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Aberdeen High School track does well at meets

The Aberdeen Times of Aberdeen, Idaho

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The Aberdeen High School track teams traveled to two meets this past week. They first went to Ririe on Wednesday, April 1 and then to Shelley on Thursday, April 2.

At Ririe, the Aberdeen boys' team placed fifth out of seven teams. The girls' team placed seventh out of seven teams. They competed against Sugar-Salem, Salmon, Ririe, Clark County, Mackay and West Jefferson.

On the boys' side:

Hilario Carrillo placed fourth in the 100 meters. Rivin Mack placed twelfth, Bryson Foster placed seventh, Joseph Lemos placed eighteenth, Dallon Elliott placed twenty-third and Jake Hall placed twenty-seventh. Also competing in the 100 meters was Dexton Wallace, Alex Villafana, Juan Juarez and Jonathan Hernandez, Carrillo placed third in the 200 meter. Hernandez placed thirteenth andElliott placed nineteenth. Also competing were Mack, Villafana and Lemos.

Juarez and Foster competed in the 400 meters.

In the 800 meters Efrain Carrasco placed seventh and Ryan England placed tenth.

England and Carrasco participated in the 1600 meters. England took eleventh place. England also placed tenth in the 3200 meter race.

In the shot put Hernandez place dfifteenth and Wallace placed nineteenth.

Hernandez placed thirteenth and Wallace placed sixteenth in the discus (1.6kg).

Jake Hall competed in the high jump.

In the boys' long jump Lemos took second place, Hall took ninth place, Elliott took eleventh place, Foster took eighteenth and Carrillo also participated.

Foster took sixth in the triple jump, Hall took eighth and Elliott took ninth.

In the girls' track:

Josefina Uribe competed in the 100 meters.

Hannah Wright placed seventh in the 100m hurdles and fifth in the 300m hurdles (30").

In shot put (4kg) Uribe placed fifth and Josie Ledesma placed sixth.

On Thursday, April 2 the teams traveled to the Shelley Invitational. The boys' team placed tenth out of 16 teams and the girls' team placed thirteenth out of 15 teams. The boys competed against Rigby, Firth, Idaho Falls, Skyline, Bear River, Shelley, Century, Blackfoot, Pocatello, Bonneville, South Fremont, Highland, West Side, Teton and Challis. The girls competed against the same teams except West Side was not at the meet for the girls.

Individual results for the boys' team are:

Yonathan Torres placed tenth in the 100 meters, Ethan Elliott placed sixteenth, Hilario Carrillo placed twenty-eighth, Jared Carrasco placed thirty-seventh and Carson Beck placed thirty-eighth.

Ethan Elliott took fourth in the 400 meters, Jared Carrasco took tenth and Beck placed sixteenth.

Juan Juarez participated in the 800 meters.

Aberdeen's relay teams took first in the 4x100 relay and third ( in the 4x200 relay.

In the boys'shot put Cesar Cerna placed eighteenth. Isaac Hernandez and Christian Bravo also participated.

Jonathan Hernandez and Cerna both participated in the discus (1.6kg).

Both Ethan Elliott and

Christian Bravo competed in the long jump. Elliott placed thirteenth. Elliott also took first place in the triple jump.

The girls' team participated in eight events. Their individual results follow.

In the 100 meters Alexis Carrasco placed twelfth, Shantel Rivas placed twenty-fifth, Rosa Palacios placed twenty-sixth and Destanie Ponce participated.

Ponce also participated in the 400 meters.

Patricia Gonzalez and Shantel Rivas placed nineteenth and twentieth in the 100m hurdles (33").

The AHS girls' relay teams placed third in the 4x100 relay and third in the 4x200 relay. Their SMR 100-100-200-400m team placed seventh.

Josefina Uribe placed third in the shot put (4kg) and Zoe Behrend placed sixteenth. Paulina Pelayo also participated.

In the discus (1kg) Jasmine Barajas placed thirty-first, Sasha Pocock placed thirty-fifth, and Behrend also participated.

On Friday, April 10 the teams will head to the Snake River Invitational.

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Original Publication Date: April 8, 2015

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