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Chaparral relay, Douglas County sprinter & Highlands Ranch jumpers crowned state champions

LAKEWOOD – Douglas County had an excellent showing at the 2014 Track and Field Championships, with four first-place finishes.

Nearly 100 Douglas County School District students and teams placed during the three-day event at Jefferson County Stadium.

Chaparral High School claimed the 5A state title in the Boys 4 x 800 Meter Relay, with a time of 7:51.32.

Trey Smith, a senior at Douglas County High School finished first in the 5A Boys 100 Meter Dash, with a time of 10.85 seconds.

Finally, two Highlands Ranch High School students topped the podium in jumping events. Senior Connor Turnage in the 5A Boys Triple Jump with a jump measuring 48-09.75. Junior Ben Morgan in the 5A Boys Long Jump with a jump measuring 22-08.50.
 

2014 COLORADO TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Douglas County School District Results

CLASS 5A BOYS

Boys 3200 Meter Run 5A
3 – Connor Weaver, Mountain Vista High School
11 – Paxton Smith, Mountain Vista High School
12 – Forrest Barton, Castle View High School
14 – Blake Graf, Mountain Vista High School
16 – Jacob Lucero, Douglas County High School

Boys 4 x 800 Meter Relay 5A
1 – Chaparral High School
4 – Mountain Vista High School
5 – ThunderRidge High School
6 – Rock Canyon High School
7 – Douglas County High School

Boys Pole Vault 5A
2 – Nolan Ellis, Chaparral High School
10 – Hayden Williams, Mountain Vista High School
10 – Christian Mueller, Castle View High School
13 – Colin Borner, Rock Canyon High School
13 – Joseph Giglio, ThunderRidge High School

Boys High Jump 5A
7 – Trevor Rex, Highlands Ranch High School
10 – Christopher Linnin, Castle View High School
11 – Jack Lamb, Rock Canyon High School

Boys Discus Throw 5A
10 – Blake Jacobs, ThunderRidge High School

Boys Long Jump 5A
1 – Ben Morgan, Highlands Ranch High School
7 – Connor Turnage, Highlands Ranch High School
8 – Nathanael Norris, Douglas County High School
12 – Jack Lamb, Rock Canyon High School

Boys 800 Meter Run 5A
6 – Devin Reasoner, Chaparral High School
7 – Travis Anderson, Chaparral High School
8 – Dominic Compoz, Chaparral High School

Boys 4 x 200 Meter Relay 5A
4 – Highlands Ranch High School
8 – Douglas County High School

Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 5A
8 – Parker Strahler, Castle View High School

Boys 100 Meter Dash 5A
1 – Trey Smith, Douglas County High School

Boys 400 Meter Dash 5A
7 – Lane Higgins, ThunderRidge High School

Boys 200 Meter Dash 5A
3 – Trey Smith, Douglas County High School

Boys 4 X 100 Meter Relay 5A
5 – Douglas County High School

Boys 1600 Meter Run 5A

2 – Domini Compoz, Chaparral High School
3 – Andrew Walton, Mountain Vista High School
6 – Connor Weaver, Mountain Vista High School
15 – Travis Anderson, Chaparral High School
18 – Paul Moore, ThunderRidge High School

Boys 4 x 400 Meter Relay 5A
4 – ThunderRidge High School
7 – Chaparral High School
8 – Highlands Ranch High School

Boys Triple Jump 5A
1 – Connor Turnage, Highlands Ranch High School
9 – Nathanael Norris, Douglas County High School
10 – Nathanael Smith, Douglas County High School
12 – Jack Lamb, Rock Canyon High School
14 – Josh Warren, ThunderRidge High School

Boys Shot Put 5A
2 – Blake Jacobs, ThunderRidge High School

 

CLASS 5A GIRLS

Girls 3200 Meter Run 5A
9 – Catherine Liggett, Legend High School
10 – Savanna Dalton, Castle View High School

Girls 4 x 800 Meter Relay 5A
4 – ThunderRidge High School
7 – Mountain Vista High School
13 – Castle View High School
16 – Douglas County High School
17 – Highlands Ranch High School
18 – Rock Canyon High School

Girls Long Jump 5A
4 – Ciera Morgan, Highlands Ranch High School
6 – Jayla Balman, Rock Canyon High School

Girls Pole Vault 5A
3 – Christina Stathakis, Castle View High School
5 – Gabrielle Smith, ThunderRidge High School
12 – Abby Rinerson, Rock Canyon High School

Girls Discus Throw 5A
6 – Maya Brown, Castle View High School
14 – Liz Hersey, Legend High School

Girls 800 Sprint Medley 5A
8 – Highlands Ranch

Girls 800 Meter Run 5A
2 – Macy Kreutz, Highlands Ranch High School
3 – Catherine Liggett, Legend High School
5 – Kamryn Hart, ThunderRidge High School
14 – Emma Atwell, ThunderRidge High School
16 – Ashlee Johnson, Mountain Vista High School

Girls 4 x 200 Meter Relay 5A
8 – Highlands Ranch High School

Girls High Jump 5A
11 – Mackenzie Pettit, Castle View High School
11 – Megan Wenham, ThunderRidge High School

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 5A
7 – Cassidy Zurn, ThunderRidge High School

Girls 400 Meter Dash 5A
4 – Kamryn Hart, ThunderRidge High School

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles 5A
6 – Cassidy Zurn, ThunderRidge High School

Girls 1600 Meter Run 5A
5 – Catherine Liggett, Legend High School

Girls 4 x 400 Meter Relay 5A
4 – ThunderRidge High School

Girls Shot Put 5A
7 – Sierra Suazo, Castle View High School
9 – Taylor Reiner, ThunderRidge High School
11 – Abby Albrecht, Legend High School
14 – Maya Brown, Castle View High School

Girls Triple Jump 5A
5 – Clara Goodman, Rock Canyon High School
15 – Angela Graves, Castle View High School
17 – Mackenzie Pettit, Castle View High School

 


CLASS 4A BOYS

Boys 3200 Meter Run 4A
9 – Phillip Reid, Ponderosa High School

Boys Discus Throw 4A
7 – Emil Knighton, Ponderosa High School
 

CLASS 4A GIRLS

Girls Triple Jump 4A
13 – Emily Banks, Ponderosa

Girls Shot Put 4A
9 – Kathleen Dorman, Ponderosa High School

Girls Long Jump 4A
5 – Miranda Goes, Ponderosa High School
17 – Emily Banks, Ponderosa High School
 
Girls 4 x 100 Meter Relay 4A
4 – Ponderosa High School

 


CLASS 2A BOYS

Boys 3200 Meter Run 2A
2 – Ben Butler SkyView Academy
16 – Isaac Holm, SkyView Academy
 


CLASS 2A GIRLS

Girls Long Jump 2A
17 – Mary Satkowski, SkyView Academy
 


SPECIAL OLYMPICS

Boys 100 Meter Dash - Special Olympics
12 – Andrew Bauer, Highlands Ranch High School
16 – Hunter Dvorak, Douglas County High School

Boys 200 Meter Dash - Special Olympics
6 – Andrew Bauer, Highlands Ranch High School

Boys 100 Meter Dash Special Olympics

11 – Andrew Bauer, Highlands Ranch High School

 


TEAM RANKINGS – DCSD Schools

5A Boys
6 – Chaparral High School
8 – Highlands Ranch High School
10 – Douglas County High School
13 – Mountain Vista High School
14 – ThunderRidge High School
39 – Rock Canyon High School
43- Castle View High School

5A Girls
9 – ThunderRidge High School
17 – Highlands Ranch High School
21 – Castle View High School
22 – Legend High School
27 – Rock Canyon High School
32 – Mountain Vista High School

4A Boys
35 – Ponderosa High School

4A Girls
23  - Ponderosa High School

2A Boys
19 – SkyView Academy
 

READ MORE: CHSAA NOW- Complete Track & Field State Championship Results

May 18, 2014 | By rmbarber | Category: Athletics and Activities, High School Education

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