Cedaredge’s Williams sets meet records in sprints at own invitational
Cedaredge sprinter Sierra Williams broke Cedaredge Invitational track and field meet records in the 100- and 200-meter dash on Saturday.
Williams ran a 12.54-second 100 dash and 25.19-second 200 dash.
The Cedaredge girls took second, however, as Telluride won with 102.5 points.
Many athletes set meet records — all in the girls division.
Jennifer Celis of Hotchkiss set one of them in the winning 800 run in 2:18.55.
Also, the Cedaredge girls’ first-place 400 relay team of Williams, Savannah McIntire, Tani Zamarripa and Summer Herman and 800 relay team (McIntire, Williams, Rebecca Deal, Mackenzie Kehmeier) also set meet records.
Deal set another meet record with a winning triple jump of 16 feet, 9.75 inches.
Delta’s 3,200 relay team of Clarissa Whiting, Cleo Whiting, Kyla Ownbey and MacKennea Broyles set a meet record with a 10:13.46 in the 3,200 relay
Hotchkiss’s sprint medley team of Beth Wood, Jessie Mautz, Savannah Rocha and Jennifer Celis also set a meet record with its winning time of 1:52.54.
Cedaredge won the boys division with 116 points, followed by Coal Ridge’s 114 and Delta’s 86.5.
Coal Ridge’s 400, 800 and 1,600 relays teams took first place.
Danny Martinez of Cedaredge cleared 6-foot-5 to win the high jump and teammate Reid Gates went 19 feet, 11.5 inches to win the long jump.
Palisade’s Tanner Smith won the discus by 26 feet, with a throw of 145 feet.
Courtney Coffee, Krista Jefferies and Jennis Hart all scored goals as Fruita Monument defeated Montezuma-Cortez, 3-0.
Fruita Monument (4-2) had 17 shots on goal.
Fountain-Fort Carson 3, Central 0: The Warriors (1-4-1) allowed 10 shots in a loss to the Trojans.
Durango 1, Grand Junction 0: Amanda Mcaliney scored 9:45 into the second half as Durango defeated Grand Junction.
Lexi Anderson had six saves for the Tigers (3-3, 2-2 Southwestern League).
Morgan Emmons had six goals as Grand Junction (2-0) blew out Battle Mountain, 17-8.
Brianna Vanderheavel also had three goals for the Tigers.
Grand Junction outshot Battle Mountain 35-12.
Central dropped only one set in a 7-0 win over Cortez.