Butts wins 400 at Norm MacKenzie Invitational

Kohner Butts wins the 400 meters during the Warriors home track meet on Tuesday, April 24. Photo by Eric Lucero

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Facing 24 others schools in a very competitive meet, the Winters High School track team made their presence known at the Norm MacKenzie Invitational track meet hosted by Las Plumas. Winters traveled to Oroville on Saturday, April 28, and had some very impressive performances from a few individuals.

Kohner Butts led the way for the Warriors, winning the 400 with a time of 51.48, and placed third in the 800 in 2:02.18.  Also making the top 10 for the varsity boys was Claudio Reyes in the 200. Reyes clocked a 26.53 for a fifth place finish. Lorenzo Mera made the top ten in the mile, clocking a personal best 5:55.39.

Albert Ramos placed fifth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 46.51 and took second place in the triple jump with a distance of 39’5”. Anthony Jimenez placed sixth in the long jump with a leap of 17’6”. The 4×100 relay team of Ryan Andersen, Ramos, Reyes and Butts took third place with a time of 47.34 and the 4×400 relay team of Jimenez, Ramos, Reyes and Butts took second place in 3:42.17.

Jules Jiminez made the top ten in the varsity girls 100 with a time of 13.92 for a sixth place finish, while Molly Moore placed eighth in the triple jump with a jump of 27’11.5”. For the JV girls, Aide Aguilera placed sixth in the shotput with a toss of 24’9” and was eighth in the discus with a throw of 64’3”.

Jorge Luis Fernandez made the top ten for the JV boys with a fifth place finish in the 300 hurdles with a time of 45.75, while JuanPablo Garcia took second place in the long jump at 17’0.25” and was seventh in the triple jump at 33’8”.

All stats can be found on Ahtletic.net. The Warriors hosted their own meet on Tuesday, April 24, but no stats were available for that meet.

Katie Rotenkolber in the back and Jules Jiminez in the front execute a near perfect hand off during the final leg of the varsity girls 4×100 relay.
Photo by Eric Lucero
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