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Area Track results and schedules


Last updated 3/3/2020 at Noon

Photo: Kollyn Brown of LC-M was a winner at Orangefield in the shot put.

There are plenty of bouquets and rose ceremonies to conduct as The Bachelor is about to start in another part of our house. So let’s pass out a few roses. First, to the BISD for bringing back its meet

ast weekend after 30 years of the YMBL Relays. Second, to the BISD for calling it the Ed Taylor Relays. Ed would be humbled to have it named after him.

Seven new girls area leaders and eight new boys area leaders emerged from the meet. Ed would be proud of those athletes too. As for team numbers, North Shore and the Titans definitely could win

state team titles in 6A and 5A so the quality was excellent.

More team roses go out to PN-G’s Girls and Bridge City’s Boys for the Team championships at the Bobcat Relays. Josh Smalley and the fine coaching crew at OHS ran off a strong meet producing 11 area-bests.

Those East Chambers Bucs came home with good stuff at Anahuac too. Area teams will spread out this week before many of them take off for spring break. There are at least nine meets scheduled in Southeast Texas during the upcoming Thursday-thru-Saturday window.

More schools (11) and max media exposure should be offered Thursday at the 43rd annual Bridge City meet in Larry Ward Stadium. Thursday offers a smaller area meet with the Longhorn Relays in Hamshire. Rather than stay closer to home, Nederland plans to confront Barbers Hill and Baytown schools at the Eagle Relays in Mont Belvieu on Thursday afternoon.

Port Arthur and West Brook’s explosive squads travel on Friday morning to Clear Creek High School and find plenty of competition at the Ruben Jordan Classic. That invitational ought to deliver some fast times.

Beaumont United has an interesting Saturday afternoon date in Houston with numerous Aldine ISD and other Houston-area schools at the MB Donaldson Relays in Bill Smith Stadium.


As of March 1

DISCUS — Girls: Kailynn Williams, Bmt United (senior), 116-6; Boys: Terrance Jackson, Bmt United (senior), 158-3.

SHOT PUT — Girls: Kailynn Williams, Bmt United (senior), 39-7; Boys: Tre’Vantae Caines, PA Memorial (junior), 52-9.5.

HIGH JUMP — Girls: Caryss Carpenter, Bridge City (sophomore), 5-6; Boys: Trent Guidry, East Chambers (senior), 6-4.

LONG JUMP — Girls: Sanaria Butler, PN-G (sophomore), 17-0.5; Boys: James Ward, PA Memorial (junior), 22-8.5.

TRIPLE JUMP — Girls: Kristin Williams, Port Arthur Memorial, 37-7; Boys: Kyndon Fuselier, Nederland (sophomore), 42-4.5.

POLE VAULT — Girls: Morgan Luke, Nederland (senior), 9-6; Boys: Michael Vargas, Bmt West Brook (senior), 13-6.

100 METERS — Girls: Alexia Lewis, PA Memorial (sophomore), 12.61; Boys: Nolton Shelvin, East Chambers (senior), 10.7.

200 METERS — Girls: Ke’Asia Hall, Nederland (sophomore), 25.81; Boys: Nolton Shelvin, East Chambers (senior), 21.76.

400 METERS — Girls: Sanaria Butler, PNG (sophomore), 59.57; Boys: Cyrus Jacobs, PN-G (junior), 49.95.

800 METERS — Girls: Natane Randall, Bmt West Brook (senior), 2:29.25; Boys: Lamont Freeman, PAM (senior), 1:57.81.

1,600 METERS — Girls: Annabelle Fisher, Little Cypress-Mauriceville, 5:51.63; Boys: Beau Waldrop, Lumberton (freshman), 4:47.31.

3,200 METERS — Girls: Maria Burgos, East Chambers (sophomore), 12:51.27; Boys: Blake Montera, Nederland (senior), 10:25.96.

100-METER HURDLES — Girls: Whitleigh Moreau (junior), and Caryss Carpenter (sophomore) both from Bridge City, 16.55.

110-METER HURDLES — Boys: Harold Mosley, PAM (senior), 14.36.

300-METER HURDLES — Girls: Ashlyn Lane, Bmt West Brook 49.64; Boys: Jessie Cornell, PA Memorial (junior), 38.25.

400-METER RELAY — Girls: Beaumont United (Fanta Grant, Daja Maxey, Aalijah Staves-White, Brianna Howard) 49.86; Boys: PA Memorial (James Ward, Jessie Cornell, Ireon Brown, Jatavian Neal), 41.56.

800-METER RELAY — Girls: PA Memorial (Amaria Joubert, Coreyanna Gorrer, Alexia Lewis, A’nyriah Scott) 1:47.46; Boys: PAM (James Ward, Jessie Cornell, Ireon Brown, Tyrence Augusta), 1:26.95.

1,600-METER RELAY — Girls: PA Memorial (Antoineia Bohanon, Erial Fontenot, Amaria Joubert, A’Nyriah Scott) 4:19.61; Boys: PA Memorial (Lamont Freeman, Jr., Jessie Cornell, Jaylon Guilbeau, Jatavian Neal) 3:18.72.

This week’s outdoor prep track schedule:


43rd Bridge City Cardinal Relays – Larry Ward Stadium

Field events start at 2; 3,200 at 3; Running events at 4:30 or so

Schools: Orangefield, Bridge City, West Orange-Stark, Kelly, H-J,

Buna, Kountze, LC-M, Lumberton, PN-G, Vidor

Hamshire-Fannett Longhorn Relays – Longhorn Stadium

Field events start at 3 Running events at 4:30

Schools: Hamshire-Fannett, Anahuac, East Chambers,

Bmt Legacy, Silsbee, Liberty

Barbers Hill Eagle Relays – Eagle Stadium

Field events start at Noon

Schools: Barbers Hill, Nederland, Baytown Lee, Baytown Goose Creek


Ruben Jordan Classic – Clear Creek High School

Field events start at Noon; Running finals start at 3 p.m.

Schools: Bmt West Brook, PA Memorial, Dickinson, Texas City,

Clear Creek, Clear Brook, Clear Falls, Clear Springs


MB Donaldson Relays – Bill Smith Stadium, Houston

Field events start at 9:30; Running events start at 12:30

Schools: Bmt United, Aldine, Aldine Nimitz, Aldine Davis,

Aldine Eisenhower, Aldine MacArthur, several Houston-area schools


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