Friday’s state track action postponed because of weather

Sargent High School’s Bailey Asbell clears a hurdle at the state track meet Thursday at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood. Asbell finished sixth overall and has advanced to the finals (Courtesy photo by Eric R. Flores).

ALAMOSA – Because of weather, Friday’s scheduled events in the Colorado High School Activities Association track meets have been postponed.

Friday’s events are tentatively scheduled to take place on Saturday, and Saturday’s events have moved to Sunday.

Here are results for local athletes from Thursday.

Class 3A


The Alamosa girls are tied for fourth place in the standings with 12 points. Leading the Mean Moose is Aani Hardesty who has qualified for the finals in the 100-meter dash. She had a third-place finish in a time of 12.79 seconds.

Only one other Alamosa girl competed in an individual event on Thursday as Lia Castillo tied for 10th place in the high jump at 4-11.

In addition to the girls 4x800meter relay team of Lia Castillo, Madeline Castillo, Autumn McQuitty and Elzabeth McQuitty, which finished third in 9:55.29, one other girls relay team ran. The 800-meter sprint medley relay team of Miquela Abeyta, Avery Mobbley, Whitney Thong and Lily Heersink, finished in 12th place in 1:58.50.

The Alamosa boys are tied for 12th place with six points. Jaxon Morgan took fourth place in the pole vault at 12-0.

Mario Villalba ran in the 3,200-meter run on Thursday but finished in 16th place in 10:48.15.

The 4x800-meter relay team of Jayr Almeida, Izaiah Casanova, Isaac Higareda and Santiago Trujillo placed 10th in 8:30.96.

Class 2A


The Centauri boys are tied for 19th place with one point. The Falcons’ only scorer was Ben Tailleur who finished ninth in the long jump at 19-6.

Two other Centauri boys advanced to the finals. Mason Claunch advanced in two events including the 100 with a fifth-place finish of 11.44 and in the 400 with a fourth-place finish in 51.27.

Deven Brady advanced in the 200 with a seventh-place finish in 23.19. He also competed in the 100 but missed the finals by finishing 13th in 11.53.

Also competing in preliminaries were Austin Stockebrand who was 14th in the 110-meter high hurdles in 17.32, and Richardson Tailleur who was 14th in the 400 in 53.04.

The 4x200-meter relay team of Claunch, Brady and the Tailleurs finished sixth in 1:33.28 to qualify for finals.

The 4x800 team of Mason Sowards, Ivan Lopez, Carson Bagwell, Tyrel Hostetter placed 16th in 9:06.61.

The Centauri girls are tied for ninth place with five points. Scoring for the Lady Falcons was the 4x800 team of Austyn Shawcroft, Tayte Hostetter, Kaia Skadberg and Jocelyn Jarvies, which took fifth place in 10:42.02.

In the 4x200 preliminaries, Hannah Guymon, Ariana Robins, Austin Shawcroft, amd Braelyn Tucker were 17th in 1:59.08.

Tucker was also 18th in the 200 in 28.69.


The season came to an end for Center as its only representative, Alexis Varela, failed to advance to the finals. She was 17th in the 200 in 28.63 and 18th in the 100 in 14.69.

Del Norte

Del Norte had only one athlete compete on Thursday as Michael Laymon was 17th in the long jump at 18-2 ½.

Monte Vista

For Monte Vista, Jack Noonan was 19th in the long jump at 17-10. Alex Felix did not record a mark in the shot put.

The 4x200 team of Noonan, Damian Lopez, Memphis Garcia and Addan Heredia was 13th in 1:35.38.


Sargent had one athlete qualify for the finals as Bailey Asbell finished sixth in the 100 hurdles in 16.93.

Also competing for the Lady Farmers was Saige Hostetter who was 11th in the 400 in 1:03.81.

Class 1A


Creede’s season has been concluded as Ryder Whitehorn placed 10th in the shot put at 38-2 ½.


The Sanford boys are tied for 11th place with five points. Ren Canty is the Indians only scorer as he took fifth place in the 3,200 in 11:04.56.

The Lady Indians are tied for 14th with three points. The 800 sprint medley relay team of Asia Caldon, Brooklyn Reynolds, Makenzie Reynolds and Riley Canty took seventh place in 2:00.40.

Sangre de Cristo

Sangre de Cristo did not compete in any events on Thursday.


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