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By James McAfee
KNOX CITY—Host Knox City and neighbor Munday had to settle for fourth and fifth places with 75 and 68 points, trailing Spur with 159, Valley with 105 and Motley County with 104 in last Friday’s Knox City Invitational Track Meet.
The only individual winner from Knox County was Corbin Rogers of Munday, who won the shot put with a throw of 41-1. Teammate Keon Taylor finished second at 38-6.
The Moguls’ Jaxon Bowman finished second in the 1,600 with a time of 5:31.23, third in the 800 at 2:23.51, and second in the high jump at 5-4.
The Greyhounds’ Austin Hacker claimed second in the 300 hurdles (48.74) and third in the 110 hurdles (21.33), while teammate Bryson Callaway finished fourth in both races with times of 51.78 and 21.33.
Knox City’s Gage Morrow placed second in the 3,200 (12:38.19) and fourth in the 1,600 (5:44.64), while Nick Trevino placed fifth in the 1,600 (5:54.13). Luke McGaughey (14:09.23) and Jayden Copeland (16:58.72) scored points for the Hounds with fifth and sixth finishes in 3,200. Devin Guillory took fourth in the 400 (57.69) and Ryan Shaver sixth in the 200 (25.52).
For the Moguls, Christopher Garcia placed third in the 400 (57.26), Christian Hernandez sixth in the 400 (58.65) and Junior Martinez fifth in the 800 (2:24.57).
The Hounds’ foursome of Kenny Branch, Tristin Baxter, Guillory and Tres Frausto finished second in the 4×200 relay with a clocking of 1:42.11 and third in the 4×100 relay in 48.59.
The Moguls’ Bowman, Hernandez, Martinez and Garcia claimed third in the 4×400 relay with a 3:55.79 time while Bryson Wilson, John Cooke, Martinez and Riley Hanse were sixth in the 4×200 relay.
Also picking up points for the Hounds were Guillory with a fourth in the 400 (57.69) and fifth in the long jump (19-0.5), and Callaway with a fifth in the triple jump (35-0). The Moguls’ Martinez took fourth in the triple jump (36-1).
Hounds missing making points by finishing seventh, included Shaver in 100, Frausto in the long jump, Baxter in the shot put, and Trevino in the triple jump.