Lee Williams track sweeps Kingman Multi
Volunteers boys win by 15, Lady Vols by 27
KINGMAN - It all came down to the final two events that determined the meet winners at the six-team Kingman Multi track meet Wednesday.
Lee Williams pulled it out in the end for a sweep with the boys winning by 15 points and the Lady Vols grabbed the victory by 27.
The Volunteers finished with 188, followed by Lake Havasu (173), Mohave (69), Kingman (40), River Valley (10), and Parker (9).
The Lady Vols scored 190 and were followed by Lake Havasu (163), Kingman (56), Mohave (48), River Valley (12) and Parker (1).
In the boys 3200-meter run, Lee Williams came up big by taking first (Brendon Allred, 10 minutes, 24.07 seconds), second (Zach Moyd) and fourth (Andrew Herrera). The Vols were further aided by the 4x400 relay team (Chris Marcus, Justin Sturgill, Aaron Martinez and Peyton Cardiff) that finished first in 3:35.04.
Lee Williams took first in four other events, including Kael Juelfs win in the shot put. His heave of 45 feet, 11 inches has him automatically qualified for the state championship meet and is currently the fourth longest in Division III.
Peyton Cardiff won the 1600 in 4:52.65 with Allred in second and Moyd finishing third. Giancarlo Narvarte won the high jump at 6-4, and Shannon Townes took second and qualified at 6-2. The 4x800 team (Allred, Herrera, Moyd, Cardiff) also took first.
The Lady Vols were paced by taking first in five events and coming in second-place seven times.
Trysta Rucker won the 100 hurdles in 16.01 with teammate Lillian Rapp (16.14) on her heels. Rucker also took the 300 hurdles (52.78). The 4x100 team (Sienna Cobanovich, Rapp, Olivia Diaz, Jaeden Samson) won the event in 53.76. Sadie Snay won the shot put at 29-08.5, and Madeline Tribbett won the long jump at 14-03.75.
The Kingman boys were shut out from the win department, but Robert Clark (2:15.47) finished second in the 800.
The Lady Bulldogs had one first-place winner and finished second in three events. Rachel Torres won the 400 in 1:10. Courtney Mossor (54.62) was second in the 300 hurdles, and Kim Carroll and Annika Rivedal finished tied for second in the discus at 80 feet.
Lee Williams and Kingman are at the Lee Williams Multi Wednesday at LWHS. The field events start at 3:15 p.m. and the track events begin at 3:30 p.m.