Nyssa’s Garrett Stoneman took first place in the pole vault competition, clearing 10 feet, 6 inches on the cloudy day. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)
Taking to the track for the first meet of the season, the Antelopes and Bulldogs joined the host Tigers on Friday, March 16. On the girl’s side, the host Tigers took the title with 169.5 points. Nyssa placed second with 105 points and Adrian was third, putting up 98 points.
The Nyssa boys grabbed a second-place team finish behind Fruitland with the Bulldogs scoring 136 points to the Grizzlies’ 177 points. Ontario was in third-place with 95 points and Adrian grabbed the fourth spot with 63 points.
Ontario’s Easton Hartley finished in the top 10 in the javelin competition. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)
Adrian’s Cole Kennedy Gooch helped the Antelopes to a fourth place team finish. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)
Competing in her first high school meet, Nyssa freshman Zoe Salcido ended the day with a best leap of 12 feet, 3 inches. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)
Tiger teammates take out of the blocks during a heat of the 100-meter dash. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)
Ontario’s Abraham Ulloa started the Ontario Icebreaker early as the field events kicked off just after 4 p.m., prior to the running events. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)
The girls 100-meter race took some time as 30 entries participated in the heat races to determine a winner. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)