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Hays High School competes in varsity track meet in Abilene


For the fourth track and field meet of the season, the teams traveled to Abilene on Friday, April 19. The boys team destroyed the competition, taking first place by 53 points, and the girls team also took first by 30 points.

Individual results are as follows below:

100 Meters (Boys) – 2nd Senior Daunte Younker, 4th Senior Malik Bah, 9th Sophomore Holden Lind

200 Meters (Boys) – 6th Senior Malik Bah, 11th Sophomore Holden Lind, 24th Sophomore Jace Myers

400 Meters (Boys) – 4th Junior Taevian Maupin-Dabney, 8th Sophomore Carson Moore, 10th Senior Evan Cosgriff

800 Meters (Boys) – 12th Freshman Brayden Staley, 19th Junior Feyden Hileman

1600 Meters (Boys) – 2nd Senior Elijah McCullough, 12th Junior Feyden Hileman, 17th Freshman Logan Leiker

3200 Meters (Boys) – 3rd Senior Elijah McCullough,14th Freshman Logan Leiker

110 Meters Hurdles (Boys) – 2nd Junior Carson Avery, 9th Freshman Brogan Albers

300 Meters Hurdles (Boys) – 2nd Junior Carson Avery

4×100 (Boys) – 1st Hays A

4×400 (Boys) – 3rd Hays A

4×800 (Boys) – No Team

High Jump (Boys) – 3rd Junior Kamani Jones, 9th Sophomore Carson Moore, 11th Senior Kyzer Fox

Long Jump (Boys) – 4th Senior Daunte Younker, 11th Sophomore Carson Moore

Triple Jump (Boys) – 2nd Junior Kamani Jones, 5th Senior Kyzer Fox, 7th Senior Daunte Younker

Pole Vault (Boys) – 1st Senior Harley Zimmerman, 8th Sophomore Jace Myers

Shot Put (Boys) – 6th Freshman Tanner Geist, 12th Junior Slade Salmans, 13th Freshman Gus Corsair

Discus (Boys) – 1st Freshman Gus Corsair, 7th Sophomore Jaxson Chartier, 23th Junior Will Clark

Javelin (Boys) – 1st Junior Dalton Meyers, 2nd Junior Wyatt Kirkpatrick, 3rd Senior Derek Quach

100 Meters (Girls) – 3rd Freshman Kamyrn McCall, 6th Senior Lilan McGrath, 7th Junior Molly Martin

200 Meters (Girls) – 4th Sophomore Kamyrn McCall, 6th Freshman Lyndi Zimmerman, 7th Senior Lilian McGrath

400 Meter (Girls) – 3rd Sophomore Aralen Maupin, 8th Sophomore Moriah Hallam, 9th Freshman Adalie Kippes

800 Meters (Girls) – 7th Sophomore Makayla Lewallen, 10th Senior Arely Maldonado, 13th Senior Brenlynn Albers

1600 Meters (Girls) – 4th Senior Arley Maldonado, 15th Senior Julia Zadina

3200 Meters (Girls) – 5th Senior Brynn Kinderknecht

100 Meter Hurdles (Girls) – 1st Freshman Lyndi Zimmerman, 12th Sophomore Cara Cunningham

300 Meter Hurdles (Girls) – 4th Freshman Lyndi Zimmerman, 11th Sophomore Cara Cunningham

4×100 (Girls) – 1st Hays A

4×400 (Girls) – 5th Hays A

4×800 (Girls) – 6th Hays A

High Jump (Girls) – 1st Junior Katie Linenberger, 5th Junior Caira Augustine

Long Jump (Girls) – 2nd Freshman Lynsi Kanak, 3rd Senior Lilian McGrath, 7th Sophomore Kamryn McCall

Triple Jump (Girls) – 2nd Freshman Brooke Bieker, 7th Junior Caira Augustine, 9th Freshman Caleh Sanders

Pole Vault (Girls) 6th Freshman Kenlee Vehige

Shot Put (Girls) – 4th Sophomore Zoe Winter, 12th Sophomore Cassidy Smith, 20th Freshman Brooklyn Watson

Discus (Girls) – 14th Sophomore Zoe Winter, 15th Sophomore Cassidy Smith, 25th Freshman Allyson Werth

Javelin (Girls) – 1st Sophomore Rylen Harrington, 17th Freshman Allyson Werth, 19th Sophomore Cassidy Smith

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Feyden Hileman
Feyden Hileman, Asst. Sports/Entertainment Sections Editor
Hi, I’m Feyden Hileman. I am a junior this year and assistant editor for sports and entertainment. I am a part of boys soccer, Leadership, FCA and track.

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