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Track Team Has Solid Outing at Santa Fe League Meet
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Rye's track team started the week at the Santa Fe League Meet and finished the week at the Dutch Clark Twilight meet with a total of 10 PR's for the team. Tess Zupancic keeping pace with the Santa Fe League schools during the 100-meter dash with a final time of 14.61.
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Carson Crain pushing his limit at the Santa Fe League meet coming in at 12.93 during the 100-meter dash on Monday, April 29. Crain ran in the 4x400 relay at the Twilight meet at Dutch Clark on May 3 with a finish time for the team 3:48.23.
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The Rye High School Girls’ Track Team placed third at the Santa Fe League Meet last Monday while the Boys’ Team came in a fifth. Rocky Ford, the host team for the event came in first in both categories. In the Girls’ scoring the Lady Meloneers scored 137.5 points. Rye had 97. In the boys’ meet Rocky Ford won with 142.2 pts. Rye scored 53 points. There were ten teams in the meet.

Five Thunderbolts claimed the gold at the league tournament. Tess Zupancic won the 400-meter run in a time of 1:04.55, Zupancic also won the silver medal in the 200-meter run which she completed in a time of 29.18.

Audrey Maroney collected a gold in the 3200-meter run, which she ran in a time of 13:19.32. Like Zupancic she also won a silver medal. Maroney’s came in the 1600-meter run which she completed in a time of 5:49.36.

Isabelle Phillips won the top spot in the discus which she hurled 92’9”. She also claimed the bronze medal in the shot put with a toss of 29’8”.

Teammate Madison Gookin won the gold in the shot put with a throw of 32’ 3.5”.

Three relay teams for the girls claimed a bronze medal. The 4X200 meter relay team set a season’s best mark with a time of 2:03.39. Ortiz, Gookin, Audrey Himmelberg, and Nalani Oilli made up the team.

The 4X400 meter relay team also took third place in a time of 4:41.64. Himmelberg, Emma Lesser, Ortiz, and Zupancic made up that team. A time of 11:01.48 was good for third place in the 4X800 relay. Ortiz, Himmelberg, Maroney and Lesser made up the team.

The lone gold medal for the boys’ team was won by Gabe Slade in the 400 meters. Slade ran the race in a time of 53.42 to claim the championship.

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