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Results – Middle School District Track Meet at Harper
Wednesday, April 13, 2011 • Posted April 13, 2011

7th Grade Boys: 2nd Place

Shot Put: Dustin Parmely 1st 

Long Jump: Eddie Toress 1st, Adrian Dominguez 3rd 

Triple Jump: Adrian Dominguez 1st, Eddie Torres 3rd

High Jump: Dustin Parmely 6th

Pole Vault: Trent Dechert 1st, Jared Mayfield 4th 

2400: Trent Dechert 5th, Chris De La Torre 6th

400 Relay: Adrian Dominguez, Eddie Torres, Aaron Uballe, Chase Horton 1st

110 Hurdles: Dustin Parmely 2nd, Jordan Wagner 3rd, Ryan Ronces 5th

100: Adrian Domingues 1st, Conner Anderson 4th

800 Relay: Justin William, Aaron Uballe, Trent Dechert, Chase Horton 3rd

400: Eddie Torres 1st, Conner Anderson 4th

300 Hurdles: Dustin Parmely 2nd, Jordan Wagner 4th

200: Adrian Dominguez 1st, Chase Horton 3rd

1600: Trent Dechert 5th

1600 Relay:  Anderson, Torres, Anthony Hallmark, Parmely 2nd 

8th Grade Boys: 2nd Place

Discus: Aikman Elrod 1st, Hunter Goodman 4th

Shot Put: Aikman Elrod 1st, Alex Juarez 2nd, Hunter Goodman 6th

Long Jump: Logan Dodd 3rd, McKay Adamson 6th

Triple Jump: Dylan Bates 6th

High Jump: Grant Garrow 5th, Dru Ramirez 6th

Pole Vault: Logan Dodd 1st, Dylan Tesch 6th

400 Relay: Aikman Elrod, McKay Adamson, Carson Kipp, Logan Dodd 1st

800: Dylan Bates 2nd

110 Hurdles: Dru Ramirez 3rd, Ty Royce 5th

100: Aikman Elrod 1st, Alex Juarez 5th, Carson Kipp 6th

800 Relay: Logan Dodd, Dylan Bates, McKay Adamson, Kyle Gray 1st

400: Devlin Moore 5th, Grant Garron 6th

300 Hurdles: Dru Ramirez 3rd

200: Aikman Elrod 1st, Carson Kipp T4th, Logan Dodd T4th 

1600 Relay: Devlin Moore, Kyle Gray, Dylan Bates, McKay Adamson 2nd

Middle School Boys Track Records set this year: 

7th Grade: Long Jump 17’ 10” – Adrian Dominguez; Pole Vault 8’ – Trent Dechert; 330 Hurdles 47:95 and 110 Hurdles 18:82 – Dustin Parmely

8th Grade: 4 X 100 47:79  – McKay Adamson, Aikman Elrod, Logan Dodd, Carson Kipp 


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