Eagles fly high

The Briscoe Junior High School girls track and field team, pictured, finished second the eighth and seventh grade team titles at the Lamar Consolidated ISD Junior High School Track and Field Championships Thursday at Traylor Stadium in Rosenberg.

The top honors for the 2021 Lamar Consolidated ISD Junior High School Seventh-Grade Track and Field Championships were split by the two track and field programs that will be further split by the addition of the track for Randle High School.

The Reading girls won the seventh-grade team title with 218 points, followed by Briscoe (179), Leaman (104), George (88) and Lamar (25).

George (144.25) narrowly edged out Briscoe (144) for the boys title by less than a point.

Lamar was third (124), followed by Reading (112) and Leaman (89.75).

In the girls’ 100-meter dash, Tayge. Tunson was first with a time of 11.99 seconds. She was followed by George’s Jordyn Hook (12.96) and Claire Brian of Reading (13.05).

George’s Justice Black was first in the 200-meter dash (25.43) ahead of Reading Adebola. Iyiola (28.21) and Briscoe’s Madelyn Faltysek (28.65).

In the 400-meter dash, Adebola. Iyiola of Reading was first at 1:01.59. George’s Justice Black was second (1:02.53) and Reading’s Tayge. Tunson was third (1:04.28).

Adebola. Iviola was also first in the 800-meter run for Reading at 2:38.22. Briscoe’s Charley Holt (2:43.37) and Jayden Roach (2:44.37) were close behind.

In the 1,600-meter run, La. McWalters won with a time of 5:58.02, followed by Briscoe’s Julianne Jacoby (6:00.24) and Grace Roe (6:08.06).

In the 2,400-meter run, Reading’s La. McWalters won with a time of 9:18.86. Briscoe’s Julianne Jacoby was second (9:22.40) and Leaman’s Lauren Comstock was third (9:36.04).

In the 100-meter hurdles, Briscoe’s Emery Zebold was first with a time of 17.69. Leaman’s Siena Muskivitch (19.59) and Rebecca Survant (19.81) were second and third.

Briscoe’s Emerson Lechler (53.56) and Emery Zebold (53.72) along with Leaman’s Lauren Comstock (54.61) were the top three finisher for the 300-meter hurdles.

Reading’s 4x100-meter relay team (Tayge. Tunson, Steel. Armatta, Claire Brian and Ivy Emelogu) won the event with a time of 52.52. George (Gabby Ellis, Naveen Mirelez, Justice Black and Jordyn Hook) was second at 53.09 and Leaman (Riley Shipp, Siena Muskivitch, Amelie Cross and Hannah Barr) came in third (54.74).

The Longhorn girls were first in the 4x200-meter relay (Sara. Ojinnaka, Cathe. Hantla, Steel. Armatta and Claire Brian) with a time of 1:53.50.

Briscoe’s Hazel Rivas, Madelyn Faltysek, Charley Holt and Imani Barnett were second at 1:56.41 and Leaman (Riley Shipp, Amelie Cross, Hannah Barr, Jordon Paulsness) was third (1:57.31).

Reading (La. McWalters, Alahna. Lerma, B. Cantu-Cerda and Sara. Ojinnaka) completed the relay sweep with a time of 4:36.88 in the 4x400-meter relay.

Briscoe (Grace Roe, Hazel Rivas, Madilyn Ziegler, Imani Barnett) was second at 4:40.10 and Leaman (Siena Muskivitch, Brooke Sykes, Brady Hermas and Ashley Ramirez) was third at 4:54.79.

Reading’s Tayge. Tunson was first in the long jump with a mark of 16 feet and one inch.

Claire Brian was second (15-1) and Barnett Imani was third for Briscoe (14-7).

George’s Peighton Harris was first in the shot put (32-2), followed by Reading’s Avery Jones (28-5) and Lamar’s JaMya Valyan (27-5).

George’s Peighton Harris won the discus with a throw of 78-4.75, while Reading’s Madelynn Coy (71-10) and Briscoe’s Kahlen Scott (69-3) were second and third.

George’s Justice Black won the triple jump with a mark of 29-3. Leaman’s Courtney Meister (28-9) and Audr. Cullison of Reading (28-7) were close behind.

La. McWalters won the high jump with a mark of 4-6, ahead of Madilyn Ziegler (4-4) and Imani Barnett (4-4) of Briscoe.

Reading’s Kiera. Nguyen won the pole vault with vault of 7-6, beaing Leaman’s Lauren Comstock and Briscoe’s Rohan Kinley at 6-6.

In the boys’ events, Ce. McClintock of George won the 100-meter dash (12.00). Briscoe’s Akinbiyi Akinbile (12.09) and Tate Cloud (12.50) were second and third.

Lamar’s Kameron Daliet won the 200-meter dash (24.34), while George’s Jalyn Burton (24.68) and Briscoe’s Akinbiyi Akinbile (25.93) were second and third.

In the 400-meter dash, Lamar’s Jeremy McCollom (57.96), George’s Ja. Robertson (59.68) and Leaman’s Kenton Bookman (1:02.52) were the top three.

In the 800-meter run, Lamar’s Jeremy McCollom took the gold with a time of 2:20.79. Everett Gary (2:26.08) of George and Lamar’s Ethan Spaulding (2:27.47) were second and third.

Leaman’s Jeremiah Moynihan (5:17.40) won the 1,600-meter run, followed by Lamar’s Jeremy McCollom (5:29.15) and Briscoe’s Tristan Bouska (5:38.19).

In the 2,400-meter run, Leaman’s Jeremmiah Moynihan was first with a time of 8:27.48.

Shane Metcalf (8:47.00) and Tristan Bouska (8:47.28) of Briscoe were second and third.

Reading’s Nicholas Perez won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.18, he was followed by Briscoe’s Morgan Madden (13.43) and Leaman’s Christian Chukelu (14.15).

Briscoe’s Morgan Madden won the boys’ 300-meter hurdles with a time of 45.47. Reading’s Nicholas Perez (47.23) and Briscoe’s Steven Kenzeh (47.53) were second and third.

The Rangers (Ce. McClintock, Jayde. Williams, Jamrio. Blaine and Jalyn. Burton) won the 4x100-meter relay with a time of 48.34.

Lamar (Julius Brown, Adam Hernandez, Tylan Murrey and Kameron Daliet) was second at 49.49 and Briscoe (Tate Cloud, Riley Blanton, Jaylon Greer and Akinbiyi Akinbile) was third at 49.74.

Lamar won the 4x200-meter and 4x400-meter relays.

Julius Brown, Carlos Gonzalez, Tylan Murrey and Kameron Daliet won the shorter race with a time of 1:45.00.

Brown, Gonzalez, Adam Hernandez and Murrey finished the seventh-grade races with a time of 4:02.09 in the 4x400-meter relay.

In the 4x200-meter relay, Reading (Hayden Drinkard, Mason Mixon, Tony Williams and Vance Raval) was second (1:46.93) and George (Joe Gardner, Jamario Blaine, Imran Lalani and Everett Gary) was third at 1:47.30.

In the 4x400-meter relay, Reading (Vance Raval, Hayden Drinkard, Micah Moore and Nicholas Perez) was second at 4:06.34.

In third place, Leaman (David Garcia, Jeremiah Moynihan, Christian Chukelu and Kenton Bookman) timed out at 4:07.09.

Briscoe’s Take Cloud won the long jump with a mark of 17-10, followed by Reading’s Vance Raval (17-3) and Jalyn Burton of George (17-1).

Reading’s Michael Gonzales won the shot put with a throw of 32-5.75. Briscoe’s Eli Smith was second (32-3.75) and Leaman’s Hayden Larue (32-3.5) was third.

In the discus, George’s Joe Gardner was first at 120-3.5. Briscoe’s Shawn McDowell finished second at 108-7 and Mason Mixon was third at 97-6.

George’s Jalyn Burton was first in the triple jump with a mark of 38-9.75. Briscoe’s Riley Blanton was second at 36-0 and Lamar’s Jeremey McCollom was third at 36-0.

In the high jump, Leaman’s Christian Chukelu was first at 5-2. Lamar’s Jermey McCollom was second (5-0) and Leaman’s Hayden Larue was third (4-10).

Briscoe’s Shane Metcalf was first in the pole vault with a vault of 7-6. Leaman’s Shahan Asher was second at 7-6 and George’s Josaf. Abundez was third at 7-6.

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