Class 2A All-Southern Peaks League track and field selections

Sargent's Bailey Asbell (Courier photo by Ken Hamrick).

ALAMOSA – The Southern Peaks League released its All-League track and field teams at the end of May.

The All-League teams were based on MaxPreps state leaders as of May 23 which was just after the state tournaments.

In the girls division, Del Norte and Sargent both had two selections. For the Lady Tigers, Aubriana Peerman earned All-League honors in the shot put and discus, while Shelby Van Zalinge earned the honors in the pole vault. For the Lady Farmers, Bailey Asbell was All-League in the 100-meter high hurdles and the 300-meter intermediate hurdles, and Saige Hostetter was All-League in the 400-meter dash.

Also earning All-League honors in the girls division was Center’s Alexis Varela who won these honors in the 100- and 200-meter dashes.

Center also earned All-League in the 4x100 and 4x200 relays, and Sargent was All-League in the 800-meter sprint medley.

In the boys division, Del Norte had three selections. Riley Orr won All-League in the 400-meters and the pole vault, Michael Laymon earned All-League in the long jump and high jump, and Colby Gandy earned All-League honors in the 800-meter run.

Sargent had two selections in Cooper Gosar in the 200 meters and Westen Burkhart in the 300 hurdles.

Another SLV male athlete to win All-League was Center’s Cael Ruggles in the shot put and discus.

Del Norte was All-League in the 4x200, 4x400 and 4x800 relays, and Center won the same honors in the 4x100.

Rounding out the All-League selections on the girls side were Crested Butte’s Ruby Pendy in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 runs, Crested Butte’s Hayes Freeman in the long jump, and Crested Butte’s Sam Merck in the high jump.

Crested Butte was All-League in the girls 4x400 and 4x800 relays.

There was no All-League selection in the girls triple jump.

The remaining All-SPL boys athletes were Crested Butte’s Davis McNeil in the 100 and triple jump, Crested Butte’s Jake Pendy in the 1,600, Crested Butte’s Connor Williams in the 3,200, and Crested Butte’s Asher Arell in the 110 hurdles.


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