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By James McAfee
KNOX CITY—Carlie Willison swept the 800 and 1,600 races at the Knox City Invitational last Friday with times of 2:34.54 and 5:49.27 as the Munday Mogulettes finished in third place. Spur was the winner with 149 team points, and Aspermont finished second with 113 points.
The host Houndettes settled for sixth place with 39 points, earning a second in the 4×200 relay with Melanie Ruiz, DNae Hacker, Kaylee Kinney and Kyleigh Hernandez running a 2:03.75. With a different running order, the same foursome was sixth in the 4×400 relay with a time of 5:02.43.
The Mogulettes’ foursome of Alexa Vega, Allie Willison, Maria Sanchez and Ella Hunter ran a 57.78 for second in the 4×100 relay and a 2:04.65 for fourth in the 4×200 relay. The Willisons joined Sanchez and Vegas to take fourth in the 4×400 with a time of 4:50.12.
Also picking up points in the running events for the Mogulettes were Myers with a second in the 3,200 (13:54.69) and a fourth in the 1,600 (6:21.72); and Jackyln Diaz with a sixth in the 3,200 (15:18.85).
The Houndettes’ Dalaygey Leja scored points with a fourth in the 300 hurdles (1:11.85) and a fifth in the 100 hurdles (23.29).
Munday’s Alisha Swearengen claimed a win in the discus with a throw of 96 feet and third place in the shot put at 30-1.25. Teammate Aleeya Urbanczyk took third in discus at 90-3. Vega also picked up points with a fifth in the triple jump (28-1).
Also scoring points for the Houndettes in the field events were Kinney with a third in the triple jump (30-2.25); Ruiz with a sixth in the long jump (14-2.5); and Hernandez with a fifth in the shot put (27-10.5).