Look at those Bulldogs go!!! The Jr High Waldron Bulldogs Track Team competed in the 2019 3A-1W District Tournament on Wednesday, April 17 in Elkins. The boys’ team brought 25 athletes to compete with every one of them stepping up and getting the job done. They finished the meet overall Conference Champions.
Placing second in the High Jump was Kason Davis, Seth Kastl came in sixth, and Gatlin Lovett and Tyler Wright brought in seventh. In the Long Jump, Gabino Grano took fourth, Kastle took seventh, Steeven Figueroa placed eleventh, and Baldy Villareal made 22. Kastl made fourth in Triple Jump while Matthew Tegtmeyer placed fifth, Villareal made sixth, and Bryce Passmore took eighth.
In Shot Put, Tegtmeyer placed fifth, Patrick Poor earned eighth, Grano took tenth, and Brayden Houston grabbed twelfth. In Discus, Grano took second, Tegtmeyer placed fourth, Houston took sixth, and Matt Brigance made twelfth. Tegtmeyer took first in Pole Vaulting while Peyton Lipham made third, Jaylyn Matthews earned tenth and also competing was Bryce Hattabaugh. In the 200 M Dash, Grano earned first, Figueroa placed third, Whitley Fielding took sixth, and Leo Lopez grabbed 14.
The boys’ relay teams made second in the 4×400 and the 4×800 and placed first in the 4×100. Davis took first in the 110 M Hurdles, Lipham placed second, Trevor Hunt made third and Kastl brought in ninth. Grano placed first in the 100 M Dash, Figueroa made seventh, Joseph Rogers earned 18, and Brigance secured 19. In the 800 M Run, Villareal got third, Matthews placed fifth, Metcalf scored
For the 1600 M Run, Villareal earned first, Ambrose Poor made sixth, Lane Metcalf took eighth, and Steve Grano placed ninth. In the 400 M Dash, Tyler Wright took sixth, Fernando Guerrero made 11, and Whitley Fielding placed 15. Davis snagged first in the 300 M Hurdles, Lipham took second, Kastl placed sixth, and Marco Mondragon earned 12.
After all was said and done, the Waldron Bulldogs Jr Boys’ Track Team saw great success for the 2019 season and look forward to continuing that momentum next year.