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Ron McNeil Invitational

by | Mar 8, 2016 | Sports

Wylie’s Lady Pirates finished fourth at the March 3 Ron McNeil Invitational in Murphy, while the Pirates were fifth. Allen won both the varsity girls and boys competitions, and was first in the junior varsity team standings for boys and girls.

The following are the varsity and JV events where a Wylie participant finished in the top four.

Varsity
Girls 100 Hurdles:
1) Ava Paul  — Plano — 14.44.
2) Montasia Shannon — Mesquite — 14.94.
3) Ashley Otah — Wylie — 15.64.
4) Caroline Pruitt — Allen —15.64.

Girls 100:
1) Cecily Edwards — Plano West —12.04.
2) Victoria Neville — Allen — 12.04.
3) Chelsey Cole — Allen —12.34.
4) Anayah Washington — Wylie — 12.44.

Girls 200:
1) Rebecca Ekeanyanwu — Allen  —25.24.
2) Cecily Edwards — Plano West — 25.34.
3) Serena McArthur — Allen — 26.04.
4) Anayah Washington — Wylie — 26.34.

Girls 400 Relays:
1) Allen — 47.64.
2) Wylie — 50.44.
3) Plano East — 50.44.
4) Lake Highlands — 50.74.

Girls 800 Relays:
1) Allen — 1:41.84.
2) Plano — 1:44.77.
3) Mesquite — 1:47.00.
4) Wylie — 1:47.08.

Girls High Jump:
1) Morgan Christon — Allen — 5-02.
2) Ayanna Dixon — Allen — 5-00.
3) Ashley Otah — Wylie —5-00.
4) Temi Alao — Allen — 5-00.

Girls Long Jump:
1) Chelsey Cole — Allen — 18-01.50.
2) Tosin Alao — Allen —17-07.00.
3) Lauren Fairchild — Plano — 17-04.00.
4) Fafa Apedo — Wylie — 16-10.50.

Girls Shot Put:
1) Alexandra Headley — Plano — 39-00.25.
2) Anatasia Azubogu — Plano East — 35-00.00
3) Klaire Bentley — Allen — 33-10.00.
4) Hailey Covington — Wylie — 33-02.25.

Boys 1,600:
1) Raul Sanchez — Mesquite — 4:28.00.
2) Zach Atnip — Plano — 4:30.00.
3) Eric Villagrana — Mesquite — 4:31.00.
4) Nicholaus Noguez — Wylie — 4:33.00.

Boys 3,200:
1) Raul Sanchez — Mesquite — 9:50.08.
2) Pete Johnson — Plano West — 9:55.69.
3) Ryan Lee — Wylie — 10:00.06.
4) Eric Villagrana — Mesquite — 10:08.37.

Boys 400:
1) Glenn Bender — Allen — 50.34.
2) Chance Pareti — Plano — 50.44.
3) Anthony Dayton — Wylie — 51.44.
4) Calen Lancaster — Wylie — 51.64.

Boys 800:
1) Chance Pareti — Plano — 1:57.24.
2) Marshall Tousant — Allen  — 2:02.04.
3) Joel Fane — Mesquite — 2:02.91.
4) Nicholaus Noguez — Wylie — 2:03.44.

Boys 800 Relays:
1) Allen — 1:28.25.
2) Plano West — 1:28.30.
3) Plano East — 1:30.36.
4) Wylie — 1:30.46.

Boys 1,600 Relays:
1) Allen — 3:22.00.
2) Plano West — 3:23.00.
3) Plano East — 3:26.00.
4) Wylie — 3:33.00.

Boys High Jump:
1) Shamir Scott — Lake Highlands — 6-02.00.
2) Falek Fahim — Plano West — 5-10.00.
3) Terrel White — Allen — 5-08.00.
4) Miles Berg — Wylie — 5-08.00.

Boys Triple Jump:
1) Gregory Chikaeze — Allen — 46-08.75.
2) Evans Wiggle — Wylie — 44-02.00.
3) Justin Fisher — Plano West — 43-08.50.
4) Larry McGee — Plano West — 42-01.50.

Junior Varsity
Girls Long Jump:
1) De’ja Dade — Allen — 15-01.
2) Machaela Dudrow — Wylie — 15-00.75.
3) Jaden Craig — Plano East — 14-10.00.
4) Jordan Shelton — Plano — 14-06.00.

Girls Pole Vault:
1) Sally Clemmons — Allen — 7-00.00.
2) Esosa Emokpae —Wylie — 7-00.00.
3) Reagan Annen — Plano — 7-00.00.

Boys Pole Vault:
1) Andrew Kingsley — Plano — 10-06.00.
2) Ralph Fandino — Wylie — 10-06.00.
3) Jonathan Greer — Allen — 10-00.00.
4) Chase Vanbuskirk — Wylie — 9-06.00.

 

 

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