 Ethan Coyhis - Castle View
17 Morgan Gaffin - Castle View

Boys 1600 Meter Run 5A
4 Carter Dillon - Mountain Vista
5 Bailey Timmons - Rock Canyon
7 Chris Theodore - Rock Canyon
9 Joshua Romine - Mountain Vista
12 Scott Johnson - Legend
15 Landon Rast - Legend
16 Brock Helvey - Douglas County

Boys 4x400 Meter Relay 5A
1 Highlands Ranch
8 Mountain Vista
10 Castle View
16 ThunderRidge

Boys Pole Vault 5A
6 Ezekiel Johnson - ThunderRidge
8 Justin Sandberg - Chaparral
8 Bryce Nault - ThunderRidge 

Boys Long Jump 5A
12 Tre Teague - Douglas County
20 Stephen Brew - Legend

Boys High Jump 5A
3  Cameron Brady - Castle View
4  Koby Dudley - Castle View
5  Noah Bergford - 12 Legend 
9  Matt Rich - Rock Canyon
9  Tre Teague - Douglas County

Boys Discus Throw 5A
3  Tyler Nelson - Douglas County
6  Colton Homuth - Castle View
8  Ryan Holt -  ThunderRidge

Complete results are available on the CHSAA Now Website.

May 26, 2017 | By rmbarber | Category: Athletics and Activities

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