WHS Track & Field Recap: April 6, 2022

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The Winters High School Warriors hit the road last Wednesday, March 30 and laced up against other schools at Yuba College. Although the competition was stiff, the Warriors — as always — made their presence felt.

In the women’s varsity 100-meter race, Viridiania Reyes took home gold with a personal record (PR) of 13.35 and Makena Driver took fourth with her own PR of 14.00.

Viridiania snagged another PR in the women’s varsity 200-meter with a 28.47 which was good enough for second.

Yarethzy Sanchez took third in the women’s varsity 800-meter with a time of 3:10.22. Meanwhile, Celeste Reyes snagged third with a PR of 3:11.41 in the women’s junior varsity 800-meter.

In the women’s
varsity 100-meter hurdles, Driver finished first clocking in at 18.12.

In the women’s varsity 4×100 relay, the Warrior’s took home second with a time of 56.62.

Meanwhile, in the women’s varsity discus, Lilly Reichel took fourth with a PR toss of 63.05 feet.

On the men’s side of the competition, Tommy Duarte took second in the junior varsity 100-meter with a PR of 12.47.

In the men’s varsity 200-meter, Sanders Clark took home fourth with a time of 26.34.

The Warriors then took care of business in the men’s varsity 400-meter with Christian Hernandez taking first with a time of 55.97 and Clark taking second with a 59.88.

Duarte held down the fort for the men’s junior varsity 400-meter with a 1:02.15 that also scored him first place. Eduardo Reyes took fourth with a time of 1:04.53.

Then in the men’s varsity 1,600-meter, Diego Rodriguez snagged third place with a 5:38.0.

In the men’s junior varsity 100-meter hurdles, Alejandro Cruz took first with a PR of 19.60.

In the men’s junior varsity 300-meter hurdles, Duarte racked up another first for the Warriors with a time of 51.50.

The Warrior junior varsity relay team would then take home third in the 4×100 relay with a time of 51.97.

The next track meet is slated for Saturday, April 9 at the Chico Track & Field Invitational.

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