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Badgers get two firsts

HARPER — Powder Valley earned two individual firsts at the season-opening Diane Thurmond Invitational track and field meet at Harper High School Friday.

Colton Eubanks won the boys 100 in a time of 11.76.

Ali Abrego won the girls high jump with a leap of 5 feet.

Powder Valley finished fifth in the boys team standings, and 10th in the girls.

 

Diane Thurmond Invitational

(Powder Valley and Huntington results)

Boys events

   Team scores — Nyssa 153, Paisley 95.5, Grant Union 94, Vale 48, Powder Valley 38.5, Crane 38, Union 35, Jordan Valley 27, Harper 25, Prairie City 14. 

   100 — 1. Eubanks (P), 11.76. 200 — 3. Eubanks (P), 24.06. Discus — 4. Jones (P), 109-3. 21. Moe (P), 84-6. 25. Bedolla (P), 61-10. Javelin — 7. Jones (P), 102-3. 8. Moe (P), 98-9. 17. Bedolla (P), 83-4. Shot put — 22. Bedolla (P), 18-4.5. High jump —2. Allen (P), 5-4. Pole vault —2. Allen (P), 9-0.

 

Girls events

   Team scores — Vale 198.5, Nyssa 128.5, Union 85, Grant Union 80, Paisley 53, Harper 27, Crane 16, Prairie City 16, Huntington 11, Powder Valley 8. 

   100 hurdles — 6. Smith (H), 24.47. 7. Chavez (H), 25.40. 8. Guerri (H), 32.18.     4x100 relay — 5. Huntington (Chavez, Wiley, Guerri, Paschal), 1:05.17. Discus — 8. Wiley (H), 71-8. 15. Reed (H), 60-2. 22. Paschal (H), 52-9. Shot put — 15. Wiley (H), 22-5.5. 16. Paschal (H), 22-5. 18. Reed (H), 21-4. High jump —1. Abrego (P), 5-0. Long jump —15. Chavez (H), 12-4. Triple jump —13. Guerri (H), 25-3.

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