Lee Williams crowned at Knights of Columbus meet

Kensington Penny competes in the shot put April 13 at Lee Williams High School. Penny was fifth for the Vols at the Knights of Columbus Invitational at Bourgade Catholic Saturday in Phoenix. (SHAWN BYRNE/Miner)

Kensington Penny competes in the shot put April 13 at Lee Williams High School. Penny was fifth for the Vols at the Knights of Columbus Invitational at Bourgade Catholic Saturday in Phoenix. (SHAWN BYRNE/Miner)

KINGMAN - Another week closer to the May 6 state championship meet and another meet of solid performances for the Lee Williams boys and girls track and field teams.

The Volunteers won both meets at the Knights of Columbus Invitational at Bourgade Catholic Saturday in Phoenix.

The boys won their meet by edging past Scottsdale Prep in the 16-team meet, 108-103, as the Vols earned 15 top-five finishes and three wins. Third place went to Glendale Prep (71). The Lady Vols also squeaked past Scottsdale Prep, 150-147. Arete Prep (81) came in third in the 18-team meet. Lee Williams landed 21 finishes in the top five and had two wins.

Giancarlo Narvarte gave the Lee Williams boys two of their three wins. He easily won the high jump at 5 feet, 8 inches. Narvarte's season high is 6-6. Diego Narvarte (5-8) finished third, and David Herrera (5-4) came in fifth.

Giancarlo Narvarte also won the triple jump, bounding 37-4.50.

Peyton Cardiff took the win in the 800 meters, running the distance in 2 minutes, 2.81 seconds.

Devan Salmon (54.29) earned a top-five finish in the 400, coming in fourth.

Lee Williams got three of the top five in the 110 high hurdles. Nicholas Bauer (16.63) was second, Enzo Marino (17.00) came in third, and Zack Tempert (17.59) finished fifth.

Bauer (44.35) was fourth in the 300 hurdles.

The 4x400 relay team (3:40.94) grabbed second place for the Vols.

Kael Juelfs (40-01.5) was third in the shot put, and Kensington Penny (39-02.25) was fifth. Penny (120-07.5) threw for another top-five and took fourth in the discus. Edmond Ashton (118-07) came in fifth.

Marli Lauck led the Lad Vols by winning the triple jump at 30-06, and Sienna Cobanovich won the high jump at 4-6. Madi Arave (4-6) was second in the high jump.

Cobanovich (13.46) finished third and was followed by Madeline Tribbett (13.53) in fourth place in the 100.

Jaeden Samson (29.07) came in fourth in the 200.

Darleen Bland (1:07.6) had a fourth-place finish in the 400, and Samson (1:07.89) was fifth.

Alondra Correa (13:57.85) cracked the top three in the 3200 by coming in third.

Lillian Rapp (16.98) was second in the 100 high hurdles, and Trysta Rucker (17.11) followed close behind for third place. In the 300 hurdles, Rucker (52.0) was third and Melisa Davis (52.66) finished in fourth.

Each of the relay teams were in the top five for the Lady Vols. The 4x100 (54.0) was second, 4x400 (4:33.39) came in the third, and the 4x800 (11:01.94) finished in second.

Sadie Snay (29-04.25) threw for fifth place in the shot put and came in third in the discus with a toss of 96-03.5. Sarah Harvancik (84-07) came in fifth.

Arave (15-02.5) finished third in the long jump, and Tribbett (14-00.5) was fourth for the Lady Vols.

Lee Williams hosted the six-team Colorado River Region Championships Tuesday. Results were not available by deadline. The Vols are scheduled to be at the 19-team Viper Classic today in Buckeye.