Hondo girls 4th at Bandera meet
Bandera -- The Hondo varsity girls’ track team placed
fourth last Tuesday, March 3, in the Bulldog Nation Early Season
Meet at Bandera’s Bulldog Stadium.
The Owls didn’t win any individual events or relays, but
scored points in 11 of them, to score a total of 74 points.
Wimberley was the team winner, with 171.5 points, followed by
Bandera with 113, and Canyon Lake with 112.
The Bandera meet, originally scheduled for last Wednesday, was
moved ahead by one day to try and beat the cold front which was on
The Owls have this weekend off, but will return to the oval
next Saturday, March 21, at Medina Valley.
Hondo varsity girls’ results included:
Long jump: Eli Simpson, 3rd, 14’9”;
Shot put: Lucy Mendoza, 2nd, 29’1.5”;
Discus: Lucy Mendoza, 2nd, 89’6.25”;
Triple jump: Andi Theis, 3rd, 32’5.25”
3200m run: Clare McNiel, 3rd, 13:05.96;
4x100m relay: Anhai Renteria, Andi Theis, Tammy Ramirez,
Krisann Bendele, 4th, 54.51;
4x200m relay: Anhai Renteria, Andi Theis, Tammy Ramirez,
Krisann Bendele, 3rd, 1:56.50;
400m dash: Ameyali Sanchez, 4th, 1:07.21;
300m hurdles: Kristen Contreras, 5th, 53.71;
1600m run: Clare McNiel, 3rd, 5:58.82;
4x400m relay: Ameyali Sanchez, Anhai Renteria, Andi Theis,
Krisann Bendele, 4th, 4:26.95.
The Hondo boys’ team finished seventh in the team standings
at the Bandera meet, but the Owls did record one first place
finish. Carson Stoner won the pole vault, clearing 11’6”.
Bandera won the division going away, scoring 179 points. Canyon
Lake was second with 124, followed by Wimberley with 65. Sabinal,
Cornerstone and La Pryor were bunched together in the next three
spots with 59, 58 and 56 points.
D’Hanis finished tied for eighth place with 12 points.
In other Hondo boys’ results:
Long jump: Willie Keilman, 6th, 18’9”;
Shot put: Brad West, 6th, 37’6.5”;
Triple jump: Rylan Crisp, 3rd, 39’0”; Junior Alfaro, 5th 38’11”;
3200m run: Eddie Gutierrez, 5th, 11:22.11;
800m run: Santiago Rodriguez, 4th, 2:08.63; Enrique Morales,
400m dash: Junior Alfaro, 2nd, 52.99; Enrique Morales, 5th,
1600m run: Eddie Gutierrez, 6th, 5:49.52;
4x400m relay: Esto Trinidad, Santiago Rodriguez, Enrique
Morales, Junior Alfaro, 4th, 3:43.75.