The Kingwood High School girls track team edged out Atascocita for first place at the recent Mitch Reed Invitational at College Park High School in The Woodlands. The Mustang boys took second behind Atascocita.
In the girls meet, Kingwood collected four medals in the field events, Kingwood’s Camryn Guillory placed second in the shot put with a throw of 33’-5.”
In the high jump, Eden Pratt and Amber Nunnery placed first and second with jumps of 5’-0” and 4’-10.” I
n the pole vault, Melanie Prieto vaulted 10’-6” to take the first place medal.
On the track, a series of relay events were held with Kingwood placing first in two events.
In the 4x100 meter shuttle hurdle relay, London White, Aimee Prince, Genevieve Sheppard and Stephanie Alfaro took first with a time of 1:07.12.
In the 3x300 meter hurdle relay, Sheppard, London White and Aimee Prince took first with a time of 2:23.18.
In the boy’s competition, Kingwood collected four medals in the field events. Kingwood’s Braden Loiodice placed first in the high jump at 6’-2.” Casey Roth and Evan Koach placed first and second in the long jump with 20’-7” and 19’-9.”
In the relay events, Kingwood boys placed first in the 4x110 shuttle hurdle relay,; the team consisted of Garrett Carswell, Ben Jones, Ryan Jones and Garrett Edwards, with a time of 62.27.
In the 3x300 hurdle relay, Kingwood’s team of Ryan Jones, Darrell Edwards and Garrett Carswell took home the gold in 1:58.82.
In the 4x400 relay, Garrett Carswell, Donovan Josey, Braden Loiodice and Darrell Edwards took first with a time of 3:17.42.
In the distance medley relay, Kingwood set a new school record with a time of 10:15.59. Carter Storm ran 3:05 in the 1200M leg, Jalen Gorden ran 50.4 in the 400M leg, Trent Nolen ran 1:57 in the 800M leg and Nick Majerus ran 4:21 in the 1600-meter leg on their way to the first-place finish.