The Mustangs may have finished Day 1 without any points in field events. WO-S earned a total of 73 points in running events to capture its second straight 3A regional title at Humble's Turner stadium.
Tatum was second with 60 points and Taylor was fourth with All of the guys put in the work to achieve this goal. The Mustangs finished in first place in the and meter relays, along with theand the hurdles.
The foursome of Justin Thomas, Trey FranksPhillip Jones and James Hayneswho only ran one race because of a strained hamstring that he suffered at District A meet, came across the finish line in The group set a new meet record that was ly set by Giddings in at The quartet set a new meet record that was ly set by Palestine in at WO-S finished with better times than the 5A boys division. North Shore won the relay in The Mustangs' Jones won the hurdles in Thomas came across in the with a time of His teammate Ed Ivory finished sixth in Colin Janice finished in fifth place in the in We are excited about state but we will have to be ready.
Dallas Madison and Liberty-Eylau will be our contenders for the state title.
Waco Connally finished second in Waco Connally won the race in Reed won the hurdles in Alief Elsik's Jerry Bynum finished in second place in Memorial's Chantelle Hamilton was the highest finisher from Southeast Texas in the girls division. Hamilton cleared to finish third in the high jump.
Shot put - 1, Dartwan Bush, Brazoswood, High jump - 1, Jerron RobinsonTravis, Shot put - 1, Amber Jones, MacArthur, Long jump - 1, Carissa HillHightower, High jump - 1, Aron GarciaClear Lake, Shot put - 1, Rodney BrownNavasota, High jump - 1, Ashley RicciBullard, Pole vault - 1, Meagan CameronLongview Spring, Shot put - 1, Tiffany Mott, Diboll, West Orange-Stark's James Haynes, center, anchors the 4x meter relay setting a meet record with a time of The Mustangs went on to capture their third regional title in four years.
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