RAWLINS – The girls and boys track teams traveled to Rawlins last week.
The boys and girls track teams both earned a second place finish. The girls had 97 points and came in right behind Lyman. Rawlins snagged first place in the boys division with the Wheatland team scoring 83 points.
For the girls side of things, Wheatland had four of the top five runners in the 800 Meter with Khayla Otero coming in first followed by Danielle Brow. Jodie Stevenson came in fourth and Katie Currier came in fifth.
The 4x400 Relay team consisting of Otero, Currier, Brow and Halle Smith took first place with a time of 4:39:69. The 4x800 Relay with the same runners except Smith but with Stevenson also came in first.
The 4x100 Relay with runners Haylee Kennison, Anna Quinn, Elly Smith and Kayla Beaman snagged a fourth place finish.
High placing singular runners were Beaman with a third place in the 200 Meter run and Brow in the 1600 Meter with a second place finish.
Natalie Iacovetto managed a third place in Shot Put while Khayla Otero came in second in the Long Jump.
Additional high ranking girls were Elly and Halle Smith bringing home the second and third place in High Jump respectively.
High scorers for the boys division were the 4x100 Relay team that came in first place. The team included Kobey Preuit, Dylan Pearson, Rodee Brow and Adam Suko. A second relay team came in fifth and included: Hyannie Fausto, Jake Hicks, Payton Hanni and Cross Hernandez.
Runners placing in the top five of their events include Suko, fifth in 100 Meters; Hernandez, third in 400 Meters and Matthew Streets, third in 3200 Meters.
Dylan Pearson received second place for his 6 foot 4 inch high jump and Preuit came in fifth with his jump of five foot eight inches. Carlos Garcia placed fourth for Shot Put.
Preuit soared to a fourth place in Long Jump with Pearson close behind in fifth.
Wheatland boys dominated the Pole Vault event. Jake Hicks won first place, Brow was third and Khody Snyder was fourth.
The Bulldogs will continue their season Friday, April 12 at the Okie Blanchard Invite hosted by Cheyenne East High School.