Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

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April 19, 2013

Frost boys, girls each sending 11 to regional track meet

- — The Frost girls dominated the District 19- and 20-1A Divison II Area track championships, almost doubling its nearest competitor in terms of team points. The girls and the boys will be sending 11 participants on to the regional meet.

The Lady Bears racked up 185 points. Coolidge was second with 94.

Frost had 10 first-place finishes, including all three relays. Jasmyn Steels was on two of the relays, and won gold medals in the 100, long jump and triple jump.

On the boys side, Josh Riojas won the 1,600, 3,200 and was third in the 110-meter hurdles. Daniel Steels advanced in five events.

All 11 participants from Frost advanced to the Region III-1A Division II meet April 26-27 at Bullard.

Here are the individual results for the Lady Bears regional qualifiers:

• 100M, 1. Jasmyn Steels;

• 200M, 3. Kadee Bowling, 6. Heather Montgomery;

• 400M, 2. Diana Rios, 3. Hillaree Schwartz;

• 800M, 1. Rios, 4. Maria Suaste;

• 1,600M, 5. Katelyn Sanford;

• 3,200M, 1. Suaste, 4. Katelyn Sanford;

• 4x100M relay, 1. Frost (Dakota Lassetter, Schwartz, Kadee Bowling,

Jasmyn Steels);

• 4x200M relay, 1. Frost (Lassetter, Morgan Elmore, Kadee Bowling,

Montgomery);

• 4x400M relay, 1. Frost (Rios, Schwartz, Kaycee Bowling, Jasmyn

Steels);

• 100M hurdles, 6. Jae Moore;

• 300M hurdles, 1. Moore;

• Long Jump, 1. Jasmyn Steels;

• Discus, 6. Moore;

• Triple Jump, 1. Jasmyn Steels;

• High Jump, 2. Moore;

• Pole Vault, 1. Kadee Bowling, 2. Lassetter, 3. Morgan Elmore.

Here are the results for the boys regional qualifiers:

• 100M, 2. Danial Steels 11.38;

• 200M, 3. Daniel Steels 24.22;

• 1,600M, 1. Riojas, 5:21.36;

• 3,200M, 1. Riojas, 12:02.97;

• 4x100M relay, 3. Frost (Jacob Stroder, Robert Worley, Mason Ferguson, Danial Steels);

• 4x400M relay, 2. Frost (Cody Campbell, Colton Clayton, Ferguson, Damian Hernandez);

• 110M hurdles, 3. Riojas, 18.11;

• 300M hurdles, 4. Laton Eastman 49.02;

• Discus, 1. Maliko Bruce 131-8, 2. Danial Steels 120-8, 3. Chris Belcher 112-0;

• Triple Jump, 3. Stroder 38-5 3/4;

• High Jump, 1. Danial Steels, 5-3, 2. Stroder 5-3.

Girls Team Point Totals

1. Frost 185

2. Coolidge 94

3. Milford 75

4. Abbott 73

5. Avalon 56

6. Aquilla 48

7. Penelope 46

8. Irving Universal 27

9. Waxahachie Advantage 6

10. Mount Calm 1

 

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