Several track athletes move on to NSCIF Championships

Anthony Jimenez competes in the 200 meter in a home meet on Tuesday, April 23. Photo by Jeffrey Rawlinson.

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The Winters High School track and field team competed in the California Interscholastic Federation, North Section Division III Championships. They traveled to Yuba College in Marysville on Friday, May 10 to compete at the college’s sports complex. The Warriors competed at their best, and would have had to place first in their events to move on to the next round, the NSCIF Championships. “During Friday’s meet we had a great effort from the entire team, facing tough competition yet still being able to have several athletes move on to the sectional championship,’ said Coach Jules Damey. “Albert Ramos took first place in the triple jump and is moving on to the next round, as are the Varsity Boys 4×100 relay team who also took first.” The majority of the team that competed at the NSCIF DIvision III Championship were the varsity boys. Anthony Jimenez ran the 100 meter and placed fourth with a time of 11.76. Jimenez competed in the long jump. Jimenez jumped a distance of 18 feet 9.75 inches placing fifth. Jimenez also ran the 4×100 relay and 4×400 relay. Albert Ramos ran in the 400 with a time of 55.48 taking fifth place. Ramos competed in the triple jump placing first in the event with a distance of 42-2.5, Ramos set a personal record. Ramos also ran the 4×100 relay and 4×400 relay. Jaxson Davis rant the 800, his time was 2:19.56 and he placed sixth. Brandon Colter competed in the 1600 placing seventh with a time of 5:06.64. Ryan Andersen ran in the 100 hurdles. Andersen placed fifth with time of 18.71. In the high jump Andersen jump a height of 5-06, he placed sixth. Andersen also ran in 4×100 relay. Christian Gonzalez and Juan Blanco both competed in the 300 hurdles. Gonzalez placed seventh and Blanco placing eighth, almost 2 seconds behind Gonzalez with a time of 51.73. Avondre Coleman-Tucker Competed in the two throwing events. In the shot put Coleman-Tucker threw for a distance of 46-1.5 placing second. In the Discus Coleman-Tucker threw for 129-07 and placed fourth. Garrett Matheson competed in the high jump and jumped a height of 5-08. Matheson placed fourth. JuanPablo  Garcia competed in the triple jump. Garcia jumped a distance of 37-9.5 and placed third. Garcia also ran in the 4X100 relay and 4X400 Relay.   In the 4×100 relay Andersen, Ramos, Garcia, and Jimenez 45.58 placed fifth. In the 4X400 relay Jimenez, Ramos, Garcia and Jeremy Alberg. These Warriors completed the event with a time of 3:50.38 finishing in fourth place.    Only one of the Warriors competed in the Junior Varsity boys events Dalton Shaw ran the 400 in 1:02.30 placing fifth. Shaw also competed in the 300 hurdles. Shaw finished with a time of 52.52, placing third. Shaw set a personal record in both events. The varsity girls track and field team sent six Warriors to compete for Winters High School. Victoria Banuelos ran the 400 taking fourth place. Banuelos ran it in 1:07.53 Banuelos  with Stephanie Angel Molly Moore and Mallory Layne ran the 4×100 relay also placing fourth. The Warriors’ time was 55.04. In the shot put event the only Warrior to compete was Aide Aguilera. Aguilera threw for 28-10 taking fourth place. The discus event was thrown by Odales Gonzalez. Gonzalez threw the discus 73 feet and placed seventh. The junior varsity girls team had four Warriors go to the NSCIF Division III Championships. Alejandra Junez ran in two events. The first was the 100 were junez ran it in a time of 15.13 placing seventh. Junez’s other event was the 200, which she ran it in 31.85, taking fifth place. Sofia Chavez ran the 800 in 3:12.73, placing second. Celeste Garcia competed in the shot put event. Garcia’s throw was for a distance of 22-10.5 placing second in the event. Garcia also threw the discus. Garcia threw for 58-02 placing sixth, and setting a personal record. In the discus Itzel Rodriguez placed fifth with a distance of 59-02. For many of the Warriors this will be the end of their competitive season on the track and field team. The few who placed first in their event will move on to represent Winters High School at the NSCIF championships. ]]>

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