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Middle schoolers run final races

Marble Valley's Maeve Nave, far left, hands off to speedy anchor Hailey Magnilia in the girls 4 x 100 relay at the County Sports League end of the season track meet. Marble Valley ended up with a personal best 57.94 and took second place to Pleasant Valley. Courtesy photo
Marble Valley's Maeve Nave, far left, hands off to speedy anchor Hailey Magnilia in the girls 4 x 100 relay at the County Sports League end of the season track meet. Marble Valley ended up with a personal best 57.94 and took second place to Pleasant Valley. Courtesy photo

Union Mine High School hosted the County Sports League’s final middle school track meet last weekend.

The results are as follows:

Girls

65 hurdles: Girls A — 1-HGR-Elizabeth Vaccaro, 11.42. Girls B — 1-PV-Breanne Gloia, 11.44. Girls C — 1-GHI-Julia Lathrop, 11:47;

Mile: Girls B — 1-MAR-Danny Destefano, 8:39.83. Girls C — NOR-Madisyn Schmitz, 6:17.56;

400: Girls A — 1-HGR-Allison Babbage, 1:07.75. Girls B — 1-MAR-Madelyn Davis, 1:19.56. Girls C — 1-GHI-Sarah Adams, 1:16.69;

100: Girls A — 1-MV-Hailey Magnilla, 13.75. Girls B — 1-MAR-Megan Tatum, 14.12. Girls C — 1-HGR-Sarah Holm, 14.69;

200: Girls A — 1-MV-Hailey Magnilla, 29.56. Girls B — 1-CMP-Erin Ling, 29.63. Girls C-1-HGR-Sarah Holm, 30.70;

800: Girls A — 1-PV-Katelyn Covitch, 2:45.19. Girls B — 1-CAM-Allison Marcus, 3:06.27. Girls C-1-MAR-Caleigh McBride, 2:56.88;

High Jump: Girls A — 1-NOR, Katelyn Swatski, 4 feet, 10 inches. Girls C — 1-HGR-Alexis Gautschi, 4 feet, 1 inches;

Long Jump: Girls A — tie for 1st, PV-Katelyn Covitch, SR-Arianna Pizzuti, 13 feet, 4 inches. Girls B — 1-PV-Breanna Gioia, 13 feet, 3 inches. Girls C — 1-HGR-Sarah Holm, 12 feet,  6 inches;

Shot Put: Girls A — 1-CAM-Serena Franz, 33 feet, . Girls B — 1-PV-Breanna Gioia, 31 feet,  3 1/2 inches. Girls C — 1-PV-McKenzie Staggers, 24 feet,  5 1/2 inches.

Boys

65 hurdles: Boys A — 1-HGR-Jeremy Dupras, 10.5. Boys B — 1-PV-Austin Maraville, 10:50. Boys C — 1-HGR-Anthony Smyile, 11.5;

Mile: Boys A — 1-GTR-Kyle Kauffman, 5:17.43. Boys B — 1-GTR-6:05.00. Boys C — 1-HGR-Anthony Smylie, 5:48.06;

400: Boys A — 1-GTR-Logan Weekly-Wilson, 59.03. Boys B — 1-PV-Ryan Guderyon, 1:03.88. Boys C — 1-PV-Jared Leu, 1:06.51;

100: Boys A — 1-PV-Mikey O feet, Neil, 10.22. Boys B — 1-MAR-Svan Joseph, 12.62. Boys C — 1-PV-Antonio Vidal, 13.56;

200: Boys A — 1-PV-Mikey O feet, Neil, 25.44. Boys B — 1-PV-Ryan Guderyon, 28.06. Boys C — 1-PV-Antonio Vidal, 28.08;

800: Boys A — 1-NOR-Deo Avalos, 2:22.82. Boys B — 1-CAM-Manuel Morales, 2:36.88. Boys C — 1-PV-Drake Barber, 2:53.06;

High Jump: Boys A — 1-NOR-Stuart Cayot, 5 feet, 4 inches. Boys B — 1-NOR-Eric Yamzon, 4 feet, 12 inches. Boys C — 1-SR-Dante Cairns, 4 feet, 7 inches;

Long Jump: Boys A — 1-CMP-Michael Kontonickas, 17 feet,  7 3/4 inches. Boys B — 1-NOR-Erin Yamzon, 16 feet,  4 1/2 inches. Boys C — 1-HGR-Conner Maranville, 14 feet,  1 1/2 inches;

Shot Put: Boys A — 1-HGR-Brandon Reese, 42 feet,  7 1/2 inches. Boys B — 1-PV-Traven Tanger, 30 feet,  11 inches. Boys C — 1-HGR, Conner Maranville, 34 feet,  11 inches.

Abbreviations: Geo: Georgetown; GHI: Golden Hills; GTR: Gold Trail; HG: Herbert Green; MAR: Markham; NOR: Northside; PV: Pleasant Valley; SR: Sierra Ridge; CAM: Camino; CMP: California Montessori Project; MV: Marble Valley.

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