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By James McAfee
MUNDAY—Jaxon Bowman won three events to pace the Munday Moguls to a second-place finish with 141 points in the Mogul Relays here last Friday at Phillip McAfee Track.
Class 2A Quanah claimed the title with 215 points while Benjamin took third with 75.
Bowman ran a 2:11.79 in the 800 and a 5:10.28 in the 1,600 to finish just ahead of Benjamin’s Weston Weatherford, who had times of (insert) and 5:11.05. Weatherford also finished second in the 3,200 at 11:50.26.
In addition, Bowman cleared 5-9 to win the high jump and ran a leg on the 4×400 relay that placed second at 3:42.44 with Christopher Garcia, Junior Martinez and Christian Hernandez joining him.
The Munday foursome of Hernandez, Garcia, Riley Hanson and Keon Taylor won the 4×100 relay with a 47,76 time.
Corbin Rogers claimed the shot put with a 42-11 effort while Justin Tidwell took fourth at 39-3.25 and Keon Taylor sixth at 35-10.25. Tidwell placed sixth in the discus at 101-2.
Hernandez and Garcia finished 1-2 in the 400 with times of 53.82 and 54.11, respectively while Martinez was third in the 800 at 2:15.83, Bryson Wilson fourth in the 300 hurdles at 51.26 and Juan Rojas fifth in the 1,600 at 5:36.24.
Garcia took second in the triple jump with a leap of 36-8.75 while teammates Martinez and Wilson followed in third and sixth places with leaps of 36-8.5 and 32-6, respectively and Kelton Carver finished second in the pole vault at 9-6.
The Benjamin foursome of Grant Jackson, Landon Wood, Gage Devlin and Dal Everson ran a 1:48.51 for third in the 4×200 relay while Mario Silva, Jackson, Devlin and Everson were third in the 4×400 relay at 4:03.85.
The Mustangs also picked up points for a second by Dal Everson in the 200 (24.76), a sixth in the 800 by Silva (2:26.75) and a fifth in the 300 hurdles by Jackson (52.90).
In the field events, John Wolffarth placed third in the shot put and discus with throws of 40-4.75 and 114-11 while Brody White got fourth in the discus at 110-1.
In the junior varsity division, Kayton Shahan won the discus at 79.10, finished third in the 100 (13.12) and fourth in the 200 (28.24) while teammate Nicolas Trevino placed second in the shot pout at 27-6.