KINGMAN - Kingman High's Darian Kamin had a record day last week at the Lake Havasu Last Chance Qualifier.
Kamin broke the school record in the 300-meter hurdles by placing first with a time of 39.54, and placed first in the 110-meter hurdles (16.10) and first in the 200 meters (23.53).
Kamin has state provisional qualifying times in the 110-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles and will look to make those provisional qualifying times into automatic qualifying times this week when the Bulldogs travel to the Northwest Region meet.
"We had a pretty good meet," said KHS coach Rob York. "We still don't have any automatic qualifiers, but we've got some kids with provisional times."
Along with Kamin, Cristian Gutierrez has provisionals in shot put and discus. In Havasu, he placed first in both events.
Other high finishers for the Bulldogs included Preston Hammond's first-place finish in the 800 meters (2:05.11) and Jesse Marquez, first in the 1600 meters (4:49.97), besting teammate Shaun Wooten's fourth-place finish by 11 seconds. Patrick Webb finished second in the 3200 meters (10:41.52) and the 4x800 relay team of Webb, Wooten Hammond and Tanner Cardiff finished first with a time of 8:41.35.
On the girls side, Amber Tackett finished first in the shot put and discus as she looks earn a spot in the state meet. Tackett already holds provisional throws in both events and joins Paulina Delgado's provisional time in the 300-meter hurdles and the 4x800 relay team of Paige Cardiff, Heather Weninger, Amanda Williams and Haley Moore.
Delgado took first in the 300-meter hurdles (48.62) and the 4x800 relay team of Weninger, Williams, Moore and Alexis Bathauer took first with a time of 10:49.
Other placers for the Lady Bulldogs included Cardiff's first place in the 1600 meters (5:44.95) and a second-place showing in the 3200 meters (13:20.21). Delgado finished third in the 100-meter hurdles (17.70), took second in the long jump and third in the triple jump. Sydney Stephens took third in the 400 meters (1:05.93) and Rachyle Lawson placed fourth in the 200 meters (29.77) and sixth in the 100 meters (14.69)
While KHS only has provisional qualifiers for the state track, York is expecting those provisional times will turn into automatic times at the region meet.
"We will have kids in the finals of a bunch of events," York said. "I'm looking for some top finishes from some of our athletes."