Lee Williams track keeps on dominating

Volunteers sweep Route 66 Invitational; Lady Vols crush the field

Giancarlo Narvarte clears 6 feet, 4 inches in the high jump at the Kingman Multi on April 6. Narvarte won Saturday’s Route 66 Invitational, going over the bar at 6-6. (SHAWN BYRNE/Miner)

Giancarlo Narvarte clears 6 feet, 4 inches in the high jump at the Kingman Multi on April 6. Narvarte won Saturday’s Route 66 Invitational, going over the bar at 6-6. (SHAWN BYRNE/Miner)

KINGMAN - Another track and field meet, another dominating team performances for Lee Williams boys and girls track.

The Lady Volunteers completely owned Saturday's Route 66 Invitational at LWHS with 259 points. Lake Havasu was second with 67, Kingman (45) third, Mohave (42) fourth, Tuba City (40) fifth, and Many Farms (26) sixth.

Lee Williams boys took their meet with 175 points. Mohave (108) was second, Havasu (107.5) third, Tuba City (55) fourth, Kingman (28.5) fifth and Many Farms (11) was sixth.

The Lady Volunteers finished 1-2-3 in the 100 meters with Sienna Cobanovich winning in 13.30 seconds. Madeline Tribbett (13.43) came in second and Jaeden Samson (13.69) was third. Cobanovich's time has her at No. 10 in Division III.

Lee Williams went 1-2-3 again, this time in the 400. Darleen Bland (1:06.88) was first, Samson (1:06.98) second and Meah Wilson (1:10.74) came in third.

Sadie Snay won the 800 in 2:45.83 and Wilson (2:46.88) was second.

The Lady Vols finished 1-2 in the 100 high hurdles. Lillian Rapp just missed an automatic qualifier with a time of 16.99, and Trysta Rucker (17.15) came in second. Rapp's time has her No. 3 in D-III.

It was Rucker capturing the 300 hurdles in 53.78.

The Lee Williams 4x100 relay team (Cobanovich, Rapp, Bland, Samson) took the event in 54.53. The 4x800 squad (Jackie Millim, Alondra Correa, Wilson, Snay) won in 11:48.58.

Snay won the shot put and the discus. She took the shot put with a throw of 29 feet, 11.5 inches, and won the discus with a heave of 93-01.

Madi Arave gave the Lady Vols the win in the long jump at 16-03, which is an automatic qualifying mark and has Arave tied for third in D-III.

Marli Lauck won the triple jump for Lee Williams with leaps totaling 30-09.

Kingman's top finisher on the day was Ahnika Rivedal in the discus. Rivedal threw 92-02 for second place, and the Lady Bulldogs' Kim Carroll (90-09) followed Rivedal in third place. Courtney Mossor finished third in the 100 hurdles at 18.36.

Peyton Cardiff gave the Lee Williams boys a first-place finish in the 1600 with a time of 4:43.18.

Nicholas Bauer, Enzo Marino and Zack Tempert gave the Vols a 1-2-3 running in the 110 hurdles. Bauer won in 16.65, Marino (17.36) was second and Tempert (17.41) came in third.

The Lee Williams 4x800 team (Brendon Allred, Andrew Herrera, Cayden Robles, Cardiff) won the event in 9:03.70.

Giancarlo Narvarte won the high jump for the Vols with an automatic qualifying mark at 6-06. Narvarte, the 2014 state champion, is currently No. 2 in D-III.

Kingman's 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams each finished in third place. The 4x1 squad (Isiah Perez, Damon Heidorf, Andreaz Jones, Chris Volk) ran in 47.47, and the 4x4 team (Heidorf, Robert Clark, Volk, Perez) came in at 3:53.02.

Lee Williams and Kingman next compete at today's Havasu Last Chance meet in Lake Havasu City.